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0005464-An Introduction to Low Impact Development

0005464-An Introduction to Low Impact Development

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An Introduction to Low Impact Development PDH course located at www.pdhlibrary.com is a continuing education course for engineers.
An Introduction to Low Impact Development PDH course located at www.pdhlibrary.com is a continuing education course for engineers.

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An Introduction to Low ImpactDevelopmentAn Introduction to Low ImpactDevelopment
ByJ. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A.PDHLibrary Course No 00054644 PDH HOURS
 
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J. Paul Guyer 2010 1
J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. 
Paul Guyer is a registered civil engineer,mechanical engineer, fire protection engineer,and architect with over 35 years experience inthe design of buildings and relatedinfrastructure. For an additional 9 years hewas a senior advisor to the CaliforniaLegislature on infrastructure and capital outlayissues. He is a graduate of Stanford Universityand has held numerous national, state andlocal positions with the American Society ofCivil Engineers and National Society ofProfessional Engineers.
An Introductionto Low Impact Development 
Guyer Partners 
44240 Clubhouse DriveEl Macero, CA 95618 (530)7758-6637 jpguyer@pacbell.net 
 
©
J. Paul Guyer 2010 2
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION2. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT USING THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE APPROACH3. LID DESIGN GOALS AND OBJECTIVES4. COMPARISON OF LID TO CONVENTIONAL PRACTICES5. DISTRIBUTED MICRO-SCALE SYSTEMS
This course is adapted from the
Unified Facilities Criteria
of the United States government,
 
which is in thepublic domain, has unlimited distribution and is not copyrighted.

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