Bibliography Sdp2swq 20091008


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  1. 1. Resource Guide for Sustainable Development Practices to Safeguard Water Quality Report Arendt, Randall. "Growing Greener: Putting Conservation into Local Plans and Ordinances", Author-Randall Arendt. Natural Lands Trust. American Planning Association. American Society of Landscape Architects. 1999 Natural Lands Trust. Island Press. Barlow, Maude “Our Water Commons: Toward a new freshwater narrative.” The Council of Canadians and, h.pdf Berg, Hannah Elizabeth. “Form-based Solutions for Watershed Protection: A Case Study of the Jordan Lake Nutrient Strategy in North Carolina, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of City and Regional Planning. (2009) Berke, Phillip R, et al. “Greening Development to Protect Watersheds: Does New Urbanism Make a Difference?” Journal of the American Planning Association, Autumn 2003, Volume 69, Number 4 Bistany, Andrea S. “The Fifth Paradigm Has Arrived,” Water, Environment, & Technology, January 2008, Volume 20, Number 1, ( ws.htm last accessed 9/8/2009.) Bosworth, Kimberly. “Conservation Subdivision Design: Perception and Reality,” University of Michigan (2007) pril_13_2007.pdf Bruntland, G. (ed) “Our common future: The World Commission on Environment and Development” United Nations December 11, 1987 Brunswick County Low Impact Design Guidance Manual (Undated) ce_Manual.pdf Brunswick County, North Carolina “Lockwood Folly River Water Quality Study – Lockwood Folly Watershed roundtable” Center for Watershed Protection (CWP.) “Use of Open Space Design to Protect Watersheds, Article 51 1 of 5
  2. 2. Resource Guide for Sustainable Development Practices to Safeguard Water Quality Report CH2M Hill, Inc.,“A Nutrient Credit Trading Framework for the Jordan Lake Watershed: Using Market-based Mechanisms to Make Watershed Restoration More Cost Effective,” February 2009 Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) – Office of Smart Growth. 2004 “Water Efficient Landscape Design: A Model Ordinance for Colorado’s communities utilizing a water conservation-oriented planning approach.” ( df Last accessed 9/16/2009) EcoNorthwest. “Appendix B: The Relationship between Residential Development Patterns and Effects on Stormwater and Wastewater,” Prepared for the National Association of Homebuilders, August 29, 2008 ETOWAH Aquatic Habitat Conservation Plan. “Conservation Subdivision Ordinance,” July 13, 2006 Delaware Department of Natural Resources & The Environmental Management Center of the Brandywine Conservancy. “Conservation Design for Stormwater Management: A Design Approach to Reduce Stormwater Impacts from Land Development and Achieve Multiple Objects Related to Land Use,” September 1997. Horner, Richard R, et al (2002) “Hydrologic Monitoring of the Seattle Ultra-Urban Stormwater Management Projects,” Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Washington ent/hydrologic_200406180904017.pdf Jones, Matthew and William Hunt. “Performance of Rainwater Harvesting Systems in the Southeastern United States.” Resources, Conservation, and Recycling (In Review) (2009) Kravcik, J. et al “Water for the Recovery of the Climate: A New Water Paradigm” Lehman, John T. “River Phosphorus Drops after P-Free Fertilizer Ordinance,” Stormwater, November 3, 2008 phosphorus-drops-following-p-free-fertilizer-ordinanc.aspx Leopold Center. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of restored wetlands for reducing nutrient losses from agricultural watershed,” Progress Report Volume 13, 2004 Locklear, Henrietta H. P. “Washington State Decision Makes LID Mandatory – Communities examine the definition of where feasible.” Stormwater Magazine, July- August 2009 2 of 5
