Ecological engineering in a new town development: Drainage design in The Woodlands, Texas

@article{Yang2010EcologicalEI,
  title={Ecological engineering in a new town development: Drainage design in The Woodlands, Texas},
  author={Bo Yang and Ming-Han Li},
  journal={Ecological Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={36},
  pages={1639-1650}
}
Abstract This paper presents a comparative study of two different drainage designs in a 10,930-ha new town development of The Woodlands, Texas. Open surface drainage by shallow grassed swales was used in the first two subdivisions that were developed with ecological approaches. Open surface drainage mimics the natural flow regime and is regarded to mitigate development impacts on watershed. In other later subdivisions, the drainage design shifted back to a conventional stormwater drainage… Expand
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