Water Sensitive SA

Infiltration – Evidence & research

Bartens J, Day S, Harris J, Dove J & Wynn, T (2008) Can urban tree roots improve infiltration through compacted subsoils for stormwater management. Journal of Environmental Quality, 37(6), pp 2048-57.

Fletcher TD, Duncan HP, Poelsma P and Lloyd SD (2004) Stormwater flow and quality and the effectiveness of non-proprietary stormwater treatment measures – a review and gap analysis . Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology. Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria.

Grey V, Livesley SJ, Fletcher TD and Szota C (2018) Tree pits to help mitigate runoff in dense urban areas. Journal of hydrology, 565, pp.400-410.

Johnson T, Lawry D and Sapdhare H (2016) The Council verge as the next wetland: TREENET and the Cities of Mitcham and Salisbury investigate. In: Acta Horticularturae 1108: pp 63-70.

Shahzad H, Myers B, Hewa G, Johnson T, Boland J and Mujtaba H (2021) Characterizing the stormwater runoff quality and evaluating the performance of curbside infiltration systems to improve stormwater quality of an urban catchment. Water 2022, 14(1), 14; https://doi.org/10.3390/w14010014.

Thom JK, Szota C, Coutts AM, Fletcher TD and Livesley SJ (2020) Transpiration by established trees could increase the efficiency of stormwater control measures. Water research, 173, p.115597.

Tu MC, Caplan JS, Eisenman SW and Wadzuk BM (2020) When green infrastructure turns grey: Implications of overdesign on plant water stress. Preprints 2019, 2019090083 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201909.0083.v2).

Acknowledgement of Country

Water Sensitive SA acknowledges Aboriginal people as the First Peoples and Nations of the lands and waters we live and work upon, and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect the deep spiritual connection and the relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to Country.