Evaluation of Sediment Control Pond Performance at Construction Sites in the Greater Toronto Area

Evaluation of Sediment Control Pond Performance at Construction Sites in the Greater Toronto Area

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Gharabaghi, B., Fata, A., Van Seters, T., Rudra, R. P., MacMillan, G., Tesa, G. 2006. Evaluation of Sediment Control Pond Performance at Construction Sites in the Greater Toronto Area. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering. NRC Canada. Number 33. Pages 1335-1344

Best management practice, Erosion, Model, Monitoring, Ponds, Runoff volume, Sediment, Stormwater, Water quality, BMPs

This study monitored stormwater management ponds in two towns in the Greater Toronto Area (Canada) during site development. Additionally, using a sediment-transport model, the effect of pond geometry on sediment removal efficiency in various storm conditions was evaluated. The authors focus on the effect of the ratio of pond length to pond width in: 1) minimizing the short-circuiting effect in some stormwater management ponds, and 2) improving the sediment removal efficiency of such ponds.

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