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2009Bill HuntNorth Carolina State UniversityPermeable Pavement Research and Associated Changes to North Carolina Design Standards
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Bob BaumgartnerCWSThe Challenges and Strategies for Permit Negotiations that Reflect Basin Specific Solutions
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Carol MurdochWESWatershed Action Plan Aftermath - Implementation Using an Asset Management Framework
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Dave Elkin, Tim KurtzBESThe Evolution of Sustainable Stormwater in Portland
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Derek BoothStillwater SciencesUrbanization, Stream Channel Change, and "Hydromodification"
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Eric StreckerGeosyntecThe Latest in Stormwater Mythology: We Have Solved the Problem (Again)!
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Janine CastroUS Fish & Wildlife ServiceThe Geomorphological Impacts of Stormwater
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Lyn Bonyhadi, Gail ShaloumBESOutreach and Education with Metro's Nature in Neighborhoods
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Maria CahillGreen GirlSustainable Land Development Resources for Design and Deliverables
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Nat ScholzNorthwest Fisheries Science CenterSalmon as Sentinels of Stream Health
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Paula CalvertDEQStormwater Monitoring Approaches for Municipal and Industrial NPDES
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Robert CarDHIDoes the Extra Detail and Effort of 2D Modeling Deliver Anything Useful?
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Seth Wenger
University of Georgia and Trout Unlimited
Managing Stormwater Impacts to Protect Imperiled Aquatic Species
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Steve FancherGreshamGreen Streets - A Process for Choosing Optimal Solutions
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Torrey LindboGreshamWater Quality Improvements from a Large Regional Stormwater Facility
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Wayne HuberOSUModeling for Sustainable Stormwater Management
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2010Adam ZuckerVigil AgrimisDeveloping Green Storm water Design Solutions for mc Compliance
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Alice LancasterHerreraA Simplified Sizing Tool for LID Practices
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Bill OwenBESPortland's Tabor to the River Program
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Carol MurdockClackamas CountyA Traditional vs Ecosystem Services Approach to Surface Water Management
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Dawn SandersBESUnderstanding Stormwater Discharges to the Portland Harbor Superfund Site
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Everett Gupton, Ron HorresParsons BrinkerhoffInnovative Use of Porous Pavement for Treatment of Roadway Runoff
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Gary WolfOtakDevelopment of an Alternative Flow Control Standard for the Mill Creek Basin
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Henry Stevens, Valerie Joachim
BESOverview of Portland's Topsoil for Storm water Facilities
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Janice Keeley et alBrown and CaldwellHydromodification and LID Sizing Tool for Clackamas County
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Jason KellerGeoSystems AnalysisTbe Orange County Water District Riverbed Filtration Pilot Project
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Krista ReiningaBrown and CaldwellMunicipal Stormwater Permits and the Implications Associated with the 2010 Permit Renewal
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Les MillerUSACEMaking Storm water Management Systems Reduce Flood Damages
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Marcus Quigley et alGeosyntecNew Directions in Real-Time Control for Green Infrastructure
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Marjorie WolfeESAA Toolbox of Hydromodification Strategies for Oregon
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Mark ReulandKPFFStormwater Challenges of Urban Development
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Phil PommierPacific Water ResourcesCase Studies in Storm water Management
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Rob EmanuelOSUOregon Outreach on Storm water Solutions
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Robert TraverVillanova UniversityDesigning for Storm water Sustainability
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Ruben Gonzalez-BairdBESHydrologic and Hydraulic Analysis of the City of Portland's Green Street
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2010Alice CokerBESSE Clay Green Street Project: Route to the River
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Candace Stoughton
East Multnomah SW Conservation District
Regional Coordination on Private Stormwater Facility Maintenance Guidance
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Cedomir JesicCardnoGreen Infrastructure Benefits Hydromodification Management
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Curtis Koger et alAssociated Earth SciencesHydrogeologic Evaluation of a Combined GSI and Deep UIC Well Infiltration System for Flow Control
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David EmbletonGeoRainStorage and Recovery of Rooftop Rainwater Runoff Using Drinking Water Wells
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Dawn HottenrothBESRegional Coordination on Private Stormwater Facility Maintenance Guidance
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Erik Strecker, Marc Leisenring
Geosyntec
BMP Performance Simulation with Empirical Support of the International Stormwater BMP Database
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Heidi BilshkeGSI Water SolutionsGroundwater Protectiveness Modeling
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Ivy DunlapBESStormwater Management along High Traffic Streets: It's Not a Walk in the Park
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Jadene StenslandClean Water ServicesNorth Bethany Stormwater Implementation Plan
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John MilneClark CountyThe Clark County Stormwater Capital Improvement Program:
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Josh RobbenBESPrivate Property Retrofits for Combined Sewer Capacity Relief
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Kathryn Skelton, Scott Murphy
HerraraRetrofitting Stormwater Ponds for Improved Water Quality Performance in Kitsap County
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Mark KennedyUPRunoff Management in Developing Countries: A Global Perspective
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Mark MaurerWSDOTCompost Amended Biofiltration Swale: A New Tool to Remove Dissolved Metals
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Mike RosenBESCity of Portland Watershed Health Index
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Robert ChandlerCity of SalemCreate a Stormwater Utility in the Midst of a Recession: Are You Crazy?
