n. An artificial channel or conduit, now usually covered and underground, for carrying off and discharging waste water and the refuse from houses and towns.

O'Brien, Miles. "Crumbling Pipes and Underground Waste: A Glimpse at Our Nation's Ailing Sewer System." PBS, January 4, 2013. Youtube Video, 11:06.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. The Buried River.

Texts and other related media

Pinkham, Richard, and Rocky Mountain Institute. Daylighting : New Life for Buried Streams. Old Snowmass, Co.: Rocky Mountain Institute, 2000.
Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was” Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018.

Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was.” Image. Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. “Reclaiming Common Ground: Water, Neighborhoods, and Public Spaces," in Robert Fishman, ed., The American Planning Tradition. Woodrow Wilson Press and Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000: xx.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. "Restoring Mill Creek: Landscape Literacy, Environmental Justice and City Planning and Design." Landscape Research 30, no. 3 (2005): 395-413.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. The West Philadelphia Landscape Project Website.
Wilson Center. “The American Planning Tradition: Culture and Policy.” Image. Wilson Center, 2000.