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Stormwater Effects Handbook: A Toolbox for Watershed Managers, Scientists, and Engineers
Introduction Overview: The Problem of Storm Water Runoff Sources of Pollution Regulatory Program Stormwater Effects in Receiving Waters Heterogeneity Stressor Categories and Their Effects AssessmentExpand
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Urban stormwater toxic pollutants: assessment, sources, and treatability
This paper summarizes an investigation to characterize and treat selected stormwater contaminants that are listed as toxic pollutants (termed toxicants in this paper) in the Clean Water Act, SectionExpand
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GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION POTENTIAL FROM STORMWATER INFILTRATION PRACTICES
Abstract The potential effects of stormwater on groundwater quality was estimated based on the likely presence of problem constituents in the stormwater, their mobility through soils, the type ofExpand
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Groundwater Contamination from Stormwater Infiltration
  • R. Pitt
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 March 1996
The research summarized here was conducted during the first year of a 3-yr cooperative agreement (CR819573) to identify and control stormwater toxicants, especially those adversely affectingExpand
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Targeting treatment technologies to address specific stormwater pollutants and numeric discharge limits.
  • S. Clark, R. Pitt
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Water research
  • 15 December 2012
Stormwater treatment is entering a new phase with stormwater management systems being required to meet specific numeric objectives, as opposed to the historic approach of meetingExpand
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Influencing factors and a proposed evaluation methodology for predicting groundwater contamination potential from stormwater infiltration activities.
  • S. Clark, R. Pitt
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Water environment research : a research…
  • 2007
To offset the detrimental effects of urbanization on groundwater recharge, stormwater managers are focusing on infiltrating much of the runoff from a site that was generated because of development.Expand
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The Role of Traditional and Novel Toxicity Test Methods in Assessing Stormwater and Sediment Contamination
Traditional effluent and ambient water column toxicity tests have been used widely for evaluating the contamination of stormwaters and sediments. These assays consist of a routine bioassay exposureExpand
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DIE‐OFF OF PATHOGENIC E. COLI O157:H7 IN SEWAGE CONTAMINATED WATERS
: E. coli O157:H7 is a pathogen that can be present in sewage contaminated waters. This organism poses a health risk for humans who come in contact with these waters via drinking, swimming, orExpand
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