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Highway runoff water quality literature survey

F. Ivan Lorant

Highway runoff water quality literature survey

by F. Ivan Lorant

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Published by Research and Development Branch, Ontario Ministry of Transportation in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Pollution -- Bibliography.,
  • Runoff -- Environmental aspects -- Bibliography.,
  • Roads -- Environmental aspects -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementF. Ivan Lorant.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD428.R84 L67 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 104 p. :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19148993M

    Runoff Water Quality from Highway Cut Slopes in Pyrite Geology: and natural rainfall; and 3) complete a literature review of treatment options for exposed road-cut APR. Project activities have been coordinated with the U.S. Geological Survey conducting a. TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Identification of Research Needs Related to Highway Runoff Management summarizes significant stormwater management practices and research efforts, and it identifies the most pressing gaps and needs in the current state of knowledge in over more than 30 subject areas.

    Book. Jan ; Martin P. Wanielista Investigations on characterization of highway runoff, water quality in receiving ponds and surrounding drainage basins, isolation chamber studies.   Environmental flow assessment frameworks have begun to consider changes to flow regimes resulting from land-use change. Urban stormwater runoff, which degrades streams through altered volume, pattern and quality of flow, presents a problem that challenges dominant approaches to stormwater and water resource management, and to environmental flow assessment.

    Characterization of Highway Runoff in Washington State, (WA-RD ). Year 3 - Runoff Water Quality, August - August , (WA-RD ). Views of Risk and Highway Transportation of Hazardous Materials - A Case Study in Gasoline, (WA-RD ). A Survey of Trace Organics in Highway Runoff in Seattle, Washington, (WA-RD ). Harned, D. A. Effects of Highway Runoff on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Sevenmile Creek Basin, a Rural Area in the Piedmont Province of North Carolina, July to July Water-Supply Paper U.S. Geological Survey, , pp. Google Scholar.


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Highway runoff water quality literature survey by F. Ivan Lorant Download PDF EPUB FB2

Metals (Part B). Phase II consisted of a nationwide survey and a literature search of mitigative measures. Part A was designed to document runoff quality from highway pavement. All sites had to 14 Michigan Acute Water Quality Criteria and Part B Highway Runoff. Data Model and Relational Database Design for Highway runoff water quality literature survey book Runoff Water-Quality Metadata.

By Gregory E. Granato and Steven Tessler. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00– Prepared in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration. A Contribution to the National Highway Runoff Data and Methodology Synthesis.

ONLINE ONLY. A National highway and urban runoff waterquality metadatabase was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration as part of the National Highway Runoff Water-Quality Data and Methodology Synthesis (NDAMS).

The database was designed to catalog available literature and to document results of the. TABLE Ranked and sorted listing of identified gaps and needs in highway runoff water quality research Ranking Itemized Research Needs DOT Ranking Based on Literature Review Teamâ s Research Ranking NCHRP Panel Recommended Research Needs Evaluation of the impacts and implication of TMDLs on DOTs n/a BMP Maintenance and Longevity.

Runoff of course occurs during storms, and much more water flows in rivers (and as runoff) during storms. For example, in during a major storm at Peachtree Creek in Atlanta, Georgia, the amount of water that flowed in the river in one day was 7 percent of all the streamflow for the year. Get this from a library.

Evaluation and management of highway runoff water quality. [G Kenneth Young; United States. Federal Highway Administration.

Office of Environment and Planning.; GKY & Associates.;] -- The objective of this manual is to gather and to synthesize the results of past documentation and research on highway stormwater runoff into a single-volume user's manual on water quality.

Year 3 - Runoff Water Quality, August - August(WA-RD ). Views of Risk and Highway Transportation of Hazardous Materials - A Case Study in Gasoline, (WA-RD ). A Survey of Trace Organics in Highway Runoff in Seattle, Washington, (WA-RD ).

Transport Deposition and Control of Heavy Metals in Highway Runoff, (WA-RD ). This data release provides highway-runoff data, including information about monitoring sites, precipitation, runoff, and event-mean concentrations of water-quality constituents.

