LID Storm Water Educational Workshop


December 1, 2011
Click on a title for workshop presentations. 
1. Bioretention Overview, Research & Common Design Elements Bill Hunt, PE, PhD
NC State University
2. Bioretention Maintenance: Its Impact & Recommendations
Part 1, Part 2
Bill Hunt, PE, PhD
NC State University
3. BRC Field Assessments
Part 1, Part 2
Brad J. Wardynski, E.I.T.
NC State University
4. Incorporating Internal Water Storage into Bioretention Design Bill Hunt, PE, PhD
NC State University
5. Bioretention Water Quality Performance & Design Bill Hunt, PE, PhD
NC State University
6. DRAINMOD: Introduction to the Ideal Bioretention Model Brad J. Wardynski, E.I.T.
and William F. Hunt, Ph.D., PE
In Collaboration with Robert A. Brown, Ph.D.
7. Introduction to NC Long-Term Bioretention HYdrologic PERformance (HyPer) Tool
Part 1
, Part 2 
In Collaboration with Robert A. Brown, Ph.D.
Presented by Brad J. Wardynski, E.I.T.
8. Storm Water Wetlands, Vegetative Filter Strips & Permeable Pavement Design Tips
Part 1
, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
Bill Hunt, Ph.D., PE
9. Temperature/Thermal Load Engineering Mitigation Provided by Storm Water BMPs
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
William F. Hunt, Ph.D., PE
10. Applied Research, Informed Regulators Better Decisions Bill Hunt, PE, PhD
11. Controlling Surface Water Pollutants at Brownfield Sites Ohio EPA
12. Cost Analysis of Low Impact Development Best Management Practices Amy H. Brennan
Chagrin River Watershed Partners
 

 

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