Jonathan Page

Extension Associate

Professional Engineer
Ph.D. Student
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As member of the Stream Restoration Program (SRP), specific design, implementation and research areas include Watershed Restoration, Ecological Engineering and River Restoration. Current research efforts include evaluating natural and restored channel adjustments; quantifying and evaluating stream functions and uplift at reference quality and restored sites, water quality treatment capabilities of Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance Systems in heavy agricultural environments, nutrient processing in restored streams, innovative grade controls to restore incised urban streams, flood mitigation modeling and using analytical tools to enhance river restoration design and sediment transport modeling.

Extension short courses instructed through SRP Stream Restoration Program : Backyard Stream Repair, RC 101 – Stream Morphology Assessment, RC: 201 – Natural Channel Design Principles, RC 302 – HEC-RAS for Stream Restoration and RC 401 – Stream Restoration Construction and Implementation. On campus courses supported and guest lectured: AES 443 – Environmental Restoration Implementation, BAE 575 – Stormwater Control Measure Design, BAE 584 – Intro to Fluvial Geomorphology.

The objective of SRP is to improve the efficiency, function and quality of watershed and stream restoration in North Carolina by conveying experience, research and experiential findings to students, practitioners and other researchers through journal articles, fact sheets, classes, short courses, workshops and conference presentations.

Recent Publications

Hydrologic and Water Quality Performance of Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance Installed to Stabilize an Eroded Outfall

Koryto, K. M., Hunt III, W. F., & Page, J. L. (In Press). Ecological Engineering

Performance of Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance on the Removal of Dissolved Pollutants – A Field Scale Simulation Study 

Koryto, K. M., Hunt III, W. F., Arellano, C., & Page, J. L. (In Press). Journal of Environmental Engineering 

 

Recent Grants

Evaluation of Alluvial Channel Adjustments and Stream Functions in the North Carolina Piedmont
NC Department of Environmental Quality (10/01/2016 – 04/30/2019)

Functional Assessment of Paired Restored and Unrestored Streams in the North Carolina Piedmont

Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) (7/01/2017 – 7/01/2019)

Implementation of Innovative Grade Controls for Restoring an Incised Urban Channel at Millbrook Exchange Park

Clean Water Management Trust Fund and City of Raleigh (04/27/2017 – 12/31/2019)

Town of Windsor and Cashie River Flood Mitigation Study

Bertie County and Golden Leaf Foundation (7/1/2017 – 12/31/2017)

Education

M.S. 2013

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

NC State University

B.S. 2009

Civil Engineering

NC State University

Publications

Performance of regenerative stormwater conveyance on the removal of dissolved pollutants: Field scale simulation study
Koryto, K. M., Hunt, W. F., Arellano, C., & Page, J. L. (2018), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 144(6).
Stormwater management in nutrient-sensitive watersheds: a case study investigating impervious cover limits and pollutant-load regulations
Stillwell, C. C., Hunt, W. F., Page, J. L., Baird, J. B., & Kennedy, S. G. (2018), WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 78(3), 664–675. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2018.338
Retrofitting residential streets with stormwater control measures over sandy soils for water quality improvement at the catchment scale
Page, J. L., Winston, R. J., Mayes, D. B., Perrin, C. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 141(4). https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)ee.1943-7870.0000898
Retrofitting with innovative stormwater control measures: Hydrologic mitigation of impervious cover in the municipal right-of-way
Page, J. L., Winston, R. J., Mayes, D. B., Perrin, C., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Journal of Hydrology, 527, 923–932. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.04.046
Soils beneath suspended pavements: An opportunity for stormwater control and treatment
Page, J. L., Winston, R. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Ecological Engineering, 82, 40–48.
A collaborative approach to voluntary watershed restoration in coastal North Carolina
Carey, E. S., Page, J. L., Shew, R. D., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), (pp. 404–410).

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Grants

Phase II School Campus Stormwater Assessment and Implementation
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(5/01/18 - 12/31/20)
Jaycee Park Forested Stormwater Wetland Retrofit
NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund(1/17/18 - 9/30/19)
Upper Durant Lake Retrofit Alternatives Analysis
Raleigh, NC(1/19/18 - 6/30/19)
Flood Abatement for Neuse, Tar, and Lumber Rivers
NC Department of Transportation(2/01/18 - 12/30/19)
Evaluation of Nutrient Reduction Crediting Strategies for Stream Restoration
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(10/01/17 - 8/31/18)
Town of Windsor Flood Reduction Feasibility Study
Bertie County(6/01/17 - 6/30/18)
School Campus Stormwater Assessment
NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)(6/15/17 - 8/31/18)
Functional Assessment of Paired Restored and Unrestored Streams in the North Carolina Piedmont
Environmental Defense Fund(7/01/17 - 7/31/18)
Implementation of Innovative Grade Controls for Restoring an Incised Urban Channel at Millbrook Exchange Park
Raleigh, NC(4/27/17 - 12/31/19)
Evaluation of Alluvial Channel Adjustments and Stream Functions in the North Carolina Piedmont
NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)(10/01/16 - 4/30/19)