EPA Stormwater Management Model
The Stormwater Management Model (SWMM) is part of EPA’s suite of water research tools. SWMM is a hydrology-hydraulic water quality simulation model used to simulate stormwater runoff quantity and quality in urban areas. SWMM is highly technical and is best suited for those with working knowledge of the industry.
The city of Grand Rapids, MI integrates public health assessments into its comprehensive planning with strong involvement by green infrastructure, urban forestry and public health professionals.
Established in 1968 as a regional planning partnership, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) has become the designated planning agency for transportation, water, and air quality in Southeast Michigan. SEMCOG provides information and assistance to member local governments in Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties. The organization advocates in Washington […]
A key to planning and managing urban forests is first understanding the quantity, quality, and distribution of the resource across the landscape. This webinar discusses the basic concepts of urban forest assessment, the tools and technologies used for assessment, and discusses applications of assessment data to planning and managing the urban forest. Note: Webinar is available […]
This web page provides access to all types of urban forestry research conducted by US Forest Service scientists and social scientists. It includes inventory and analysis tools, as well as reports.