The dataset was compiled from 37 studies as documented in scientific or technical reports. The dataset includes data from highway sites across the country. National Highway Runoff Water-Quality Data and Methodology Synthesis, Volume II--Project Documentation Gregory E. Granato, Shannon G.

Dionne, Cameron K. Tana, and Tara L. King. By estimat,ing the average EMC and the quality of runoff produced from a section of highway, an estimate of pollutant mass carried by highway runoff water can be made for planning purposes. O i l a n d grease These pollutants originate from spills, leaks, blow-by of motor lubricants, antifreeze, hydraulic fluids and asphalt surface leachate.

This training module is a demonstration showing how to calculate water-quality statistics with the Highway Runoff Database (HRDB) This is Training module d. Characterization of Highway Runoff in Washington State, (WA-RD ).

Year 3 - Runoff Water Quality, August - August(WA-RD ). Views of Risk and Highway Transportation of Hazardous Materials - A Case Study in Gasoline, (WA-RD ). A Survey of Trace Organics in Highway Runoff in Seattle, Washington, (WA-RD ).

Evaluation and Management of Highway Runoff Water Quality FHWA-PD Source: USDOT FHA Keywords: Environment, Erosion, Runoff.

Hydrology FHWA-IP Source: USDOT FHA Keywords: Design, Engineering Circular, Hydrology, Storm. Longitudinal Edge Drains in Rigid Pavement Systems FHWA-TS Source: USDOT FHA. Water quality of the surficial aquifer system in central Florida was evaluated at one exfiltration pipe, two ponds (detention and retention), and two swales in central Florida, representing three runoff-detention methods, to detect any effect from infiltrating highway runoff.

Concentrations of major ions, metals, and nutrients in groundwater and bottom sediments were measured from through. Results of a study of the effects of highway runoff on the chemical quality of water and bed sediments of a cypress wetlands and a freshwater marsh in central Florida indicate that detention of the runoff prior to release into the wetland reduces concentrations of automobile-related chemicals in the water and bed sediments in the wetland.

Get this from a library. Effects of highway runoff on streamflow and water quality in the Sevenmile Creek Basin, a rural area in the Piedmont province of North Carolina, July to July [Douglas Harned; Geological Survey (U.S.)].

The Highway-Runoff Database (HRDB) was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Project Delivery and Environmental Review to provide planning-level information for decision makers, planners, and highway engineers to assess and mitigate possible adverse effects of highway runoff on the Nation's.

Effects of highway runoff on streamflow and water quality in the Sevenmile Creek basin, a rural area in the Piedmont province of North Carolina, July to July (U.S.

Geological Survey water-supply paper; ) Bibliography:p. Supt. of Docs, no.: I 1. Water quality North Carolina. Road drainage Environmental aspects.

Surface water runoff and drainage characteristics in highway systems are quite different from those in site development projects, particularly in terms of water quality. Generally, the greater the average daily traffic (ADT), the more polluted the surface water runoff.

The development of this document had three components: a literature search on existing research results and operational findings on highway stormwater runoff that identifies existing water quality impact assessment and mitigation techniques; interviews with highway practitioners concerning the use of research results including maintenance of.

To quote one of the panel members, Edwin E. Herricks, from a book he assembled in“ It is necessary to connect storm events with stormwater runoff and Chapter IV describes and summarizes the results of a practitioner survey on the topic of water quality issues associated with surface runoff.

highway runoff water quality.These impacts include highway or urban stormwater runoff degrading the quality streams and rivers, wetlands encroachment, and the interviews with some of the offices that responded to a survey, and a literature research on the methodologies identified by survey respondents.

Water quality methodologies are organized into four main categories.The Federal Highway Administration, the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Geological Survey, the Intergovernmental Task Force on Monitoring Water Quality, and the National Resources Conservation Service all have developed and documented methods for assessing the effects of contaminants on ecosystems in receiving waters.