1st Edition

Advances in Modeling the Management of Stormwater Impacts



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ISBN 9781575040318
Published January 1, 1996 by CRC Press
470 Pages

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Why bother documenting conference proceedings? Simple: accountability. What we are doing to the environment today - and the arguments we use to justify it - will seem incomprehensible in the future.
This popular series demonstrates state-of-the-art methods, models, and techniques for water quality management and related environmental issues. The material is peer-reviewed for readability as well as merit. The coverage is multidisciplinary and includes many opposing views.

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Volume 4
Sophisticated Stormwater Quality Modeling is Worth the Effort - Sutherland and Jelen
Calibration of SWMM-EXTRAN Using Short-Term Continuous Simulation - Schmidt, Bergman, Smith, and Cunningham
Continuous In-Stream Temperature Modeling: Integration With A Physically-Based Subwatershed Hydrology Model - Schroeter, Van Vliet, Boehmer, and Beach
Reconciliation of Hydraulic Models to Coastal Flatland Watersheds - Solanki and Suau
Operational Model Development for a Regional Municipality - Gray and Despault
Modeling and Monitoring Inflow Reduction Programs - Juza, Vilhauer, and Adderly
A Computer Mapping Program for Sewer Systems - Shamsi, Benner, and Fletcher
Management of Time Series Data for Long-Term Continuous Stormwater Modeling -Gregory and James
The Use of Neural Networks, Principle Component Analysis and Universal Process Modeling for the Interpretation of Environmental Data - Cancilla and Fang
An Update on Consolidated Frequency Analysis - Ponnambalam
Regional Estimation of Short-Duration Rainfall Distribution Using Available Daily Rainfall Data - Nguyen and Wang
Design Storm Events for Urban Drainage Based on Historical Rainfall Data: A Conceptual Framework for a Logical Approach - Rivard
Quality Control Optimization of Extended Detention Dry Ponds - Papa and Adams
Stormwater Discharge Permitting - Experiences in a Rural Western State - Bugosh
Retention of an Existing Wetland for Stormwater Management - A New Approach for Calagary, Alberta - van Duin, Gareau, Jalkotzy, and McAuley
Estimated CSO Conventional and Toxic Concentrations From Analysis of Wastewater Treatment Plant Influent Data - Kummler, Lin, and Rhee
Trace Metals Contamination of Urban Streams and Stormwater Detention Ponds - Licsko and Struger
Software and Database Access to 1736 Papers of (a) 28 European Specialty Conferences, and (b) the 6 International Conferences, on Urban Storm Drainage 1978-1994 - James, James, and Rowe
Includes Diskette of Literature Citations

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