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Bacteria Levels in Discharges from Road Right-of-Way

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2011 ... RS: Michael E. Barrett; Researchers: Randall Charbeneau [and three others] · This research project is designed to provide TxDOT with the information to respond to regulatory requirements by evaluating the contribution of bacteria from TxDOT facilities to two diverse systems in Central Texas: the Guadalupe River in

6147-PSR [CTR] ... PSR 0-6147-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-6147

Full-text Link:
http://ftp.dot.state.tx.us/pub/txdot-info/rti/psr/6147.pdf

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Bridge Runoff Characterization

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2007 ... Joseph F. Malina [and three others] · Non-point source water pollution is an environmental issue currently facing water quality professionals. Although some highway runoff is treated by best management practices (BMPs) (structural or non-structural systems), or is diverted to municipal treatment systems, a fraction of water pollution

4543-S [CTR] ... PSR 0-4543-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-4543

Full-text Link:
http://ftp.dot.state.tx.us/pub/txdot-info/rti/psr/4543.pdf

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Stormwater Quality Documentation of Roadside Shoulders Borrow Ditches

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2006 ... RS: Michael Barrett; Researcher: Joseph Malina · A water quality sampler was placed at the edge of pavement of Loop 360 in Austin, Texas, in February 2004 to document improvements in water quality caused by the vegetation on the highway shoulder. At that time, the pavement was a conventional hot mix asphalt. During the

4605-2-s [CTR] ... PSR 0-4605-2 ... Project Summary Report, 0-4605-2

Full-text Link:
http://ftp.dot.state.tx.us/pub/txdot-info/rti/psr/4605-2.pdf

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Characterization of Stormwater Runoff from a Bridge Deck and Approach Highway : Effects on Receiving Water Quality

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2006 ... Joseph F. Malina Jr. [and three others] · Nonpoint source pollution represents one of the largest environmental problems currently facing water quality professionals. A fraction of this pollution is conveyed to receiving waters by stormwater drainage from highways. Some highway runoff is treated by structural or non-

4543-1 [CTR] ... 0-4543-1

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4543_1.pdf

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Pollutant Removal on Vegetated Highway Shoulders

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2006 ... Michael Barrett [and six others] · Nonpoint source pollution is an environmental problem that is a concern among regulatory agencies and water quality professionals. A portion of this pollution is conveyed to receiving waters by stormwater drainage from highways, often via vegetated roadside shoulders, also called

4605-1 [CTR] ... 0-4605-1

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4605_1.pdf

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Characteristics of Composts : Moisture Holding and Water Quality Improvement

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2004 ... Christine J. Kirchhoff, Joseph Malina and Michael Barrett · The objective of this study was investigation of the potential beneficial use of compost manufactured topsoil in highway rights-of-way in Texas. The water holding capacity and the physical, chemical and microbiological characteristics of composted manures (dairy cattle, poultry

4403-S [CTR] ... PSR 0-4403-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-4403

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4403_2.pdf

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Characteristics of Composts : Moisture Holding and Water Quality Improvement

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2003 ... Christine J. Kirchhoff, Joseph F. Malina and Michael Barrett · The objective of this study was investigation of the potential beneficial use of compost manufactured topsoil in highway rights-of-way in Texas. The water holding capacity and the physical, chemical and microbiological characteristics of composted manures (dairy cattle,

4403-2 [CTR] ... 0-4403-2

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4403_2.pdf

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Process Framework for Identifying and Prioritizing Water Quality Improvement for Meeting TMDLs in Texas : A Summary

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2003 ... Samantha L. Hon, Michael E. Barrett, and Joseph F. Malina, Jr. · · Publ. by: University of Texas at Austin. Center for Transportation Research (CTR).

4252-S [CTR] ... PSR 0-4252-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-4252

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4252_S.pdf

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Process Framework for Identifying and Prioritizing Water Quality Improvement for Meeting TMDLS in Texas

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2003 ... Samantha L. Hon, Michael E. Barrett and Joseph Malina Jr. · The objectives of this research are to help TxDOT anticipate the requirements of the TMDL process and to have the data at hand to respond if TxDOT is identified as contributing to the impairment. An interactive GIS map of the impaired streams was created in ArcGIS

4252-1 [CTR] ... 0-4252-1

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4252_1.pdf

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A Review and Evaluation of Literature Pertaining to Compost Characteristics and to the Application of Compost Alone and Mixed with Different Soils

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2002 ... Christine Kirchhoff, Joseph F. Malina Jr., and Michael E. Barrett · TxDOT reports that composted manures have been used in 22 of the 25 TxDOT districts, usually with excellent results. The application of composted manures to rights-of-way successfully improved growth of vegetation and controlled erosion of slopes on highway

4403-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-03/4403-1

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/4403_1.pdf

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Evaluation of the Performance of Permanent Runoff Controls : Summary and Conclusions

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1998 ... Michael E. Barrett [and four others] · Concern about the potential impact on the Edwards Aquifer has led to the construction of stormwater controls on highways in the Austin, Texas, area. This study was designed to help the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) identify the types of runoff control systems that are most

2954-3 [CTR] ... TX-99/2954-3F

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/2954_3F.pdf

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The Effectiveness of Permanent Highway Runoff Controls : Sedimentation/Filtration Systems

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1998 ... Michael V. Keblin [and three others] · This study evaluates the performance of sedimentation/filtration systems that are the most common control for treating highway runoff in the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone. The study includes: 1) monitoring and evaluating the Seton Pond sedimentation/filtration facility in Austin, Texas, and 2)

2954-1 [CTR] ... TX-00/2954-1

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/2954_1.pdf

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Use of Vegetative Controls for Treatment of Highway Runoff

