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    Open Access Research Article Article ID: JCEES-8-144

    Stormwater management a case study of Nashik city

    Sakshi R Chandwadkar, Mayuri N Gangode*, Harshada S Bhamare and Mrunal S Pawar

    Stormwater management means to manage surface runoff. Stormwater management can reduce the runoff of rainwater. It includes controlling flooding and reducing erosion to improve water quality. This Strategy used in our Nasik city (Untwadi Road Signal) to prevent the impacts of Stormwater. We know that, in rainy season the water is flow over the ground surface. This rainwater does not have any suspended solid, it collects in drainage which flow by the force of gravity and then it discharges near lake or river. Urbanization reduces the infiltration rate of lands it causes of the flooding it occurs scouring and waterlogging problem. So, it is necessary to identify area of problem and suggest BMPs (Best Management Practices) techniques. 

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    Published on: Jan 4, 2022 Pages: 1-3

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-488X.000044
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