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The University of Washington Permeable Pavement Demonstration Project -- Background and First-Year Field Results

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Title The University of Washington Permeable Pavement Demonstration Project -- Background and First-Year Field Results
Creator Booth, Derek B. Leavitt, Jennifer Peterson, Kim
Subject soil water reservoirs water resources stormwater stormwater management bioretention areas stream channels floods hydrology aquatic habitat soil water retention road construction construction technology water
Description Our study of permeable pavements has evolved from a growing recognition of the limitations of traditional stormwater management. To keep water in the soil we must allow access of water to that soil across much of the landscape, developed as well as undeveloped. This will not be practical everywhere, but where previously undeveloped land is being consumed most rapidly, and thus previously high-quality aquatic resources are being threatened most immediately, the opportunities are particularly... Washington State Department of Ecology; King County Department of Public Works
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-08-08T22:56:55Z 2011-08-08T22:56:55Z 1996
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/17031
Language en_US

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