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Special Blog Series Highlights Adoption of LID in South Korea

Steven Trinkaus, principal engineer for Trinkaus Engineering, LLC, was invited to present in South Korea by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport’s Smart GI and LID Research Group and the K-Water Institute on “Low Impact Development: Changing the Paradigm.” In addition to his eight-hour presentation on June 24, Trinkaus also attended and spoke at [...]

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The Rainfall Simulator

On my last day in Busan, I presented at a low impact development (LID) seminar hosted by Pusan National University for project team members and graduate students. The focus of the seminar was showing on-the-ground examples of LID. Case studies demonstrated how LID has been applied in past projects. We also discussed necessary site investigation [...]

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The Pusan National University LID Research Group

On Wednesday morning, I did some sight see with Dr. Hyunsuk Shin of Pusan National University. He took me to Beomeosa Temple, located on a mountain above Busan. The original table was constructed approximately 1,000 years ago and is still being used for prayer by many South Koreans. After lunch, the low impact development (LID) research group [...]

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Moving Forward with LID in South Korea

Today, I met with Dr. Hyunsuk Shin of Pusan National University. He provided an overview of the low impact development (LID) research facility. The center will be built adjacent to an existing earthquake research building on the university’s second campus in the next four years. Researchers will evaluate LID concepts in South Korea, examining infiltration [...]

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Low Impact Development: Changing the Paradigm

The first entry in Steve Trinkaus’ blog about his invited talk on low impact development in South Korea and site visits to other LID-related projects.

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