Principles of Stormwater Management

Roger D. Griffin

March 2, 2018 Forthcoming by CRC Press
Textbook - 322 Pages - 60 Color Illustrations
ISBN 9781138093621 - CAT# K34856

USD$129.95

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Features

  • Examines the impacts of contaminated stormwater on organisms and ecosystems.
  • Presents the latest treatment technologies and best practices.

  • Explains the differences between construction, urban, and point sources of contamination.

  • Describes the emerging issues of atmospheric deposition, run-on, and snow melt.

  • Presents the history and key aspects of regulatory framework for compliance.

Summary

This book presents of all aspects of storm water management: the hydrologic cycle, sources of contaminants, standards applicable to discharges, regulatory issues, atmospheric deposition, best management practices, and health/environmental impacts. It includes technical details of the modern treatment of stormwater, the emerging issues of atmospheric deposition, run-on, and snow melt, the Epidemiologic Model, and field data on discharge concentrations of a variety of contaminants. The principles explained in this book will enable students, contractors, developers, and engineers to grasp the most important field elements which must be included for construction projects impacting stormwater.