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CECW-EH-W
Department of the Army
ER 1110-2-240
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Engineer
Regulation
1110-2-240
Washington, DC 20314-1000
Engineering and Design
WATER CONTROL MANAGEMENT
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8 October 1982
DEPARTMENT
OF THE ARMY
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
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ER 1110-2-240
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Engineering
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WATER CONTROL MANAGEMENT
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WATER CONTROL MANAGEMENT
This change to ER 1110-2-240, 8 October 1982, expands the
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Corps requirements for public meetings and public involvement in
preparing water control plans in order to conform with the
requirements of Public Law 101-640 (Water Resources Development
Act of 1990), Section 310.(b). The guidance contained in this
change was announced to the public in the Tuesday, August 11,
1992 issue of the Federal Recfister.
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FOR THE COMMANDER:
WILLIAM D. BROWN
Colonel, Corps of Engineers
Chief of Staff
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US Army Corps of Engineers
Washington, D. C. 20314
Regulation
No. 1110-2-240
ER 1110-2-240
33 CFR Part 222
Sec 222.7
8 October 1982
Engineering and Design
WATER CONTROL MANAGEMENT
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This regulation prescribes policies and procedures to be
followed by the US Army Corps of Engineers in carrying out water control
management activities, including establishment of water control plans for
Corps and non-Corps projects, as required by Federal laws and directives.
2. Applicability. This regulation is applicable to all field operating
activities having civil works responsibilities.
3* References. Appendix A lists US Army Corps of Engineers publications
and sections of Federal statutes and regulations that are referenced
herein.
4.
Authorities.
a. US Army Corps of Engineers Projects. Authorities for allocation
of storage and regulation of projects owned and operated by the Corps of
Engineers are contained in legislative authorization acts and referenced
project documents. These public laws and project documents usually
contain provisions for development of water control plans, and
appropriate revisions thereto, under the discretionary authority of the
Chief of Engineers. Some modifications in project operation are
permitted under congressional enactments subsequent to original project
authorization. Questions that require interpretations of authorizations
affecting regulation of specific reservoirs will be referred to CDR USACE
(DAEN-CWE-HW), WASH DC 20314, with appropriate background information
and analysis, for resolution.
b. Non-Corps Projects. The Corps of Engineers is responsible for
prescribing flood control and navigation regulations for certain
reservoir projects constructed or operated by other Federal, non-Federal
or private agencies. There are several classes of such projects: Those
authorized by special acts of Congress; those for which licenses issued
by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Formerly Federal Power
Commission) provide that operation shall be in accordance with
instructions of the Secretary of the Army; those covered by agreements
between the operating agency and the Corps of Engineers; and those that
fall under the terms of general legislative and administrative
provisions. These authorities, or illustrative examples, are described
briefly in Appendix B.
This regulation supersedes ER 1110-2-240, 22 April 1970
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Terminology: Water Control Plans and Reservoir Regulation Schedules.
a. Water control plans include coordinated regulation schedules for
project/system regulation and such additional provisions as may be
required to collect, analyze and disseminate basic data, prepare detailed
operating instructions, assure project safety and carry out regulation of
projects in an appropriate manner.
b. The term “reservoir regulation schedule” refers to a compilation
of operating criteria, guidelines, rule curves and specifications that
govern basically the storage and release functions of a reservoir. In
general, schedules indicate limiting rates of reservoir releases required
during various seasons of the year to meet all functional objectives of
the particular project, acting separately or in combination with other
projects in a system. Schedules are usually expressed in the form of
graphs and tabulations, supplemented by concise specifications.
6.
General Policies.
a. Water control plans will be developed for reservoirs, locks and
dams, deregulation and major control structures and interrelated systems
to conform with objectives and specific provisions of authorizing
legislation and applicable Corps of Engineers reports. They will include
any applicable authorities established after project construction. The
water control plans will be prepared giving appropriate consideration to
all applicable Congressional Acts relating to operation of Federal
facilities, i.e., Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act (P.L. 85-624),
Federal Water Project Recreation Act-Uniform Policies (P.L. 89-72),
National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (P.L. 91-190), and Clean Water
Act of 1977 (P.L. 95-217). Thorough analysis and testing studies will be
made as necessary to establish the optimum water control plans possible
within prevailing constraints.
b. Necessary actions will be taken to keep approved water control
plans up-to-date. For this purpose, plans will be subject to continuing
and progressive study by personnel in field offices of the Corps of
Engineers. These personnel will be professionally qualified in technical
areas involved and familiar with comprehensive project objectives and
other factors affecting water control. Organizational requirements for
water control management are further discussed in ER 1110-2-1400.
c. Water control plans developed for specific projects and reservoir
systems will be clearly documented in appropriate water control manuals.
These manuals will be prepared to meet initial requirements when
storage in the reservoir begins. They will be revised as necessary to
conform with changing requirements resulting from developments in the
project area and downstream, improvements in technology, new legislation
and other relevant factors, provided such revisions comply with existing
Federal regulations and established Corps of Engineers policy.
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d. Development and execution of water control plans will include
appropriate consideration for efficient water management in conformance
with the emphasis on water conservation as a national priority. The
objectives of efficient water control management are to produce
beneficial water savings and improvements in the availability and quality
of water resulting from project regulation/operation. Balanced resource
use through improved regulation should be developed to conserve as much
water as possible and maximize all project functions consistent with
project/system management. Continuous examination should be made of
regulation schedules, possible need for storage reallocation (within
existing authority and constraints) and to identify needed changes in
normal regulation. Emphasis should be placed on evaluating conditions
that could require deviation from normal release schedules as part of
drought contingency plans (ER 1110-2-1941).
e. Adequate provisions for collection, analysis and dissemination of
basic data, the formulation of specific project regulation directives,
and the performance of project regulation will be established at field
level.
f. Appropriate provisi~ns will be made for monitoring project
operations, formulating advisories to higher authorities, and
disseminating information to others concerned. These actions are
required to facilitate proper regulation of systems and to keep the
public fully informed regarding all pertinent water contol matters.
