||Urban runoff treatment methods /
Hickok, Eugene A. ;
Hannaman, Marcus C. ;
Wenck., Norman C. ;
||Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, Wayzata, Minn. ;Hickok (Eugene A.) and Associates, Wayzata, Minn.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Edison, N.J. Storm and Combined Sewer Section.
|| Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Protection Agency ; Available through the National Technical Information Service,
Urban runoff. ;
Surface water runoff ;
Water pollution control ;
Minnehaha Creek ;
Minnetonka Lake ;
Plant growth ;
Soil properties ;
Ground water ;
Carbon dioxide ;
Water loss ;
Water balance ;
Storm water runoff ;
Hydrologic budget ;
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A major concern of the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, a natural watershed basin encompassing the area that drains into the Lake Minnetonka - Minnehaha Creek system, near Wayzata, Minnesota, is the water quality of its lakes. A significant impact on lake waters is known to be caused by stormwater runoff; providing control and treatment methods from this pollution source is a large and complex problem. The methods developed by this project may be implemented as an urban stormwater runoff control practice in many of the urban centers of the country that have unused adjacent wetlands. This project has demonstrated the treatability and effectiveness of non-structural methods to improve the quality of stormwater runoff from urban areas using natural wetlands.
Grant no. S-802525. Study conducted in cooperation with Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, Wayzata, Minnesota. Includes bibliographical references.
v. 1. Non-structural wetland treatment.