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Robert PittUniversity of AlabamaChallenges in Green Infrastructure Design and Associated Failure Modes
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Scott WellsPSUMommas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Modeling Cowboys
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Ted Hart, Steven BraunPSU
Students Stewarding Stormwater Bioretention Facilities: Curriculum Development and Maintenance Practices
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Tracy TackettSPUSustainable Stormwater in Seattle: Moving from Pilot Projects to a Citywide Program
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YunJi ChoiOSUTowards Predicting the Occurrence of Geysers and CSOs in Combined Sewer Systems
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2015Aaron PoreskyGeosyntecPiloting Real Time Control Retrofits of Storm water Facilities: Two Oregon Case Studies
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Aaron PoreskyGeosyntecAdvancing Biofiltration Design
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Carrie PakClean Water ServicesIntegrated Stormwater Strategies
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Douglas D. NavetskiKing CountyEvolution of Regional Storm water Management and Planning in the Puget Sound Basin
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Eric RosewallDepaveDepave, From Parking Lots to Paradise
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Erik StreckerGeosyntec
Fish Consumption Rate Derived Water Quality Criteria: Potential Future Stormwater Regulatory and Compliance Implications
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Henry StevensBESGreen Streets Performance Monitoring: Update from the City of Portland
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Jadene StenslandClean Water ServicesDerry Dell Creek Enhancement Project
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John Lenth, et alHerraraOregon Stormwater Testing and Maintainability Center
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Joshua CantoneOptimaticsOptimized Decision Support Tools for Green Infrastructure Planning
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Kevin Timmins, Jadene Stensland
OtakContinuous Simulation Modeling for Design of Storm Water Management Facilities
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Krista Reininga, Alissa Maxwell
Brown and CaldwellA Comparison of BMP Sizing Tools to Address HydromodificationI Flow Duration Matching
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Krista Reininga, Angela Wieland
Brown and CaldwellHave Oregon MS4 NPDES Stormwater Programs Improved Instream Water Quality?
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Lori Faha, Trista KobluskieCity of TigardGetting Out of Stormwater Jail: Aesthetics for Regional Stormwater Facilities in Tigard
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Michael BarrettUT - AustinStorm water Management: The View from the Third Coast
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Michael MilneBrown and CaldwellSeattle's Integrated Plan
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Miles GrayOSUBiochar for Stormwater Management
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Nicole Czarnomski, Marjorie Wolfe
Wolf Water ResourcesSurface Water Solutions that Meet Evolving Regulations
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Robert AnnearGeosyntec ConsultantsSeattle's Integrated Plan
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Shawn Kummer, Dave ElkinGreenworksThe Stormwater Green Wall: A New Approach to Stormwater in Urban Areas
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Steve Roelof, Adam ZuckerESAThe SE Sandy Greenstreet Project
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Ted HartPSURoot-enhance Infiltration within Stormwater Bioretention Facilities
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Valerie FuchsBrown and CaldwelllSI Envision Sustainability Ratings for Stormwater BMPs
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2017Adam NayakCleveland High School StudentModeling the Effects of Land Use Change on Flooding in PNW Streams to Promote GSI
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Allisa Maxwell et al
Brown and Caldwell, City of Gresham
Using LiDAR and two-dimensional (2D) modeling to evaluate flood mitigation alternatives
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Bruce RollClean Water Services
Broadening the Scope to Increase Resilience: Expanding Stormwater Management Beyond Regulated Areas
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Christian Nilsen et al
Geosyntec, The Nature Conservancy, PSP
Pollutant Loading and BMP Effectiveness Tool for Puget Sound
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Dylan AhearnHerrera Environmental ConsultantsAnalysis of Bioretention Soil Media for Improved Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Copper Retention
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Erik McCarthyWEST Consultants
The Development and Multipurpose Application of Basin-Wide 1D/2D Stormwater Models in the City of Salem
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Josh LighthipeKPFFImproving Green Stormwater Infrastructure through Pre-treatment
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Kate ForesterHerrera Environmental ConsultantsBioretention and Planter Facility Maintenance Issues and Adapting Design with Maintenance in Mind
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M. Glazewski, R. WierengaWES of Clackamas CountyClimate Change Impacts to Stormwater Utilities and Public Policy Best Practices
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Marc LivermanNOAA, Willamette BranchUrbanization, Stormwater Runoff, and Climate Change: Will the Salmon Survive?
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Marjorie WolfeWolf Water ResourcesFloodplain Tools: Complexity and Connectivity
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Melanie KlymOtak, IncChannel Restoration to Address Flow-Duration Design Standards
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Myles GrayGeosyntec Consultants
Where Does the Water Go? Estimating Groundwater Mounding and Soil Moisture Effects of Stormwater Infiltration
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Nathan RobinsonEnvironmental Science AssociatesNE 72nd Avenue Green Street
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Nicholas McCullarCity of Portland BESClimate Change Resiliency Planning for Wastewater and Stormwater Infrastructure
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Nikki GuillotCity of VancouverPrivate Stormwater Facility Inspection- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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Paul RudwickClark CountyPrioritization and Off-Site Mitigation: New Initiatives in Watershed Restoration
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T. Lindbo, T. HuntsingerCity of Gresham, OtakDeveloping a Stormwater Retrofit Assessment Tool
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William SelbigUSGS
Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: How USGS Science is Helping WI MS4s Meet their Pollution Reduction Goals
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