Stormwater Pollution Modeling for LID, TMDL, and Retrofitting Analyses, An Overview of WinSLAMM
Monday, August 22, 2011
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
0.5 Continuing Education Unit
$195.00 (Attendee, Speaker, Sponsor, Exhibitor)
This course requires all attendees to have a laptop computer with them for use during the course. If you plan on attending with someone from your organization, you may also share a computer.
Attendees with their own laptop may use a temporary license of the model during the course. WinSLAMM can be run on a PC with Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, and will need a CD drive and/or a USB port to load the program. You will need administrative privileges for the computer if the program is not pre-loaded.
This hands-on computer-based course will demonstrate how to use WinSLAMM to utilize source area stormwater controls to maintain or create a hydrologically functional landscape that mimics natural watersheds’ hydrologic functions (volume, frequency, recharge, and discharge). By integrating source area controls into site design, you can approach the pre-development site stability to retain water and pollutants.
You will learn to:
•Quantify pollutant sources in complex urban watersheds
•Predict the performance and impact of many interacting development and control options
•Calculate pollutant loads and runoff volumes from various structural and non-structural management scenarios
•Estimate and compare the costs of stormwater control practices
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