STORMWATER-RELATED REFERENCES

 

Compiled by:

Marco E. Metzger, Ph.D.

Public health Biologist

Vector-Borne Disease Section

California Department of Health Services

 

Through February 23, 2005

 

 

Anon. 1969. The Cities: the price of optimism. Time Magazine 94(5): 41.

 

Anon. 2002. BMP effectiveness requires regular inspection and maintenance. Stormwater 3(3): 44-47.

 

Brown, T., and D. Caraco. 2001. Channel protection. Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 16-19.

 

Burdette, C. W., and K. C. Gugulis. 1978. Sediment ponds turn into freshwater marshes. Soil Conservation 43(6): 12-13.

 

California Health & Safety Code. http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html

 

CH2M Hill. 1999. A mosquito control strategy for the Tres Rios Demonstration Constructed Wetlands. City of Phoenix, AZ, 140 pp.

 

Chanda, D.A., and J.K. Shisler. 1980. Mosquito control problems associated with stormwater control facilities. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 67: 193-200.

 

Clar, M.L. 2001. BMPs and receiving waters: what is the connection? Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 32-34.

 

Coffman, L.S. 2001. Low impact development creating a storm of controversy. Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 7-9.

 

Copeland, C. 2003. Water quality: implementing the Clean Water Act. Congressional Research Service Report IB89102. National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C., 18 pp.

 

Copeland, C. 2003. Clean Water Act and Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) of Pollutants. Congressional Research Service Report 97-831 ENR. National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C., 6 pp.

 

Copeland, C. 1999. Clean Water Act: a summary of the law. Congressional Research Service Report RL30030. National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C., 11 pp.

 

Copeland, C. 1998. Stormwater permits: status of EPA's regulatory program. Congressional Research Service Report 97-290 ENR. National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C., 6 pp.

 

Debo, T.N., and A.J. Reese. 1995. Municipal Storm Water Management. Lewis Publishers, New York, N.Y., 756 pp.

 

Dhillon, M.S., and M.S. Mulla. 1982. Urban underground mosquitoes: development of integrated pest management strategies. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 96-97.

 

Dhillon, M.S., and M.S. Mulla. 1983. Information on urban underground mosquitoes for use in developing integrated pest management strategies. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 98-100.

 

Dhillon, M.S., M.S. Mulla, and J.D. Chaney. 1984. Urban underground mosquitoes: development of integrated pest management strategies. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 104-108.

 

Dhillon, M.S., M.S. Mulla, and J.D. Chaney. 1985. Ecology of urban underground mosquitoes. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 85-88.

 

Dorothy, J.M., and K. Staker. 1990. A preliminary survey for mosquito breeding in stormwater retention ponds in three Maryland counties. Mosquito Control, Maryland Department of Agriculture, College Park, MD. 5 pp.

 

Florida Coordinating Council on Mosquito Control. 1998. Florida Mosquito Control: The state of the mission as defined by mosquito controllers, regulators, and environmental managers. University of Florida. 207 pp. http://fmel.ifas.ufl.edu/whitep/whitep.htm

 

Foster, C.A., and M.D. Matlock. 2001. History of the Clean Water Act. Water Resources IMPACT 3(5): 26-30.

 

Fox, C.A., and C.D. Absher. 2002. Biological assessments. A critical tool for effective water resource planning. Stormwater 3(7): 26-39.

 

Gaffield, S. J., R. L. Goo, L. A. Richards, and R. J. Jackson. 2003. Public health effects of inadequately managed stormwater runoff. Am. J. Pub. Hlth. 93(9): 1527-1533.

 

Gavin, M.J., and J.T. Doerfer. 2001. Retrofit of an extended detention basin in Denver, Colorado. Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 28-31.

 

Hazelrigg, J.E., and F.W. Pelsue. 1980. A technique for controlling mosquito breeding in underground storm drains using methoprene: Altosid (California SLN-780183). In Grant, C.D. (ed.), Proc. Calif. Mosq. Vect. Contr. Assoc. 48: 96-98.

 

Heaney, J.P. 2001. Long-term experimental watersheds and urban stormwater management. Water Resources IMPACT. 3(6): 20-23.

