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Research Article

Evaluation of a Depth-Based Multivariate -Nearest Neighbor Resampling Method with Stormwater Quality Data

Table 1

Selected 20 stations list employed in Figures 2 and 3.

StationLatitude (Decimal)Longitute (Decimal)Site Name

128.54−81.37Greenwood Urban Wetland
239.69−74.25Stafford NJ Subdiv. Colony Lakes EMCON
339.69−74.26Stafford NJ Subdivision Colony Lakes OCB
438.02−78.5529 South Buffer Strip
543.88−79.46Heritage Estates Stormwater Manag. Pond
639.69−74.25Stafford NJ Sub. Colony Lakes Soil Save
728.54−81.37Lake Olive VVRS
843.14−70.86University of New Hampshire A1
928.39−80.71FL Blvd Detention Pond
1035.23−80.84Hal Marshall Bioretention Cell
1140.04−75.35Villanova Traffic Island
1247.33−122.24WA Ecology Embankment at SR 167 MP 16.4
1327.17−80.69Lake O Sediment Demo
1427.92−82.77Largo Regional STF
1527.96−82.45Florida Aquarium Test Site
1633.38−117.57San Onofre RVTS
1733.87−117.74Yorba Linda RVTS
1838.04−78.48Jensen Precast (UVA)—Phase I
1927.99−82.37East Lake Outfall
2034.28−118.40I-210/Filmore Street

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