TMDLs: Improving Stakeholder Acceptance with Science-Based Allocations

TMDLs: Improving Stakeholder Acceptance with Science-Based Allocations

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Hubbart, J., Holmes, J., Bowman, G. 2010. TMDLs: Improving Stakeholder Acceptance with Science-Based Allocations. Watershed Science Bulletin. CWP, Ellicott City, MD. Volume 1, Number 1. Pages 19-24.
development, Pollution Prevention, runoff, TMDL, urban, water quality
The Hinkson Creek watershed was monitored in order to address water quality issues in central United States. These results and results from similar studies will support future urban development by validating engineering strategies that may overlook land use, topography, and site-specific development constraints.

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