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7 Integrated Water Module
Pages 33-36

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From page 33...
... Stormwater runoff is generated based on seasonal average rainfall, which is converted to runoff using coefficients that are a function of land use and thus subject to change in the model. Runoff volumes are, in turn, converted to loads using event mean concentrations (EMCs)
From page 34...
... MAJOR CONCERNS Water Quality In general, the Draft CCAM predicts improved water quality in the form of reduction in stormwater and Wastewater loadings given the implementation of the Smart Growth scenario. It is important to emphasize that reduced loadings depend entirely upon the implementation of the Monroe County Stormwater Management Master Plan (Monroe County Growth Management Division, 2001 a,b)
From page 35...
... that are heavily impacted by local runoff from adjacent urbanization and which tend to be poorly flushed in the Florida Keys due to small tidal amplitude; and direct loadings to marine waters from illicit waste dumping from small craft, which may increase with population growth (both permanent and transient) in the Florida Keys.
From page 36...
... The remarkable load reduction predicted by the Smart Growth Scenario might well occur, but only if the Monroe County Stormwater Management Master Plan (Monroe County Growth Management Division, 2001b) and Monroe County Sanitary WastewaterMaster Plan (Monroe County Growth Management Division, 2000)

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