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    1. Abbott, CL; Comino-Mateos, L
      In situ performance monitoring of an infiltration drainage system and field testing of current design procedures

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    2. Rose, S; Peters, NE
      Effects of urbanization on streamflow in the Atlanta area (Georgia, USA): a comparative hydrological approach

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    3. Marais, M; Armitage, N; Pithey, S
      A study of the litter loadings in urban drainage systems - methodology andobjectives

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    4. Meirlaen, J; Huyghebaert, B; Sforzi, F; Benedetti, L; Vanrolleghem, P
      Fast, simultaneous simulation of the integrated urban wastewater system using mechanistic surrogate models

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    5. Bardin, JP; Gautier, A; Barraud, S; Chocat, B
      The purification performance of infiltration basins fitted with pretreatment facilities: a case study

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    6. Semadeni-Davies, A; Lundberg, A; Bengtsson, L
      Radiation balance of urban snow: a water management perspective

      COLD REGIONS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    7. D'Arcy, B; Frost, A
      The role of best management practices in alleviating water quality problems associated with diffuse pollution

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    8. Howe, J; White, I
      Flooding: Are we ignoring the real problem and solution?

      REGIONAL STUDIES
    9. Maheepala, UK; Takyi, AK; Perera, BJC
      Hydrological data monitoring for urban stormwater drainage systems

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    10. Oberts, GL; Marsalek, J; Viklander, M
      Review of water quality impacts of winter operation of urban drainage

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    11. Sonesson, U; Bjorklund, A; Carlsson, M; Dalemo, M
      Environmental and economic analysis of management systems for biodegradable waste

      RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING
    12. Van Buren, MA; Watt, WE; Marsalek, J; Anderson, BC
      Thermal enhancement of stormwater runoff by paved surfaces

      WATER RESEARCH
    13. Deletic, A; Ashley, R; Rest, D
      Modelling input of fine granular sediment into drainage systems via gully-pots

      WATER RESEARCH
    14. Previdi, F; Lovera, R; Mambretti, S
      Identification of the rainfall-runoff relationship in urban drainage networks

      CONTROL ENGINEERING PRACTICE
    15. Harremoes, P; Madsen, H
      Fiction and reality in the modelling world - Balance between simplicity and complexity, calibration and identifiability, verification and falsification

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    16. Willems, P
      Stochastic generation of spatial rainfall for urban drainage areas

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    17. Zug, M; Bellefleur, D; Phan, L; Scrivener, O
      HORUS: A conceptual model of pollution simulation in sewer networks

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Capart, H; Bogaerts, C; Kevers-Leclercq, J; Zech, Y
      Robust numerical treatment of flow transitions at drainage pipe boundaries

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    19. Tyack, JN; Fenner, RA
      Computational fluid dynamics modelling of velocity profiles without a hydrodynamic separator

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. Fenner, RA; Sweeting, L
      A decision support model for the rehabilitation of "non-critical" sewers

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Cassar, A; Verworn, HR
      Modifications of rainfall runoff and decision finding models for on-line simulation in real time control

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Makropoulos, C; Butler, D; Maksimovic, C
      GIS supported evaluation of source control applicability in urban areas

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    23. Grum, M; Aalderink, RH
      Uncertainty in return period analysis of combined sewer overflow effects using embedded Monte Carlo simulations

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    24. Barraud, S; Gautier, A; Bardin, JP; Riou, V
      The impact of intentional stormwater infiltration on soil and groundwater

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    25. Jefferies, C; Aitken, A; McLean, N; Macdonald, K; McKissock, G
      Assessing the performance of urban BMPs in Scotland

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    26. Sansalone, JJ
      Adsorptive infiltration of metals in urban drainage - media characteristics

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    27. RAUCH W; HARREMOES P
      CORRELATION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW REDUCTION DUE TO REAL-TIME CONTROL AND RESULTING EFFECT ON THE OXYGEN CONCENTRATION IN THE RIVER

      Water science and technology
    28. MIKKELSEN PS; MADSEN H; ARNBJERGNIELSEN K; JORGENSEN HK; ROSBJERG D; HARREMOES P
      A RATIONALE FOR USING LOCAL AND REGIONAL POINT RAINFALL DATA FOR DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF URBAN STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    29. RAUCH W; THURNER N; HARREMOES P
      REQUIRED ACCURACY OF RAINFALL DATA FOR INTEGRATED URBAN DRAINAGE MODELING

      Water science and technology
    30. KREJCIK J; KREJCI V; MUSILOVA S; STRANSKY D
      RAINFALL DATA MONITORING AND APPLICATION FOR URBAN HYDROLOGY IN THE CZECH-REPUBLIC

