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  • As others have noted, landscape design is a complex problem.  For example, here in Austin we need be sure to address drought tolerance, water use, pest management, habitat, freeze tolerance and maintainability while discouraging the use of invasive and noxious species.  The critical considerations vary ...

  • This is a complicated topic and requirements vary substantially by region, local conditions, and the intent of the project.  Most of the commonly available literature is very general in its recommendations.  Can you provide a little more context for your request?  I strongly recommend seeking out a ...

  • Hi Christopher, I have found a lot of useful information in the attached manual.  The later sections have information on planting best practices and compatible growing conditions for different plants.  Hope this helps! Cheers, DC ------------------------------ Daniel Clasby EIT, A.M.ASCE Whitinsville ...

  • I'm curious about what will be done with the reclaimed phosphorous.  Phosphorous has tremendous value as the world reserves are being depleted and eventually washed into the oceans.  Professor Dave Karl, PhD., University of Hawaii, has been working on a method of reclaiming phosphorous from the oceans and ...

  • This looks like a great project.  It seems like this is similar to a constructed wetland, but I can't tell from the rendering what kind.  Is vertically dosed or subsurface flow?  Is the media floating on top of the water like a floating wetland?  We've done various types of constructed wetlands for stormwater ...

  • I am interested in the stormwater management projects using "continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC)" approach in the New England area. I am particularly interested in how successfully the water quality sensors (e.g. conductivity) have been integrated into the CMAC projects. I would appreciate ...

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