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Rouge Project Presentations on Storm Water Management

Representatives of the Rouge Project have presented numerous technical papers and presentations at professional meetings and conferences about the use of the storm water management approach being used in the Rouge River watershed. Those papers and presentations are listed below and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate title. See also Storm Water Reports for more technical information on the storm water management program.

DATE TITLE OF PAPER OR PRESENTATION AND AUTHOR(S)
December 2001 Stormwater Control Using a Watershed Mangement Plan, by Kelly A. Cave and Dale S. Bryson, 7 pgs in "Stormwater" magazine.
August 2001 Planning and Assessment of Best Management Practices in the Rouge River Watershed, by Kelly Cave and Carl Johnson, 18 pgs, at the United Engineering Foundation at Snomass, Colorado.
July 2000 Achieving Multiple Objectives Through a Single Watershed Plan by Kelly A. Cave, Dale S. Bryson, and James W. Ridgway, 25 pgs, at Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
July 2000 Measuring the Soft Stuff-Evaluating Public Involvement in Urban Watershed Restortion by Josephine Powell and Jack Bails,15 pgs at Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
July 2000 Public Involvement Programs That Support Water Quality Management by Josephine Powell and Zachare Ball, 12 pgs at Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
February 2000 Implementation of Michigan's Voluntary Storm Water Permit - A Community Perspective by Kelly A. Cave, Dale S. Bryson, Kelly C Kelly and Jack Bails, 10 pgs, at the Urban Retrofit Conference, Chicago.
October 1999 Can a Watershed Be Managed? Leading the Efforts of Public Agencies and Local Communities in the Rouge River Watershed by Carl R. Johnson, Vyto P. Kaunelis, Kelly A. Cave at WEFTEC 99, New Orleans.
October 1999 Will the New Federal Phase 2 Storm Water Program Work? : Test Case with Michigan's Voluntary General Storm Water Permit by Kelly A. Cave, Dale S. Bryson, Jack D. Bails,-15 pgs, at WEFTEC 99, New Orleans.
February 1999 Receiving Water Quality Indicators for Judging Stream Improvement by Kelly A. Cave, 21 pgs, at A Seminar on Advancements in Water and Wastewater, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
February 1999 The Rouge Project: Implementing a General Storm Water Permit as Part of a Watershed Approach to Wet Weather Pollution Management, by James E. Murray, Kelly A. Cave, Dale S. Bryson, and Jack D. Bails at USEPA Permitting Symposium, Durham, SC.
October 1998 Implementing a Model Watershed Approach Through A StateGeneral Storm Water NPDES Permit by Kelly A. Cave and Jack Bails, 10 pgs, at WEFTEC 98, Orlando.
October 1998 What Does the Rouge Project Know That May Save You Money On Wet Weather Controls by James E. Murray, Dale S. Bryson, and Kelly A.Cave, 13 pgs, at WEFTEC 98, Orlando.
September 1998 The Rouge Project: A Watershed Approach to Wet Weather Pollution Management by James E. Murray, Kelly A. Cave, Jack D. Bails and Dale S. Bryson, 7 pgs, at Third International Conference on Diffuse Pollution, Edinburgh, Scotland.
September 1998 Wet Weather Control Demonstration Activities in Southeast Michigan: Some Lessons Learned by James E. Murray, Kelly A. Cave and Dale S. Bryson, 6 pgs at the IAWQ Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland.
July 1998 Environmental Monitoring Program to Support the Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project by Louis C. Reganmorter, and Vyto P. Kaunelis, 8 pgs, at the Monitoring Conference, Reno.
June 1998 The Effectiveness of Freshwater Wetlands for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control in the Rouge River Watershed by Donald L. Tilton, Douglas L. Denison, and Flora McCormack, 10 pgs at WEF Specialty Conference, Cleveland.
May 1998 Adapting Regulatory Frameworks to Accommodate Watershed Approaches to Storm Water Management by James E. Murray and Kelly A. Cave, 8 pgs, at Seminar on Storm Water and Watershed Management, Dallas.
February 1998 Taking Root: Sowing and Harvesting the Seeds of Public Involvement and Education by Josephine Powell, Noel Mullett and Zachare Ball, 6 pgs, at the National Conference on Retrofit Opportunities for Water Resource Protection in Urban Environments, Chicago.
February 1998 Water Quality Modeling to Support the Rouge River Restoration by Edward H. Kluitenberg, Gary W. Mercer, W & Vyto Kaunelis, 13 pgs at the Urban Retrofit Conference, Chicago.
October 1997 Adapting Regulatory Frameworks to Accommodate Watershed Approaches to Storm Water Management by Robert H. Fredericks, Kelly A. Cave, and Jack D. Bails, 9 pgs WEFTEC 97, Chicago.
October 1997 Communicating River Quality Information to the Public Using a Graphical Indicator Approach, by Elliott Smith, Colleen Hughes, Karen Snyder, 14 pgs at WEFTEC 97, Chicago.
October 1996 An Aesthetic Quality Index For The Rouge River by Thomas M. Heidtke, and Eric Tauriainen, 12 pgs at WEFTEC 96, Dallas.
October 1996 The Successes in Implementing an Urban Watershed Approach-The Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project by James E. Murray, and Dale S. Bryson, 6 pgs at WEFTEC 96, Dallas.
June 1996 One Size Does Not Fit All: Stormwater is a Bigger Issue Since Local Communities Have No Regulatory Requirements Through CSO Controls by James W. Ridgway, Robert Tolpa, Ellen Lindquist, and Roy Schrameck, 4 pgs, at Watershed 96, Baltimore.
June 1996 Storm Water Permitting: A Watershed Perspective by James E. Murray, Kelly A. Cave and John M. Bona, 5 pgs at Watershed 96, Baltimore.
October 1994 Rouge River Watershed Nonpoint Source Management: Significant Components of Urban Pollutant Loads-Crossing the Final Hurdles for Achieving Water Quality Standards by Flora M. McCormack, and James W. Ridgway, 12 pgs. at WEF94.

 


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The Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project is funded, in part, by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Grants #XP995743-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, -08 and C-264000-01.