Stormwater Planning: A Guidebook for British Columbia

Rain gauge data for southwestern British Columbia suggest that precipitation frequency, intensity and duration are changing compared to the mid-20th century. Research by the University of British Columbia and Environment Canada implicate global climate change as the primary contributor to these observed trends. Learn more how to manage storm water in this guide and consider what methods are the least energy intensive.


Author: Government of British Columbia
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