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Laboratory Study on the Hydraulic Performance of Bioretention for Stormwater Management in Cold ClimatesDownload
Bioretention has shown effective stormwater peak flow and volume reduction in warm and temperate climates. However, the applicability of bioretention for successful stormwater management in cold and semi-arid regions such as Edmonton is still not well understood. Four large bioretention columns...
Municipal stormwater retention ponds are a means of managing stormwater in urban settings. Due to the temporal and spatial variations involved with stormwater, numerous contaminants find their way in stormwater retention pond, creating various problems to mitigate against. The City of Edmonton...
The value of stormwater wetlands for supporting multiple life-history stages of the wood frog (Lithobates sylvaticus) in the City of Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaDownload
I reviewed 32 urban amphibian studies from North America and found most amphibians respond negatively to urbanization (69 negative responses, 6 positive and 35 no effect). Additionally, I conducted amphibian surveys (adult, egg, larvae, and metamorphs) at 75 wetlands located throughout the City...