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Davis also suggested using an impervious liner just around the internal water storage zone - so that it is always wet and can always perform denitrification.
Some suggested studies to add to this page:
H. Kim, E. A. Seagren, and A. P. Davis, “Engineered Bioretention for Removal of Nitrate from Stormwater Runoff,” in Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference, 2000.
 M. E. Dietz, “Low impact development practices: A review of current research and recommendations for future directions,” Water. Air. Soil Pollut., vol. 186, no. 1–4, pp. 351–363, 2007.
 E. Passeport, W. F. Hunt, D. E. Line, R. A. Smith, and R. A. Brown, “Field Study of the Ability of Two Grassed Bioretention Cells to Reduce Storm-Water Runoff Pollution,” J. Irrig. Drain. Eng., vol. 135, no. 4, pp. 505–510, 2009.
 X. Chen, E. Peltier, B. S. M. Sturm, and C. B. Young, “Nitrogen removal and nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria quantification in a stormwater bioretention system,” J. Water Res., vol. 47, pp. 1691–1700, 2013.
 E. V. Lopez-Ponnada, T. J. Lynn, M. Peterson, S. J. Ergas, and J. R. Mihelcic, “Application of denitrifying wood chip bioreactors for management of residential non-point sources of nitrogen,” J. Biol. Eng., vol. 11, no. 16, p. 14, Dec. 2017.
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