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  • ...ize = 3>'''You can access the [[Stormwater Manual Table of Contents|Manual Table of Contents]] by clicking on the link below'''.</font size> ..."5"><center>Enter Stormwater Manual: [[Stormwater Manual Table of Contents|Table of Contents]]</center></font></strong>
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  • Link to this [[Peak discharge (cfs)|table]] <table class="sortable">
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  • ...a watershed and the loss of rainfall infiltration into the soil and water table adversely affect in-stream habitats, especially during periods of drought. ...00-year, 24-hour rainfall events. This data is summarized in the following table.
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  • <Font size=3>'''This table shows nonpoint sources and pollutants associated with them. Source: (Adapte Link to this [[Pollutants associated with nonpoint sources|table]].
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  • ...ete pavements. A general comparison of their properties is provided in the table below. Additional requirements specific to each system should be obtained b ...properties of the three major permeable pavement types is provided in the table below. Designers should check with product vendors and the local review aut
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  • ...ttom of the permeable pavement reservoir layer and the seasonal high water table. ...infiltration is designed to occur (i.e., to ensure that the depth to water table, depth to bedrock, or karst is defined). Soil infiltration testing should b
    28 KB (4,336 words) - 09:53, 19 August 2013
  • Link to this [[Examples of potential pollutant generating land uses|table]] <table class="sortable">
    2 KB (263 words) - 07:32, 25 June 2018
  • ...ntify models appropriate for permeable pavement, use the sort arrow on the table to select Infiltrator BMPs or Filter BMPs, depending on the type of permeab **See Table 2 for list of monitored pollutant removal for permeable pavement
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  • ...tion facilities as identified by the industrial activity code specified in Table 5 of [[APPENDIX D. SECTORS OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES AUTHORIZED|Appendix D]]
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  • ...special receiving waters. This table is an abbreviated version of a larger table in which other BMP groups are similarly evaluated. The corresponding inform Table 12.8.1: Guidance regarding the use of stormwater ponds in areas upstream of
    75 KB (11,485 words) - 15:23, 18 September 2017
  • ...or less) may be acceptable, particularly if the [[Glossary#G|groundwater]] table is intercepted and a [[Glossary#W|water balance]] indicates that a permanen ...imum separation distance required with ponds. Intercepting the groundwater table can help sustain a permanent pool. However, some [[Glossary#S|source water
    50 KB (7,713 words) - 11:16, 29 May 2019
  • ...ary#R|receiving waters]]. This table is an abbreviated version of a larger table in which other BMP groups are similarly evaluated. The corresponding inform *Are problematic for areas of low relief, high water table, or near-surface bedrock; and
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  • Link to this [[Pollutant concentrations for stormwater pond BMPs|table]] <table class="sortable">
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  • <font size=3>'''This table shows infiltration Special receiving waters suitability for ponds'''.</font Link to this [[Special receiving waters suitability for ponds|table]]
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  • Link to this [[Pollutant removal percentages for stormwater pond BMPs|table]] <table class="sortable">
    768 B (114 words) - 09:35, 15 July 2015
  • ...ol; 10 acres (or less) may be acceptable, particularly if the ground water table is intercepted and a water balance indicates that a permanent pool can be s ...mum separation distance required with ponds. Intercepting the ground water table can help sustain a permanent pool. However, some source water protection re
    46 KB (7,201 words) - 07:51, 7 April 2014
  • ...appropriate for constructed ponds and wetlands, use the sort arrow on the table and sort by ''Constructed Basin BMPs''. Models identified with an ''X'' may **Table 8 and Appendix B provides pollutant removal efficiencies for TSS and P
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  • ...special receiving waters. This table is an abbreviated version of a larger table in which other BMP groups are similarly evaluated. The corresponding inform ...receiving water will be. The Pollutant concentrations for filtration BMPs table below contains information on typical expectations for outflow concentratio
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  • ...ite components that are specific to stormwater ponds. Not included in this table are those cost items that are common to all construction projects, such as
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  • <font size=3>'''This table shows Cost components for stormwater ponds'''</font size><br> (Link to this [[Cost components for stormwater ponds|table]])
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