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Performance and Effectiveness of Urban Green Infrastructure: Maximizing Benefits at the Subwatershed Scale through Measurement, Modeling, and Community-Based Implementation
Grant Number R835555
RFA: Performance and Effectiveness of Green Infrastructure Stormwater Management Approaches in the Urban Context: A Philadelphia Case Study (2012)
Conference Proceedings (1)
Dissertation/Thesis (6)
Journal Article (5)
Meeting (2)
Presentation (41)
Proceedings (1)
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Conference Proceedings McGarity AE, Szalay S, Cohen J. StormWISE model using green infrastructure to achieve Philadelphia's CSO volume reductions at minimum cost. In: Papers of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, Sacramento, CA, May 21-25, 2017. R835555 (Final)
Dissertation/Thesis Hung F. Green intrastructure evaluation and planning for adaptive stormwater management. Ph.D. Dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, October 2018. R835555 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Lowery, A. Water monitoring and watershed modeling for green stormwater management at Swarthmore College. Senior Engineering Design Thesis, Swarthmore College, May, 2017. R835555 (2017)
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Dissertation/Thesis Monaghan, U. Natural systems for stormwater treatment:Swarthmore Borough Swim Club and artificial wetlands. Senior Engineering Design Thesis, Swarthmore College, May, 2017. R835555 (2017)
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Dissertation/Thesis Chen, M. Experimental treatment of nonpoint pollution in a constructed wetland. Senior Engineering Design Thesis, Swarthmore College, May, 2017. R835555 (2017)
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Dissertation/Thesis Cohen, J. Green solutions for combined sewer overflow control in West Philadelphia. Senior Engineering Design Thesis, Swarthmore College, May, 2017. R835555 (2017)
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Dissertation/Thesis Philyaw, A. Modeling and visualizing community benefits of green stormwater infrastructure in West Philadelphia. Senior Engineering Design Thesis, Swarthmore College, May, 2017. R835555 (2017)
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Journal Article Heckert M, Rosan CD. Developing a green infrastructure equity index to promote equity planning. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 2016;19:263-270. R835555 (2016)
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Journal Article Lim TC, Welty C. Effects of spatial configuration of imperviousness and green infrastructure networks on hydrologic response in a residential sewershed. Water Resources Research 2017;53(9):8084-8104. R835555 (2017)
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Journal Article Lim TC, Welty C. Assessing variability and uncertainty in green infrastructure planning using a high-resolution surface-subsurface hydrological model and site-monitored flow data. Frontiers in Built Environment 2018;4:Article 71 (15 pp.). R835555 (Final)
Journal Article Heckert M, Rosan CD. Creating GIS-based planning tools to promote equity through green infrastructure. Frontiers in Built Environment 2018;4:Article 27 (5 pp.). R835555 (Final)
Journal Article Hung F, Hobbs BF. How can learning-by-doing improve decisions in stormwater management? A Bayesian-based optimization model for planning urban green infrastructure investments. Environmental Modelling & Software 2019;113:59-72. R835555 (Final)
Meeting Rosan C, Pearsall H, Kato Y. Organizers of Green Infrastructure in Legacy Cities Session at the 45th Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference, , Miami, FL, April 8-11, 2015. R835555 (Final)
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Meeting Rosan C. Water water everywhere? Meeting panelist at the College of Liberal Arts, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. October 2015. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E, Welty C. Development of a framework for assessing the impacts of green infrastructure on groundwater resources in Philadelphia using ParFlow-CLM. Presented at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study 2014 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, October 22-23, 2014. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E. Using Parflow-CLM to model the effects of green infrastructure at a watershed scale. Presented at the GI, Climate, and Cities Seminar Series, Green Infrastructure Research Roundtable, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, June 3, 2015 R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E. Using Parflow-CLM to model the effects of green infrastructure at a watershed scale. Presented at the GI, Climate, and Cities Seminar Series, Green Infrastructure Research Roundtable, Drexel University, Philadelphia. PA, June 2015. R835555 (2017)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E, Welty C. Evaluation of green infrastructure using hydrologic modeling and high performance computing. Presented at the UMBC Spring 2015 Research Forum on High Performance Computing, Baltimore, MD, May 1, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E, Welty C. Modeling infiltration basin hydrology using Parflow.CLM. Presented at the Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, November 1-4, 2015 (Paper No. 160-7). R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E, Welty C, McGarity A. Evaluating green infrastructure fluxes using ParFlow.CLM. Presented at the Pennsylvania Stormwater Symposium 2015, Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, October 14, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco E, Welty C. Comparison of modeled and observed pressure heads beneath an infiltrating rain garden. Presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, West Palm Beach, FL, May 22-26, 2016. R835555 (2016)
