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Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee, Florida
G. A. Irwin
Bibliography: p. 27.
|Statement||by G.A. Irwin and G.T. Losey ; prepared in cooperation with Florida Department of Transportation.|
|Series||Water resources investigations -- 79-1., Water-resources investigations -- 79-1.|
|Contributions||Losey, G. T., Geological Survey (U.S.), Florida. Dept. of Transportation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Abstract Runoff from a rural highway bridge on U.S. 27 near Tallahassee, Florida, was found to have an insignificant water-quality loading impact on the Ochlockonee River. Potential annual-runoff loads on the bridge surface for virtually all constituents studied were less than one percent of those transported by the river at the study site.
WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF RUNOFF FROM A RURAL HIGHWAY BRIDGE NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Runoff from a rural highway bridge on U.S. 27 near Tallahassee, Florida, was found to have a small water-quality loading impact on the Ochlockonee River.
Potential annual-runoff loads on the bridge surface for virtually all constituents studied were far less than 1 percent Cited by: Get this from a library. Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee, Florida.
[G A Irwin; G T Losey; Geological Survey (U.S.); Florida. Runoff from a rural highway bridge on U.S. 27 near Tallahassee, Florida, was found to have an insignificant water-quality loading impact on the Ochlockonee River.
Potential annual-runoff loads on the bridge surface for virtually all constituents studied were less than one percent of those transported by the river Florida book the study site.
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McKenzie and Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee. Irwin reported on results from a study site in Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee Florida (near Tallahassee) with a low traffic count (about 4, ADT count; Wanielista and others () reported on results from a study site in Cited by: Prior studies have focused on water quality impacts of roadway runoff (Crabtree et al.
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EPA, Office of Water, August (EPAFa). Nominally, SELDM is a highway-runoff model, but it is well suited for analysis of runoff from other land uses as well. SELDM data- current conditions (past 7 days) HIGHWAY RUNOFF SITE NEAR I-5 AND OLD HWY Graphs of gage height and specific conductance; PRECIPITATION NEAR I-5 AND OLD NEAR ASHLAND, OR.
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EFFECTS OF HIGHWAY RUNOFF ON THE QUALITY OF WATER AND BED SEDIMENTS OF TWO WETLANDS FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Tallahassee, Florida DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR MANUEL LUJAN, JR., Secretary U.S.
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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.
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15 Michigan Acute Water Quality Criteria and Part B Highway Runoff. Integrated Water Quality Assessment for Florida: (b) Report. by user. 1Reference as: Lee, G.F., “Assessment of Potential Urban Area and Highway Stormwater Runoff Water Quality Standards Compliance Problem, “ Report to the CA Stormwater Quality Task Force Stormwater Science Work Group, G.
Fred Lee & Associates, El Macero, CA, December (). Assessment of Potential Urban Area and Highway Stormwater Runoff Water. Bridge deck runoff collection system on US bridge over Hiwassee River in Cherokee County, North Carolina.
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Runoff from the lake bridges should have a very insignificant effect on Lake Washington in comparison with the urban runoff to the lake. Recommendations are made for mitigating runoff effects and for conducting an intensive study of highway runoff water quality and its significance.
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Fred Lee, PhD, PE, BCEE and Anne Jones-Lee, PhD G. Fred Lee & Associates El Macero, California [email protected] July 3, In early March the Los Angeles Times .Final Draft, Integrated Water Quality Assessment for Florida ii TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary.