This report covers the initial 15 months of effort to review the literature, select a prototype site, compare the performance of several automatic sampling devices, and install a prototype sampling site on I-5 north of Seattle.
Sunday, December 31, 1978
10/12/2016 - 15:40
Richard R. Horner, Stephen J. Burges, John F. Ferguson, Brian W. Mar, Eugene B. Welch.
University of Washington. Environmental Engineering and Science Program.
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Drainage, Environmental impacts, Environmental monitoring, Highways, Literature reviews, Measurement, Pollutants, Prototypes, Runoff, Samplers, Sampling, Water Quality.
Water Quality Impacts Associated with Leachates from Highway Woodwastes Embankments, (WA-RD 39.1).
Effects of Velocity and Nutrient Alterations on Stream Primary Producers and Associated Organisms, (WA-RD 39.2).
Composite Sampling of Highway Runoff: Year 2, (WA-RD 39.4).
Criteria and Requirements for Statewide Highway Runoff Monitoring Sites, (WA-RD 39.5).
Characterization of Highway Runoff in Washington State, (WA-RD 39.6).
Year 3 - Runoff Water Quality, August 1979 - August 1980, (WA-RD 39.7).
Views of Risk and Highway Transportation of Hazardous Materials - A Case Study in Gasoline, (WA-RD 39.8).
A Survey of Trace Organics in Highway Runoff in Seattle, Washington, (WA-RD 39.9).
Transport Deposition and Control of Heavy Metals in Highway Runoff, (WA-RD 39.10).
Effects of Seattle Area Highway Stormwater Runoff on Aquatic Biota, (WA-RD 39.11).
Highway Runoff in Washington State: Model Validation and Statistical Analysis, (WA-RD 39.12).
Assessment of Pollutant Loadings and Concentrations in Highway Stormwater, (WA-RD 39.12.1).
Year 4, Runoff Water Quality, August 1980-August 1981, (WA-RD 39.13).
Guide for Water Quality Impact Assessment of Highway Operations and Maintenance, (WA-RD 39.14).
Impacts of Channel Reconstruction in the Pilchuck River, (WA-RD 39.15).
Summary -- Highway Runoff Water Quality Study, 1977-1982, (WA-RD 39.16).