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Presentation Heckert M, Rosan C. Creating an equity index to target green infrastructure investments. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Geographical Society, West Chester, PA, November 6, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Heckert M, Rosan C. Developing a green infrastructure equity index to promote equity planning. Presented at the Pennsylvania Stormwater Symposium 2015, Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, October 14, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Heckert, Megan and C. Rosan. Creation of an equity index to guide green stormwater infrastructure investment. Presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, San Francisco, CA, March 29-April 2, 2016. R835555 (2016)
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Presentation Heckert M. Green infrastructure for stormwater management: considerations for equitable planning. Presented at the West Chester University Sustainability Research Seminar Series, November 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Heckert M, Rosan C. Planning for equity in green stormwater infrastructure development. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Middle States Division of the American Association of Geographers, Geneseo, NY, October 20-21, 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B, Chen X, McGarity AE. Green stormwater infrastructure planning under cost and performance uncertainty using Bayesian-based optimization – a case study in Philadelphia, PA. Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC, December 9-13, 2018. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B, McGarity A. Adaptive urban stormwater management using a two-stage stochastic optimization model. Presented at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2014 (Abstract No. H42E-03). R835555 (2014)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B, McGarity A. Decision analysis for adaptive stormwater management with green infrastructure using two-stage stochastic programming. Presented at INFORMS, Philadelphia, PA, November 1-4, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B, McGarity A, Rosan C. Community-based green infrastructure planning: a case study in Philadelphia's combined sewer area. Presented at the Pennsylvania Stormwater Symposium 2015, Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, October 14, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B, Rosan C, McGarity A. Exploring win-win strategies for urban stormwater management:a case study in Philadelphia’s Combined Sewer Area. Presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, West Palm Beach, FL, May 22-26, 2016. R835555 (2016)
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Presentation McGarity A, Hobbs B, Rosan C, Heckert M, Szalay S. Optimizing investments in green stormwater infrastructure:a Philadelphia case study using StormWISE for multiobjective analysis of costs, CSO flow reduction, and community benefits. Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC, December 9-13, 2018. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. Optimizing investments in urban green stormwater infrastructure. Presented at the M. Gordon Wolman Lecture, Department of Environmental Health Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, April 2018. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A, Hung F, Rosan C, Hobbs B, Heckert M, Szalay S. Quantifying benefits of green stormwater infrastructure in Philadelphia. Presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015: Floods, Droughts, and Ecosystems, Austin, TX, May 17-21, 2015. R835555 (2014)
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Presentation McGarity E, Szalay S, Cohen J. Green stormwater infrastructure investment model for Philadelphia’s Wingohocking sewershed. Presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, West Palm Beach, FL., May 22-26, 2016. R835555 (2016)
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Presentation Rosan C. Implementing green infrastructure in Philadelphia to meet environmental, social, economic, and equity goals. Presented at the 45th Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference, Session on Green Infrastructure in Legacy Cities, Miami, FL, April 8-11, 2015. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Rosan C, Heckert M. Identifying "equity voids" to target green infrastructure investment. Presented at the 46th Annual Urban Affairs Conference, Strategies to Improve Environmental Sustainability Session, San Diego, CA, March 16-19, 2016. R835555 (2015)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B. Modeling adaptive stormwater management with green infrastructure:a case study in Wingohocking watershed, Philadelphia. Presented at the INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 13-16, 2016. