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  • Erickson 2010. Erickson, A.J. and Gulliver, J.S., Performance Assessment of an Iron-Enhanced Sand Filtration Trench for Capturing Dissolved Phosphorus, Project Report No. 549, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Prepared for the City of Prior Lake, Minnesota
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  • MAPA 2012. “Guidance Specification for Porous or Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavement Structures for Storm Water Management,” Minnesota Asphalt Pavement Association, New Brighton, MN. January 3, 2012.
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  • Smith 2011. Smith, D.R., Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavements, Fourth Edition, Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, Herndon, Virginia.
  • USEPA 2008. June 13, 2008 Memo. L. Boornaizian and S. Heare. “Clarification on which stormwater infiltration practices/technologies have the potential to be regulated as “Class V” wells by the Underground Injection Control Program,” Water Permits Division and Drinking Water Protection Division. Washington, D.C.