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Green Infrastructure System Map & Gap Analysis for Maunalua Bay Watersheds, Oʻahu

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Title:Green Infrastructure System Map & Gap Analysis for Maunalua Bay Watersheds, Oʻahu
Authors:Lam, Kristy
Gonzales, Aurelia
Thomas, Ryan Lea
Contributors:Oleson, Kirsten (instructor)
Keywords:Green infrastructure
System map
Gap analysis
Urban runoff--Management
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Date Issued:12 May 2019
Abstract:In Maunalua's urban environment, excess stormwater causes flooding, property damage, eutrophication, and pollution of coastal areas that threatens the biodiversity, natural resources, and quality of life. Thus, effective implementation of green infrastructure is critical for Maunalua communities to successfully mitigate extreme wet weather impacts and create a healthy urban environment. The project goal was to create a system map to understand the network of entities surrounding green infrastructure, and a gap analysis to identify inefficiencies and leverage points within the system. A final document is also included to synthesize all resources and findings. Furthermore, additional resources are included to aid future research and projects in green infrastructure in Maunalua Bay and other urban cities in Hawaiʻi.
Description:A collection of resources important to green infrastructure research and projects in Maunalua, Oʻahu.
Appears in Collections: 2019 Maunalua Bay Case Study

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