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B. A two-stage stochastic programming model for adaptive stormwater management with green infrastructure. Presented at the INFORMS Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, October 22-25, 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Rosan C, Heckert M. Creating planning tools to promote equity through urban greening:applying the green infrastructure equity index in Philadelphia. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, April 5-9, 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Rosan C, Heckert M. Developing a green infrastructure equity index to promote equity planning. Presented at the Human Ecology Brown Bag Series, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, September 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Cohen J, McGarity A. Green infrastructure simulation and optimization to achieve sewer overflow reductions in Philadelphia. Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, December 11-15, 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. Performance and effectiveness of urban green infrastructure: maximizing benefits at the subwatershed scale through measurement, modeling, and community-based implementation:reporting on one of five projects funded by the USEPA’s STAR Program. Presented at the Chesapeake Bay Program Scientific and Technological Advisory Committee (STAC) Workshop on Assessing Impacts of Weather on BMP Siting/Design, Annapolis, MD, September 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. Performance and effectiveness of urban green infrastructure: maximizing benefits at the subwatershed scale through measurement, modeling, and community-based implementation:reporting on one of five projects funded by the USEPA’s STAR Program. Webinar presented at the Association of Clean Water Administrators Meeting, May 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Rosan C, Heckert M. Planning tools and strategies to promote equity using green infrastructure. Presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference, Denver, CO, October 12-15, 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. Swarthmore/GreenPhilly EPA STAR project:performance and effectiveness of urban green infrastructure:maximizing benefits at the subwatershed scale through measurement, modeling, and community-based implementation. Presented at the Philadelphia Stormwater Dialogue, Penn State University Philadelphia Center, March 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. Performance and effectiveness of urban green infrastructure. Presented at the Department of Environmental Engineering, Cracow Poland University of Technology, Cracow, Poland, March 2018. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity AE, Szalay S, Cohen J. StormWISE model using green infrastructure to achieve Philadelphia's CSO volume reductions at minimum cost. Presented at the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, May 21-25, 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. How can cities establish sub-watershed scale approaches to evaluate individual performance and combined effectiveness of green infrastructure practices? Performance and effectiveness of green infrastructure stormwater management approaches in the urban context:a Philadelphia case study. Presented at the U.S. EPA STAR Progress Review Meeting and Webinar, Washington, DC, May 2017. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Hung F, Hobbs B. Modeling equity. Lecture presented at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, March 2015 (invited). R835555 (Final)
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Presentation McGarity A. Modeling green infrastructure in Philadelphia. Presented to the Department of Environmental Engineering, Cracow Poland University of Technology, Cracow, Poland, October 2014. R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Rosan C, Heckert M. Using an equity index to target green infrastructure investment and prepare the city for climate change. Presented at the Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, December 2016 (invited lecture). R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco, Elvis, C. Welty and Arthur McGarity. 2015. Evaluating green infrastructure fluxes using ParFlow.CLM. Pennsylvania Stormwater Symposium 2015, Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership, Villanova, PA. October. R835555 (2017)
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Presentation Rosan C, Heckert M. What does equity look like? Creating an environmental index to measure equity in green infrastructure stormwater infrastructure investments. Presented to the Department of Geology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, February 2015 (invited lecture). R835555 (Final)
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Presentation Andino-Nolasco, E. and C. Welty. 2014. Development of a framework for assessing the impacts of green infrastructure on groundwater resources in Philadelphia using ParFlow-CLM. Presented at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study 2014 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. October. R835555 (2017)
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Proceedings McGarity A, Hung F, Rosan C, Hobbs B, Heckert M, Szalay S. Quantifying benefits of green stormwater infrastructure in Philadelphia. In: Karvazy K, Webster VL, eds. Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015: Floods, Droughts, and Ecosystems, Austin, TX, May 17-21, 2015. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 409-420. R835555 (2014)
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