In development and execution of water control plans, appropriate
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attention will be given to project safety in accordance with
ER 1130-2-417 and ER 1130-2”-419so as to insure that all water impounding
structures are operated for the safety of users of the facilities and the
general public. Care will be exercised in the development of reservoir
regulation schedules to assure that controlled releases minimize project
impacts and do not jeopardize the safety of persons engaged in activities
downstream of the facility. Water control plans will include provisions
for iss!lingadequate warnings or otherwise alerting all affected
interests to possible hazards from project regulation activities.
h. In carrying out water control activities, Corps of Engineers
personnel must recognize and observe the legal responsibility of the
National Weather Service (NWS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA), for issuing weather forecasts and flood warnings?
including river discharges and stages. River forecasts prepared by the
Corps of Engineers in the execution of its responsibilities should not be
released to th:+general public, unless the NWS is willing to make the
release or agrees to such dissemination. However, release to interested
parties of factual information on current storms or river conditions and
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properly quoted NWS forecasts is permissible. District offices are
to
comanities
and
individuals
regarding
encouraged to provide assistance
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the impact of forecasted floods. Typical advice would be to provide
approximate wate!-surface elevations at.locations upstream and downstream
of the NWS forecasting stream gages. Announcement of anticipated changes
in reservoir release rates as far in advance as possible to the general
public is the responsibility of Corps of Engineers water control managers
for projects under their jurisdiction.
Water control plans will be developed in concert with all basin
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interests which are or could be impacted by or have an influence on
project regulation. Close coordination will be maintained with all
appropriate international, Federal, State, regional and local agencies in
the development and execution of water control plans. Effective public
information programs will be developed and maintained so as to inform and
educate the public regarding Corps of Engineers water control management
activities.
Fiscal year budget requests for water control management
activities will be prepared and submitted to the Office of the Chief of
Engineers in accordance with requirements established in Engineer
Circular on Annual Budget Reouests for Civil Works Activities. The total
annual costs of all activities and facilities that support the water
control functions, (excluding physical operation of projects, but
including flood control and navigation regulation of projects subject to
33 CFR 208.11) are to be reported. Information on the Water Control Data
Systems and associated Communications Category of the Plant Replacement
and Improvement Program will be submitted with the annual budget.
Reporting will be in accordance with the annual Engineer Circular on
Civil Works Operations and Maintenance, General Program.
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7.
Responsibilities: US Army Corps of Engineers Projects.
a. Preparation of Water Control Plans and Manuals. Normally,
district commanders are primarily responsible for background studies and
for developing plans and manuals required for reservoirs, locks and dams,
deregulation and major control str~]cturesand interrelated systems in
their respective district areas. Policies and general guidelines are
prescribed by OCE engineer regulations while specific requirements to
implement OCE guidance are established by the division commanders
concerned. Master Water Control Manuals for river basins that include
more than one district are usually prepared by or under direct
supervision of dil?isionrepresentatives. Division commanders are
responsible for providing such management and technical assistance as may
be required to assure that plans and manuals are prepared on a timely and
adequate basis to meet water control requirements in the division area,
and for pertinent coordination among districts, divisions, and other
appropriate entities.
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b.
Public Involvement and Information.
(1) Public Meeting and Public Involvement.
The Corps of
Engineers will sponsor public involvement activities, as
appropria tef to apprise the general public of the water con~rol
plan.
In developing or modifying water control manuals, the
following criteria is applicable.
(a) Conditions that require public involvement and public
meetings include: development of a new water control manual that
includes a water control plan; or revision or update of a water
control manual that changes the water control plan.
(b) Revisions to water control manuals that are
administrative or informational in nature and that do not change
the water control plan do not require public meetings.
(c) For those conditions described in paragraph (a) .~hve,
the Corps will provide information to the public concerning
proposed water control management decisions at least 30 days in
advance of a public meeting.
In so doing, a separate document(s)
should be prepared that explains the recommended water control
plan or change, and provides technical information explaining the
basis for the recommendation.
It should include a description of
its impacts (both monetary and nonmonetary) for various purposes,
and the comparisons with alternative plans or changes and their
effects.
The plan or manual will be prepared only after the
public involvement process associated with its development or
change is complete.
(d) For those conditions described in paragraph (a) above,
the responsible division office will send each proposed water
control manual to the Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, ATTN:
CECW-EH-W for review and comment prior to approval by the
responsible division office.
(2) Information Availability.
The water control manual
will be made available for examination by the general public upon
request at the appropriate office of the Corps of Engineers.
Public notice shall be given in the event of occurring or
anticipated significant changes in reservoir storage or flow
releases.
The method of conveying this information shall_be
commensurate with the urgency of the situation and the lead time
available.
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c. Authoritv for ADDroval of Plans and Manuals.
Division
commanders are delegated authority for approval of water control plans
“and manuals, and associated activities.
d. OCE Role in W ater Control Ac tivities. OCE will establish
policies and guidelines applicable to all field offices and for such
actions as are necessary to assure a reasonable degree of consistence in
basic policies and prac~ices in all Division areas: Assistance will-be
provided to field offices during emergencies and upon special request.
e. ~ng.
Division and district
commanders are responsible for conducting appropriate programs for
improving technical methods applicable to water control activities in
their respective areas. Suitable training programs should be maintained
to assure a satisfactory performance capability in water cb”ntrol
activities.
