|Statement||edited by C J Pratt ; [organised by School of the Built Environment, Coventry University].|
|Contributions||Pratt, C. J., Coventry University. School of the Built Environment.|
The legislative mandate for the Drinking Water Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CEC) program is quite short. It was created in response to Minnesota laws in and that appropriated Clean Water Fund money “for addressing public health concerns related to contaminants found in Minnesota drinking water for which no health-based drinking water standard exists.”. erosion and sediment control, and stormwater quantity control (i.e., ﬂood control and drainage design), are addressed as secondary topics as they relate to water quality. For instance, source controls and stormwater treatment practices can also provide peak runoff attenuation and ﬂood control beneﬁts. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Standing Conference on Stormwater Source Control, Dunfermline, Scotland. HR W al lingford () Preliminary rainfall runoff management for developments. EA/Defra T echnical Report W/A.
Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Symposium: Reach your target audience! SHOWCASE your technologies and solutions to a qualified audience with a proven interest your specific equipment, products, and services. SPONSOR to enhance your company's visibility and provide greater awareness of your solutions for today's water quality professionals. An application of the EXTRAN model to off-site drainage is described. A desk-top calculator method for nonpoint source loads evaluation is described. Modifications to the -1 I model for continuous simulation of fecal coli- forms is presented. A literature review was done of the relationship between atmospheric pollution and Stormwater quality. C.J. Pratt (Ed.), Proceedings of the Standing Conference on Stormwater Source Control: Quantity and Quality, Vol. I–XX, School of The Built Environment, Coventry University (–) WEF/ASCE, Full text of "Urban effects on water quality and quantity: conference proceedings of October 20 at Jumer's Castle Lodge, Urbana, Illinois" See other formats.
Technical Memorandum: Stormwater Control Potential for Seattle Green Roof Retrofits. Seattle Public Utilities Green Roof Retrofit Study. Teemusk, A., and U. Mander. “Rainwater runoff quantity and quality performance from a greenroof: The effects of short-term events.” Ecol. Eng., 30(3), – Toronto and Region Conservation. Proc. Standing Conf. on Stormwater Source Control, Volume XVII, Coventry University, ISBN 1 06 0, pp. R. J. Bray (). Design of the 'treatment train' at Hopwood Park Motorway Service Area on the M Proc. Standing Conf. on Stormwater Source Control, Volume XIX, Coventry University, ISBN 0 88 9. R. J. Bray (). REVIEW OF STORMWATER CONTROL MEASURES Stormwater control measures refer to what is defined by EPA () as â a technique, measure, or structural control that is used for a given set of conditions to manage the quantity and improve the quality of stormwater runoff in the most cost-effective manner.â SCMs are designed to mitigate the changes. stormwater design systems runoff surface water water management environment quality areas maintenance benefits local roof surface water management development environmental risk You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will.