Transportation Planners Join Battle for Cleaner Air
Under the terms of the '77 Clean Air Act Amendments, transportation planners must find ways to reduce air pollution from mobile sources. Actions must begin in 1980. The article,...

Denver — Import and Reuse Conservation Lessons

Characterization of Runoff Pollution in Denver

Denver - Import and Reuse Conservation Lessons

Storage-Treatment Mixes for Stormwater Control
A methodology to estimate the cost of controlling pollution from urban storm related discharges is presented. This procedure was used to assess pollution from combined sewer overflows...

Stadium Seats Slide on Water
In Denver, a unique 21,000 seat, 9-million pound movable stand is used to convert the Denver Mile High Stadium from baseball to football or soccer. The stands are lifted and move on 163-forty...

Review of Technical Session on Surveying and Mapping Research
This paper presents the questions and answers from a Technical Session of Surveying and Mapping Research at an ASCE meeting in Denver, Colorado, 1975. The following edited question-and...

Model Studies of Denver Whitewater Channel
Hydraulic model studies on a scale of 1:20 are described for a 500 ft-long (152-m) whitewater kayak and boating channel with a 6 ft (1.8-m) drop. Details of site conditions, hydraulic...

Urban Storm Runoff Model
A surface flow routing model based upon a kinematic cascade of planes and channels is combined with a parametric infiltration model to constitute a watershed model. The kinematic approximation...

Are Cities Doing Enough to Remove Cancer-Causing Chemicals From Drinking Water—
Is drinking water with its more than 300 organic chemicals present in trace quantities, a cause of cancer? Are there technically and economically feasible ways to remove these chemicals?...

Case Study of Carless Mobility Constraints
The urban carless population, those members of the metropolitan community who lack access to an automobile, may be considered as a distinct population subgroup with common mobility attributes...

The Recycling of a River
After a century of neglect and degradation, the South Platte River is undergoing a process of transformation to become the most significant recreational resource in the Denver area — a...

Application of a Water Quality Model to the Denver Metropolitan Area

Master Planning Methodology for Urban Drainage
Effective operation and maintenance of the urban environment requires the coordinated management of the various elements that comprise the urban area. One of the principal elements of...

Legal Constraints on Urban Water Systems
Strategic level decisions regarding urban water management are largely political, whereas tactical level water decisions are mostly administrative. Both are subject to legal constraints....

Reflections on my Profession by a Black Civil Engineer
I am greatly encouraged to see the active participation of engineers in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Denver, and many other areas of the country in an earnest effort to involve...

Reduction of Urban Runoff Peak Flows by Ponding
The methods used and advantages which can be obtained by incorporating the concept of roof-top ponding and short-term on-site detention storage into the design of urban storm drainage...

Construction of Roads and Appurtenances for Dillon Dam
The search for water and its utilization in the semi-arid western United States involves many phases of engineering work. Legal problems in the acquisition of water rights and their development...

Deep Injection Disposal Well for Liquid Toxic Waste
On November 30, 1961, the deepest known pressure injection disposal well for liquid toxic waste was completed on the Rocky Mountain Arsenal near Denver, Colorado. Total depth of the well...

Denver's Master Street Plan
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