2014 Low Impact Development (LID) in Houston Workshop - Archived Conference Presentations
Low Impact Development (LID) in Houston Workshop (Apr. 3, 2014)
A Unique Tracking System to Assess Progress on
UConn's TMDL for Impervious Cover ►Read More...
Michael Dietz Ph.D., UConn NEMO / CLEAR
LID in Houston
What's Next for LID Regulations ►Read More...
Charles M. Penland, P.E., Water P Moore
Planning Green Infrastructure Retrofits in Urban
Neighborhoods with the
Low Impact Development Rapid Assessment (LIDRA) tool
Franco Montalto, Ziwen Yu, Drexel University
Robert Adair, Steering Committee Chair, Houston Land/Water Sustainability Forum
Anatomy of a LID Project ►Read More...
Kathleen English, English Architects
Nick Russo, Team Leader, Environmental Services
/ Harris County Public
Infrastructure Department /
Architecture & Engineering Division
Hydrologic Impact Assessment of
Land Cover Change andNStormwater Management using the Hydrologic Footprint Residence ►Read More...
Dr. Marcio Giacomoni, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Allen P. Davis,
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Maryland
High Resolution Modeling of Watersheds and LID Practices using Vflo™ ►Read More...
Baxter E. Vieux, PhD, Texas PE, Vieux & Associates, Inc.
Overcoming Obstacles: Real LID Projects with Real Solutions►Read More...
Jerry Preston, EHRA
Modeling Low Impact Development Features at the Watershed Scale Using a Distributed Hydrologic Model ►Read More...
Andrew Juan, Rice University
Water Impact I Resource I Economics►Read More...
Joe Douglas Webb, AIA Webb Architects
Stormwater management in the Institute for sustainable infrastructure's Envision™ Rating system ►Read More...
Michael F. Bloom, P.E., ENV SP, BCEE
Senior Project Manager, R.G. Miller Engineers / Institute For Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI)
When Design Doesn't Get You There: The Potential Role of Ecosystem Services Transactions in Low Impact Development
Jim Blackburn, SSPEED Center Rice University