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David Buckley, Christopher B. Burke, Mahsa Izadmehr, Karl Rockne, & Jill Kostel

David Buckley, P.E., is with Christopher B. Burke Engineering in Rosemont, IL. Mahsa Izadmehr and Karl Rockne, Ph.D., P.E., are with the Department of Civil and Materials Engineering at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Jill Kostel, Ph.D., is with The Wetlands Initiative in Chicago.

Articles by David Buckley, Christopher B. Burke, Mahsa Izadmehr, Karl Rockne, & Jill Kostel

Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Nutrients From Runoff in Croplands

Stormwater Magazine

Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Nutrients From Runoff in Croplands

Wetlands have been shown to be an ­efficient way to remove nutrients and pesticides from cropland runoff. ­Appropriately positioned and sized wetlands can remove significant amounts of nutrients from agricultural runoff while restoring natural habitat and reducing flooding. Engineered treatment wetlands thus consist of a nature-based solution combined with an

Ideal Power, the University of Dayton Research Institute & EnerDel Team Up for Solar+Storage Microgrid at US Air Force Forward Operating Base of the Future

AUSTIN, Texas – September 19, 2016 – Ideal Power Inc., (NASDAQ: IPWR), a developer of innovative power conversion technologies, and EnerDel, a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and energy system integrator, have teamed up to create a mobile hybrid solar plus battery energy storage system for the United States Air Force