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Urban Wastewater Management in the United States: Past, Present, and Future
as either centralized, where all the wastewater is collected and conveyed to a central location for treatment or disposal, or decentralized, where the wastewater is primarily treated or disposed ofExpand
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Historical development of wet-weather flow management
The management of wet-weather flow (WWF) is necessary to maintain the quality of urban water resources. Throughout history, strategies have been implemented to control WWF for many reasons, includingExpand
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This study, on innovative methods for the capture of metals from stormwat er, focused on two major areas of investigation: media filters and swales. The test w ater for both the filters and theExpand
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Hydraulic Resistance in Grass Swales Designed for Small Flow Conveyance
Grass swales, originally used for erosion control in agricultural settings, are now widely employed in urban environments as an effective best management practice for controlling pollutants inExpand
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Automated Classification of Urban Areas for Storm Water Management Using Aerial Photography and LiDAR
AbstractDuring urbanization, undisturbed land surfaces are altered to create manufactured landscapes. Classifications of these new urban surfaces are utilized in urban planning, environmentalExpand
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Costs of Urban Stormwater Control Practices
This research presents a method to determine the costs of several types of stormwater control practices including the costs of conventional drainage system. Several published literature sources wereExpand
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Effects of Soil Components and Liming Effect of CCA-Wood Ash upon Leaching of Cu, Cr, and As from CCA-Wood Ash in Ultisol Soil
The burning of wood that has been chemically treated with chromated copper arsenate (CCA) produces an ash containing high concentrations of copper, chromium, and arsenic (CCA-metals). TheExpand
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Polynomial-based disaggregation of hourly rainfall for continuous hydrologic simulation
Hydrologic modeling of urban watersheds for designs and analyses of stormwater conveyance facilities can be performed in either an event-based or continuous fashion. Continuous simulation requires,Expand
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Maximum Likelihood Estimators for Coarsely Resolved Precipitation Data
Most of the literature dealing with hydrologic frequency analysis treats data as being exact and error free. This paper demonstrates that the use of common estimators for distribution parameters andExpand
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Hydrologists and engineers need methods to disaggregate hourly rainfall data into subhourly increments for many hydrologic and hydraulic engineering applications. In the present engineeringExpand
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