Mary Anne Lowndes, Sponsor, WDNR
Jan Kucher, Team Leader, WDNR
Bob Armstrong, WDOT
Roger Bannerman, WDNR
Tom Braun, Department of Safety and Professional Services
Theresa Caven, City of Brookfield
Greg Coulthurst, Door Co. SWCD
Mike Nimmer, Foth Infrastructure & Environment
Eric Rortvedt, WDNR
Gary Starzinski, Star Environmental, Inc.
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- June 30, 2016
- August 11, 2016
- September 15, 2016
- October 17, 2016
- November 15, 2016
- December 13, 2016
- January 10, 2017
- February 14, 2017
- March 14, 2017
- April 11, 2017
- May 9, 2017
- May 25, 2017
- July 12, 2017
Goal: This team revisited requirements for performing site evaluation for infiltration, siting an infiltration device, selecting infiltration rates, and preparing a site evaluation report.
The team addressed the following:
– Ensure effective groundwater protection, with appropriate considerations for karst topography
– Ensure designs are sustainable
– Improve the quality of information collected on site
– Improve the legibility and clarity of the document, thus ensuring its accurate use in the field
– Include updated research and experience gained from implementing the standard
– Examine a decompaction option
Initial Review Complete: April 2017
Broad Review Complete: June 2017
Publication Date: October 2017
Work Team Status: This team met June 2016 through July 2017. See meeting notes (left column) for details.
Final Document: 1002 Site Evaluation for Infiltration
NRCS WETS Tables
Modified Philip-Dunne (from John Gulliver, U MN)**
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- Lee, R.S., A.L. Welker, R.G. Traver. 2015. Modeling soil matrix hydraulic properties for variably-saturated hydrologic analysis. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment, 10.1061/JSWBAY.0000808, 04015011.
- Lee, R.S., R.G. Traver, A.L. Welker. 2016. Evaluation of soil class proxies for hydrologic performance of in situ bioinfiltration systems. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment. 10.1061/JSWBAY.0000813, 04016003.
- Nestingen, R.S. The comparison of infiltration devices and modification of the Philip-Dunne permeameter for the assessment of rain gardens. MS Thesis. University of Minnesota. 2007.
- Weiss., P.T., J.S. Gulliver. 2015. Effective saturated hydraulic conductivity of an infiltration-based stormwater control measure. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment, 10.1061/JSWBAY.0000801, 04015005.
Pits & Borings
Infiltration Rates & Mitigating Compaction
- Tables 2 and 3: History and Development
- Rayne, T.W., K.R. Bradbury, and D.M. Mickelson. 1996. Variability of hydraulic conductivity in uniform sandy till, Dane County, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Information Circular 74.
- Vegetated Swale 1005 – Flowchart of infiltration rates with and without compaction mitigation
- Pitt, R., S. Chen, S. Clark, J. Lantrip, C.K. Ong, J. Voorhees. 2003. Infiltration through compacted urban soils and effects on biofiltration design. Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Vol. 11.
- WDNR. 2014. Meeting infiltration performance standard of ch. NR 151, Wis. Adm. Code. Bureau of Watershed Management Program Guidance. Storm Water Management Program.
- WisDOT Factor Sheet C-4: Groundwater, Wells and Springs Evaluation
- Eppakayala, V.K. 2015. Performance evaluation of stormwater treatment controls at an industrial site. Dissertation. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.
- Sileshi, R. 2013. Soil physical characteristics related to failure of stormwater biofiltration devices. Disseration. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.
- Talebi, L. 2014. Assessment of integrated green infrastructure-based stormwater controls in small to large scale developed urban watersheds.
- Pitt, R. and L. Talebi. 2012. Evaluation and demonstration of stormwater dry wells and cisterns in Millburn Township, New Jersey. USEPA Office of Research and Development, Cincinnati, OH.
- Pitt, R., J. Lantrip, and R.Harrison. 1999. Infiltration through disturbed urban soils and compost-amended soil effects on runoff quality and quantity. USEPA National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Edison, NJ.