Lake Tahoe EIP

P074: Tools to Quantify Urban Stormwater Load Reduction From SEZ Restoration Actions

Project Number
04.01.01.0113
Action Priority
Conduct Applied Scientific Research
Implementers
2nd Nature, LLC
Primary Contact
Maggie Mathias (maggie@2ndnaturellc.com)
Stage
Completed
Duration
2007 - 2013
Science Program Conduct Applied Scientific Research
This report and associated digital Stream Load Reduction Tool (SLRTv1) calculation templates are the final products for two complementary research efforts funded by the USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station using funds from SNPLMA research grants. The combined research goals were to obtain and leverage SEZ specific data to develop a methodology that estimates the average annual pollutant load reduction associated with SEZ restoration efforts. SEZ restoration efforts that include functional geomorphic improvements have, and continue to be, conducted in the Tahoe Basin with a common goal and assumption that they provide a long-term downstream water quality benefit.

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  • Water Quality

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