A resource, a nuisance, a supplier of water to rivers and aquifers - stormwater is an integral part of the hydrologic cycle. Understanding water movement in the watershed, addressing regulatory requirements, designing treatment systems to protect aquatic habitat and drinking water sources, and improving storm resiliency by reducing flood risks are fundamental activities of water resources professionals. Explore here the resources that ASCE-EWRI has available to help the water-resources professional address stormwater challenges either by topic area or through the use of a toolkit to answer a specific question.
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