[Webcast] Other Perspectives on Research on LID Performance Enhancement

When? Thursday, 08 December 2016, 12:00 pm EST - 1:30 pm EST
Cost: FREE
Categories: 2016 Webcast Series
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SPEAKERS:
Ryan Winston, The Ohio State University 
Allen Davis, University of Maryland
Reid Christianson, Center for Watershed Protection, Inc.

Photo Credit: UC Davis Biochar Database

Photo Credit: UC Davis Biochar Database

The purpose of this webcast is to get the reaction of several researchers in the stormwater field on the results of the literature review on The Potential to Enhance Nutrient Removal in Bioretention and Sand Filters which was compiled in a technical memo and discussed in a previous webcast – both of which are accessible below.

The researchers will have the opportunity to expand on their own “PED” research, and CSN will facilitate a dialogue on what, if any, consensus recommendations should be presented to the Urban Stormwater Workgroup about pursuing a higher credit for BMPs that incorporate these design modifications.

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Other Perspectives on Research on LID Performance Enhancement Slides

The slides from the webcast Other Perspectives on Research on LID Performance Enhancement, which aired on December 8, 2016

Version december 8, 2016 | Size (6 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

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Performance Enhancing Devices for Stormwater Best Management Practices

The draft version of the Technical Support Document developed on June 1, 2016 which focuses on the ability of PEDs to provide incremental removal of urban nutrients compared to existing practice design. Examples of PEDs include adding amendments to filter or bioretention soil media, providing an “internal water storage” zone, and enhancing the selection and management of vegetation.

Version june 1, 2016 | Size (609 KB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

[Webcast] The Potential to Enhance Nutrient Removal in Bioretention and Sand Filters

 

 

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