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CASQA 2013 Design Guidance Beyerlein presentation
Climate Change LID 2013 Presentation
Clear Creek Solutions Introduction
An introduction to Clear Creek Solutions. Who we are and what we can do for you.
Why Single-Event Hydrology Doesn't Work for LID (Stormcon 2009)
Continuous simulation hydrology explicitly represents hydrologic processes such as interception storage, soil moisture fluctuations, evaporation, transpiration, and the effects of long-term infiltration rather than having to make the assumptions used in single-event hydrology.
Permeable Pavements Modeling
Permeable pavement works best for flow control when there is infiltration to the native soil. Underdrain flows must still be mitigated to flow control standards.  Permeable pavement can reduce stormwater runoff volume, but additional mitigation may still be required to meet Ecology’s flow control standards.
Bioretention Modeling
Bioretention works best for flow control when there is sufficient native soil infiltration. Underdrain flows must still be mitigated to flow control standards. Bioretention can reduce stormwater runoff volume, but additional mitigation will still be required to meet Ecology’s flow control standards.
Western Washington Hydrology Model Version 3 (Jan 2007)
This presentation was given by Doug Beyerlein at the AWRA Washington Section meeting at Pyramid Ale House restaurant in Seattle on January 24, 2007.

 
Bay Area Hydrology Model (Nov 2006)
BAHM includes the following LID options: 1) Dispersion of impervious surface runoff on adjacent pervious surface (example: roof runoff to lawn) 2) Infiltration of impervious surface runoff on adjacent pervious surface (soil dependent) 3) Bioretention/rain gardens/landscape swales to retain and infiltrate stormwater
Modeling LID Practices (Nov 2006)
Modeling LID Practices. LIDs reduce stormwater runoff and its associated problems. WWHM is a powerful, easy-to-use storm-water modeling platform adaptable to any region of the country that can be used to model LIDs and help inform and persuade the public and policy makers of the benefits of using LIDs.
BAHM: Hydromodification Tool (Sep 2006)
BAHM will facilitate compliance with HMP and design of flow control facilities in the Bay Area by providing: 1) An easier, standardized way to do continuous simulation modeling 2) A means to compute flow control benefits of site design/LID and treatment measures 3) Standardized reporting to assist municipal staff in design review
LID's in Seattle (Jul 2006)
Eco-roofs and bioretention swales reduce stormwater runoff and its associated problems. WWHM is a powerful stormwater modeling tool to help inform and persuade the public and policy makers of the benefits of using low impact development BMPs.
WWHM3 - Western Washington Hydrology Modeling (Mar 2006)
Eco-roofs and bioretention swales reduce stormwater runoff and its associated problems. WWHM is a powerful stormwater modeling tool to help inform and persuade the public and policy makers of the benefits of using low impact development BMPs.
WWHM3 - Western Washington Hydrology Model (Nov 2005)
WWHM uses continuous simulation hydrology to compute stormwater runoff for both predevelopment and post-development conditions.
Green Roof Hydrology (Nov 2005)
Green Roof Hydrology
Presented at the 2005 AWRA Annual Conference, Seattle, WA
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