Appropriate coordination of such programs with similar
activities in other areas will be accomplished to avoid duplication of
effort, and to foster desirable exchange of ideas and developments.
Initiative in re-evaluating methods and guidelines previously
established in official documents referred to in paragraph 9 is
encouraged where needs are evident. However, proposals for major
deviations from basic concepts, policies and general practices reflected
in official publications will be submitted to CDR USACE (DAEN-CWE)
WASH DC 20314 for concurrence or comment before being adopted for
substantial application in actual project regulation at field level.
8.
Directives
and Technical Instruction Manuals.
a. Directives issued through OCE Engineer Regulations will be
used to foster consistency in policies and basic practices.
They will
be supplemented as needed by other forms of communication.
b. Engineering Manuals (EM) and Engineer Technical Letters (ETL)
are issued by OCE to serve as general guidelines and technical aids in
developing water control plans and manuals for individual projects or
systems.
c. EM 1110-2-3600 discusses principles and concepts involved in
developing water control plans.
Instructions relating to preparation of
‘Water Control Manuals for specific projects” are included. EM 111o-23600 should be used as a general guide to water control activities.
The
instructions are sufficiently flexible to permit adaptation to specific
regions.
Supplemental information regarding technical methods is provided in numerous documents distributed to field offices as “hydrologic
references. “
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d. Special assistance in technical studies is available from the
Hydrologic Engineering Center, Corps of Engineers, 609 Second Street,
-Davis, California
95616 and DAEN-CWE-HW.
9. Yater Control Manuals for U.S. Armv
CODS
of Enp ineers Pr01 ects.
a. As used herein, the term “Water Control Manual” refers to
manuals that relate primarily to the functional regulation of an individual project or system of projects. Although such manuals normally
include background information concerning physical features of projects,
they do not prescribe rules or methods for physical maintenance or care
(References 15 and
of facilities, which are covered in other documents.
23, Appendix A.)
b. Water control manuals prepared in substantially the detail and
format specified in instructions referred to in paragraph.8 are required
for all reservoirs under the supervision of the Corps of Engineers,
regardless of the purpose or size of the project. Water Control manuals
are also required for lock and dam, deregulation and major control
structure projects that are physically regulated by the Corps of Engineers. Where there are several projects in a drainage basin with interrelated purposes, a “Master Manual” shall be prepared. The effects of
non-Corps projects will be considered in appropriate detail, including
an indication of provisions for interagency coordination.
c.
“Preliminary Water Control Manuals” for projects regulated by
the Corps of Engineers should contain regulation schedules in sufficient
detail to establish the basic plan of initial project regulation.
d. As a general rule, preliminary manuals should be superseded by
more detailed interim or “final” manuals within approximately one year
after the project is placed in operation.
e.
Each water control manual will contain a section on special
regulations to be conducted during emergency situations,-including
droughts.
Preplanned operations and coordination are essential to
effective relief or assistance.
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f. One copy of all water control manuals and subsequent revisions
shall be forwarded to DAEN-CWE-HW for file purposes as soon as
practicable after completion, preferably within 30 days from date of
approval at the division level.
Policies and Requirements for Preparing Regulations for Non-corps
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a. Division and district commanders will develop water control plans
as required by Section 7 of the 1944 Flood Control Act, the Federal Power
Act and Section 9 of Public Law 436-83 for all projects located within
their areas, in conformance with ER 1110-2-241. That regulation
prescribes the policy and general procedures for regulating reservoir
projects capable of regulation for flood control or navigation, except
projects owned and operated by the Corps of Engineers; the International
Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico; those under the
jurisdiction of the International Joint Commission, United States and
Canada, and the Columbia River Treaty. ER 1110-2-241 permits the
promulgation of specific regulations for a project in compliance with the
authorizing acts, when agreement on acceptable regulations cannot be
reached between the Corps Engineers and the owners. Appendix B provides
a summary of the Corps of Engineers responsibilities for prescribing
regulations for non-Corps reservoir projects.
b. Water control plans will be developed and processed as soon as
possible for applicable projects already completed and being operated by
other entities, including projects built by the Corps of Engineers and
turned over to others for operation.
c* In so far as practicable, water control plans for non-Corps
projects should be developed in cooperation with owning/operating
agencies involved during project planning stages. Thus, tentative
agreements on contents, including pertinent regulation schedules and
diagrams, can be accomplished prior to completion of the project.
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d. The magnitude and mture of storage allocations for flood control
or navigation purposes in non-Corps projects are governed basically by
conditions of project authorizations or other legislative provisions and
may include any or all of the following types of storage assignments:
(1) Year-round allocations: Storage remains the same all year.
(2) Seasonal allocations: Storage varies on a fixed seasonal basis.
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(3) Variable allocations of flood control from year to year,
depending on hydrologic parameters, such as snw cover.
e. Water control plans should be developed to attain maximum flood
control or navigation benefits, consistent with other project
requirements, from the storage space provided for these purposes. men
reservoir storage capacity of the category referred to in paragraph
10d(3) is utilized for flood control or navigation, jointly with other
objectives, the hydrologic parameters and related rules developed under
provisions of ER 1110-2-241 should conform as equitably as possible with
the multiple-purpose objectives established in project authorizations and
other pertinent legislation.
f. Storage allocations made for flood control or navigation purposes
in non-Corps projects are not subject to modifications by the Corps of
Engineers as a prerequisite for prescribing 33 CFR 208.11 regulations.
However, regulations developed for use of such storage should be
predicated on a mutual understanding between representatives of the Corps
and the operating agency concerning the conditions of the allocations in
order to assure reasonable achievement of basic objectives intended. In
the event field representatives of the Corps of Engineers, and the
operating agency are unable to reach necessary agreements after all
reasonable possibilities have been explored, appropriate background
explanations and recommendations should be submitted to DAEN<WE-H’W for
consideration.