 

Herricks, E.E. 2001. Through the pipe: down the creek! Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 24-26.

 

Jones, J.E. 2001. Overview: BMP performance and receiving water impacts. Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 2.

 

Kay, B.H., P.A. Ryan, B.M. Russell, J.S. Holt, S.A. Lyons, and P.N. Foley. 2000. The importance of subterranean mosquito habitat to arbovirus vector control strategies in north Queensland, Australia. J. Med. Entomol. 37(6): 846-853.

 

Kluh, S., M.E. Metzger, D.F. Messer, J.E. Hazelrigg, and M.B. Madon. 2002. Stormwater, BMPs, and vectors: the inevitable impact of new BMP construction on local public health agencies. Stormwater 3(2): 40-46.

 

Kranz, J., and G. O'Carroll. 1991. Restoration of a detention facility for mosquito control. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 79: 42-46.

 

Kranz, J., and K. W. Bruder. 2000. Best management practices for mosquito control and freshwater wetlands management. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 87: 3-4.

 

McLean, J. 2000. Mosquitos in constructed wetlands: a management bugaboo? In T.R. Schueler and H.K. Holland [eds.], The Practice of Watershed Protection, pp. 29-33. Center for Watershed Protection, Ellicott City, MD.

 

An initial assessment of vector production in structural best management practices in southern California, 40 pp. California Department of Health Services, Vector-Borne Disease Section, June 2001.

 

A preliminary assessment for vector prevention in structural best management practices in southern California, 50 pp. California Department of Health Services, Vector-Borne Disease Section, June 2001.

 

A preliminary assessment of vectors associated with stormwater management structures in the United States: a nationwide vector control perspective, 52 pp. California Department of Health Services, Vector-Borne Disease Section, June 2001.

 

A preliminary assessment of vectors associated with stormwater management structures in the United States: addendum, 115 pp. California Department of Health Services, Vector-Borne Disease Section, June 2001.

 

A three-year assessment of vector production in structural best management practices in southern California, 50 pp. California Department of Health Services, Vector-Borne Disease Section, June 2002.

 

Metzger, M.E. 2004. Managing mosquitoes in stormwater treatment devices. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Publication 8125. http:// anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu/pdf/8125.pdf

 

Metzger, M.E., and S. Kluh. 2003. Surface hydrocarbons vs. mosquito breeding (letter). Stormwater 4(1): 10.

 

Metzger, M.E., D.F. Messer, C.L. Beitia, C.M. Myers, and V.L. Kramer. 2002. The dark side of stormwater runoff management: disease vectors associated with structural BMPs. Stormwater 3(2): 24-39.

 

Metzger, M.E., C. M. Myers, and V. L. Kramer. 2003. The "dark side" of stormwater runoff management: vectors associated with BMPs. In Madon, M.B. (ed.), Proc. Calif. Mosq. Vect. Contr. Assoc. 70: 2-10.

 

Metzger, M.E., C.M. Myers, and V.L. Kramer. 2001. Caltrans project: vector production, pp. 47-50. In Vector-Borne Diseases in California, 2000 Annual Report. Vector-Borne Disease Section, California Department of Health Services.

 

Metzger, M.E., and C.M. Myers. 2002. Caltrans special project: mosquito production, pp. 38-41. In Vector-Borne Diseases in California, 2001 Annual Report. Vector-Borne Disease Section, California Department of Health Services.

 

Miura, T. 1980. Estimation of mosquito population size in confined natural breeding sites. In Grant, C.D. (ed.), Proc. Calif. Mosq. Vect. Contr. Assoc. 48: 108-112.

 

Miura, T., and F.S. Mulligan, III. 1982. Mosquitofish for control of mosquitoes in underground drains. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 55-56.

 

Mulligan, F.S., III, and C.H. Schaefer. 1982. The breeding of Culex quinquefasciatus within the Fresno urban storm drain system. Proc. Calif. Mosq. Vect. Contr. Assoc. 49: 101-103.

 

Mulligan, F.S., III, and C.H. Schaefer. 1982. A physical barrier for controlling mosquitoes which breed in urban storm drains. Mosq. News 42(3): 360-365.

