References for Jordan Cove Project

For conferences, presentations, and other publications, see the final report.

Research Publications

Dietz, M.E., and Clausen, J.C. 2007. Stormwater Runoff and Export Changes with Development in a Traditional and Low Impact Subdivision. Journal of Environmental Management, in press.
Gilbert, J.K. and Clausen, J.C., 2006. Stormwater runoff quality and quantity from asphalt, paver, and crushed stone driveways in Connecticut. Water Research, Vol. 40, pp. 826-832.
Hood, M., Clausen, J.C., and Warner, G. 2007. Comparison of stormwater lag times for low impact and traditional residential development. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, volume 43(4).
Phillips, R., Clausen, J.C., Alexopoulos, J., Morton, B., Zaremba, S., and Coté, M. 2003. BMP research in a low-impact development environment: the Jordan Cove Project. Stormwater, January/February

Theses

Bedan, Erik. 2005. Stormwater runoff quality and quantity from a traditional and low impact Development. University of Connecticut library call number: Thesis N37 2006 Beda
Engdahl, John. 1999. Impacts of residential construction on water quality and quantity in Connecticut. University of Connecticut library call number: Thesis N37 2000 Engd
Gilbert, Jennifer Kate. 2003. Stormwater runoff quality and quantity from asphalt, paver and crushed stone driveways. University of Connecticut library call number: Thesis N37 2004 Gilb
Hood, Mark James. 2005. Low impact development and stormwater lag times. University of Connecticut library call number: Thesis N37 2005 Hood
Hull, Mary Elizabeth. 1997. The quality and quantity of runoff from paired urban watersheds. University of Connecticut library call number: Thesis N37 1998 Hull
Phillips, Robert Alan. 2001. Impacts of construction on water quality and quantity in a low-Impact subdivision. University of Connecticut library call number: Thesis N37 2002 Phil

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