Elements of a Coastal Stormwater Drainage Systemby Michael E. Meadows, Univ of South Carolina, United States,
Abstract: Several elements in the design of a stormwater drainage system that outfalls to the ocean are discussed. The paper discusses a study conducted of the Ocean Lakes Watershed near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The study found that the design and operation of coastal stormwater drainage systems are complicated by the watershed physical characteristics, high groundwater levels, tidal effects, and hydraulically interconnected ponds. A greater problem is the lack of well-documented, proven runoff prediction methods.
Subject Headings: Drainage systems | Stormwater management | Ocean engineering | Hydraulic structures | Coastal environment | Watersheds | Sea water | Hydraulic design | Lakes | South Carolina | North America | United States
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