I'm a computer programmer trying to make sense of storm water management regulations that affect the rural property on which I'm going to build a house. My site-planner's initial design for the wooded lot called for the removal of a stand of mature trees to make space for a rain garden. What!!? Long story short, I need to be directed to a tutorial that will let me do my own analysis: that doesn't assume an urban environment, that doesn't assume that required water retention features will be located next to the source of runoff, that lets me determine my runoff management obligations at the down-slope property boundary, taking into account the runoff coefficients of the woods between my house site and the property line.
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