Margit Kõiv-Vainik
Margit Kõiv-Vainik
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Filter materials for phosphorus removal from wastewater in treatment wetlands—A review
C Vohla, M Kõiv, HJ Bavor, F Chazarenc, Ü Mander
Ecological Engineering 37 (1), 70-89, 2011
5362011
Wetland treatment at extremes of pH: a review
WM Mayes, LC Batty, PL Younger, AP Jarvis, M Kõiv, C Vohla, U Mander
Science of the total environment 407 (13), 3944-3957, 2009
1192009
Phosphorus removal using Ca-rich hydrated oil shale ash as filter material–the effect of different phosphorus loadings and wastewater compositions
M Kõiv, M Liira, Ü Mander, R Mõtlep, C Vohla, K Kirsimäe
Water Research 44 (18), 5232-5239, 2010
792010
Effect of plant species on water quality at the outlet of a sludge treatment wetland
V Gagnon, F Chazarenc, M Kõiv, J Brisson
Water research 46 (16), 5305-5315, 2012
492012
The performance of peat-filled subsurface flow filters treating landfill leachate and municipal wastewater
M Kõiv, C Vohla, R Mõtlep, M Liira, K Kirsimäe, Ü Mander
Ecological Engineering 35 (2), 204-212, 2009
462009
Active filtration of phosphorus on Ca-rich hydrated oil shale ash: does longer retention time improve the process?
M Liira, M Kõiv, Ü Mander, R Mõtlep, C Vohla, K Kirsimäe
Environmental science & technology 43 (10), 3809-3814, 2009
442009
High-strength greywater treatment in compact hybrid filter systems with alternative substrates
K Karabelnik, M Kõiv, K Kasak, PD Jenssen, Ü Mander
Ecological engineering 49, 84-92, 2012
192012
Reuse potential of phosphorus-rich filter materials from subsurface flow wastewater treatment filters for forest soil amendment
M Kõiv, I Ostonen, C Vohla, R Mõtlep, M Liira, K Lõhmus, K Kirsimäe, ...
Hydrobiologia 692 (1), 145-156, 2012
142012
Biochar enhances plant growth and nutrient removal in horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands
K Kasak, J Truu, I Ostonen, J Sarjas, K Oopkaup, P Paiste, M Kõiv-Vainik, ...
Science of The Total Environment 639, 67-74, 2018
112018
Treatment of fish farm sludge supernatant by aerated filter beds and steel slag filters—effect of organic loading rate
M Kõiv, K Mahadeo, S Brient, D Claveau-Mallet, Y Comeau
Ecological engineering 94, 190-199, 2016
112016
Hydrated oil shale ash mitigates greenhouse gas emissions from horizontal subsurface flow filters for wastewater treatment
K Kasak, R Mõtlep, M Truu, J Truu, M Kõiv-Vainik, M Espenberg, P Paiste, ...
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 227 (9), 320, 2016
52016
Leachate Treatment in Newly Built Peat Filters: A Pilot-Scale Study
P Kängsepp, M Kõiv, M Kriipsalu, Ü Mander
Wastewater Treatment, Plant Dynamics and Management in Constructed and …, 2008
52008
Hydrated oil shale ash and mineralized peat as alternative filter materials for landfill leachate treatment in vertical flow constructed wetlands
M Kõiv, M Kriipsalu, C Vohla, Ü Mander
Fresen Environ Bull 18, 189-195, 2009
42009
After treatment of landfill leachate in peat filters
M Kõiv, M Kriipsalu, Ü Mander
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 89, 2006
42006
Bacterial community activity and dynamics in the biofilm of an experimental hybrid wetland system treating greywater
M Truu, K Oopkaup, I Krustok, M Kõiv-Vainik, H Nõlvak, J Truu
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26 (4), 4013-4026, 2019
32019
Phosphorus removal from greywater in an experimental hybrid compact filter system
K Kasak, K Karabelnik, M Kõiv, PD Jenssen, Ü Mander
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 145, 649-657, 2011
32011
Prügila nõrgvee järelpuhastamine erinevate filtermaterjalide abil
M Kõiv
magistritöö. Tartu Ülikool, bioloogia-geograafiateaduskond, 2006
12006
Treatment of landfill leachate and municipal wastewater in subsurface flow filters using mineralized peat and hydrated oil shale ash
M Kõiv
2010
Wetland treatment at extremes of pH: A review
AP Jarvis, W Mayes, WM Mayes, LC Batty, PL Younger, M Kõiv, C Vohla, ...
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 407 (13), 2008
2008
VOLUME II Poster presentations
Ü Mander, M Koiv, C Vohla
2007
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