Although they originated outside of our watershed, these resources have been selected because they are relevant to our arid and semi-arid climate.
‘Potential of Green Infrastructure to Restore Predevelopment Water Budget of a Semi-arid Urban Catchment’ (Salt Lake City -Journal of Hydrology 2016)
‘Bioretention Design for Xeric Climates Based on Ecological Principles’ (Salt Lake City – Journal of the American Water Resources Association 2012)
‘A Review of Applicability and Effectiveness of Low Impact Development/Green Infrastructure Practices in Arid/Semi-Arid United States’ (Journal of Arid Environments, 2015)
Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis of GI/LID in Phoenix, AZ.” (City of Phoenix, June 2018)
Stormwater Quality Monitoring at La Farge Library (Santa Fe- Southwest Urban Hydrology/Aaron Kauffman)
‘Tree and Impervious Cover Change in U.S. Cities’ (El Sevier 2012 – Includes research on Albuquerque)
“Give Me the Numbers, How Trees and Urban Forests Really Affect Stormwater Runoff” (USDA Forest Service webinar, 2017)