Stormwater Monitoring

The EPA defines Stormwater as "runoff [that] is generated from rain and snowmelt events that flow over land or impervious surfaces, such as paved streets, parking lots, and building rooftops, and does not soak into the ground." Some of the concerns of stormwater are that "the runoff picks up pollutants like trash, chemicals, oils, and dirt/sediment that can harm our rivers, streams, lakes, and coastal waters."

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Pensacola Stormwater

by stevie 6 months ago | 0 | 137 | 1


Accurate soda bottle rain gauge

by stevie 6 months ago | 3 | 275 | 3


Water Wise NOLA Rain Barrel Build!

by stevie about 1 year ago | 0 | 242 | 0





Exploring New Stormwater Monitoring Methods

by stevie over 1 year ago | 0 | 275 | 5


Stormwater Workshop 6: Monitoring and Lessons Learned

by stevie over 1 year ago | 0 | 239 | 1



Gathering rain data from weather underground

by stevie over 1 year ago | 1 | 194 | 1


Measuring water in a rain gauge

by stevie over 1 year ago | 0 | 559 | 4




Public Lab Community Newsletter: March 2017

by klie over 1 year ago | 0 | 131 | 0


Introduction to Stormwater Workshop 1 Report

by stevie over 1 year ago | 0 | 271 | 2


How to visually document a site

by stevie over 1 year ago | 1 | 469 | 3


Public Lab Community Newsletter: February 2017

by klie almost 2 years ago | 0 | 82 | 3


Testing - water depth from camera image

by chalmers almost 2 years ago | 3 | 133 | 3


Stormwater Workshop Series in New Orleans!

by stevie almost 2 years ago | 2 | 863 | 2



Pollutant Discharge Permits

by mlamadrid almost 2 years ago | 0 | 159 | 0