The impact of urbanisation and stormwater management practices on water balances and nutrient pathways in areas of high groundwater: a review of recent literature

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Abstract

The need to understand the impact of urbanisation and changing land use on water and solute mass balances in the groundwater underlying urban areas has been increasingly recognised over the past 25 years. Groundwater resources are now included, for example, as part of integrated urban water management (IUWM).
The knowledge gained from this literature review has been synthesised into a conceptual model specific to Perth’s high groundwater conditions and urbanisation processes. Knowledge gaps have been identified, and recommendations made about how to address these gaps. Further, we suggest how new knowledge could assist design and planning of urban development in these areas of high groundwater.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationClayton, Victoria
PublisherCooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities Pty Ltd.
Number of pages50
Publication statusPublished - 6 Nov 2018

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