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Ming-Han Li
Ming-Han Li
Professor and School Director, School of Planning, Design and Construction, Michigan State
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Biotechnical engineering as an alternative to traditional engineering methods: A biotechnical streambank stabilization design approach
MH Li, KE Eddleman
Landscape and Urban Planning 60 (4), 225-242, 2002
1712002
The impact of detention basin design on residential property value: Case studies using GIS in the hedonic price modeling
JS Lee, MH Li
Landscape and Urban Planning 89 (1-2), 7-16, 2009
782009
Utilizing the analytic hierarchy process to establish weighted values for evaluating the stability of slope revegetation based on hydroseeding applications in South Korea
SH Kil, DK Lee, JH Kim, MH Li, G Newman
Sustainability 8 (1), 58, 2016
642016
The influence of climate on the effectiveness of low impact development: A systematic review
W Sohn, JH Kim, MH Li, R Brown
Journal of Environmental Management 236, 365-379, 2019
632019
Bioretention for stormwater quality improvement in Texas: Removal effectiveness of Escherichia coli
MH Kim, CY Sung, MH Li, KH Chu
Separation and Purification Technology 84, 120-124, 2012
632012
Overland flow time of concentration on very flat terrains
MH Li, P Chibber
Transportation Research Record 2060 (1), 133-140, 2008
582008
Assessing planning approaches by watershed streamflow modeling: Case study of The Woodlands; Texas
B Yang, MH Li
Landscape and Urban Planning 99 (1), 9-22, 2011
552011
Ecological engineering in a new town development: Drainage design in The Woodlands, Texas
B Yang, LI Ming-Han
Ecological Engineering 36 (12), 1639-1650, 2010
512010
Documenting stormwater quality on Texas highways and adjacent vegetated roadsides
MH Li, ME Barrett, P Rammohan, F Olivera, HC Landphair
Journal of Environmental Engineering 134, 48-59, 2008
512008
Relationship between antecedent dry period and highway pollutant: conceptual models of buildup and removal processes
MH Li, ME Barrett
Water Environment Research 80 (8), 740-747, 2008
492008
Comparing bioretention designs with and without an internal water storage layer for treating highway runoff
MH Li, M Swapp, MH Kim, KH Chu, CY Sung
Water Environment Research 86 (5), 387-397, 2014
432014
Estimation of average rainfall areal reduction factors in Texas using NEXRAD data
F Olivera, J Choi, D Kim, MH Li
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 13 (6), 438-448, 2008
412008
Design-with-nature for multifunctional landscapes: Environmental benefits and social barriers in community development
B Yang, MH Li, S Li
International journal of environmental research and public health 10 (11 …, 2013
392013
Investigating alien plant invasion in urban riparian forests in a hot and semi-arid region
CY Sung, MH Li, GO Rogers, A Volder, Z Wang
Landscape and Urban Planning 100 (3), 278-286, 2011
372011
The effect of urbanization on stream hydrology in hillslope watersheds in central Texas
CY Sung, MH Li
Hydrological Processes 24 (25), 3706-3717, 2010
352010
Impervious surface regulation and urban sprawl as its unintended consequence
CY Sung, Y Yi, MH Li
Land use policy 32, 317-323, 2013
342013
The capitalized amenity of green infrastructure in single-family housing values: An application of the spatial hedonic pricing method
W Sohn, HW Kim, JH Kim, MH Li
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 49, 126643, 2020
332020
Low-impact development for impervious surface connectivity mitigation: assessment of directly connected impervious areas (DCIAs)
W Sohn, JH Kim, MH Li
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 60 (10), 1871-1889, 2017
302017
Predicting bioretention pollutant removal efficiency with design features: A data-driven approach
R Wang, X Zhang, MH Li
Journal of Environmental Management 242, 403-414, 2019
262019
Predicting stream water quality under different urban development pattern scenarios with an interpretable machine learning approach
R Wang, JH Kim, MH Li
Science of The Total Environment 761, 144057, 2021
252021
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