Stormwater Runoff and Export Changes with Development in a Traditional and Low Impact Subdivision

Stormwater Runoff and Export Changes with Development in a Traditional and Low Impact Subdivision

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Dietz, M. E., Clausen, J. C. 2008. Stormwater Runoff and Export Changes with Development in a Traditional and Low Impact Subdivision. Journal of Environmental Management. Elsevier, Ltd. Number 87. Pages 560-566

Development, Low-impact development, Nonpoint sources, Stormwater, Urban, Urbanization, Water quality, LID, Impervious cover

This study evaluated the relationship between impervious cover (as a metric of development) and the pollutant concentration of stormwater runoff. Monitoring occurred in both a traditional development and a low-impact development subdivision in Waterford, Connecticut (United States).

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