The Chief of Engineers is responsible for prescribing regulations
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for use of flood control or navigation storage and/or project operation
under the provisions of the referenced legislative acts. Accordingly,
any regulations established should designate the division/district
co-ander who is responsible to the Chief of Engineers as the
representative to issue any special instructions required under the
regulation. However, to the extent practicable, project regulatims
should be written to permit operation of the project by the owner without
interpretations of the regulations by the designated representative of
the Co~ander during operating periods.
h. Responsibility for compliance with 33 Cm 208.11 regulations
rests with the operating agency. The division or district coxmnanderof
the area in which the project is located will be kept informed regarding
project operations to verify reasonable conformance with the
regulations. The Chief of Engineers or his designated representative may
authorize or direct deviation from the established water control plan
when conditions warrant such deviation. In the event unapproved
deviations from the prescribed regulations seem evident, the division or
district comander concerned will bring the matter to the attention of
the operating agency by appropriate means.
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If corrective actions are not taken promptly, the operating agency should
be notified of the apparent deviation in writing as a matter of record.
Should an impasse arise, in that the project owner or the designated
operating entity persists in noncompliance with regulations prescribed by
the Corps of Engineers, the Office of Chief Counsel should be advised
through normal channels and requested to take necessary measures to
assure compliance.
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Regulations should contain information regarding the required
exchange of basic data between the representative of the operating agency
and the US Army Corps of Engineers, that are pertinent to regulation and
coordination of interrelated projects in the region.
d. All 33 CFR 208.11 regulations shall contain provisions
authorizing the operating agency to temporarily deviate from the
regulations in the event that it is necessary for emergency reasons to
protect the safety of the dam, to avoid health hazards, and to alleviate
other critical situations.
11.
Developing and Processing Re~lations for Non-Corps Projects.
Guidelines concerning technical studies and development of regulations
are contained in ER 1110-2-241 and EM 1110-2-3600. Appendix C of this
regulation summarizes steps normally followed in developing and
processing regulations for non-Corps projects.
12. Water Control During Project Construction Stage. Water control
plans discussed in preceding paragraphs are intended primarily for
application after the dam, spillway and outlet structures; major
relocations; land acquisitions, administrative arrangements and other
project requirements have reached stages that permit relatively normal
project regulation. With respect to non-Corps projects, regulations
normally become applicable when water control agreements have been signed
by the designated signatories, subject to special provisions in specific
cases. In some instances, implementation of regulations has been delayed
by legal provisions, contract limitations, or other considerations.
These delays can result in loss of potential project benefits and
possible hazards. Accordingly, it is essential that appropriate water
control and contingency plans be established for use from the date any
storage may accumulate behind a partially completed dam until the project
is formally accepted for normal operations. Division commanders shall
❑ake certain that construction-stage regulation plans are established and
maintained in a timely and adequate manner for projects under the
supervision of the Corps of Engineers. In addition, the problems
referred to should be discussed with authorities who are responsible for
non-Corps projects, with the objective of assuring that such projects
operate as safely and effectively as possible during the critical
construction stage and any period that may elapse before regular
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operating arrangements have been established. These special regulation
plans should include consideration for protection of construction
operations; safety of downstream interests that might be jeopardized by
failure of partially completed embankments; requirements for minimizing
adverse effects on partially completed relocations or incomplete land
acquisition; and the need for obtaining benefits from project storage
that can be safely achieved during the construction and early operation
period.
13. Advisories to OCE Regarding Water Control Activities.
a. General. Division corunanderswill keep the Chief of Engineers
‘currentlyinformed of any unusual problems or activities associated with
water control that impact on his responsibilities.
Annual Division Water Control Management Report (RCS DAEN-CWE-16
(Rl)~: Division comanders will submit an annual report on water control
management activities within their division. The annual report will be
submitted to (DAEN-CWE-HW) by 1 February each year and cover significant
activities of the previous water year and a description of activities to
be accomplished for the current year. Funding information for Water
Control activities will be provided in the letter of transmittal for
in-house use only. The primary objective of this sumary is to keep the
Chief of Engineers informed regarding overallwater management activities
Corps-wide, thus providing a basis to carry out OCE responsibilities set
forth in paragraph 7d above.
c, Status of Water Control Manuals. A brief discussion shall be
prepared annually by each division comander, as a separate section of
the annual report on water control management activities discussed in
above listing all projects currently in operation in his
paragraph b
area, or expected to begin operation within one-year, with a designation
of the status of water control manuals. The report should also list
projects for which the Corps of Engineers is responsible for prescribing
regulations, as defined in ER 1110-2-241.
d. Monthly Water Control Charts (RCS DAEN-CWE-6 (Rl)). A monthly
record of reservoirs/lakes operated by the Corps of Engineers and other
agencies, in accordance with 33 CFR 208.11, will be promptly prepared and
maintained by district/division co~anders in a form readily available
for transmittal to the Chief of Engineers, or others, upon request.
Record data may be prepared in either graphical form as shown in
EM 1110-2-3600, or tabular form as shown in the sample tabulation in
Appendix D.
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e. Annual Division Water Quality Reports (RCS DAEN-CWE-15). By
Executive Order 12088, the President ordered the head of each Executive
Agency to be responsible for ensuring that all necessary actions are
taken for prevention, control, and abatement of environmental pollution
with respect to Federal facilities and activities under control of the
agency. General guidance is provided in references 24 and 25, Appendix
A, for carrying out this agency’s responsibility. Annual division water
quality reports are required by reference 24, Appendix A. The report is
submitted in two parts. The first part addresses the division Water
quality management plan while the second part presents specific project
information. A major objective of this report is to su~arize
information pertinent to water quality aspects of overall water
management responsibilities. The annual division water quality report
may be submitted along with the annual report on water control management
activities discussed in paragraph 13b above.
f. Master Plans for Water Control Data Systems (RCS DAEN-CWE-21).
