GIS Applications in Modern Stormwater Management
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technology that aids stormwater management through efficient data manipulation, analyses, and graphic displays. The integration of GIS with stormwater...

Photogrammetric Mapping
Technical Engineering and Design Guides, as adapted from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, No. 14. This manual provides procedures, minimum accuracy...

Common and Variable Characteristics in Spatially Recorded Seismic Ground Motions

Geostatistical Assessment of Spatial Variability in Piezocone Tests

The Strategic/Master Plan at Boeing Field: A Means of Optimizing Airport Utilization at an Inner City Airport

The Effect of Measurement Scale on the Worth of Hydraulic Conductivity Data: Slug Tests and Pumping Tests

Significance of Lateral Elevation Gradients in Tidally Affected Tributaries

Gator Communicator Design of a Hand Held Digital Data Mapper

Los Angeles County Department of Public Works Storm Water Quality Assessments, Los Angeles, California
This study included a general assessment of the surface water quality conditions within the Los Angeles County area by examination of the surface water quality data collected by LACDPW...

Water Resources Planning for the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana
Water resources planning in Indian Country has produced varied results. On the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes are using an integrated approach to managing...

Karst Water Inventories Using Thermography
An airborne thermal camera was used to locate springs, swallets, and caves in a karst watershed. The detector was an imaging infrared camera with a temperature sensitivity of approximately...

Cost Effectiveness and Incremental Cost Analyses for Environmental Planning
The objective of this paper is to present an approach for evaluating alternative plans for environmental restoration and mitigation. After discussing problems that currently preclude the...

Methods and Procedures in Stormwater Data Collection

Session IV: NPDES Compliance Monitoring - Discussion

Strategies for Using NPDES Storm Water Data

Comparison of Field and Laboratory Methods for the Characterization of Contaminated Soils

Geophysical Methods for Environmental Assessment

Variable Head Test Analysis for Partially Penetrating Wells

Plume Characterization with Natural Neighbor Interpolation

Fatigue Reliability Analysis Using Field Data





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