Urban Best Management & Low Impact Development Practices Thumbnail

Media Type:

Fact Sheet | Brochure | Poster | Extension Report | Research Summary

Publication Number:

IISG19-HCE-RLA-027

Pages:

4

Description:

This publication discusses the benefits of several urban best management practices for protecting or improving water quality. These BMPs are used in the Long-Term Hydrologic Impact Assessment model in the Tipping Point Planner decision support system.

This document is available through the Purdue Extension Education Store at https://mdc.itap.purdue.edu/item.asp?Item_Number=FNR-580-W.

Recommended Citation

Wegleitner, Ben, Kara Salazar, Daniel Walker, and Lydia Utley. Urban Best Management & Low Impact Development Practices. 2019. Fact Sheet IISG19-HCE-RLA-027. Purdue University Extension, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant, West Lafayette, Indiana. http://www.iiseagrant.org/publications/urban-best-management-low-impact-development-practices.

Creators

Daniel Walker, Kara Salazar, Lydia Utley

Year

2019

Focus Areas

Healthy Coastal Ecosystems, Resilient Communities and Economies

Topics

Stormwater & Green Infrastructure, Sustainable Community Planning