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Date Posted: 02/11/2008
Submission Title Fundamentals of Urban Runoff Managment
Author(s) Shaver, E, May, C, Ridley, G, Skupien, J, Horner, R, Rhenby, N
Year Created 2007
Resource Type Publications, Websites, and Tools
Publisher North American Lake Managment Society
Media Type Website
Volume, Issue, pp
An updated version of this well-respected publication is available as an e-book from the North American Lake Managment Society.  The update comes in response  to changes in the EPA\'s stormwater rules. The book provides detailed information on the water quality impacts of urban land use and how water quality can be protected through infrastructure elements like porous zones for groundwater recharge and planting to reduce soil erosion. The book also addresses watershed-based management and monitoring techniques.
URL Fundamentals of Urban Runoff Managment
Theme>Topic Water Quality > Ecosystem Management
Water Quality > Stormwater Management
Watershed: Cocheco
Town(s): Barrington; Dover; Farmington; Middleton; Milton; Rochester; Rollinsford; Somersworth; Strafford
Watershed: Great Works
Town(s): Berwick
Watershed: Kennebunk River
Town(s): Alfred; Arundel
Watershed: Mousam
Town(s): Acton; Alfred
Watershed: Piscataqua
Town(s): Dover; Portsmouth; Rye
Watershed: Salmon Falls
Town(s): Acton; Brookfield; Farmington; Middleton; Milton; Rochester; Rollinsford; Somersworth; Wakefield

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