Watershed-Scale Evaluation of Stormwater Management Practices through Geospatial, Field, and Modeling Analyses

Watershed-Scale Evaluation of Stormwater Management Practices through Geospatial, Field, and Modeling Analyses

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Meierdiercks, K. 2015. Watershed-Scale Evaluation of Stormwater Management Practices through Geospatial, Field, and Modeling Analyses. Sienna College.

Analysis, Drainage patterns, GIS, Green infrastructure, Model, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Stormflow, Stormwater, Water quality, Watershed, Floods, Field assessment, Geomorphology

This report presents the results of a year-long analysis of the Kromma Kill Watershed (New York, U.S.). The study incorporated GIS analyses, storwmater modeling efforts, and field assessments. The results indicate that green infrastructure at the watershed-scale effectively reduces flood peaks and volumes; additionally, it suggests that drainage network structures and subwatershed slope should be considered in addition to percent impervious cover when evaluating watersheds like the Kromma Kill.

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