Developing an integrated planning-level approach for optimizing green to grey stormwater management solutions
Urbanization is expected to persist in cities across the world, resulting in increased percent imperviousness, alterations to the hydrologic regime, degraded water quality, and deteriorated ecosystems. Stormwater Control Measures (SCMs) have been developed to mitigate some of the impacts of urban development, but come in a wide range of designs and have variable hydrologic performance based on their primary function. SCMs exist on a continuum that ranges from green (typically above ground infrastructure that includes vegetation) to grey (large storage facilities or underground distributed ...
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