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Date Posted: 02/06/2006
Submission Title Addressing Imperviousness in Plans, Site Design and Land Use Regulations; NEMO Technical Paper #1
Author(s) Gibbons, Jim
Year Created 1998
Resource Type Publications, Websites, and Tools
Publisher University of Connecticut
Media Type
Volume, Issue, pp NEMO Technical Paper #1
   
Abstract/Description  
"Written by land use planner and NEMO Co-Directory Jim Gibbons for professional planners and land use commissioners, this paper contains detailed suggestions about how to cope with impervious surfaces and stormwater runoff in comprehensive plans, zoning and subdivision regulations and local ordinances. It's Connecticut-specific but much of it will be useful in other parts of the country." - University of Connecticut NEMO website Available for free download from the University of Connecticut NEMO (Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials) website, impervious surface literature site: http://nemo.uconn.edu/impervious_surfaces/literature.htm
URL Addressing Imperviousness in Plans, Site Design and Land Use Regulations; NEMO Technical Paper #1
   
Theme>Topic Water Quality > *General
Landscape Change > *General
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The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve at Laudholm Farm, Wells, Maine Copyright 2006 All rights reserved. Collaboration with NOAA CSC, Charleston SC