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Braden, J., Johnston,D. 2004. Downstream Economic Benefits from Storm-water Management. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. ASCE, Reston, VA. Volume 130, Issue 6. Page 498.
costs, flooding, impacts, runoff, site design, water quality
Using benefits transfer methods, this paper assesses the downstream economic consequences of development designs that promote greater on-site water retention. It concludes that on-site retention provides many services that are conceptually distinct but empirically intertwined. Flood mitigation and water quality protection are the most important of these services.