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Technical Bulletin No 9: Nutrient Accounting Methods to Document Local Stormwater Load Reductions

Technical Bulletin No 9: Nutrient Accounting Methods to Document Local...

This Technical Bulletin outlines the best current science on urban stormwater nutrient management, and is intended to help states and local governments define their baseline loads and choose the most cost effective combination of practices to
meet their local load allocations under the Chesapeake Bay TMDL.

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Technical Bulletin No 8: The Clipping Point

Technical Bulletin No 8: The Clipping Point

Watershed managers are increasingly interested in isolating the land cover components of urban land use (turf cover, impervious cover and forest cover) in order to obtain better predictions about current and future runoff, pollutant export and stream quality.

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Turfgrass Nutrient Management Bulletin

Turfgrass Nutrient Management Bulletin

New England Regional Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizer and Associated Management Practice Recommendations For Lawns Based on Water Quality Considerations.

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Maintenance Matters!

Maintenance Matters!

New University of Florida study discusses the sediment and corresponding nutrient content associated with street sweeping, catch basin clean-out and routine BMP maintenance.

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Stormwater Retrofits to Maximize Nutrient Reduction

Stormwater retrofitting will be a major strategy for many localities to achieve nutrient reductions to meet more stringent MS4 stormwater permits and TMDLs.

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The Grass Crop of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

The Grass Crop of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

It may surprise you, but lawns and turf grass is now the largest crop grown in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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