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Low Impact Development for Urban Ecosystem and Habitat Protection (LID 2008)

Nian She (editor) Michael L. Clar (editor)

ISBN: 9780784410097

Publication Date: May 2009

Format: CD-ROM

Contains topics that include Low Impact Development (LID) and sustainability, and codes, regulations, constraints, guidelines. This book also covers monitoring/performance findings, computational methods, advances in LID BMP design methods - lessons learned, site design considerations, and LID incentives for fresh developments.
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The 2008 International Low Impact Development (LID) Conference expanded ongoing regional and national dialogue to a global scale. This proceedings highlights reports on new and continuing research, developments, and community adoption of LID throughout the United States and other parts of the world. These papers address a very broad range of topics that are relevant to sustainable approach to storm water management using the Low Impact Development technology. The topics include: LID and sustainability; codes, regulations, constraints, guidelines; recent monitoring/performance findings; computational methods; advances in LID BMP design methods - lessons learned; site design considerations; LID incentives for new development; watershed retrofit with LID; education, training outreach; and long-term performance, maintenance. This proceedings is useful to student and academics involved in environmental engineering and low impact development, landscape architects, soil scientists, design professionals, and water program administrators.
Date Published 30 May 2009
Publisher American Society of Civil Engineers
Subject/s Environmental science, engineering & technology   Urban & municipal planning  

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