 

Myers, C.M., E. Colson, and G.L. Challet. 1973. Potential vector problems associated with subsurface utility enclosures. Proc. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Assoc. 41: 91.

 

Myers, C.M., E.W. Colson, and J.W. Bunnell. 1974. Report of investigation of potential mosquito breeding in underground utility enclosures. Proc. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Assoc. 42: 131.

 

Nichols, H. 1999. The great dipper debacle. Wing Beats 10(1): 8-9, 16.

 

O'Carroll, G. 1978. The mosquito abatement hazards of detention-retention facilities in New Jersey. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 65: 158-165.

 

O'Carroll, G., and K. W. Bruder. 1989. Development of best management practices for mosquito control in freshwater wetlands. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 76: 11-14.

 

O'Carroll, G., and K. W. Bruder. 1989. Best management practices for mosquito control and freshwater wetlands management. New Jersey Dept. Environmental Protection, Trenton, NJ, 44 pp.

 

Pfunter, A.R. 1978. The development and control of Culex quinquefasciatus Say and Culex peus Speiser in urban catch basins. In Grant, C.D. (ed.), Proc. Calif. Mosq. Vect. Contr. Assoc. 46: 126-129.

 

Reinert, W., and J. Garcia. 1987. Stormwater facilities as a mosquito source in Atlantic County. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 74: 84-89.

 

Santana, F.J., J.R. Wood, R.E. Parsons, and S.K. Chamberlain. 1994. Control of mosquito breeding in permitted stormwater systems. Sarasota County Mosquito Control and Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, FL., 46 pp.

 

Schaefer, C.H., and F.S. Mulligan, III. 1980. Retrofitting catch basins to eliminate Culex quinquefasciatus breeding. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 123.

 

Schaefer, C.H., and F.S. Mulligan. 1980. Urban breeding of Culex quinquefasciatus in storm drain systems. Univ. Calif. Mosq. Contr. Res. Annu. Rept. pp. 49-50.

 

Schimmenti, F.G. 1979. Mosquito control problems associated with and general guidelines for detention and retention basins. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 66: 139-148.

 

Schmidt, R.F. 1980. A two year study of multi-purpose water structures in Middlesex County, N.J. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 67: 184-192.

 

Shisler, J. K., and D. Wiley. 1982. Stormwater development in New Jersey. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 69: 22-29.

 

Skupien, J. J. 1982. Storm water management: priorities and perspectives. Proc. N.J. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 69: 65-72.

 

Smith, C.M., and J.K. Shisler. 1981. An assessment of storm water drainage facilities as sources of mosquito breeding. Mosq. News 41(2): 226-230.

 

Strecker, E.W. 2001. Low impact development (LID) how low impact is it? Water Resources IMPACT 3(6): 10-15.

 

Strickman, D., and J.T. Lang. 1986. Activity of Culex quinquefasciatus in an underground storm drain in San Antonio, Texas. J. Am. Mosq. Cont. Assoc. 2(3): 379-381.

 

Su, T., J.P. Webb, R.P. Meyer, and M.S. Mulla. 2003. Spatial and temporal distribution of mosquitoes in underground storm drain systems in Orange County, California. J. Vect. Ecol. 28(1): 79-89.

 

Urbonas, B.R. 2001. Protecting our receiving waters with BMPs. Water Resources IMPACT. 3(6): 3-6.

 

United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 1999. Announcement of final safe harbor policy. Federal Register 64(116): 32717-32726. http://endangered.fws.gov/policy/safe_har.pdf

 

Walton, W. E. 2003. Managing mosquitoes in surface-flow constructed treatment wetlands. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Publication 8117. http:// anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu/pdf/8117.pdf

 

Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). 1998. Urban Runoff Quality Management. WEF Manual of Practice No. 23. ASCE Manual and Report on Engineering Practice No. 87. Alexandria, VA: Water Environment Federation; Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

 

Williams, T. 1996. What good is a wetland? Audubon 98(6): 44-53, 98-100.

 

Zinn, J.A., and C. Copeland. 2003. Wetland issues. Congressional Research Service Report IB97014. National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C., 18 pp.