Impervious Surfaces and Water Quality: A Review of Current Literature and Its Implications for Watershed Planning

Impervious Surfaces and Water Quality: A Review of Current Literature and Its Implications for Watershed Planning

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Brabec, E., Schulte, S., Richards, P. L. 2002. Impervious surfaces and water quality: A review of current literature and its implications for watershed planning. Journal of Planning Literature. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. Volume 16, Number 4. Page 499
Assessment, impacts, impervious, Methods, pervious, urban, watershed
A review and analysis of existing literature on impervious surfacs is presented to further develop an understanding of the broader land use planning implications of the interaction of impervious and pervious surfaces and the spatial form those surfaces take in a watershed. Issues to address in furture impervious surface research are provided.

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