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Low-impact development hydrologic analysis
|Other titles||Low impact development hydrologic analysis, Low-impact development design strategies, Low-impact development design strategies.|
|Statement||[prepared by Prince George"s County, Maryland, Department of Environmental Resources, Programs and Planning Division].|
|Contributions||Amichai, Yehuda, United States. Environmental Protection Agency|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 39,  p.|
|Number of Pages||70|
Appendix A Low Impact Development Practices. ALTERNATIVE APPROACH FOR MANAGING STORMWATER RUNOFF. Natural hydrologic conditions may be altered radically by poorly planned development practices, such as introducing unneeded impervious surfaces, destroying existing drainage swales. Urban development significantly alters the natural landscape of Canadian communities, creating hardscape surfaces that prevent infiltration of water into soil surfaces and the subsequent increased runoff. These impervious surfaces disrupt rainwater from soaking into the ground, causing it to run across parking lots and streets, where it collects used motor oil, .
Urbanization has led to a substantial change in the hydrological cycle of urban catchments. Increased runoff and urban flooding, decreased direct subsurface infiltration and groundwater recharge, deterioration of water quality are among the major effects of this alteration. To alleviate these effects, Low Impact Development (LID) practices have been frequently Cited by: 4. Low Impact Development Urban Design Tools The LID Center, Inc., site provides design specifications, technical diagrams, and cost-sheets for LID techniques including bioretention, green roofs, permeable pavements, rain barrels and .
Planners, designers, citizens, and governmental agencies are interested in measuring and assessing urban design treatments that are environmentally sensitive across numerous environmental design issues such as stormwater, adapting to climate change, wildlife suitability, visual quality, and maintaining soil productivity. This chapter examines a case study in the Cited by: 1. Case study of the Document. About The writer. Low-Impact Development Hydrologic Analysis is a document purposely used to provide low-impact development (LID) hydrologic analysis and “computational procedure used to determine low-impact development storm water management requirements” (p. 1).
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Hydrologic principles involved in low-impact development, and provides guidance on the hydrologic analysis required for the design of low-impact development sites. The key hydrologic principles that are described include: precipitation and design storm events, rainfall abstractions, surface runoff, and groundwater recharge and Size: 1MB.
The purpose of this paper is to introduce and describe Low-Impact Development (LID) hydrologic analysis and computational procedures used to determine.
The purpose of this paper is to introduce and describe Low-Impact Development (LID) hydrologic analysis and computational procedures used to determine LID stormwater management requirements. The hydrologic analysis presented is based on the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) TR hydrologic model.
Low Impact Development Hydrologic Analysis. Start Data CollectedData Collected Calculate Existing Calculate Existing TcTc Calculate Existing Calculate Existing CNCN PreparPrepare Prelie Prelimminary Layoutinary Layout Calculate PrCalculate Proposeoposedd CN Using L CN Using LIID D CConconceptsepts.
The remaining low-impact development hydrologic analysis techniques are based on the premise that the post-development Tc is the same as the pre-development condition.
If the post-development Tc does not equal the pre-development Tc, additional low-impact development site design techniques must be implemented to maintain the Tc. Low-impact development hydrologic analysis [microform]: companion document to The low-impact development design strategies / [prepared by Prince George's County, Maryland, Department of Environmental Resources, Programs and Planning Division].
Format Microfiche Book Published [Largo, Md. Low impact development (LID) is a land planning and stormwater management approach that seeks to manage runoff as close as possible to its source by reducing both the rate and volume of runoff.
It has been hypothesized that LID can be used to restore predevelopment hydrology. Get this from a library. Low-impact development hydrologic analysis: companion document to The low-impact development design strategies. [Prince George's County (Md.). Department of Environmental Resources.
Programs and Planning Division.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.;]. Low-Impact Development Hydrologic Analysis and Design by Larry Coffman, Mow-Soung Cheng, Neil Weinstein, Michael Clar, Document Type: Proceeding Paper Part of: Water Resources and the Urban EnvironmentCited by: CHAPTER 2 Low Impact Development Techniques As described in Chapter 1, land development can have severe adverse stormwater impacts, particularly if the land is converted from woods, meadow, or other natural condition to a highly disturbed area with large percentages of impervious and non-native vegetated Size: KB.
Managing Stormwater with Low Impact Development Practices: Addressing Barriers to LID EPA F April United States Environmental Protection Agency New England Executive Summary Low Impact Development or LID practices manage stormwater by minimizing impervious cover and by using natural or man-made systems to filter and recharge.
Low-Impact Developmentf An Integrated Environmental Design Approach Compare Pre- and Postdevelopment Hydrology Complete LID Site Plan References Chapter 3 - Low-Impact Development Hydrologic Analysis Introduction Regional Considerations Overview of Key Hydrologic Principles Summary of Comparison Between Conventional.
The Low Impact Development (LID) Best Management Practices (BMP) Design Manual, 2nd edition, reflects the LID requirements that went into effect on Febru and revisions that take effect in December Hydrologic Evaluation of Low Impact Development Using a Continuous, Spatially-Distributed Model by Eugene K.
Bosley II ABSTRACT Low Impact Development (LID) is gaining popularity as a solution to erosion, flooding, and water quality problems that stormwater ponds partially address.
LID analysis takes a spatially. Hydrologic Performance Monitoring of an Underdrained Low-Impact Development StormWater Management System Article (PDF Available) in Journal.
hydrologic and hydraulic designs of stormwater management strategies. In general terms, this represents the incorporation of Better Site Design strategies (otherwise referred to as Low Impact development, Green Infrastructure, Environmental Site Design, etc.) into a regulatory framework built around runoff volume Size: KB.
Abstract: The quality and quantity of residential stormwater runoff from a control, traditional, and low impact development (LID) watershed were compared in a paired watershed study. A traditional neighborhood was built using typical subdivision standards while a LID design was constructed with best management practices including grass swales, cluster housing, shared Cited by: A acre subwatershed of a local subdivision was adapted to LID using impervious surface disconnection, forest retention, and IMPâ s.
SWMM was applied to the LID development at a fine spatial scale, yielding an element SWMM model. The LID model was modified to reflect conventional development, with gutters, storm sewer, and by: all of the hydrologic impacts of development. Detention facilities do not mitigate seasonal volume shifts, wetland water level fluctuations, groundwater recharge reductions, or base flow changes.
Such impacts can be further reduced through the use of Low Impact Development (LID) techniques, beginning with careful. Low-impact development hydrologic analysis companion document to The low-impact development design strategies EP L 95/ Low-impact development an. Low Impact Development (LID) principles and applications have been developed to mitigate the impact of imperviousness in urban areas on storm water runoff for both quantity and quality aspects.
In particular LIDs are designed to mimic the pre-development hydrologic conditions thus promoting storage, infiltration and evapotranspiration processes Cited by: Case study of the Document. About The writer. Low-Impact Development Hydrologic Analysis is a document purposely used to provide low-impact development (LID) hydrologic analysis and “computational procedure used to determine low-impact development storm water management requirements” (p.1).Sustainable Stormwater Management introduces engineers and designers to ideas and methods for managing stormwater in a more ecologically sustainable fashion.
It provides detailed information on the design process, engineering details and calculations, and construction concerns. Concepts are illustrated with real-world examples, complete with photographs.