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Zeolites — a group of common minerals featuring forms of aluminum and silicon — could make bioretention more effective particularly in agricultural settings, according to new research.

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By bringing huge amounts of sand from deeper waters to the shoreline, new research suggests extreme storms could enhance coastal climate change resilience.

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More than 3 million handwritten, historical measurements of U.K. rainfall have entered official meteorological records thanks to a massive citizen science project.

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High-tech, low-cost stormwater sensor earns recognition for accessibility and ease of use.

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The technical program for Stormwater Summit 2022, taking place June 27-29 in Minneapolis, is now available.

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Recent research explores a new dimension of the relationship between climate change and economic well-being.

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Slow-moving pools of water vapor in the atmosphere deliver much-needed precipitation to East African coast.

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New analysis finds wide variation among U.S. cities regarding what is – and is not – considered green infrastructure.

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A new, long-term research project aims to fill data gaps and define best practices for optimizing stormwater infrastructure.

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Technological innovation in stormwater was a key theme for the WEFTEC 2021 program.

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New study illustrates connection between above-anvil cirrus plumes and severe weather.

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New research claims that with enough impervious space, no amount of stormwater infrastructure can effectively curb runoff volumes.

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A recent study finds Hurricane Irma caused severe damage to South Florida mangrove forests in 2017, with nearly 27,000 acres experiencing permanent dieback.

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Researchers predict astronomical influences will compound climate change to cause more frequent flooding beginning in March 2034.

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Recent research suggests human activity is causing gradual changes in the annual arrival of monsoon season, with negative effects on tropical environments and economies.

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