Current Practices in Modelling the Management of Stormwater Impacts: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Current Practices in Modelling the Management of Stormwater Impacts

1st Edition

By William James

CRC Press

512 pages

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This impressive publication presents the proceedings of the 1993 Toronto Stormwater and Water Quality Modelling meeting. The number of papers in the book has been substantially increased and, for the first time, the contributions have been peer reviewed for novelty, accuracy, readability, and relevance. Chapters are arranged in five sections: ecosystem impacts, water quality modelling, new methods and modelling, data management, and current practice. The appendices are valuable research aids, with a detailed index, a substantial glossary encompassing the entire discipline, lists of acronyms, models, and abbreviations, and a complete list of authors cited in the book. The editor also provides a classification of the 485 papers of the 11-year series of conferences held at the University of Kentucky at Louisville.

Table of Contents

Ecosystem Impacts: Instream Flow Incremental Methodology (IFIM) for Modelling Fish Habitat (Navarro, McCauley, and Blystra). Development of Bioretention Practices for Stormwater Management (Coffman, Green, Clar, and Bitter). Ecologically Sensitive Channel Design for Urban Receivers: Case Studies (Scheckenberger and Portt). Water Quality Modelling: Predicting In-Stream Water Quality from Watershed Characteristics (Huebner and Soutter). BMP Planning Utilizing Knowledge Engineering Techniques (Goyen, Thompson, and James). Environmental Concentrations of Urban Pesticides (Struger, Boyter, Licsko, and Johnson). Long-Term Performance Modelling of Stormwater Quality Ponds (Guo and Adams). Performance Analysis of Urban Runoff Quality Control Ponds by Continuous Simulation (Gordine and Adams). Characterization of Stormwater Runoff from Highways (Thomson, McBean, Snodgrass, and Mostrenko). Stormwater Pollution Control at a Major Highway Interchange (Parente and Hulley). The Use of HSP-F in Subwatershed Planning (Scheckenberger and Kennedy). Hydraulic and Pollutant Modelling of CSOs Using SWMM's EXTRAN Block (O'Connor, Apicella, Schuepfer, Zaccagnino, and Kloman). Modelling Solar Thermal Enrichment of Urban Stormwater (Xie and James). New Models and Modelling: Integration of Probabilistic and Physically Based Modelling with Optimization Methods for Stormwater Infrastructure Rehabilitation (Medina and Jacobs). Discharge Characterization of Urban Stormwater Runoff Using Continuous Simulation (Bumgardner, Ruby, Walker, and Brent). Weather Radar and Flood Forecasting (Kouwen and Soulis). Data Management: A Time Adaptive Grid on the QUAL2E Water Quality Model (Jin and Hasson). Real Time Flood Forecasting with GIS (Roberts and Anderson). GIS Based Urban Drainage Modelling (Shamsi and Fletcher). Current Practice: Comparison of Two Methods of End-of-Pipe Control for CSO and Stormwater (Conetta, Wichmann, and Párente). Modified Low Flow Frequency Analysis Applied to a Wastewater Allocation Study (Hulley, Dagg-Foster, and Rowney). Toward Cost Effective Planning and Management of Water Quality (Day). Computerized Analysis of Rainfall Records to Determine Design Storm for CSO Abatement (Dillard, Kurz, Crane, and Maarfi). A Methodology for Calibrating SWMM Computer Models (Sangal and Bonema). Guide to the 485 Papers of the Kentucky Symposia, 1975-1985 (James). Appendices: Glossary. Acronyms. Programs and Models. Index. Index of Authors Cited.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC010000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Environmental / General
TEC010030
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Environmental / Water Supply