(1) A water control data system is all of the equipment within a
division which is used to acquire, process, display and distribute
information for real-time project regulation and associated interagency
coordination. A subsystem is all equipment as.defined previously within
a district. A network is all equipment as defined previously which is
used to regulate a single project or a group of projects which must be
regulated interdependently.
(2) Master plans for water control data systems and significant
revisions thereto will be prepared by division water control managers and
submitted to DAEN-CWE-HW by 1 February each year for review and approval
of engineering aspects. Engineering approval does not constitute funding
approval. After engineering approval is obtained, equipment in the
master plan is eligible for consideration in the funding processes
described in ER 1125-2-301 and engineering circulars on the annual budget
request for civil works activities. Master plans will be maintained
current and will:
(a) Outline the system performance requirements, including those
resulting from any expected expansions of Corps missions.
(b) Describe the extent to which existing facilities fulfill
performance requirements.
(c) Describe alternative approaches which will upgrade the system to
meet the requirements not fulfilled by existing facilities, or are more
cost effective then the existing system.
(d) Justify and recmend a system considering timeliness,
reliability, economics and other factors deemed important.
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(e) Delineate system scope, implementation schedules, proposed
annual capital expenditures by district, total costs, and sources of
funding.
(3) Modified master plans should be submitted to DAEN-CWE-HW by
1 February, whenever revisions are required, to include equipment not
previously approved or changes in scope or approach. Submittal by the
February date will allow adequate time for OCE review and approval prior
to annual budget submittals.
(4) Division commanders are delegated authority to approve detailed
plans for subsystems and networks of approved master plans. Plans
approved by the division commander should meet the following conditions:
(a) The plan conforms to an approved master plan.
(b) The equipment is capable of functioning independently.
(c) An evaluation of alternatives has been completed considering
reliability, cost and other important factors.
(d) The plan is economically justified, except in special cases
where legal requirements dictate performance standards which cannot be
economically justified.
(5) Copies of plans approved by the division commander shall be
forwarded to appropriate elements in OCE in support of funding requests
and to obtain approval of Automatic Data Processing Equipment (ADPE),
when applicable.
(6) Water control data systems may be funded from Plant Revolving
Fund; O&M General; Flood Control, MR&T, and Construction, General.
Funding for water control equipment that serves two or more projects will
be from Plant Revolving Fund in accordance with ER 1125-2-301. District
and division water control managers will coordinate plant revolving fund
requests with their respective Plant Replacement and Improvement Program
(PRIP) representatives following guidance provided in ER 1125-2-301.
Budget funding requests under the proper appropriation title should be
submitted only if the equipment is identified in an approved master plan.
(7) Justification for the Automatic Data Processing Equipment (ADPE)
aspects of water control data systems must conform to AR 18-I, Appendix I
or J as required. The “Funding for ADPE” paragraph in Appendixes I and J
must cite the source of funds and reference relevant information in the
approved master plan and detailed plan.
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(8) Division water control ❑anagers will submit annual letter
summaries of the status of their respective water control systems and
five-year plan for improvements. These summaries will be submitted to
DAEN-CWE by 1 June for coordination with DAEN-CWO, CWB and DSZ-A, prior
to the annual budget request. Summaries should not be used to obtain
approval of significant changes in master plans. Sources of funding for
all items for each district and for the division should be delineated so
that total system expenditures and funding requests are identified:
Changes in the master plan submitted 1 February should be documented in
this letter summary if the changes were approved.
g.
Summary of Runoff Potentials in Current Season (RCS DAEN-CWO-2).
(1) The Chief of Engineers and staff require information to respond
to inquiries from members of Congress and others regarding runoff
potentials. Therefore, the division commander will submit a snowmelt
runoff and flood potential letter report covering the snow accumulation
and runoff period, beginning generally in February and continuing
monthly, until the potential no longer exist. Dispatch of supplemental
reports will be determined by the urgencies of situations as they occur.
The reports will be forwarded as soon,as hydrologic data are available,
but not later than the 10th of the month. For further information on
reporting refer to ER 500-1-1.
(2) During major drought situations or low-flow conditions,
narrative sumaries of the situation should be furnished to alert the
Chief of Engineers regarding the possibility of serious runoff
deficiencies that are likely to call for actions associated with Corps of
Engineers reservoirs.
(3) The reports referred to in subparagraphs (1) and (2) above will
include general summaries regarding the status of reservoir storage,
existing and forecasted at the time of the reports.
h. Reports on Project Operations During Flood Emergencies.
Information on project regulations to be included in reports submitted to
the Chief of Engineers during flood emergencies in accordance with ER
500-1-1 include rate of inflow and outflow in CFS, reservoir levels,
predicted maximum level and anticipated date, and percent of flood
control storage utilized to date. Maximum use should be made of
computerized communication facilities in reporting project status to
DAEN-CWO-E/CWE-HW in accordance with the requirements of ER 500-1-1.
i.
Post-Flood Summaries of Project Regulation. Project regulation
effects including evaluation of the stage reductions at key stations and
estimates of damages prevented by projects will be included in the post
flood reports required by ER 500-1-1.
