Integrated watershed-based drainage restoration planning

U. Zimmerman & F. Sieker
For a watershed of 200 km\302\262 in south-western Germany, an integrated planning approach for retrofitting the sewer systems of ten communities was developed. The planning objective was to optimize the water quantity and quality of the receiving waters by minimizing the restoration costs for the communities. Seven different indicators (flooding, hydraulic stress, Nitrate load, Phosphorus load, COD load, BOD load and the costs expressed as monetary values) were defined and six different retrofitting scenarios were...

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Integrated watershed-based drainage restoration planning

U. Zimmerman & F. Sieker
For a watershed of 200 km\302\262 in south-western Germany, an integrated planning approach for retrofitting the sewer systems of ten communities was developed. The planning objective was to optimize the water quantity and quality of the receiving waters by minimizing the restoration costs for the communities. Seven different indicators (flooding, hydraulic stress, Nitrate load, Phosphorus load, COD load, BOD load and the costs expressed as monetary values) were defined and six different retrofitting scenarios were...

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