Savings Through Source Control: Evaluating Nonstructural Options for Reducing Phosphorus Loading to the Charles River.

Nally, Daniel.

Abstract: Phosphorus input from stormwater runoff is the leading cause of eutrophication in the Charles River and the target of a new federal regulatory program to dramatically reduce nutrient loadings from three municipalities in the upper watershed. The integration of nonstructural best management practices (BMPs), which target phosphorus at or near its source, into municipal nutrient management... read more

Tufts University. Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
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