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Alligator Creek Stormwater Treatment Project Fact Sheet2012doc_pdf1682.2Sarasota County Government1020212This is a water quality project meant to improve stormwater quality from the Venice Gardens lake system before it flows into Alligator Creek and Lemon Bay. Nutrients currently found in the water include nitrogen and phosphorus that are incorporated in suspended solids. Stormwater will be treated to remove a percentage of the suspended solids and nutrients and then recirculated back into the main Venice Gardens lake system during dry periods. Alligator%20Creek%20Stormwater%20Treatment%20Flyer%2005-10-10.pdf8Sarasota
Analysis of Measured Data Memo - Sarasota County Pollutant Loading Model Development2007doc_pdf304Sarasota County Water Resources1007798Documentation on the data, methodology, and results to find a method of prediction that accounts for antecedent moisture conditions (matches rainfall and flow data) by separating direct runoff from total flow hydrograph. Also an examination of how well the rainfall and flow data correlate to determine the applicability of the data for model calibration and the potential range of errors in the data. The MAT1 and CPS1 gages were selected for these tasks.Analysis%20of%20Measured%20Data%20Memo%2001-09-07.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Groundwater Runoff Calculation Lesson Plandoc_pdf0Geological Society of America1017736Groundwater - Water we doing to our planet? – Students will calculate yearly runoff created by a parking lot, and calculate the loss of water that would have entered the groundwater system.http://www.geosociety.org/educate/lessonplans/Groundwater.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County and City of Sarasota NPDES MS4 19981999doc_pdf279Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners1007164Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County and the City of Sarasota with the requirements if their National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System ("MS4") permit. In general, the County and City are required to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from their stormwater drainage systems.1998%20Annual%20Report.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County and City of Sarasota NPDES MS4 19992000doc_pdf591Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners1007311Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County and the City of Sarasota with the requirements if their National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System ("MS4") permit. In general, the County and City are required to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from their stormwater drainage systems.1999%20Final%20Annual%20Report.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County and City of Sarasota NPDES MS4 20002001doc_pdf700Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners1007163Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County and the City of Sarasota with the requirements if their National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System ("MS4") permit. In general, the County and City are required to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from their stormwater drainage systems.Annual%20Report%20DRAFT.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County and City of Sarasota NPDES MS4 20012002doc_pdf619Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners1007162Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County and the City of Sarasota with the requirements if their National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System ("MS4") permit. In general, the County and City are required to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from their stormwater drainage systems.1_2001%20Annual%20Report%20Final.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County and City of Sarasota NPDES MS4 2002-20032003doc_pdf797Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners1007161Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County and the City of Sarasota with the requirements if their National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System ("MS4") permit. In general, the County and City are required to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from their stormwater drainage systems.Sarasota%20County%20Annual%20Report%20092903.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County NPDES MS4 2003-20042004doc_pdf2403Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners1007309Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County with the requirements if its National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System ("MS4") permit. In general, the County is required to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from its stormwater drainage system.Sarasota%20County%20Year%202%20Annual%20Report%20FINAL.pdf8Sarasota
Annual Report for Sarasota County NPDES MS4 2004-20052005doc_pdf1243Sarasota County Environmental Services1007530Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County with the requirements if its National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. The permit requires the County to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from its stormwater drainage system.Sarasota%20County%20Annual%20Report%20for%202004-2005%2009-29-05%20FINAL.pdf8Sarasota