Information on stormwater management and flood control, including green roofs, rain gardens and climate change effects on Chesapeake and Delaware Bays. Tips on live staking for stream restoration and dealing with wet basements.
This webinar discusses projected changes in sediment, nutrient and organic matter loads to the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays under climate change scenarios.
Vinnie Cotrone reveals the role of forested landscapes and trees in particular in stormwater management and pollution mitigation.
PA Sea Grant and a host of partners have been helping coastal communities along the Delaware River to prepare for the flooding and extreme heat expected with future climate.
As landscapes grow and develop, the health of streams and rivers affects the quantity and quality of the rainfall entering waterways; what many call stormwater.
Understanding and correcting wet basements is a key topic for homeowners.
A skimmer is a basin dewatering control device that withdraws water from near the basin’s water surface, removing the highest quality water from the basin for delivery to the uncontrolled environment.
By Albert Jarrett, Ph.D., Albert Jarrett, Ph.D.
Guidance on how green roofs can be constructed and how they can be expected to contribute to solving stormwater problems.
By Jennifer R Fetter, Kristen Kyler Length12:56
A video guide to affordable and easy stream bank restoration using branch cuttings called live stakes.
By Jennifer R Fetter, Kristen Kyler
A brief introduction and instructional guide to using live staking as an inexpensive and simple technique to restoring eroding stream banks.
Guidance to stormwater designers about assessing a potential stormwater infiltration site to determine the rate and volume of stormwater that can be expected to infiltrate into the soil.
Design guidance provided for engineers and planners on how to properly develop a bioretention cell.