Volume 4, Issue 1
Table of Contents
Effects of Stream Restoration on Nitrogen Removal and Transformation in Urban Watersheds: Lessons from Minebank Run, Baltimore, Maryland
Paul M. Mayer, Shannon P. Schechter, Sujay S. Kaushal, and Peter M. Groffman
Building Blue in Franklin, Massachusetts
Julie Wood, Nigel Pickering, and Kate Bowditch
Ask the Experts
Pete Mulvaney, Advisor, Greenleaf Advisors LLC
Aaron Koch, Deputy Commissioner for Sustainability, City of Chicago Department of Water Management
Brandon C. Vatter, PE, Senior Project Manager, Hatch Mott MacDonald
Franco Montalto, PhD, PE, Assistant Professor, Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department, Drexel University
John W. Schombert, Executive Director, 3 Rivers Wet Weather, Inc.
The fall issue of Runoff Rundown has arrived!
Need to develop an IDDE program? Read the guidance.
NEW! Two versions of the Watershed Treatment Model (WTM) released to help users estimate benefits from a wide range of stormwater runoff and pollutant removal practices. Download your FREE COPY of the WTM and User's guide.
Read our latest blog! Climate Change and Stormwater Management: Capacity for Community Adaption Planning
- Chesapeake Bay Program approved new stream restoration protocols for estimating sediment and nutrient load reductions
- Center for Watershed Protection Appoints Scarfone as New Board Member
- The Center for Watershed Protection advances in providing stormwater and watershed management resources with new website features and enhanced membership benefits
- Leadership Maryland Selects Hye Yeong Kwon for its Class of 2013
- Rivanna watershed snapshot shows progress, room for improvement
|Tue Dec 10 @08:00 - 05:00PM|
Mid-Atlantic Living Shorelines Summit, Dec 10-11, 2013
|Wed Feb 26|
International Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling, February 26 and 27 2014