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Evaluating the effects of low impact development on Texas A&M University West Campus

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Title Evaluating the effects of low impact development on Texas A&M University West Campus
Creator Rose, Katie Hodges, Ben R.
Subject White Creek HEC-HMS SWMM low impact development stormwater urbanization Antecedent Moisture Condition
Description The west campus of Texas A&M University is located in the White Creek watershed and has experienced increases in urbanization in recent years. This urbanization has dramatically impacted White Creek, including bank erosion from higher runoff volumes and peak flows. This study uses HEC-HMS and SWMM models to evaluate the effectiveness of low impact development (LID) and best management practices (BMP) in lowering runoff volumes and peak flows on the Texas A&M Campus. The LID techniques...
Publisher Center for Research in Water Resources, University of Texas at Austin
Date 2011-04-14T15:08:46Z 2011-04-14T15:08:46Z 2010-12 2011-04-14
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/2152/10897
Language eng
Relation CRWR online report;2010-08

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