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14. Water Control Management Boards.
a. The Columbia River Treaty Permanent Engineering Board was formed
in accordance with the Columbia River Treaty with Canada. This board,
composed of U.S. and Canadian members, oversees the implementation of the
Treaty as carried out by the U.S. and Canadian Entities.
b. The Mississippi River Water Control Management Board was
established by ER 15-2-13. It consists of the Division C~anders
from
LMVD, MRD, NCD, ORD, and SWD with the Director of Civil Works serving as
chairman. The purposes of the Board are:
(1) TO provide oversight and guidance during the development of
basin-wide management plans for Mississippi River Basin projects for
which the US Army Corps of Engineers has operation/regulation
responsibilities.
(2) To serve as a forum for resolution of water control problems
among US Army Corps of Engineers Divisions within the Mississippi River
Basin when agreement is otherwise unobtainable.
15. List of Projects. Projects owned and operated by the Corps of
Engineers subject to this regulation are listed with pertinent data in
Appendix E. This list will be updated periodically to include Corps
projects completed in the future. Federal legislation, Federal
regulations and local agreements have given the Corps of Engineers wide
responsibilities for operating projects which it doea not own. Non-Corps
projects subject to this regulation are included in Appendix A of ER
1110-2-241.
FOR THE COMMANDER:
5 Appendixes
APPAReferences
Authorities Relating
APPBto non-Corps Reservoirs
APP C - Procedures Regarding
33 CFR 208.11 Regulations
APPDSample Tabulation
List of Projects
APPE-
—
Chief of Staff
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APPENDIX A
REFERENCES
1. The Federal Power Act, Public Law 436-83, approved 10 June 1920, as
amended (41 Stat. 1063; 16 U.S.C. 791(a))
2. Section 3 of the Flood Control Act approved 22 June 1936, as amended
(49 Stat. 1571; 33 U.S.C. 701(c))
3* Section 9(b) of Reclamation Project Act of 1939, approved 4 August
1939 (53 Stat. 1187; 43 U.S.C. 485)
4. Section 7 of the Flood Control Act approved 22 December 1944 (58
Stat. 89o; 33 U.S.C. 709)
5. Section 5 of Small Reclamation Projects Act of 6 August 1956, as
amended (70 Stat. 1046; 43 U.S.C. 422 (e))
6.
Section 9 of Public bw
7.
The Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act of 1958, Public Law 85-624
436-83d Congress (68 Stat. 303)
8. The Federal Water Project Recreation Act Uniform Policies, Public
Law 89-72
9.
The National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 Public Law 91-190
10. The Clean Water Act of 1977, Public Law 95-217
11.
Executive Order 12088, Federal Compliance with Pollution Control
Standards, 13 October 1978.
33 Cm 208.10, Local flood protection works; maintenance and
~~ration of structures and facilities (9 FR 9999; 9 FR 10203)
13. 33 CFR 208.11, Regulations for use of Storage Allocated for Flood
Control or Navigation andtor Project Operation at Reservoirs subject to
Prescription of Rules and Regulations by the Secretary of the Army in the
Interest of Flood Control and Navigation (43 - FR - 47184).
14.
AR 18-1
15. ER 11-2-101
16. ER 15-2-13
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17. ER 500-1-1
18. ER-111O-2-241
19. ER 1110-2-1400
20.
ER 1110-2-1402
21.
ER 1110-2-1941
22
ER 1125-2-301
●
23.
ER 1130-2-303
24.
ER 1130-2-334
25.
ER 1130-2-415
26.
ER 1130-2-417
27.
ER 1130-2-419
28.
EM 1110-2-3600
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APPENDIX B
SLMARY OF CORPS OF ENGINEERS RESPONSIBILITIES
FOR PRESCRIBING REGULATIONS
FOR NON-CORPS RESERVOIR PROJECTS
No.
1
SUMMARY
a.
“Regulations for Use of Storage Allocated for Flood Control or
Navigation and/or Project Operation at Reservoirs subject to
Prescription of Rules and Regulations by the Secretary of the
Army in the Interest of Flood Control and Navigation’! (33 CFR
208.11) prescribe the responsibilities and general procedures
for regulating reservoir projects capable of regulation for
flood control or navigation and the use of storage allocated
for such purposes and provided on the basis of flood control
and mvigation, except projects owned and operated by the
Corps of Engineers; the International Boundary and Water
Commission, United States and Mexico; and those under the
jurisdiction of the International Joint Commission, United
States and Canada, and the Columbia River Treaty.
b.
Pertinent information on ~rojects for which regulations are
prescribed under Section ( of the 1944 Flood Control Act,
(Public Law 78-58 Stat. 890(33 U.S.C. 709)) ti,eFederal
Power Act (41 Stat. 1063(16 U.S.C. 791(A))) and Section 9
of Public Law 436-83d Congress (68 Stat. 303) is published
in the Federal Register in accordance with 33 CFR 208.11.
Publication in the Federal Register establishes the fact and
the date of a project~s regulation plan promulgation.
Section 7 of Act of Congress approved 22 December 1944
(58 Stat. 89o; 33 U.S.C. 709), reads as follows:
‘Hereafter, it shall be the duty of the Secretary of War to
prescribe regulations for the use of storage allocated for
flood control or navigation at all reservoirs constructed
wholly or in part with Federal funds provided on the basis of
such purposes, and the operation of any such pr(~jectt
shall
be in accordance with such regulations: Provided, That this
section shall not apply to the Tennessee Valley Authority,
except that in case of danger from floods on the Lower Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers the Tennessee Valley Authority is
directed to regulate the release of water from the Tennessee
River into the Ohio River in accordance with such
instructions as may be issued by the War Department.”
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3
Section 9(b) of the F?wlamation Project Act of 1939, approved
4 August 1939 (53 Stat. 1189, 43 U.S.C. 485), provides that
the Secretary of the Interior may allocate to flood control or
navigation as part of the cost of new projects or supplemental
works; and that in connection therewith he shall consult with
the Chief of Engineers and may perform any necessary investigations under a cooperative agreement with the Secretary of
the Army. These projects are subject to 33 CFR 208.11
regulations.
