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This session will discuss a decade-long monitoring effort with the City of Charlotte, centered on the performance of the Stormwater Management StormFilter®, the first proprietary practice to be fully compliant with Charlotte’s local protocol.
This course discusses how bioretention systems are designed, how different engineered soil media impact the movement of stormwater runoff through the engineered soil layers, and how this is typically modeled.
0.25 CEUs/2.5 PDHs
November 7, 2023 | 2:00 PM EST/1:00 PM CST | This live webinar will delve into a methodology developed in Florida that enables communities to assess and categorize BMP costs and performance accurately.
1.0 PDH/0.1 CEU
This course will delve into a methodology developed in Florida that enables communities to assess and categorize BMP costs and performance accurately.
This course discusses how climate change impacts stormwater runoff, how to account for these changes in the design of stormwater and flood control facilities, and how secondary effects such as sea level rise indirectly impact stormwater runoff.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH
WSDOT conducted a multiyear study collecting hydrological data from roadside embankments.
This course highlights the challenges of implementing the plan of this type given the fragmented nature of the municipal water and wastewater industry.
0.05 CEU / 0.5 PDH
This course will show video clips to provide instruction on the "latest and greatest" of erosion control/soil stabilization practices.
0.5 CEU/5 PDH
This presentation will highlight the process that was followed to develop the protocol, the successes, and challenges of that process, provide details on the new maintenance/hydraulic assessment protocol, and describe how the results from the assessment will be used.
This presentation will focus on the selection of vegetation and different growing media for high-performing bioretention facilities.
Free Course | Total maximum daily load (TMDL) goals to reduce sediment and nutrient pollution drive much of the stormwater management activity throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed, resulting in urban and agricultural best management practices (BMPs) implemented to target these pollutants. (1.0 PDH / 0.1 CEU)
Free Webinar | October 11, 2023 | Total maximum daily load (TMDL) goals to reduce sediment and nutrient pollution drive much of the stormwater management activity throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed, resulting in urban and agricultural best management practices (BMPs) implemented to target these pollutants. (1.0 PDH / 0.1 CEU)
Join Dr. Matthew Uliana for a 2-session webcast series exploring hydrogeology and groundwater systems.
3 PDH / 0.3 CEUs
This course will educate the stormwater engineer to the availability of better, more accurate hydrologic computational methods and the benefits of learning this technology.
An overview of the metrics, data methodology, protocol limitations, challenges and successes.
The recent Texas Department of Transportation (DOT) approval for the use of thermoplastic pipe in storm sewer and culvert applications will provide new opportunities for engineers and contractors in determining the correct conveyance for their project.
Advanced treatment trains that start the design at the roof vs. ground level will be emphasized in this session, and several successful projects at various scales will be discussed along with suggestions on improvement of designs.
1 PDH / 0.1 CEU
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