Combined sewer overflow information

US Environmental Protection Agency’s combined sewer overflow page

Climate change and the Midwest information

US Environmental Protection Agency’s climate impacts on the Midwest page

Future impacts of climate change on the Midwest

What you can do to prevent overflows

The benefits of green infrastructure

Designing a rain garden

Household water conservation tips

References

Center, NOAA’s National Climactic Data. 2008.  The USHCN Version 2 Serial Monthly Dataset.

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.  Combined Sewer Overflow Control Program.  http://epa.ohio.gov/dsw/cso/csoindex.aspx (accessed October 1, 2013).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2012.  Combined Sewer Overflows.  http://cfpub.epa.gov/npdes/home.cfm?program_id=5 (accessed September 30, 2013).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  A Screening Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) Mitigation in the Great Lakes and New England Regions.  Prepared by the National Center for Environmental Assessment, Environmental Protection Agency.  Washington, DC.

Winkler, Julia, Raymond Arritt, Sara Pryor.  2012.  Climate Projections for the Midwest: Availability, Interpretation, and Synthesis.  U.S. National Climate Assessment Midwest Technical Input Report.  http://glisa.msu.edu/docs/NCA/MTIT_Future.pdf (accessed October 3, 2013).

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