Several dams have been constructed by State agencies under
provisions of legislative acts wherein the Secretary of the
Army is directed to prescribe rules and regulations for project
operation in the interest of flood control and navigation.
These projects are subject to 33 CFR 208.11 regulations.
There are a few dams constructed under Emergency Conservation
work authority or similar programs, where the Corps of Engineers
has performed major repairs or rehabilitation, that are operated
and maintained by local agencies which are subject to 33 CFR
208.11 regulations.
The Federal Power Act, approved 10 June 1920, as amended (41
stat. 1063, 16 U.S.C. 791 (A)), established the Federal
Power Commission, now Federal Ener~ Regulatory Commission
(FERC), with authority to issue licenses for constructing
operating md maintaining dams cr other project works for the
development of navigation, for utilization of water power and
for other beneficial public uses in any streams over which
Congress has jurisdiction. The Chief of Engineers is called
upon for advice and assistance as needed in formulating
reservoir regulation requirements somewhat as follows:
a. In response to requests from the FERC, opinions and
technical appraisals are furnished by the Corps of
Engineers for consideration prior to issuance of licenses by
the FERC. Such assistance may be limited to general
presentations, or may include relatively detailed
proposals for water control plans, depending upon
the nature and scope of projects under consideration. The
information furnished is subject to such consideration and
use as the Chairman, FERC, deems appropriate. This may
result in inclusion of simple provisions in licenses
without elaboration, or relatively detailed requirements
for reservoir reg~l.ationschedules and plans.
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b. Some special acts of Congress provide for construction of
dams and reservoirs by non-Federal agencies or private firms
under licenses issued by the FERC, subject to stipulation that
the operation and maintenance of the dams shall be subject to
reasonable rules and regulations of the Secretary of the Army
in the interest of flood control and navigation. Ordinarily
no Federal funds are involved, thus Section 7 of the 1944
Flood Control Act does not apply. However, if issuance of
regulations by the Secretary ,ofthe Army is required by the
authority under which flood control or navigation provisions
are included as functions of the specific project or otherwise
specified in the FERC license, regulation plans will be
prescribed in accordance with 33 CFR 208.11 regulations.
Projects constructed by the Corps of Engineers for local flood
protection purposes are subject to conditions of local
cooperation as provided in Section 3 of the Flood Control Act
approved 22 June 1936, as amended. One of those conditions is
that a responsible local agency will maintain and operate all
works after completion in accordance with regulations prescribed
by the Secretary of the Army. Most such projects consist
mainly of levees and flood walls with appurtenant drainage
structures. Regulations for operation and maintenance of
these projects has been prescribed by the Secretary of the Army
in 33 CFR 208.10. When a reservoir is included in such a
project, it may be appropriate to apply 33 CFR 208.10 in
establishing regulations for operation, without requiring their
publication in the Federal Register. For example, if the
reservoir controls a small drainage area, has an uncontrolled
flood control outlet with automatic operation or contains less
than 12,500 acre-feet of flood control or navigation storage,
33 CFR 208.10 my be suitable. However, 33 CFR 208.11
regulations normally would be applicable in prescribing flood
control regulations for the individual reservoir, if the project
has a gated flood control outlet by which the local agency can
regulate floods.
Regulation plans for projects owned by the Corps of Engineers
are not prescribed in accordance with 33 CFR 208.11. However,
regulation plans for projects constructed by the Corps of
Engineers and turned over to other agencies or local interests
for operation may be prescribed in accordance with 33 CFR
208.11.
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9
The small Reclamation Projects Act of 6 August 1956 provides
that the Secretary of the Interior may make loans or grants
to local agencies for the construction of reclamation projects.
Section 5 of the Act provides in part that the contract
covering any such grant shall set forth that operation be
in accordance with regulations prescribed by the head of the
Federal department or agency primarily concerned. Normally,
33 CFR 208.11 is not applicable to these projects.
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APPENDIX C
PROCEDURES FOR DEVELOPING AND PROCESSING
REGULATIONS FOR NON-CORPS PROJECTS IN
CONFORMANCE WITH 33 CFR 208.11
1.
Sequence of actions:
a. Discussions leading to a clarification of conditions governing
allocations of storage capacity to flood control or navigation purposes
and project regulation are initiated by District/Division Engineers
through contacts with owners and/or operating agencies concerned at
regional level.
b. Background information on the project and conditions requiring
flocd control or navigation services, and other relevant factors, are
assembled by the District Engineer and incorporated in a “Preliminary
Information Report”. The Preliminary Information Report will be
subdtted to the Division Engineeer for review and approval. Normally,
the agency having jurisdiction over the particular project is expected to
furnish Information on project features, the basis for storage
allocations and any other available data pertinent to the studies. The
Corps of Engineers supplements this information as required.
c. Studies required to develop reservoir regulation schedules and
plans usually will be conducted by Corps of Engineers personnel at
District level, except where the project regulation affects flows in more
than one District, in which case the studies will be conducted by or
under supervision of Division personnel. Assistance as may be available
from the project operating agency or others concerned will be solicited.
d. When necessary agreements are reached at district level, and
regulations developed in accordance with 33 CFR 208.11 and EM 1110-2-3600,
they will be submitted to the Division Commander for review and approval,
with information copies for DAEN-CWE-HW. Usually the regulations include
diagrams of operating parameters.
