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<font size=3>'''Event mean concentrations for dissolved phosphorus. This table was updated October 31, 2019. We retained data from the previous table, but we recommend using the median values from a literature review (3rd column). To see supporting information used to derive this table, [https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Stormwater_pollutant_concentrations_and_event_mean_concentrations link here].'''</font size><br>
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<font size=3>'''Summary of dissolved phosphorus event mean concentrations from various studies. There is inadequate information to provide recommended emcs for different land uses.'''</font size><br>
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<td>Dallas-Fort Worth<sup>1</sup></td>
 
<td>Commercial</td>
 
<td>Commercial</td>
 
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<font size=1><sup>1</sup>[https://pubs.usgs.gov/wri/wri984158/pdf/wri98-4158.pdf Urban Stormwater Quality, Event-Mean Concentrations, and Estimates of Stormwater Pollutant Loads, Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Texas]. 1992–93 Stanley Baldys III, T.H. Raines, B.L. Mansfield, and J.T. Sandlin U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 98–4158.<br>
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<sup>2</sup>[https://pubs.usgs.gov/wri/wri01-4253/pdf/wri01-4253.pdf Computed and Estimated Pollutant Loads, West Fork Trinity River, Fort Worth, Texas, 1997]. United States Geological survey. Water Resources Investigations Report 01–4253<br>
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<sup>3</sup>Brezonik and stadelman. 2002. Analysis and predictive models of stormwater runoff volumes, loads, and pollutant concentrations from watersheds in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, USA. Water Research Volume 36, Issue 7, Pages 1743-1757<br>
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<small>4</small>57.Waschbusch, R.J.,  W.R. Selbig, and R.T. Bannerman. 1999. [https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/wri994021 Sources of phosphorus and street dirt from Two Urban Residential Basins in Madison, Wisconsin, 1994-95]. USGS Water-Resources Investigation Report 99-4021<br>
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<sup>5</sup>U.S. EPA. [https://www3.epa.gov/npdes/pubs/sw_nurp_vol_1_finalreport.pdf Results of the Nationwide Urban Runoff Program]. 1983. Volume I: Final Report. PB84-185552<br>
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<sup>6</sup>New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. August 2003. Stormwater Management Design Manual. Chapter 5 - Acceptable Stormwater Management Practices.<br>
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Information: This page was updated October 31, 2019. Read table caption below.


Summary of dissolved phosphorus event mean concentrations from various studies. There is inadequate information to provide recommended emcs for different land uses.
Link to this table

Study Land cover/land use Range (mg/L) Mean Median Number of samples
Dallas-Fort Worth1 Commercial 0.01-0.47 0.09 0.06 42
Dallas-Fort Worth Industrial 0.03-0.45 0.14 0.09 63
Dallas-Fort Worth Residential 0.04-0.84 0.25 0.21 77
Forth Worth2 Transportation 0.11 28
Twin Cities3 Mixed 0.01-1.4 0.2 0.15 147
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.52 0.61 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.4 0.14 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.14 0.04 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.05 0.03 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.04 0.02 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.03 0.02 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.04 0.02 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 1.54 0.81 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.12 0.08 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.11 0.07 25
Madison4 Medium density residential 0.11 0.07 25
US EPA Nurp Study5 Residential 0.143
US EPA Nurp Study5 Mixed 0.056
US EPA Nurp Study5 Commercial 0.08
US EPA Nurp Study5 Open 0.026
New York6 Residential 0.20 738
New York6 Commercial 0.18 323
New York6 Industrial 0.16 325
New York6 Open 0.16 44

1Urban Stormwater Quality, Event-Mean Concentrations, and Estimates of Stormwater Pollutant Loads, Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Texas. 1992–93 Stanley Baldys III, T.H. Raines, B.L. Mansfield, and J.T. Sandlin U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 98–4158.
2Computed and Estimated Pollutant Loads, West Fork Trinity River, Fort Worth, Texas, 1997. United States Geological survey. Water Resources Investigations Report 01–4253
3Brezonik and stadelman. 2002. Analysis and predictive models of stormwater runoff volumes, loads, and pollutant concentrations from watersheds in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, USA. Water Research Volume 36, Issue 7, Pages 1743-1757
457.Waschbusch, R.J., W.R. Selbig, and R.T. Bannerman. 1999. Sources of phosphorus and street dirt from Two Urban Residential Basins in Madison, Wisconsin, 1994-95. USGS Water-Resources Investigation Report 99-4021
5U.S. EPA. Results of the Nationwide Urban Runoff Program. 1983. Volume I: Final Report. PB84-185552
6New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. August 2003. Stormwater Management Design Manual. Chapter 5 - Acceptable Stormwater Management Practices.

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