|Modeling of underdrains in SWMM LID-units 01 Jan 2017Research Project|
|Stormwater Management Feasibility Study Exhibition Place, Toronto 01 Sep 2016Research Project|
|An EPA SWMM Integrated Model for Calculating the Pollutant Removal Efficiency of Low Impact Development Practices 01 Sep 2016Research Project|
|Stormwater Drainage Network for South West Chennai City 01 Jan 2016Research Project|
|The Use of PCSWMM for Assessing the Impacts of Land Use Changes on Hydrological Responses and Performance of WSUD in Managing the Impacts at Myponga Catchment, South Australia 01 Jul 2015Research Project|
|Using PCSWMM to Simulate First Flush and Assess Performance of Extended Dry Detention Ponds as Structural Stormwater BMPs in a Large Polluted Urban Watershed 01 May 2015Research Project|
|A Methodology for Linking 2D Overland Flow Models with the Sewer Network Model SWMM 5.1 based on Dynamic Link Libraries 01 Jan 2015Research Project|
|The Viability of Urban Stormwater Ponds to Function as Water Resources in Cape Town 01 Jan 2015Research Project|
|Integrated Sensing and Prediction of Urban Water for Sustainable Cities 01 Oct 2014Research Project|
|Understanding the Relationship Between Urban Best Management Practices and Ecosystem Services 01 Aug 2014Research Project|
|Modeling for Integrated Water Quality Planning in Cleveland, Ohio 01 Jan 2014Research Project|
|Evaluation of Urban Low Impact Development (LID) Practices in Reducing Peak Discharge and Runoff Volume 01 Aug 2013Research Project|
|Measuring and Modeling the Impact of Roadway Runoff on a Headwater Tributary of the Cahaba River 01 Jan 2013Research Project|
|Assessment of the Urban Small Hydropower System at Malaysia 01 Dec 2012Research Project|
|Utilizing GIS in the Development of Detailed Distribution Urban Drainage Models 01 Oct 2012Research Project|
|Assessing the ability of infiltration-based WSUD systems to manage channel-forming flow regimes in greenfield catchment developments: A catchment scale investigation 01 Dec 2010Research Project|
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