Reduction in Total Phosphorus to Silver Lake: A Pre-Feasibility Study

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Reduction in Total Phosphorus to Silver Lake: A Pre-Feasibility Study

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2014

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Resilient Communities Project (RCP), University of Minnesota

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This project was completed as part of the 2013-2014 Resilient Communities Project (rcp.umn.edu) partnership with the City of North St. Paul. After several heavy storms, the City of North St. Paul determined a need to address localized flooding issues. Project lead Morgan Dawley worked with students in CE 5511: Urban Hydrology, taught by Dr. John Gulliver, to find the most effective solutions for stormwater management and reducing total phosphorus loads in local waters. The students focused on Silver Lake, and determined that raingardens and street sweeping would be the most efficient solutions for the City. The final report, presentation, and poster are available.

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Report, presentation, and poster completed by students enrolled in CE 5511: Urban Hydrology, taught by Dr. John Gulliver in spring 2014.

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This project was supported by the Resilient Communities Project (RCP), a program at the University of Minnesota whose mission is to connect communities in Minnesota with U of MN faculty and students to advance community resilience through collaborative, course-based projects. RCP is a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA). More information at http://www.rcp.umn.edu.

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Bonnema, Matthew; Perry, Gwyneth; Warner, Nathan; Young, Christopher. (2014). Reduction in Total Phosphorus to Silver Lake: A Pre-Feasibility Study. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/194805.

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