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Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee, Florida

G. A Irwin

Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee, Florida

by G. A Irwin

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in Tallahassee, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water quality -- Florida,
  • Runoff -- Florida

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.A. Irwin and G.T. Losey ; prepared in cooperation with Florida Department of Transportation
    SeriesWater resources investigations -- 79-1
    ContributionsLosey, G. T, Geological Survey (U.S.), Florida. Dept. of Transportation
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 27 p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13605116M

    Results of a study of the effects of highway runoff on the chemical quality of water and bed sediments of a cypress wetlands and a freshwater marsh in central Florida indicate that detention of the runoff prior to release into the wetland reduces concentrations of automobile-related chemicals in the water and bed sediments in the wetland. Assessing effects of highway bridge deck runoff on near-by recieving waters in coastal margins using remote monitoring techniques. Master's thesis, Texas A&M University. Texas A&M University. Available electronically from http: / / / /Cited by: 1.

    Highway Stormwater Runoff Study Prepared for The Michigan Department of Transportation APRIL Highway runoff sampling was conducted between June and October by McNamee, Porter, and Seeley, under subcontract to CH2M HILL. 15 Michigan Acute Water Quality Criteria and Part B Highway Runoff. Integrated Water Quality Assessment for Florida: (b) Report. by user.

    1Reference as: Lee, G.F., “Assessment of Potential Urban Area and Highway Stormwater Runoff Water Quality Standards Compliance Problem, “ Report to the CA Stormwater Quality Task Force Stormwater Science Work Group, G. Fred Lee & Associates, El Macero, CA, December (). Assessment of Potential Urban Area and Highway Stormwater Runoff Water. Bridge deck runoff collection system on US bridge over Hiwassee River in Cherokee County, North Carolina. There is evidence that bridge deck runoff has a relatively high loading of a variety of constituents such as nutrients, solids, pesticides, metals, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).


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Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee, Florida by G. A Irwin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract Runoff from a rural highway bridge on U.S. 27 near Tallahassee, Florida, was found to have an insignificant water-quality loading impact on the Ochlockonee River.

Potential annual-runoff loads on the bridge surface for virtually all constituents studied were less than one percent of those transported by the river at the study site.

WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF RUNOFF FROM A RURAL HIGHWAY BRIDGE NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Runoff from a rural highway bridge on U.S. 27 near Tallahassee, Florida, was found to have a small water-quality loading impact on the Ochlockonee River. Potential annual-runoff loads on the bridge surface for virtually all constituents studied were far less than 1 percent Cited by: Get this from a library.

Water-quality assessment of runoff from a rural highway bridge near Tallahassee, Florida. [G A Irwin; G T Losey; Geological Survey (U.S.); Florida. Runoff from a rural highway bridge on U.S. 27 near Tallahassee, Florida, was found to have an insignificant water-quality loading impact on the Ochlockonee River.

Potential annual-runoff loads on the bridge surface for virtually all constituents studied were less than one percent of those transported by the river at the study site.

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McKenzie and G. Irwin reported on results from a study site in north Florida (near Tallahassee) with a low traffic count (about 4, ADT count; Wanielista and others () reported on results from a study site in Cited by: Prior studies have focused on water quality impacts of roadway runoff (Crabtree et al.

;Findlay and Kelly ;Han et al. ;Kayhanian et al. ;Kayhanian et al. ;Lau et al. ; Li. Since turbidity of the runoff is a significant measure of TSS and water quality, a relationship between TSS and the total amount of soil loss from all plots was tested.

Based on the data in Table 4 the average of TSS (mg L −1) and turbidity and the total soil loss (g) for each applied pulse at each by: 4. Relationship Between Antecedent Dry Period and Highway Pollutant: Conceptual Models of Buildup and Removal Processes () Water-Quality Assessment of Runoff fr om.

a Rural Highway Bridge. O&G, COD, SS and Pb in highway runoff at urban site substantially exceed their concentrations in receiving water of Pear River.

The soil directly discharged by highway runoff at rural site has contaminated seriously by heavy metals in surface layer accompanying with pH conversion from original acidic to alkaline at by: Controlling Nonpoint Source Runoff Pollution from Roads, Highways and Bridges.

EPA, Office of Water, August (EPAFa). Nominally, SELDM is a highway-runoff model, but it is well suited for analysis of runoff from other land uses as well. SELDM data- current conditions (past 7 days) HIGHWAY RUNOFF SITE NEAR I-5 AND OLD HWY Graphs of gage height and specific conductance; PRECIPITATION NEAR I-5 AND OLD NEAR ASHLAND, OR.

Stormwater Runoff from Bridges Final Report to Joint Legislation Transportation Oversight Committee In Fulfillment of Session Law ‐ Prepared by: URS Corporation – North Carolina Perimeter Park Drive Suite Morrisville, NC Prepared for: NC Department of TransportationFile Size: 5MB.

Bridge-deck and approach highway runoff characteristics, highway runoff, effect of bridge runoff on water quality in receiving stream Distribution Statement No restrictions. This document is available to the public through the National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia ; Security Classif.

(of report)Cited by: 6. How to Treat Highway Runoff. The adverse effect of highway runoff water quality can be minimized through structural or non-structural best management practices (BMPs) or through a combination of both.

Structural BMPs operate by physically trapping runoff until contaminants settle out or are filtered through the underlying soils. Assessment of Cold Weather Highway Runoff Water Quality and BMP Performance Eric Strecker and Marcus Quigley GeoSyntec Consultants Portland, Oregon and Boston, Massachusetts Contact Information: SW First Avenue, Suite Portland, Oregon () [email protected] Overview ¾Re-assessment of the FHWA National Highway.

EFFECTS OF HIGHWAY RUNOFF ON THE QUALITY OF WATER AND BED SEDIMENTS OF TWO WETLANDS FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Tallahassee, Florida DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR MANUEL LUJAN, JR., Secretary U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Dallas L. Peck, Director For additional information Copies of this report can Ground-water quality near Cited by: Florida transportation plan by Florida (Book) Testing and evaluation of the Florida Jersey safety shaped bridge rail (Book) OPPAGA: the Legislature has several options for reducing the State's road right-of-way costs by Florida (Book).

Water-Quality Assessment of Stormwater Runoff from a Heavily Used Urban Highway Bridge in Miami, Florida. U.S. Geological Survey and the Florida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee.

McLusky, D.S. The Estuarine Ecosystem. Chapman and Hall, Inc., New York, NY. McNelly, J. Undated. Yard waste composting guide for Michigan communities.

This task force consists of members of the SWRCB along with regional water quality control boards which regulate urban stormwater runoff within the state, municipal stormwater dischargers, representatives of various industrial and trade associations, environmental groups, consultants, academia, the California Highway Department, and various.Capital Circle Northwest.

Completed. Not long ago, Capital Circle from Commonwealth Lane to west of Tennessee Street was a three-lane congested road prone to flooding.

The Capital Circle Northwest Project, as part of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and Blueprint ’s vision for the Tallahassee urban area changed all that.This chapter discusses the highway runoff quality, environmental impacts and control.

The chapter emphasizes the pollution problems related to runoff in separate sewered areas. Highway contaminants are deposited on roadway surfaces, median areas and right-of-ways from moving vehicles, stationary constructions and atmospheric by: 9.