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Over the past two years, I have watched the storm water and erosion control industry ebb and flow as it grows in size and importance. In the spirit of growth, I will be handing the baton of managing editor of Storm Water Solutions off to new and…
In an effort to combat the complexity of storm water quality treatment and compliance with local, state and federal regulations,  Culver City, Wash., is implementing the Washington Boulevard Stormwater and Urban Runoff Diversion through a public-private…
Economic pressures, public desire for aesthetic green solutions and the increasing trend towards climate extremes are all factors in the growing need for effective soil-stabilization measures. In urban and rural environments, structures such as dams,…
A decision by the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Agency (AMAFCA) to upgrade to a real-time monitoring solution has led to more effective and efficient management of storm water discharge and secured the agency’s leading role in efforts to…
Storm water management regulation is being modernized in Canada to deal with some of the issues created by increased urbanization. Storm water management should be considered as occurring at two levels: the property location level and the community level…
Water quality managers may be implementing Best Management Practices (BMPs) using both administrative and structural controls, yet the water quality compliance results still are over permitted limits. Managers may need answers as they report to upper…
Coastal dune lakes are freshwater lakes located within two miles of an ocean coastline. These ecosystems are only found in a handful of locations around the globe, including Madagascar, New Zealand, Australia and South Walton County, Fla.  Walton County…
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