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The following pages do not link to other pages in LIDLow Impact Development. A stormwater management strategy that seeks to mitigate the impacts of increased urban runoff and stormwater pollution by managing it as close to its source as possible. It comprises a set of site design approaches and small scale stormwater management practices that promote the use of natural systems for infiltration and evapotranspiration, and rainwater harvesting. SWMStormwater Management Planning and Design Guide.

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  1. Academic research
  2. Bioretention: Construction checklist
  3. Bioretention: Internal water storage
  4. Bioretention: Performance
  5. Bioretention media storage
  6. Digital technologies
  7. Disclaimer
  8. Erosion
  9. Evolution of SWM
  10. Fees and credits
  11. Forum
  12. Green roofs: Gallery
  13. Heavy metals
  14. History and context
  15. Hooghoudt
  16. Infiltration chambers: Specifications
  17. Inspections and maintenance
  18. Integrated design
  19. Integrated stormwater management: Project team
  20. Integrated stormwater management planning: Supporting policies
  21. LEED: Rainwater management
  22. Lit review
  23. Manning's n
  24. Nitrogen
  25. No regrets
  26. Other guides
  27. Permeable pavements: Climate
  28. Permeable pavements: Maintenance
  29. Permeable pavements: Specifications
  30. Ribbon test
  31. Sand
  32. Shrubs: List
  33. Slope table
  34. Soil groups
  35. Swales: Performance
  36. Terminology
  37. Test pit
  38. Thermal mitigation
  39. Topsoil
  40. Traditional knowledge
  41. Trees: List
  42. Updates
  43. WASCOB
  44. Wander lonely as a cloud

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