      Water science and technology
    31. PAGLIARA S; VITI C; GOZZINI B; MENEGUZZO F; CRISCI A
      UNCERTAINTIES AND TRENDS IN EXTREME RAINFALL SERIES IN TUSCANY, ITALY- EFFECTS ON URBAN DRAINAGE NETWORKS DESIGN

      Water science and technology
    32. GRUM M
      INCORPORATING CONCEPTS FROM PHYSICAL THEORY INTO STOCHASTIC MODELING OF URBAN RUNOFF POLLUTION

      Water science and technology
    33. Rauch, W; Aalderink, H; Krebs, P; Schilling, W; Vanrolleghem, P
      Requirements for integrated wastewater models - Driven by receiving water objectives

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    34. Zug, M; Girard, R; Phan, L; Rossi, L; Bellefleur, D
      COD modelling in sewer networks

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    35. DELETIC A
      THE FIRST FLUSH LOAD OF URBAN SURFACE RUNOFF

      Water research (Oxford)
    36. MIKKELSEN PS; ARNBJERGNIELSEN K; HARREMOES P
      CONSEQUENCES FOR ESTABLISHED DESIGN PRACTICE FROM GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION OF HISTORICAL RAINFALL DATA

      Water science and technology
    37. JOHANN G; VERWORN HR
      REQUIREMENTS FOR RADAR RAINFALL DATA IN URBAN CATCHMENT MODELING AND CONTROL

      Water science and technology
    38. GUSTAFSSON LG; WINBERG S; REFSGAARD A
      TOWARDS A DISTRIBUTED PHYSICALLY-BASED MODEL DESCRIPTION OF THE URBANAQUATIC ENVIRONMENT

      Water science and technology
    39. LOKE E; WARNAARS EA; JACOBSEN P; NELEN F; ALMEIDA MD
      ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS AS A TOOL IN URBAN STORM DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    40. GRUM M; AALDERINK RH; LIJKLEMA L; SPLIID H
      THE UNDERLYING STRUCTURE OF SYSTEMATIC VARIATIONS IN THE EVENT MEAN CONCENTRATIONS

      Water science and technology
    41. UCHIMURA K; NAKAMURA E; FUJITA S
      CHARACTERISTICS OF STORMWATER RUNOFF AND ITS CONTROL IN JAPAN

      Water science and technology
    42. HERRMANN T; KLAUS U
      FLUXES OF NUTRIENTS IN URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - ASSESSMENT OF SOURCES, PATHWAYS AND TREATMENT TECHNIQUES

      Water science and technology
    43. RAUCH W; HARREMOES P
      ACUTE POLLUTION OF RECIPIENTS IN URBAN AREAS

      Water science and technology
    44. VANMAMEREN H; CLEMENS F
      GUIDELINES FOR HYDRODYNAMIC CALCULATIONS ON URBAN DRAINAGE IN THE NETHERLANDS - OVERVIEW AND PRINCIPLES

      Water science and technology
    45. BREUR KJ; VANLEEUWEN PERM; DELLAERT NP
      DERIVING DISCHARGE STRATEGIES TO REDUCE CSO IN URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    46. PRICE RK; CATTERSON GJ
      MONITORING AND MODELING IN URBAN DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    47. ANDOH RYG; DECLERCK C
      A COST-EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO STORMWATER MANAGEMENT - SOURCE CONTROL AND DISTRIBUTED STORAGE

      Water science and technology
    48. HERRMANN T; HASSE K
      WAYS TO GET WATER - RAINWATER UTILIZATION OR LONG-DISTANCE WATER-SUPPLY - A HOLISTIC ASSESSMENT

      Water science and technology
    49. GRUM M; AALDERINK RH
      A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO URBAN RUNOFF POLLUTION MODELING

      Water science and technology
    50. RUAN MC; WIGGERS JBM
      APPLICATION OF TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS TO URBAN STORM DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    51. PAPA F; ADAMS BJ
      APPLICATION OF DERIVED PROBABILITY AND DYNAMIC-PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUESTO PLANNING REGIONAL STORMWATER MANAGEMENT-SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    52. LARSEN TA; GUJER W
      THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT

      Water science and technology
    53. BUTLER D; PARKINSON J
      TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE URBAN DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    54. BOLLER M
      TRACKING HEAVY-METALS REVEALS SUSTAINABILITY DEFICITS OF URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    55. KREBS P; LARSEN TA
      GUIDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS BY SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA

