Stormwater Symposium

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397329 - Analysis of Future Climate Change on Storm Runoff using SWMM Model for Jordan River Watershed

Monday, June 4
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Greenway AB
Co-Authors: Steven Burian, Salt Lake City – University of Utah

In this research, a SWMM model is developed for stormwater quality and quantity of the Jordan River watershed, Utah. The objective of this research is to study the impact of the future climate change scenarios encompassing the four AR5 climate projections and provide inputs to other models (EFDC, GoldSim, DHSVM, and WASP) to create a system dynamic model of the integrated urban water system for the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. Along with the climate change scenarios future land use changes are studied and implementation of BMP/LID to achieve water quality and quantity as per Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES). The expected results are the temporal and spatial variations in stormwater runoff quality and quantity.

Muhammad Imran Chaudhry, Master of Sciences

Graduate Research Assistant
University of Utah

Muhammad Imran Chaudhry is a civil engineer and has a working experience of 3 years with multinational firms. Imran is doing his Master's in Civil Engineering from the Universty of Utah with research focused toward climate change and impact on stormwater. Imran is also working with Department of Water Quality Utah on an EPA funded project to develop system-wide quality and quantity model for Jordan River watershed in Utah state.

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