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Title:Chapter 7.8.2 Urban Water Quality.pdf
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  • This reduction of water quality and stream habitat occurs from the increased runoff 363-0300-002 / December 30, 2006 Page 22 of 28 Pennsylvania Stormwater Best Management Practices Manual Chapter 7 volumes eroding stream banks, pollutants conveyed with this runoff, and diminished stream base flow.
  • The runoff from streets is a significant source of pollutants and concern in urban areas (Barrett, et al, 1995) and is the single greatest source of water quality pollutants in the urban environment.
  • Many urban storm sewers are in fact buried streams, especially first and second-order streams that were enclosed and buried as the urban center expanded in the late 19th century.
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