Keywords

Water resources development, Watershed management, Florida

Abstract

Stormwater management necessitates a regional plan based on the best practical methods. "Storm", a mathematical model, is employed to simulate runoff conditions in the Shingle Creek Basin. The computed runoff quantity is calibrated directly with the streams hydrograph. Runoff quality is predicted with two sets of pollutant loading rates. The scope of the model is expanded by development of parametric curves that can be used to convert measured quality data to input land use loadings. A parametric study is also performed to fabricate the effects of urbanization on the Shingle Creek Basin.

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Graduation Date

1975

Advisor

Wanielista, Martin P.

Degree

Master of Science (M.S.)

College

College of Engineering

Format

PDF

Pages

vi, 87 pages

Language

English

Rights

Public Domain

Length of Campus-only Access

None

Access Status

Masters Thesis (Open Access)

Identifier

DP0012703

Subjects

Water resources development -- Florida, Watershed management -- Florida

Collection (Linked data)

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Engineering Commons

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