An analysis was performed to determine current and projected impervious surface areas in the Town of Durham, New Hampshire with the purpose of generating data to guide the adoption of stormwater management practices in the Town. Because impervious surfaces affect stormwater runoff peak flows and volumes significantly, it is critical to understand the Town’s impervious area characteristics (and the resulting stormwater management implications) under current conditions in order to develop appropriate stormwater management policies.
New Hampshire Estuaries Program
Cedarholm, David and Stone Environmental, Inc., "Impervious Surface Analysis for Durham Under Current and Build-Out Conditions In Support of Stormwater Management" (2007). PREP Publications. 240.