Storm water pollution from urban land activity: development of analytical procedures for predicting storm water pollution from urban areas by use of selectively defined urban characteristics
Federal Water Quality Administration; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], 1970 - Storm sewers - 325 pages
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15 test areas acre amount antecedent event Arkansas River arterial streets Average Daily Bird Creek City of Tulsa classifications coefficient commercial correlation density developed dissolved solids drainage area drainage basin drainage channel drainage characteristics drainage shed Environmental Index estimated Factor analysis Fecal Coliform Fecal Streptococcus fifteen test areas flow geometric mean housing impervious area independent variables lbs./acre located Oklahoma Organic Kjeldahl Nitrogen parameter concentrations parcel percent level pollution parameters pollutional loads portion Prairie Plains precipitation events rainfall receiving streams regression analysis regression equations residential area runoff water samples collected Section sewage shown in Table Solids mg/1 Soluble Orthophosphate Spavinaw storage Storm Drain storm sewer storm water pollution storm water runoff suspended solids Thousands/100 ml tion TMAPC total coliform Total Solids Tulsa area Tulsa International Airport Tulsa Metropolitan Area urban area Urban Storm Water vacant lot Verdigris River water quality watershed ZONING