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Internet source references for May 2010 lid leed-policy presentation


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Internet source references for May 2010 lid leed-policy presentation

  1. 1. Internet Resource Guide for “LID and Policy: Sustainable Development Practices: What is Stopping Us?” May 2010 Barlow, Maude “Our Water Commons: Toward a new freshwater narrative.” The Council of Canadians and, Brunswick County Low Impact Development (LID) Guidance Manual al.pdf Center for Watershed Protection. Article 36: “The Compaction of Urban Soils.” Center for Watershed Protection. Article 37:”Can Urban Soil Compaction be Reversed?” 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 County of Los Angeles Low Impact Design Standards Manual. January 2009 Design Guidebook, Town of Huntersville, NC. 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 (Not available 5/6/2010) Garde, Ajay. “Sustainable by Design? Insights from US LEED-ND Pilot Projects.” Journal of the American Planning Association Volume 75 Number 4, Autumn 2009, pp 424-440 Jordan Cover Watershed Project Katz, Gregory. “Greening America’s Schools: Costs and Benefits” A Cape-E Report, October 2006 1
  2. 2. KITSAP Low Impact Design Guidance Manual (July 1, 2009) Kravcik, J. et al “Water for the Recovery of the Climate: A New Water Paradigm” Low Impact Design Manual for Michigan Monash University, Australia. “Stormwater Flow and Quality, and the Effectiveness of Non-Proprietary Stormwater Treatment Measures – A Review and Gap Analysis.” (2004) North Carolina Cooperative Extension. “Low Impact Design – A Guidebook for North Carolina,” June 2009 Novotny, Dr. Vladamir. “Cities of the Future – Creating Blue Water for Green Cities”Center for Urban Environmental Studies Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts(2006) Prince Georges Low Impact Design Manual Puget Sound LID Manual US Environmental Protection Agency. “Infiltration Through Disturbed Urban Soils and Compost. Amended Soil Effects on Run-off Quality and Quantity.” EPA/600/R-00/016 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. 2
  3. 3. Zickler , Len “Managing stormwater in Pierce County: Kensington Estates case study sheds light on low impact development.” July 25, 2002 3
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