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An Introduction to Stormwater Drainage Systems By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to stormwater drainage systems.
Stormwater Management Park By Andrew Ehlers
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Stormwater Management Park
Stormwater Management Park By Andrew Ehlers
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Stormwater Design Toolkit By Martin County CRA
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This report is intended to be dynamic and applicable to a wide audience. It was intentionally written in plain language to reach people of all ages and backgrounds. This report provides tear sheets... More > on alternative approaches, urban strategies and innovative methodologies toward treating and managing stormwater. Various tools can be combined to create effective "treatment trains" designed to maintain and treat stormwater runoff. Each tool has the ability to be used as a puzzle piece of the development puzzle assisting a property owner to evaluate the capacity of a piece of land and the value of each tool's potential. The Martin County CRA vision is to be a leader in Florida to encourage a built environment that reflects sustainability, ultimately resulting in a positive impact on the quality of life for its residents and continued opportunities for its businesses.< Less
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Stormwater to Street Trees: Engineering Urban Forests for Stormwater Management By U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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This guide is divided into the following four sections: Section 1. Urban Stormwater Runoff defines urban stormwater runoff and explains why it is a problem. Section 2. The Role of Trees in Stormwater... More > Management discusses what trees need to grow in urban environments and how they help manage stormwater. Section 3. Stormwater Management Systems with Trees provides an introduction to engineered systems available that utilize trees to manage a volume of stormwater. Section 4. Case Studies presents projects from throughout the country that have successfully used trees in the engineered systems discussed. This guide is intended to help engineers, planners, developers, architects, arborists, and public officials understand how trees perform and interact in a stormwater management system, and the new technologies that are being used to increase the stormwater utility function of the urban forest, even in the densest urban environments.< Less
Guidelines for the Design and Construction of Stormwater Management Systems - Color Edition By New York City Department of Environmental Protection
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DEP’s stormwater performance standard is intended to reduce adverse impacts on the city’s combined sewer system from runoff during rainstorms that are more severe than sewers and related... More > facilities are designed to handle. When excessive stormwater enters the combined sewer system from impervious surfaces, it can cause combined sewer overflows (CSOs), flooding, and sewer backups. By slowing the flow of stormwater to the sewers, the stormwater performance standard allows the city to manage stormwater runoff from new development and redevelopment more effectively and maximize, to the greatest extent possible, the capacity of the city’s combined sewer systems.< Less
Re-Envisioning Urban Stormwater Infrastructure: the physical, spiritual, & intellectual By Shannon Eldredge
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A Master's Thesis Project documenting sustainable stormwater case studies across the Pacific Northwest and promoting innovative urban stormwater design guidelines.
A Neighborhood Strategy for Improving the Lower Mill Pond Watershed By Ben Fairbank, Alex Krofta, Janice Schmidt
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The City of Easthampton commissioned the Conway School to conduct a study of the Lower Mill Pond watershed and provide recommendations for managing the city’s stormwater in this area. This... More > report presents a strategy for improving both the health of Lower Mill Pond and the neighborhood surrounding it.< Less