PROCEEDINGS OF NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON URBAN HYDROLOGY, HYDRAULICS AND SEDIMENT CONTROL
The following papers are presented: Urban water management considerations and techniques, D. Griffin; Legal problems with increased runoff through land development, A.R. Pagan; The national weather service program in urban stormwater management W.L. Joren, K.R. Jones; The dam problem of urban hydrology, J. Smiley, C.T. Haan; Flood frequency studies on ungaged urban watersheds using remotely sensed data, T.J. Jackson, R.M. Ragan, R.P. Shubinski; Water management general-Reporters comments, D.E. Overton; Response to reporters comments, E.V. Diniz; Evaluation procedure for major urban drainage and flood control projects, L.H. Botham, L. Rice, N.S. Grigg; Roof retention of rainfall to limit urban runoff, F.J. Respond; Quantifying the effects of porous pavements on urban runoff, E.V. Diniz; Overflow abatement alternatives selected by combining continuous and single event simulations, W.F. Geiger, S.A. LaBella, G.C. McDonal; Estimation of the above-ground runoff hydrograph for storm sewer design purposes, P.R. Helliwell, C.H.R. Kidd, M.J. Lowing; Urban sediment control and steam morphology, C. Hannum; Diminution ratios for planning construction-area sediment controls, H.P. Guy; Stream-channel morphology (Reporters comments), L. A. Brown; Response to reporters comments, H.L. Fox; Channel alternation in an urbanizing watershed: A case history in Maryland, H.L. Fox; The effects of urbanization on stream channel morphology, A.M. Robinson; Sedimentation, General (Reporters comments), G.R. Foster; Response to reporters comments, C.Y. Kuo; Response to reporters comments, D.C. Curtis; Sediment routing in an in-stream settling basin, C.Y. Kuo; A deterministic urban storm water and sedigment discharge model, D.C. Curtis; Sedimentation from an established urban watershed, H.S. Peary; Land disturbance and urban sediment control in Australia, J.D. Lawson, I.C. 1O'Niell; Urban hydrologic models--Development and Verification, C. Hannum; Penn State runoff model for the analysis if timings of subwatershed resonse to storms; D.F. Strahl; Response to reporters comments, G.D. Cole, J.W. Shutt; Response to reporters comments, W.C. Mills, W.M. Snyder, T.K. Woody, R.B. Slack, J.D. Dean; SWMM as a predictive model for runoff, G.D. Cole, J.W. Shult; Santa Clara Valley water district urban hydrology use of the Corps of engineers flood hydrograph package HEC-1 as apredictive model, A.D. Saah, E. Watson; Use of a piecewise linear model with spatial structure and input for evaluating agriculatural to urban hydrologic impact, W.C. Mills, W.M. Snyder, T.K. Woody, R.B. Slack, J.D. Dean; Selection of a design storm for use with simulation models, C. Abraham, T.C. lyons, K.W. Schulz; Comparison of the predictive accuracy of models of urban flow and water quality processes, M.E. Jennings, H.C. Mattraw; Urban hydrologic modles Case studies, R. Kuffsey; A case study: Green trails development, Lisle, Illinois, R.W. Lindley; Ralston Creek flooding induced by South branch urbanization, T.E. Croley II, J.R. Barnard; Urban flooding response to land use change, W.M.Fitch, J.P. Hartigan, M.L. Iwanski; Real time control of storage in a combined sewersystem, B.H. Bradford; analysis of flows from a semi-arid urban watershed in Lubbock, Texas, R.H. Ramsey III, R.M. Gibson, B.H. Bailey; An interim flood control program for a combined sewered residential area, E.C. Pahlke, S.P. Mark. The following mini courses were presented: Prediction and control of urbanerosion and sedimentation, L.D. Meyer and M.A. Ports; Hydraulics of urban drainage systems, D.T.Y. Kao; Urban runoff hydrographis--Basic principles, C.T. Hann.
- Symposium was also sponsored by American Society of Agricultural Engineers, American Geophysical Union and the Kentucky Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
University of Kentucky, LexingtonCollege of Engineering, 176 Raymond Building
Lexington, KY United States 40506
- Publication Date: 1976-7-27
- Features: Figures; Photos; Tables;
- Pagination: 386 p.
- TRT Terms: Design storm; Floods; Hydraulics; Hydrolysis; Mathematical models; Runoff; Sedimentation; Surface drainage; Urban areas; Water control; Watersheds
- Uncontrolled Terms: Models
- Old TRIS Terms: Highway drainage
- Subject Areas: Highways; Hydraulics and Hydrology;
- Accession Number: 00163693
- Record Type: Publication
- Report/Paper Numbers: UKY BU111 Proceeding
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 7 1978 12:00AM