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As engineers, we found this video to be quite fascinating. It dissects and answers an interesting question: How do trees transfer straight up – sometimes as much as 300 vertical feet? Found on the Blue Water Baltimore Facebook page. While … Continue reading
Ted Scott will be the Keynote presenter at the Ohio Stormwater Conference. He will be discussing the state of Stormwater in 2012 including: past efforts to address stormwater issues, current trends, and a look toward the challenges that lie ahead.
Ted Scott is honored to have been invited to be part of a presentation team at the White House Council on Environmental Quality discussing the economic impacts of Green Infrastructure. This briefing is facilitated by American Rivers and the Water Environment Federation.
This new report says it can be. Check it out here.
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Animated graph of dissolved oxygen measured in Chesapeake Bay at Susquehanna Flats during July 2011 by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. This graph also includes water surface elevations measured by NOAA at Tolchester Beach and Chesapeake City, wind speed … Continue reading
It has always amazed us how difficult it is to find native plants at local nurseries. From a practical standpoint, it is logical that the plant species that originally grew in specific local areas are the ones that will do … Continue reading
Great Powerpoint presentation on maintenance of bioretention systems by Bill Hunt from the NC State Biological and Agricultural Stormwater Engineering Group. Take a look here.
Ted Scott extensively quoted in the lead article of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) Stormwater Report. A good read, check it out here.