Tag: dam

A barrier constructed to hold back water and raise its level, the resulting reservoir being used in the generation of electricity or as a water supply.

Editor’s Comments – Information: Our Only Armor

RYE, NEW YORK, IS a quaint and quiet affluent community in Westchester County. The town is understated and unassuming. It’s more notable aspects, in fact, are a pair of historic landmarks: the childhood home of founding father John Jay and a couple of 200-year old mile markers on Boston Post Road, America’s

Safe Conveyance of Rare Storm Events

Safe Conveyance of Rare Storm Events

Two people were swept downstream and died during a catastrophic flash flood that struck Ellicott City, MD, on the evening of July 30, 2016. The infrastructure designed to carry stream flow and storm runoff along Tiber Run, which runs through the historic district, was unable to meet the demands of

Reagan and Thatcher in a Burlap Bag

Reagan and Thatcher in a Burlap Bag

It’s amazing the things you realize, relatively late in the game, that you don’t really know, or that you sort of know but can’t readily explain to someone else in a comprehensible way. The lucky thing is, there’s usually a source that can help you.

Some years ago I came across

Stopping a Sinkhole to Save an Alabama Highway

Stopping a Sinkhole to Save an Alabama Highway

With flooding, sinkholes, danger, and suspense, this story may resemble the latest Hollywood adventure film. However, it is the real-life saga of a stormwater pipe collapse on Birmingham, AL’s Highway 280 and a race against time along one of the state’s busiest roadways. Its dramatic narrative rivals any blockbuster action

“A Rich Set of Data Points Is the First Step”

“A Rich Set of Data Points Is the First Step”

In May, more than 150 affiliate organizations are coming together to create discussion about infrastructural renewal. These efforts support Infrastructure Week (May 15 to May 19), a national advocacy and education campaign aimed at highlighting infrastructure as a critical issue in America. Water Efficiency magazine is an Infrastructure Week media

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

Listed below are the top Editor blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Stormwater magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, email click-through, and most commented articles.

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Erosion Control—Reader Favorites

Erosion Control—Reader Favorites

Listed below are the top Editor Blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Erosion Control magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, e-mail click-through, and most commented articles.

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Safe Conveyance of Rare Storm Events

Safe Conveyance of Rare Storm Events

Two people were swept downstream and died during a catastrophic flash flood that struck Ellicott City, MD, on the evening of July 30, 2016. The infrastructure designed to carry stream flow and storm runoff along Tiber Run, which runs through the historic district, was unable to meet the demands of

California Takes Strong Steps Toward Making Water Conservation a Way of Life

California Takes Strong Steps Toward Making Water Conservation a Way of Life

State officials today released a comprehensive plan to formalize Governor Brown’s 2016 Executive Order on “Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life.”

The plan sets a strong path toward achieving the objectives of the order: using water more wisely, eliminating water waste, strengthening local drought resilience, improving agricultural water use

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