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Soil erosion from construction sites can cause sedimentation of nearby water bodies. Mandatory sediment controls can reduce sedimentation. What determines the degree to w [...]
2011 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Two reduced-form, econometric models of developed land area were estimated with the data from the USDA’'s National Resource Inventory and numerous other sources for 49 s [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Growth of urban areas and impervious surfaces in the U.S. has increased the environmental impacts of stormwater runoff and the public’s interest in regulation of those [...]
2004-10 | Report |
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A reduced-form model of developed land area was estimated with data from 49 states for 1982-1997. This area increases with a state's lagged population and its real econo [...]
2003 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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People spent $4.350 billion at California golf course facilities in 2000. The total sales, income, and tax impacts on the state economy were $7.872 billion, $4.546 billi [...]
2002 | Report |
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Growth of developed areas and impervious surfaces in the U.S. has increased the environmental impacts of stormwater runoff and the public’s interest in regulation of th [...]
2006-05 | Report |
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As North Carolina’s economy has grown, the need to mitigate negative effects of land disturbance on aquatic ecosystems has also grown. The regulatory authority to requi [...]
2008-01 | Report |
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As North Carolina’s economy has grown, the need to mitigate adverse impacts of land disturbance on aquatic ecosystems has also grown. When land disturbance adversely af [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |

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