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1998 ... Patrick M. Walsh [and three others] · Pollutants found in runoff from highways may cause toxic responses in receiving waters for some conditions and, in addition, are obstacles to obtaining water quality goals in the United States. This study investigated the capability of two vegetative controls -- grassed swales and vegetated buffer

2954-2 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-7-2954-2

Full-text Link:
http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/2954_2.pdf

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An Evaluation of the Factors Affecting the Quality of Highway Runoff in the Austin, Texas Area

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1996 ... by Lynton B. Irish, Jr. [and five others] · The two primary goals of this portion of the research project were (1) to identify the variables that affect the build-up and wash-off of constituents from highways in the Austin, Texas, area, and (2) to develop a water quality model that incorporated these variables. This project marked the

1943-5 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-96/1943-5

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-5.pdf
3.45 MB
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An Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Temporary Sediment Controls

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1996 ... by Michael E. Barrett [and four others] · An inventory of temporary runoff controls installed on TxDOT construction sites indicated that rock berms and silt fences were the most commonly used erosion and sediment controls on construction sites. Sediment ponds, the most inexpensive control on a cost-per-area basis, were used

1943-2 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-96/1943-2

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-2.pdf
1.87 MB
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Effects of Highway Construction and Operation on Water Quality and Quantity in an Ephemeral Stream in the Austin, Texas, Area

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1996 ... by Michael E. Barrett, Joseph F. Malina, Jr. and Randall J. Charbeneau · Grab samples collected during the construction of a freeway in southwestern Travis County, Texas, indicate that suspended solids are the most important constituent present in storm water runoff from the construction corridor. Despite the presence of an

1943-3 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-96/1943-3

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-3.pdf
1.68 MB
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Characterization of Highway Runoff in the Austin, Texas, Area

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1996 ... Michael E. Barrett, Joseph F. Malina, Jr. and Randall J. Charbeneau · The water quality of highway runoff in the Austin, Texas, area was determined by monitoring runoff at three locations on MoPac, which represented different daily traffic volumes, surrounding land uses, and highway drainage system types. The highest

1943-4 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-96/1943-4

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-4.pdf
2.44 MB
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An Evaluation of Highway Runoff Filtration Systems

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1996 ... by Sean Tenney, Michael E. Barrett, Joseph F. Malina Jr. and Randall J. Charbeneau · A number of permanent runoff controls were constructed along new highways in the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone, with their performance monitored since the highway opened. The control systems consist of a hazardous material trap, a

1943-6 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-96/1943-6

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-6.pdf
1.83 MB
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Water Quality and Quantity Impacts of Highway Construction and Operation : Summary and Conclusions

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1996 ... Michael E. Barrett [and three others] · This report summarizes a four-year study on the impacts of highway construction and operation on water quality and quantity of stormwater runoff. Monitoring of water quality in one of the creeks below a highway construction site indicates that even an extensive system of temporary

1943-7 F [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-96-1943-7F

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-7f.pdf
2.74 MB
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A Review and Evaluation of Literature Pertaining to the Quantity and Control of Pollution from Highway Runoff and Construction -- 2nd edition

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1995 ... Michael E. Barrett [and five others] · Since the first edition of this report was published in 1993, several additional articles have been published concerning highway runoff and its effects. All of the chapters have been extensively revised and expanded to include new material. The number of studies cited in the text has doubled. The

CRWR 95-5 ... CRWR Online Report, 95-5

Full-text Link:
http://www.crwr.utexas.edu/reports/pdf/1995/rpt95-5.pdf
1 MB
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A Review and Evaluation of Literature Pertaining to the Quantity and Control of Pollution from Highway Runoff and Construction

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1993 ... Michael E. Barrett [and five others] · This report is the first in a series which will address the water quantity and quality impacts of highway construction in the Austin, Texas area. This literature review evaluates the impact of highway construction and operation on surface water quality and on recharge of groundwater aquifers.

1943-1 [CTR] ... TX 94/1943-1

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/1943-1.pdf
2.63 MB
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Water and Wastewater Systems at Highway Rest Areas

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1987 ... Carl W. Scharfe and Joseph F. Malina Jr. · The majority of Texsa highway rest areas were built in the 1960s. The water and wastewater systems at these rest areas reflect the technology available at that time. This report summarizes the current state-of-the-art technologies for water and wastewater systems at highway rest

442-3 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-88+442-3

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/442-3.pdf
2.42 MB
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Design Recommendations for Rest Areas

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1987 ... David W. Fowler [and three others] · Based on the findings presented in previous reports, recommended design procedures are presented. Recommendations include spacing, site requirements, example architecture designs, materials, mechanical systems, and operations and maintenance. Recommendations for energy sources,

442-4 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-88+442-4

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase2/442-4.pdf
339 KB
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A Proposal for an NSF Engineering Research Center With the Theme “Engineering Tomorrow’s Infrastructure Today”

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1985 ... W. Ronald Hudson and Joseph F. Malina · · Publ. by: University of Texas at Austin. College of Engineering.

MS-7842

Full-text Link:
No online resource supplied by publisher
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Oil, Grease, and Other Pollutants in Highway Runoff

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1976 ... Bruce Wiland and Joseph F. Malina Jr. · The pollutional effects of runoff from streets and highways have usually been expressed in terms of parameters commonly used to characterize municipal wastewater. This study represents an initial attempt at determining the presence or absence of certain categories of fuels, oils, and tars in

16-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-77-16-1F; Report 0-16-1F

Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/digitized/texasarchive/phase1/16-1F-CTR.pdf
6.19 MB
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