Stormwater Management Network Effectiveness and Implications for Urban Watershed Function: A Critical Review

Stormwater Management Network Effectiveness and Implications for Urban Watershed Function: A Critical Review

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Jefferson, A. J., Bhaskar, A. S., Hopkins, K. G., Fanelli, R., Avellaneda, P. M., McMillan, S. K. 2017. Stormwater Management Network Effectiveness and Implications for Urban Watershed Function: A Critical Review. Hydrological Processes. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Pages 1-25

Literature review, Nutrients, Pollutant reduction, Runoff, Runoff reduction, Runoff volume, Stormwater, Water quality, Watershed, Meta-analysis, Pollutant removal efficiency

This meta-analysis reviewed 100 studies, both empirical and modeling, of stormwater management practice effectiveness at the watershed scale in a diverse selection of physiographic regions. The results indicate that decreases in pollutant load are often associated with runoff reduction rather than decreases in concentration.

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