Miklas Scholz

Environmental Engineering
Lund University
Journal Associated: Annals of Environmental Science and Toxicology Biography:

Miklas Scholz, canding, BEng (equiv), PgC, MSc, PhD, DSc, CWEM, CEnv, CSci, CEng, FHEA, FIEMA, FCIWEM, FICE, Fellow of IWA, is Prof. in Water Resources Engineering at Lund University, Sweden. He also holds the Chair in Civil Engineering at The University of Salford, UK. He is a Professor and the Head of the Civil Engineering Research Group in Salford. Moreover, he is a Distinguished Professor at Johannesburg University and the Central University of Technology, Free State.

He has shown individual excellence evidenced by world-leading publications, postgraduate supervision and research impact. His main research areas in terms of publication output are as follow: treatment wetlands, integrated constructed wetlands (ICW), sustainable flood retention basins (SFRB), permeable pavement systems, decision support systems, ponds and capillary suction time. About 48% each of his research is in wastewater treatment and water resources management, respectively. The remaining 4% are in capillary processes and water treatment.

Research Interest: Civil engineering; Environmental engineering; environmental science; water resources engineering; agricultural water management; pollution control; wastewater treatment; decision support systems; treatment wetlands; integrated constructed wetlands; hydrology; sustainable flood retention basins; sustainable drainage systems; permeable pavement systems; ponds; capillary suction time.

URL:  https://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/lucat/user/a7f2a65b455fba95239672ab09b0f784 ; https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=z5WDsbsAAAAJ&hl=en

List of Publications:  Scholz M. (2002), Wetlands Treating Industrial Wastewater. Water Services, 105 (4), 18-20.
Scholz M. (2002), Management of Sustainable Storm Water Ponds. Water 21, 1 (4), 61.
Scholz M. (2002), Management of Sustainable Urban Drainage Pond Systems. Water Services, 105 (5), 25-27.
Scholz M. (2003), Performance Predictions of Mature Experimental Constructed Wetlands, which Treat Urban Water Receiving High Loads of Lead and Copper. Water Research, 37 (6), 1270-1277.
Scholz M. (2003), Sustainable Operation of a Small-scale Flood-Attenuation Wetland and Dry Pond System. Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, 17 (3), 171-175.
Scholz M. (2003), Storm water Treatment with Constructed Wetlands. Water 21, 1 (3), 38.
Scholz M. (2004), Case Study: Design, Operation, Maintenance and Water Quality Management of Sustainable Storm Water Ponds for Roof Run-off. Bioresource Technology, 95 (3), 269-279.
Scholz M. (2004), Treatment of Gully Pot Effluent Containing Nickel and Copper with Constructed Wetlands in a Cold Climate. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 79 (2), 153-162.
Scholz M. (2004), Storm Water Quality Associated with a Silt Trap (Empty and Full) Discharging Into an Urban Watercourse in Scotland. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 61 (4), 471-483.
Scholz M. (2004), Pilot Plant Study for One Year: Water Quality Management and Algal Control of Sustainable Urban Storm water Ponds. International Journal of Water, 2 (4), 312-330.
Scholz M. (2005), Hydraulics, Water Quality and Vegetation Characteristics of Groundwater-fed Open Ditches. Water and Environment Journal, 19 (1), 8-16.
Scholz M. (2005), Development of a Practical Best Management Practice Decision Support Model for Planners. International Water and Irrigation, 25 (3), 12-18.
Scholz M. (2005), Review of Recent Trends in Capillary Suction Time (CST) Dewaterability Testing Research. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 44 (22), 8157-8163.
Scholz M. (2006), Revised Capillary Suction Time (CST) Test to Reduce Consumable Costs and Improve Dewaterability Interpretation. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 81 (3), 336-344.
Scholz M. (2006), Novel Membrane Bioreactors and Constructed Wetlands for Treatment of Pre-processed Animal Rendering Plant Wastewater in Scotland. E-Water (formerly European Water Management Online Journal), online on http://www.ewaonline.de/journal/online.htm; individual paper: http://www.ewaonline.de/journal/2006_03h.pdf.
Scholz M. (2006), Best Management Practice: A Sustainable Urban Drainage System Management Case Study. Water International, 31 (3), 310-319.

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