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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 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 ►Read More...

Franco Montalto, Ziwen Yu, Drexel University

 

 

 

It's all about Economics ►Read More...

Robert Adair, Steering Committee Chair, Houston Land/Water Sustainability Forum

 

 

 

Anatomy of a LID Project ►Read More...

Kathleen English, English Architects

 

 

 

HCPID LID Projects Update ►Read More...

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

 

 

Fifty Shades of Green ►Read More...

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 ►Read More...

Jim Blackburn, SSPEED Center Rice University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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