@Inproceedings{RN746, Author = {Matzinger, A. and Schmidt, M. and Riechel, M. and Hein, A. and Bräcker, J. and Strehl, C. and Nickel, D. and Libbe, J. and Sieker, H. and Pallasch, M. and Köhler, M. and Kaiser, D. and Brückmann, S. and Möller, C. and Büter, B. and Gross, G. and Günther, R. and Säumel, I. and Taute, T. and Schwarzmüller, H. and Bartel, H. and Heise, S. and Remy, C. and Sonnenberg, H. and Schmitt, T. G. and Heinzmann, B. and Joswig, K. and Rehfeld-Klein, M. and Reichmann, B. and Rouault, P.}, Booktitle = {International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD)}, Pages = {8}, Title = {Quantifying the effects of urban stormwater management - Towards a novel approach for integrated planning}, Year = {2014}, Abstract = {Integrated planning of stormwater management requires a quantitative description of positive and negative effects of possible measures. We suggest quantifying these effects with generic performance indicators within eight categories: building physics and services, landscape quality, urban climate, biodiversity, groundwater, surface water, direct costs and indirect environmental costs. First results indicate that the defined performance indicators allow an objective pre-selection of measures based on their ability to reach local stormwater management goals. The final selection of measures should be based on an evaluation for a specific city quarter (to reduce indicator uncertainty) and reviewed by local stake holders.}, Project = {kuras}, En_type = {Conference Proceedings}, Access = {public}, en_id = {746} }