William Shuster
William Shuster
Chair, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Wayne State University, Detroit MI
Verified email at wayne.edu
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SUDS, LID, BMPs, WSUD and more–The evolution and application of terminology surrounding urban drainage
TD Fletcher, W Shuster, WF Hunt, R Ashley, D Butler, S Arthur, ...
Urban Water Journal 12 (7), 525-542, 2015
Impacts of impervious surface on watershed hydrology: A review
WD Shuster, J Bonta, H Thurston, E Warnemuende, DR Smith
Urban Water Journal 2 (4), 263-275, 2005
Effects of vermicomposts and composts on plant growth in horticultural container media and soil
RM Atiyeh, S Subler, CA Edwards, G Bachman, JD Metzger, W Shuster
Pedobiologia 44 (5), 579-590, 2000
Impediments and solutions to sustainable, watershed-scale urban stormwater management: lessons from Australia and the United States
AH Roy, SJ Wenger, TD Fletcher, CJ Walsh, AR Ladson, WD Shuster, ...
Environmental management 42 (2), 344-359, 2008
A cellular automata model of land cover change to integrate urban growth with open space conservation
D Mitsova, W Shuster, X Wang
Landscape and urban planning 99 (2), 141-153, 2011
The role of trees in urban stormwater management
A Berland, SA Shiflett, WD Shuster, AS Garmestani, HC Goddard, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 162, 167-177, 2017
Perspectives on the use of green infrastructure for stormwater management in Cleveland and Milwaukee
M Keeley, A Koburger, DP Dolowitz, D Medearis, D Nickel, W Shuster
Environmental management 51 (6), 1093-1108, 2013
Assessing Impervious Surface Connectivity and Applications for Watershed Management1
AH Roy, WD Shuster
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45 (1), 198-209, 2009
Modeling techniques of best management practices: Rain barrels and rain gardens using EPA SWMM-5
MP Abi Aad, MT Suidan, WD Shuster
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 15 (6), 434-443, 2010
Nitrous oxide emissions from a large, impounded river: The Ohio River
JJ Beaulieu, WD Shuster, JA Rebholz
Environmental Science & Technology 44 (19), 7527-7533, 2010
Application of market mechanisms and incentives to reduce stormwater runoff: An integrated hydrologic, economic and legal approach
P Parikh, MA Taylor, T Hoagland, H Thurston, W Shuster
Environmental Science & Policy 8 (2), 133-144, 2005
Adaptive governance to promote ecosystem services in urban green spaces
OO Green, AS Garmestani, S Albro, NC Ban, A Berland, CE Burkman, ...
Urban ecosystems 19 (1), 77-93, 2016
Impervious surface impacts to runoff and sediment discharge under laboratory rainfall simulation
EA Pappas, DR Smith, C Huang, WD Shuster, JV Bonta
Catena 72 (1), 146-152, 2008
Catchment-scale hydrologic implications of parcel-level stormwater management (Ohio USA)
W Shuster, L Rhea
Journal of hydrology 485, 177-187, 2013
Continuous monitoring reveals multiple controls on ecosystem metabolism in a suburban stream
JJ Beaulieu, CP Arango, DA Balz, WD Shuster
Freshwater Biology 58 (5), 918-937, 2013
Techniques of soil tillage
K Köller
Soil tillage in agroecosystems, 1-25, 2003
Controls on gas transfer velocities in a large river
JJ Beaulieu, WD Shuster, JA Rebholz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 117 (G2), 2012
Deep-burrowing earthworm additions changed the distribution of soil organic carbon in a chisel-tilled soil
WD Shuster, S Subler, EL McCoy
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (7-8), 983-996, 2001
German experience in managing stormwater with green infrastructure
D Nickel, W Schoenfelder, D Medearis, DP Dolowitz, M Keeley, W Shuster
Journal of environmental planning and management 57 (3), 403-423, 2014
Prospects for enhanced groundwater recharge via infltration of urban storm water runoff: A case study
WD Shuster, R Gehring, J Gerken
Journal of soil and water conservation 62 (3), 129-137, 2007
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