Effects of Impervious Area and BMP Implementation and Design on Storm Runoff and Water Quality in Eight Small Watersheds

Effects of Impervious Area and BMP Implementation and Design on Storm Runoff and Water Quality in Eight Small Watersheds

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Aulenbach, B. T., Landers, M. N., Musser, J. W., Painter, J. A. 2017. Effects of Impervious Area and BMP Implementation and Design on Storm Runoff and Water Quality in Eight Small Watersheds. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. American Water Resources Association. Volume 53, Number 2. Pages 382-399

Best management practice, Dry pond, Impervious, Implementation, Monitoring, Pollutant reduction, Runoff reduction, Stormwater, Water quality, Wet pond, Impervious cover, BMPs, Pollutant removal efficiency, Detention

This study evaluated the effects of impervious area and the implementation of detention pond BMPs on stormwater quality in Gwinnett County, Georgia (United States) over a period of 7 years.

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