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Browsing Faculty and Researcher Data and Papers by Subject "urban development"

Browsing Faculty and Researcher Data and Papers by Subject "urban development"

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  • Naiman, Robert (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
    Naiman will introduce the concept of environmental flows, also known as ecological flows, or environmental water allocations. He will discuss the rationale, as well as the scientific advances and challenges in determining ...
  • Booth, Derek B. (University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2000-09)
    For decades, watershed urbanization has been known to have severe consequences on aquatic systems. Although the problem has been long articulated, solutions have proven elusive because of the complexity of the problem, ...
  • Booth, Derek (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-02-14)
    Booth will review development in the Puget Sound region. He will ask: have landscape-scale changes resulted in a landscape-scale of mitigation? The answer: not exactly. Mainly, we use end-of-pipe detention systems. Even ...
  • Francis, Tessa (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
    Francis will address the question: What are the consequences of lakeshore development for aquatic habitats, communities, and food webs? She will describe research comparing developed lakes to undeveloped lakes. This research ...
  • Scholz, Jenna; Booth, Derek (University of Washington Water Center, 2000-01)
    This fact sheet introduces monitoring strategies and protocols for urban stream management. The fact sheet presents an approach to crafting the most appropriate monitoring program across a variety of settings. Things to ...
  • Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Hill, Kristina; Botsford, Erik; Booth, Derek B. (University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2003-03)
    Because of the profound effect of urban development on aquatic systems, characterizing the land cover of a region is critical for a variety of resource management applications. In the Pacific Northwest, this characterization ...
  • Brueske, Christopher C. (University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2000-09-01)
    This paper provides a review of "ultra-urban" stormwater treatment technologies. "Ultra-urban" technologies are designed to remove pollutants from wet weather runoff in highly developed areas where land values are high ...
  • Booth, Derek B.; Karr, James R.; Schauman, Sally; Konrad, Christopher P.; Morley, Sarah A.; Larson, Marit G.; Henshaw, Patricia C.; Nelson, Erin J.; Burges, Stephen J. (University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2001-03-30)
    Our goal in this project has been to develop a robust approach to urban stream rehabilitation, using examples from the Puget Lowland region of western Washington, that blends knowledge from the physical, biological, and ...
  • Center for Urban Water Resources Management (University of Washington Water Center, 1999)
    Articles include: "Zero-Impact" Urban Development: Monitoring a Case Study; Sediment Budget of a Mixed-Use Urbanizing Watershed; Regional, Synchronous Field Determination of Summertime Stream Temperatures; A Survey of ...
  • Center for Urban Water Resources Management (University of Washington Water Center, 2000)
    Articles include: New Metrics to Characterize the Influence of Urban Development on Stream Flow Patterns; A Rapid Land Cover Classification Method for Use in Urban Watershed Analysis; Sampling Benthic Macroinvertebrates ...
  • Center for Urban Water Resources Management (University of Washington Water Center, 1996)
    Articles include: Characterizing the Magnitude of Urban Development; Preventing the Problems of Urban Runoff; Evaluation of Infiltrative Pavement Systems for Parking Areas.

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