Reprint

Urban Runoff Control and Sponge City Construction

Edited by
August 2022
252 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-4789-3 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-4790-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Urban Runoff Control and Sponge City Construction that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Engineering
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Public Health & Healthcare
Summary

The rapid urbanization, sometimes lacking adequate planning and design, has led to worsening city syndrome situations, such as urban flooding, water pollution, heat island effects, and ecologic deterioration. Sponge city construction have become the new paradigm for a sustainable urban stormwater management strategy. Deviating from the traditional rapid draining approach, the new paradigm calls for the use of natural systems, such as soil and vegetation, as part of the urban runoff control strategy. It has become a widespread focus in urban water management research and practices globally. In this Special Issue reprint, there are 13 original scientific articles that address the different related urban runoff control issues. We are happy to see that all papers presented findings characterized as innovative and methodologically new. We hope that the readers can enjoy and learn deeply about urban runoff control and sponge city construction using the published material, and we hope that sharing of the researches results with the scientific community, policymakers and stakeholders can prompt the urban runoff control and sponge city construction globally.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© by the authors
Keywords
urban runoff remediation; Talipariti tiliaceum; modular bioretention tree; field study; tree-pit; Green-Ampt method; infiltration; overland flow; urban flood modelling; 1D/2D coupled modelling; dual drainage modelling; extreme rainfall; flooding; safety criteria; urban drainage; uncertainty; combined sewer overflows; optimization; SWMM; NSGA-III; sponge city; bioretention facility; rain infiltration; slope stability; urban water management; drainage function; permeable pavement; biological retention; control-oriented model; urban drainage system; real-time optimization; Simuwater; Sponge City; aquifer recharge; urban stormwater; green infrastructure; low impact development; Sustainable Development Goals; non-point source pollution; enhanced dephosphorization bioretention; modified bioretention facility; road stormwater runoff; combined soil filter media; soil moisture conservation rope; field study; microbial diversity; urban stormwater runoff management; field monitoring; ABC Waters design features; water quality; bioretention; swales; sponge city; low-impact development; pilot exploration; systematic demonstration; construction scale; stakeholders; multifunctional decision-making framework; cost-effectiveness; site suitability; stakeholders’ preference; green infrastructure; n/a