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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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Urban Stormwater Modeling and Simulation
  • S. Nix
  • Environmental Science
  • 13 July 1994
(Section Headings): Introduction. Urban Stormwater Pollution Models. Building the Model of the Urban Watershed. Using Models to Make Predictions. Critique of Urban Runoff Modeling: Where Does It GoExpand
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Hydrologic Regionalization of Watersheds. I: Methodology Development
A hydrologic regionalization scheme is proposed for classification of watersheds at gauged sites. This scheme used 16 streamflow parameters estimated by a time series model to classify 94 watershedsExpand
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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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Suspended Solids Removal in Detention Basins
Detention basins are being used to improve the quality of stormwater discharges from urban areas. While the design of detention facilities for quantity control is fairly well understood, the sameExpand
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Hydrologic Regionalization of Watersheds. II: Applications
Multiple regression analysis ~MRA! and a time series model ~TSM! are developed and validated for using watershed characteristics to synthesize streamflow hydrographs. Relationships between theExpand
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Optimization of storm water storage‐release strategies
Storage-release systems, in one form or another, are often used to improve the quality of urban storm water. Analytical methods to determine optimal storm water storage-release strategies areExpand
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Residence Time in Stormwater Detention Basins
  • S. Nix
  • Chemistry
  • 1 February 1985
Residence time has been the traditional indicator of the ability of primary and secondary clarifiers in wastewater treatment plants to remove pollutants from the waste stream. The steady-stateExpand
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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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