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RECORD NUMBER: 3 OF 5
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Nationwide Urban Runoff Program, Washington, DC. Area Urban Runoff Project: Seneca Creek Watershed Management Study. Volume 1.|
|Author||Schueler, T. R. ;|
|CORP Author||Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, DC. ;Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Silver Spring.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Water Planning Div.|
|Additional Subjects||Urban areas ; Runoff ; Water pollution ; Seneca Creek ; Watersheds ; Stream flow ; Land use ; Rainfall ; Snowmelt ; Sediment transport ; Mathematical models ; Soil erosion ; Algae ; Water pollution control ; Cost effectiveness ; Maryland ; Nonpoint sources ; Storm water runoff|
Using the Seneca Creek watershed in Montgomery County, MD as a case study area, the report presents a methodology for integrating consideration of water quality impacts into the land use planning processes of local governments. Evaluates the potential impacts of future land use development options on watershed water quality, stream habitat, and the Little Seneca Lake reservoir; and assesses whether these impacts can be mitigated through non-structural planning measures, urban stormwater and agricultural runoff control measures.