Journal article

From Rain Tanks to Catchments: Use of Low-Impact Development To Address Hydrologic Symptoms of the Urban Stream Syndrome

Asal Askarizadeh, Megan A Rippy, Tim D Fletcher, David L Feldman, Jian Peng, Peter Bowler, Andrew S Mehring, Brandon K Winfrey, Jasper A Vrugt, Amir AghaKouchak, Sunny C Jiang, Brett F Sanders, Lisa A Levin, Scott Taylor, Stanley B Grant

Environmental Science & Technology | AMER CHEMICAL SOC | Published : 2015

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Awarded by National Science Foundation Partnerships for International Research and Education


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Awarded by USC Sea Grant (NOAA)


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Funding Acknowledgements

This work was supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation Partnerships for International Research and Education (OISE-1243543). The NSF Water-PIRE team is investigating ecological, engineering, hydrologic, and social science aspects of LID technologies and water management in Melbourne (Australia) and Southern California (U.S.) with the goal of integrating these aspects into decision-making tools that improve urban water sustainability (http://water-pire.uci.edu/). S.G.B. acknowledges financial support from an Australian Research Council Discovery Project (DP130103619) and L.A.L. acknowledges financial support from USC Sea Grant (NOAA award USC 61207781). The authors thank three anonymous reviewers and the following individuals for their careful review of the manuscript: M. Stewardson, R. Casas-Mulet, E. Gee, A. McCluskey, A. Herrero, and B. Celine.