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*wet storage
 
*wet storage
 
*<span title="Wet swales occur when the water table is located very close to the surface or water does not readily drain out of the swale. A wet swale acts as a very long and linear shallow biofiltration or linear wetland treatment system."> [https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Wet_swale_(wetland_channel) '''wet swale''']</span>
 
*<span title="Wet swales occur when the water table is located very close to the surface or water does not readily drain out of the swale. A wet swale acts as a very long and linear shallow biofiltration or linear wetland treatment system."> [https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Wet_swale_(wetland_channel) '''wet swale''']</span>
*<span title="a stormwater quality model developed for the USGS by John Voorhees and Robert Pitt for evaluation of nonpoint pollution in urban areas. The model is based on field observations of grass swales, wet detention ponds, porous pavement, filter strips, cisterns and rain barrels, hydrodynamic settling devices, rain gardens/biofilters and street sweeping, as either other source area or outfall control practices. The focus of the model is on small storm hydrology and particulate washoff."> '''[https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Available_stormwater_models_and_selecting_a_model#WinSLAMM '''</span>
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*<span title="a stormwater quality model developed for the USGS by John Voorhees and Robert Pitt for evaluation of nonpoint pollution in urban areas. The model is based on field observations of grass swales, wet detention ponds, porous pavement, filter strips, cisterns and rain barrels, hydrodynamic settling devices, rain gardens/biofilters and street sweeping, as either other source area or outfall control practices. The focus of the model is on small storm hydrology and particulate washoff."> [https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Available_stormwater_models_and_selecting_a_model#WinSLAMM '''WinSLAMM''']</span>
  
 
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A

  • aggregate
  • anthropogenic
  • antidegradation
  • aquatic habitat
  • armoring
  • arterial roads
  • alum
  • anoxic

B

  • baffle
  • bank stabilization
  • baseflow
  • basin
  • bathymetric survey
  • berm
  • best management practice
  • biochar
  • bioavailable
  • biodegradation
  • biofiltration
  • bioinfiltration
  • biological oxygen demand
  • biomass
  • bioretention practice
  • Bioswale
  • biotic impairment
  • brownfield
  • Brushing
  • buffer zones
  • build-up
  • bypass flow

C

  • catch basin
  • catchment
  • categorical wasteload allocation
  • cation exchange capacity
  • chain of custody
  • chemical oxygen demans
  • check dam
  • cistern
  • clay
  • Clean Water Act
  • coagulation
  • coarse sediment
  • cofferdam
  • coir
  • collector roadway
  • combined sewer
  • compacted soil
  • compost
  • compost maturity
  • concentrated flow
  • concentrated stormwater runoff
  • connected impervious
  • continuous model
  • contributing area
  • conventional roof
  • curb-cut
  • curb bump-out
  • curve number method

D

E

F

G

  • Geographic Information System (GIS)
  • geometric mean
  • geotextile
  • grade
  • grade control structures
  • green roof
  • green space
  • geotextile
  • gross solids
  • grubbing

H

  • herbaceous perennial
  • High-density polyethylene
  • highly urban and ultra-urban environments
  • hydraulic conductivity (k)
  • hydraulic grade line
  • hydraulic gradient (i),
  • hydraulic model
  • hydrodynamic separator
  • hydrogeology
  • hydrologic soil group
  • hydroseed

I

J

K

L

  • large lot residential
  • leaching
  • level spreader
  • lignin
  • live storage
  • loam
  • longitudinal slope
  • low permeability soils

M

N

O

P

  • particle size distribution
  • pathogen
  • perennial
  • perennial stream
  • performance goal
  • perimeter control
  • permanent cover
  • permanent stormwater management
  • permeable pavement
  • Phase 1
  • Phase 2
  • physically-based model
  • pilings
  • plug flow.
  • plugs
  • point of discharge
  • pollution prevention
  • polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
  • polymer
  • porosity (f)
  • Portland cement concrete
  • Prairie du Chien formation,
  • Prescribed burning
  • pretreatment
  • pre-wetting
  • proprietary structures
  • public ditch
  • public water

Q

  • QA/QC
  • Quality Assurance Project Plan

R

  • rainfall distribution
  • Rational Method
  • receiving water
  • redundant
  • removal efficiency
  • resuspension
  • riparian zone
  • riprap
  • riprap
  • rock armored
  • rock riffle
  • runoff coefficient

Sa-Sn

So-Sz

  • soil aggregation
  • soil compaction
  • soil erosion
  • soil moisture holding capacity (gravity drained water)
  • soil organic matter
  • soil quality
  • soil stabilization
  • soil structure
  • soil texture
  • soil type
  • soluble
  • sonde
  • sorption
  • special water
  • specific gravity
  • spill response plan
  • spillway
  • standard operating procedure
  • steep slopes
  • stockpile
  • Stoke's Law
  • stormwater conveyance channel
  • stormwater hotspot
  • stormwater wetland
  • structural stormwater BMP
  • subsurface sewage treatment system (SSTS)
  • sump
  • sump manhole
  • surface roughness
  • suspended solids
  • swale
  • SWPPP

T

U

  • highly urban and ultra-urban environments
  • underdrain
  • under-draining
  • undersized BMP

V

W

X

Y

Z


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