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Main Title Proceedings : National Conference on Urban Erosion and Sediment Control : Institutions & Technology held October 10-12, 1979 at St. Paul, Minnesota.
Author Downing, William L.
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Author Title of a Work
Downing, William L.
CORP Author United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Great Lakes National Program Office.; Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL. Great Lakes National Program Office.
Publisher Great Lakes National Program Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Available through the National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 1980
Report Number EPA 905/9-80-002
Stock Number PB80-197965
OCLC Number 06990403
Subjects Soil erosion--Minnesota--Congresses. ; Urban runoff--Minnesota--Congresses. ; Sediment control--Minnesota--Congresses.
Additional Subjects Soil erosion ; Erosion control ; Urban areas ; Water pollution ; Meetings ; Reviews ; Sediments ; Land management ; Social welfare ; Land use ; Storm sewers ; Construction ; Regulations ; Conservation ; Estuaries ; Swamps ; Streams ; Vegetation ; Evaluation ; Soil properties ; Institutional framework
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA 905-9-80-002 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 03/02/2011
EJBD  EPA 905/9-80-002 c.1-2 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/21/2013
EJDD  EPA-905/9-80-002 OASQA Library/Fort Meade,MD 01/01/1988
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NTIS  PB80-197965 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 07/22/2019
Collation xviii, 377 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Abstract
The purpose of the Conference was to review the state-of-the-art on urban erosion and sediment control. This conference brought together many individuals with a great deal of expertise to discuss soil erosion and sediment problems, in the urban centers, fringe areas, and satellite growth centers. It also focused attention on land management techniques, social and institutional structures, and other mechanisms by which soil erosion and water problems may be reduced to acceptable levels.
Notes
"William L. Downing, editor." National Conference on Urban Erosion and Sediment control, Institutions and Technology"--Cover. "January 1980." "EPA 905/9-80-002."
Contents Notes
Editor's preface / William Downing -- Acknowledgements / Leonard Johnson -- Introductory remarks / Marylyn Deneen -- Welcome / George Latimer -- Moderator's opening / William Greiner -- Keynotes -- Public involvement in urban erosion and sediment control programs / Joseph Krivak -- Land use shifts and a quality environment / Norman Berg -- The role of conservation districts in urban erosion and sediment control / Lyle Bauer -- The role of the builder in urban erosion and sediment control / George Kirkpatrick, Jr. -- The role of regulation in urban erosion and sediment control / Frank Beal -- Urban erosion / Gerald Willet -- Technical curriculum -- Present urban erosion control techniques / Richard Highfill -- Retention basins for control of urban stormwater quality / Roger Akeley -- Wetlands for the control of urban stormwater / Eugene Kickok -- Stream restoration: Philosophy and implementation / Nelson Nunnally -- Methods for controlling erosion and sedimentation from residential construction activities / F.W. Madison, B.B. Hagman, & J.G. Konrad -- Cost effective analysis of construction erosion control & implications for planning in southeastern Wisconsin / David Kendziorski -- Use of native vegetation in urban and suburban landscapes / Darrel Morrison -- Innovative stormwater management: Where is the problem / Paul Oscanyan -- Investigation of concrete grid pavements / Gary Day -- Regulatory curriculum -- Erosion and sediment control regulatory laws -Evolution and current status / Mary Garner -- Erosion control in a suburbanizing area: The case of Middleton, Wisconsin / David Donoghue, William Feist, & Richard Lehmann -- Development of comprehensive erosion control and stormwater management ordinances in Dane County, Wisconsin / F. Brandt Richardson, David Stewart -- The development of erosion and sediment control ordinances in the Cincinnati area / George Cummings -- Effects of regulation on building procedures / James Brady -- Erosion control and storm water management for urban soil sediment pollution abatement a workable Ohio standard / Robert Goettemoeller -- The role of the frontier conservation district in effective erosion & sediment control during development / Norman Holmes -- Self-regulation, alternative to legislation Waukesha County, Wisconsin / Richard Mace -- Non-agricultural erosion control in Iowa / Lawrence Vance -- Institutional analysis of local ordinances adoption / W.L. Church -- Local implementation curriculum -- Comprehensive community planning as a promising erosion control implementation technique / Gary Oberts, & Marcel Jouseau -- The use of soils information in the planning process: Problems and prospects / Gunnar Isberg -- Role of water research institutes in stormwater and erosion control / Neil Grigg & James Stewart -- Considerations for the development of urban erosion control ordinances / Harlen Britt -- Urban provisions of the Minnesota cost-share program / Greg Larson -- Costs for managing a construction site runoff control program / Margaret Zimmerman -- Multijurisdictional stormwater management: The four mile run watershed program / Hugo Bonuccelli, John Hartigan, Jr., & David Biggers -- Urban erosion & sediment control: Metropolitan Toronto / Ajit Sahabandu -- Erosion and runoff control in northwestern Colorado / Thomas Elmore, & Gerald Dahl -- Case studies -- Urban erosion and sedimentation control planning in Pennsylvania / Richard Laudenslager -- New responsibilities in urban erosion and sediment control: the Maryland experience / Harold Scholl -- The Virginia erosion and sediment control program / Gerald Seeley, Jr. -- The New Jersey experience in control of urban soil erosion & sedimentation / Samuel Race -- Georgia's approach to urban erosion and sediment control / Ken Obenauf -- Planning, local control, and state support: the key to urban erosion and sediment control in California / Edward Craddock -- Evaluations -- Conservation problems -From the local perspective / Thomas Kujawa -- Summary and evaluation, from a national perspective / Robert Thronson.