  3. 3. Resource Guide for Sustainable Development Practices to Safeguard Water Quality Report Maryland Governor’s Office of Smart Growth. “Driving Urban Environments: Smart Growth Parking Best Practices” Minnesota Land Trust, Conservation Easement Activity in Minnesota, January 2009, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (2008) “Minimum Standards for Conservation Easements Acquired with Public Money” s.pdf NAHB Research Center, Inc. “Environmentally Green … Economically Green: Tools for a Green Land Development Program,” July 2001 Construction-Guides/Land-Use/Environmentally-Green-Economically-Green National Lands Trust. “Growing Greener – Conservation by Design” Niemi, Ernie and Kristin Lee “Appendix B: The Relationship between Residential Development patterns and the effects on Stormwater.” EcoNorthwest 8/29/2008 NOAA Coastal Services Center, Alternatives for Coastal Development: One Site, Three Scenarios, North Carolina Cooperative Extension. “Low Impact Design – A Guidebook for North Carolina,” June 2009 North Carolina State University, “Keeping it Green Downstream” RESULTS Summer 2009 Northeast Georgia Regional Development Center. “Alcovy River Watershed Protection,” Chapter Seven: Conservation Subdivisions Northern Illinois Planning Commission. “Conservation Design Resource Manual: Language and Guidelines for Updating Local Ordinances,” March 2003 gn%20Resource%20Manual/Conservation%20Design%20Resource%20Manual.pdf Novotny, Dr. Vladamir. “Cities of the Future – Creating Blue Water for Green Cities” Center for Urban Environmental Studies Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts (2006) BlueWaterGreenCities_July%202006.pdf 3 of 5
  4. 4. Resource Guide for Sustainable Development Practices to Safeguard Water Quality Report Prince George’s County. “Low Impact Design Strategies – An Integrated Design Approach,” June 1999 Randolph , Dänika Rain. ”Hydrozone Design: Resources in Support of Water-Conserving Landscape Ordinance Design Requirements” Department of Landscape Architecture University of Florida, Spring 2005 pdf Reese, Andrew J; “Volume based Hydrology: Examining the shift in focus from peak flows and pollution treatment to mimicking predevelopment volumes,” Stormwater, September 2009. hydrology.aspx (last accessed 9/8/2009) SC Coastal Conservation League, “Getting a Rein on Runoff: How Sprawl and the Traditional Town Compared,” SCCL Land Development Bulletin, 1995. Southeast Michigan Council of Governments. “Low Impact Design manual for Michigan – A Design Guide for Implementers and Reviewers,” 2008 Southwestern Illinois Resource Conservation and Development “Places We’ve Protected”, Town of Huntersville Water Quality Design Manual, January 1 2008, nuary%201,%202008%20Version.pdf University of Connecticut, STORRIS. “Jordan Cove Watershed Project” 2007 US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (2000) “Vegetated Roof Cover – Philadelphia, PA” EPA-841-B-00-005D US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) “Protecting Water Resources with Smart Growth,” EPA 231-R-04-002, May 2004. US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) “Protecting Water Resources with Higher Density,” EPA 231-R-06-001, US EPA, Washington DC, 2006 US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Environmental Protection Agency. , “Reducing Stormwater Costs through Low Impact Development (LID) Strategies,” EPA 841-F-07-006, December 2007. 4 of 5
  5. 5. Resource Guide for Sustainable Development Practices to Safeguard Water Quality Report Wake County Municipalities Model Stormwater Ordinance * August 2009 0A5A59136E68/0/WakeMunicipalitiesModelStormwaterOrdinance809.pdf (*as adopted by Wendell and Rolesville) Wake County Stormwater Ordinance (2006) 688341DAD390/0/newSWordinance.pdf Washington State University – Pierce County Extension. “Low Impact Design – Technical Guidance Manual for Puget Sound” Puget Sound Action Team, January 2005 Weiss, Peter T., Greg LeFevre and John S. Gulliver. (2008) “Contamination of Soil and Groundwater Due to Stormwater Infiltration Practices – A Literature Review,” University of Minnesota Stormwater Assessment Project. Zimmer, David T. “Managing Water Supply in Turbulent Times,” Proceedings of the 2008 South Carolina Water Resources Conference, held October 14-15, 2008, at the Charleston Area Event Center. ( edings_presentations/t4_zip/zimmer.pdf last accessed 9/8/2009) 5 of 5