      Water science and technology
    56. CHEN J; BECK MB
      TOWARDS DESIGNING SUSTAINABLE URBAN WASTE-WATER INFRASTRUCTURES - A SCREENING ANALYSIS

      Water science and technology
    57. DAVIS A; JACOB RP; ELLETT B
      A REVIEW OF ROAD-GULLY SPACING METHODS

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    58. RAUCH W; HARREMOES P
      THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TREATMENT-PLANT PERFORMANCE DURING RAIN TO ACUTE WATER-POLLUTION

      Water science and technology
    59. GUYMER I; OBRIEN R; HARRISON C
      REPRESENTATION OF SOLUTE TRANSPORT AND MIXING WITHIN A SURCHARGED BENCHED MANHOLE USING AN AGGREGATED DEAD ZONE (ADZ) TECHNIQUE

      Water science and technology
    60. SCHMITT TG; WILDERER PA
      ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-EDUCATION IN GERMANY

      Water science and technology
    61. TYACK JN; HEDGES PD; SMISSON RPM
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SETTLING VELOCITY GRADING AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONTRIBUTING CATCHMENT

      Water science and technology
    62. KREJCI V
      INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE POINT NON POINT-POLLUTION ABATEMENT IN URBAN DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    63. TOMANOVIC A; MAKSIMOVIC C
      IMPROVED MODELING OF SUSPENDED-SOLIDS DISCHARGE FROM ASPHALT SURFACE DURING STORM EVENT

      Water science and technology
    64. LEI JH; SCHILLING W
      PRELIMINARY UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS - A PREREQUISITE FOR ASSESSING THE PREDICTIVE UNCERTAINTY OF HYDROLOGIC-MODELS

      Water science and technology
    65. NORREYS R; CLUCKIE I
      REAL-TIME ASSESSMENT OF TRANSIENT SPILLS (RATS)

      Water science and technology
    66. ROESNER LA; ROWNEY AC
      NATIONAL STORM WATER-QUALITY REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS

      Journal of Hydraulic Research
    67. SZAFNICKI K; GRAILLOT D
      KNOWLEDGE-BASED REAL-TIME FAULT-DETECTION AND SUPERVISION OF URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

      Automatica
    68. BURROWS R; MEHMOOD K
      A UNIT-HYDROGRAPH METHOD FOR STORM OVERFLOW PERFORMANCE SIMULATION

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    69. ELLIS JB
      INTEGRATED APPROACHES FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN STORM DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    70. BLANC D; KELLAGHER R; PHAN L; PRICE R
      FLUPOL MOSQITO, MODELS, SIMULATIONS, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT

      Water science and technology
    71. BARNETT AG; MACMURRAY HL; WALLACE PL; LESTER RT
      MODELING OF INUNDATION MANAGEMENT DURING EXTREME STORMS

      Water science and technology
    72. BERTRANDKRAJEWSKI JL; LEFEBVRE M; LEFAI B; AUDIC JM
      FLOW AND POLLUTANT MEASUREMENTS IN A COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM TO OPERATEA WASTE-WATER TREATMENT-PLANT AND ITS STORAGE TANK DURING STORM EVENTS

      Water science and technology
    73. GUYMER I; OBRIEN R
      THE EFFECTS OF SURCHARGED MANHOLES ON THE TRAVEL-TIME AND DISPERSION OF SOLUTES IN SEWER SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    74. BECK MB; CHEN J; SAUL AJ; BUTLER D
      URBAN DRAINAGE IN THE 21ST-CENTURY - ASSESSMENT OF NEW TECHNOLOGY ON THE BASIS OF GLOBAL MATERIAL FLOWS

      Water science and technology
    75. GROTEHUSMANN D; KHELIL A; SIEKER F; UHL M
      ALTERNATIVE URBAN DRAINAGE CONCEPTS AND DESIGN

      Water science and technology
    76. HEDGES PD
      THE PREDICTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW PERFORMANCE FROM MODELS - ACASE-STUDY

      Water science and technology
    77. GRIFFIN S; BAUWENS W; AHMAD K
      URBAN DRAINAGE MODELING INTELLIGENT ASSISTANT

      Water science and technology
    78. MARSALEK J; BARNWELL TO; GEIGER W; GROTTKER M; HUBER WC; SAUL AJ; SCHILLING W; TORNO HC
      URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - DESIGN AND OPERATION

      Water science and technology
    79. VERBANCK MA; ASHLEY RM
      INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ORIGIN, OCCURRENCE AND BEHAVIOR OF SEDIMENTS IN SEWER SYSTEMS - OUTLINE OF TECHNICAL CONCLUSIONS

      Water science and technology


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