Selected Publications by Curt Kerns

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Selected Publications/Presentations by Curt Kerns

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*Organic Soil Enrichment - Presented by Curt Kerns,  February 23, 2013 at the AOWMA annual convention and trade show in Edmonton, A.B.
*Organic Soil Enrichment - Presented by Curt Kerns and Rob Arden,  February 9, 2013 at the WCOWMA annual convention and trade show in Abbotsford, B.C.
- Presented by Curt Kerns,  October 21, 2012 at the RDN's "Green Building Series, Off Grid Energy & Water Systems" seminar in Qualicum Beach, B.C. 
- Presented by Curt Kerns,  April 23, 2012 at the 40th Annual BC Water & Waste Association Annual Conference and Trade Show, Penticton, BC April 21 - 25, 2012
- Presented by Curt Kerns,  April 22, 2012 at the 2012 Salmo Earth Day Environmental Forum

*At-Grade Dispersal Systems
- Presented by Curt Kerns,  March 3, 2012 at the 2012 WCOWMA Annual Trade Show and Convention, Kelowna, BC

Value and Function of Natural and Constructed Wetlands Presentation
- Presented by Curt Kerns,  September 20, 2011 at the 2011 Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum in Osoyoos BC

*Organic material soil enrichment: Providing hydraulic functionality in situ for challenging sites
- Presented at the 13th AOWMA Convention and Trade Show 2011 in Red Deer, Alberta on January 20th to 22nd, 2011.

Constructed Wetlands
- Presented at the Building Sustainable Communities conference in Kelowna, November 15 - 18, 2010.

Decentralized Dispersal
- Presented at the Alberta Onsite Wastewater Management Association Convention & Tradeshow 2009

The Nature of Wastewater Is Changed
- Printed in the BCOSSA Innovator in the fall of 2007

Restoring Ecological Functionality With Constructed Wetlands
- Changes in North American mammalian biomass & distribution, and the concomitant alteration in coastal marine waters
- Presented April 2007

Constructed Wetlands
-Presented at The Water and the City conference in Victoria, BC, September 2006

Cumberland: Larger Than It Seems
- Presented at the British Columbia Water and Waste Association 30th Annual Conference.
- April 23, 2002, Whistler, BC

Whither the Wetlands
- Published, Vancouver Sun, April 2000

The Use of Constructed Wetlands To Reclaim Wastewaters For Receiving Water Quality Improvement And To Provide Sources of Water For Salmonid Restoration And Recovery Efforts
- Presented at the North Pacific International Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual General Meeting
- FISH R2 or Restoration and Recovery of Fish and their Habitat
- Mt Vernon, Washington, April 10, 2000

Wetlands For Wastewater Treatment
- Presented at the Small Flows Committee of the British Columbia Water and Waste Association Seminar
- Decentralized Sewage Treatment: Alternatives to the Big Pipe
- Burnaby, B.C., November 8, 1999.

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Other Documents and Publications

Ducks Unlimited Canada Wetlands Appreciated 1st place award received by Judie Steeves for her article "Treat Water with Wetlands", which is based on Curt Kerns' presentation at the Osoyoos Water Science Forum

A compilation of results from the Onsite Sewage Treatment Alternatives Projects conducted by the University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI), University of Minnesota, Duluth in collaboration with the LCMR, MPCA, WLSSD, IRRRB, MTI, St. Louis County, NERCC, and industry partners. (1995 - 2005)

Danger of Uncapped, Vertical, Open Pipes to Wildlife

British Columbia System Standard Practice Manual

Distribution of HABs in the US

Fish Gender-Bending in Colorado Creek Mitigated by Plant Upgrade
- Study shows male fish taking longer to become “feminized” thanks to upgrade to activated sludge proce

Greywater reuse? Be Careful, University research verifies disease-causing fungi prevalent in sink drains
- Penn State University News, December 21, 2011

Maintenance and Operation BC Health files

Onsite Informer

Septic Savvy

Simple Innovation Is Often the Most Successful -

Subdivision Guidelines

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