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Tweaking Bioretention Systems to Improve Performance

In many of our watersheds, runoff from impervious surfaces leads to both high hydraulic loads and excess nutrients in our surface waters. We’ve found...

Embracing Change and Opportunities

I think there is one thing the entire global community agrees on: The year 2020 was a statistical outlier, one that was significantly different...
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Incorporated Compost Effects on Infiltration, Water Quality and Vegetation Establishment

By Christina N. Kranz, Ph.D.; Joshua L. Heitman, Ph.D.; Richard A. McLaughlin, Ph.D. Background Soil disturbed by mass grading associated with roadway construction exhibits increased bulk...

Controlling Erosion in Challenging Situations

By Rich McLaughlin, Ph.D. In some areas, preventing erosion is a relative “walk in the park” involving simple soil amendments, seeding and placing a temporary...

From Mining Site to Butterfly Habitat

Intentional Reclamation Efforts Improve Environment By Hal Lunsford, MPA; Stefano Rignanese, MS; Michael C. Korb, PE What do mine reclamation and butterfly gardens have in common?...

Shasta College Offers Unique Learning Lab

Erosion Control Training Facility Supports Hands-On Learning By John McCullah, CPESC Erosion and sediment control professionals often say—tongue in cheek—that, “The art and science of best...
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