March 11, 2016
Tech Transfer #4: How Green is your Green Infrastructure? Educational Materials, Web-based Monitoring Portal, and Presentation – COMPLETED!
In January we posted all of the success story projects that PacTrans gave additional funding for technology transfer.
Success Story #4 involved the creation of a Green Stormwater Infrastructure Research Facility for the study of stormwater runoff. The tech transfer funding given was for three purposes: (1) development of education materials, and collaborate with University of Washington to collect initial data and apply for the facility to be Technology Assessment Protocol – Ecology (TAPE) certified, (2) development of a web-based monitoring portal that will be made available to the community for monitoring these rain gardens in real-time and measure their performance via an embedded modeling framework, and (3) delivery of presentations to local stormwater utilities and water managers about the facility and research conducted at the facility.
The presentation to local storm water utilities and water managers about the facility and research conducted at the facility, was made recently at the 5th Annual Mid-Willamette Erosion Control and Stormwater Management Summit, January 26th, 2016, Keizer, OR. Check out the other two items by clicking the links below:
a. The web portal for the facility can be accessed here: http://research.engr.oregonstate.edu/hydroinformatics/avery
b. The web portal for the monitoring data can be accessed here: http://research.engr.oregonstate.edu/hydroinformatics/avery/monitoring-data
- March 9, 2016
March 9, 2016
If you would like to watch Charlie Howard’s seminar tomorrow but are not able to attend in person, go to this web address: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWikLzuz4Co
- March 7, 2016
- March 2, 2016