e. For projects owned by the Bureau of Reclamation, the respective
Regional Directors are designated as duly authorized representatives of
the Commissioner of Reclamation. By letter of 20 October 1976, the
Commissioner delegated responsibilities to the Regional Directors as
follows: ‘Regarding the designated authorization of representatives of
the Commissioner of Reclamation in matters relating to the development
and processing of Section 7 flood control regulations, we are designating
each Regional Director as our duly authorized representative to sign all
letters of understanding, water control agreements, water control
diagrams, water control release schedules and other documents which may
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become part of the prescribed regulations. The Regional Director also
will be responsible for obtaining the signature of the designated
operating agency on these documents where such is required. Regarding
internal coordination within the Bureau of Reclamation, the Regional
Directors will obtain the review and approval of this office and at
appropriate offices with our Engineering and Research Center, Denver,
Colorado, prior to signing water control documents.?!
f. In accordance with the delegation cited in paragraph e, 33 CFR
208.11 regulations pertaining to Bureau of Reclamation projects will be
processed as follows:
(1) After regulation documents submitted by District Commanders are
reviewed and approved by the Division Commander they are transmitted to
the respective Regional Director of the Bureau of Reclamation for
concurrence or comment, with a request that tracings of regulation
diagrams be signed and returned to the Division Commander.
(2) If any questions arise at this stage appropriate actions are
taken to resolve differences. Otherwise, the duplicate tracings of the
regulation diagram are signed by the Division Commander and transmitted
to the office of the project owner for filing.
(3) After full agreement has been reached in steps (1) and (2), the
text of proposed regulations is prepared in final form. Copies of any
diagrams involved are included for information only.
(4) A letter announcing completion of action on processing the
regulations, with pertinent project data as specified in paragraph 208.11
(d) (11) of 33 CFR 208.11, and one copy of the signed tracings of
diagrams are forwarded to HQDA (DAEN-CWE-HW) WASH DC 20314 for
promulgation and filing. The Office of the Chief of Engineers will
forward the pertinent project data to the Liaison Officer with the
Federal Register, requesting publication in the Federal Register.
Regulations developed in accordance with 33 CFR 208.11 and
g=
applicable to projects that are not under supervision of the Bureau of
Reclamation are processed in substantially the manner described above.
All coordination required between the Corps of Engineers and the
operating agency will be accomplished at field level.
h. Upon completion of actions listed above, Division Commanders are
responsible for informing the operating agencies at field level that
regulations have been promulgated.
2. Signature blocks: Some 33 CFR 208.11 regulations contain diagrams of
parameter curves that cannot be published in the Federal Register, but
are made a part thereof by appropriate reference. Each diagram bears a
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title block with spaces for the signature of authenticating officials of
the Corps of Engineers and the owner/operating agency of the project
involved.
3* Designation of Corps of Ei~gineersRepresentatives. Division
Commanders are designated representatives o~the Chief of Engineers in
matters relating to development and processing of 33 CFR 20~.11
regulations for eventual promulgation through publication of selected
data specified in paragraph 208.11 (d; (11) of 33 CFR 208.11. Division
Commanders are designated as the Corps of Engineers signee on all letters
of understanding, water control agreements and other documents which may
become part of prescribed regulations for projects located in thei?
respective geographic areas, and which are subject to the provisions of
33 CFR 208.11.
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APPENDIX D
SAMPLE TABULATION
BARDUELL LAKE
MONTHLY LAKE REPORT
MAY 1975
DAY :
:
.
.
ELEVATIONS
0800 : 2400
FEET-MSL
:STORAGE:
: 2400 :
.
A-F :
●
EVAP:
.
DSF:
PUMP: RBLEASE:
●
DSF;
DSF
i
RAIN
INCH
84
117
152
58
50
.00
.00
.14
00
00
50
::
38
27
.00
.09
.00
.00
00
0
0
0
249
643
842
582
216
303
225
.00
1.61
.00
.03
.57
2.1
2.2
2.0
2.3
2.1
535
393
143
0
0
138
119
60
4:;
.00
.00
.00
.00
.21
;;
11
2.1
2.1
2.0
2.0
2.3
2.1
2.0
2.1
1.9
2.0
0
247
328
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
332
145
7146
2595
876
586
462
361
1279
796
97
.00
.22
2.38
.11
.00
.00
.19
20
1.02
83837
7
2.1
0
389
.00
700
1389
64
126
3763
7464
18626
36945
7.74
27966
;
5
421.30
421.32
421.43
421.45
421.49
421.31
421.37
421.44
421.47
421.34
55979
56196
56449
56558
56o88
28
5
23
1
1
2.0
2.0
1.9
1.8
2.0
32;
6
7
8
9
10
421.20
420.88
420.89
420.90
420.90
421.01
420.89
420.91
420.89
420.90
54902
54473
54544
54473
54509
14
4
5
11
28
1.9
2.0
2.3
1.5
3.0
632
269
0
0
0
11
12
13
14
15
420.91
421.54
421.70
421.78
421.69
421.35
421.65
421.75
421.76
421.52
56124
57213
57578
57614
56739
26
31
29
34
22
1.8
2.1
2.2
1.9
1.9
16
17
18
19
20
421.39
421.19
421.03
421.04
421.06
421.28
421.09
421.05
421.07
421.30
55871
55188
55045
55116
55943
39
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
421.39
421.50
421.37
425.61
426.15
426.72
426.95
427.14
427.31
427.94
421.47
421.39
424.91
426.15
426.55
426.80
427.00
427.15
427.70
428.05
56558
56268
69726
74825
76523
77598
78465
79116
81528
83082
20
42
31
22
18
42
23
31
428.20 428.22
MONTHLY TOTAL (DSF)
(A-F)
1
2
INFLOW:
ADJ. :
DSF :
::
17
21
o
0
0
●
●
●
●
●
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APPENDIX
Prolect
name
Stale/cOun~
1
E—LIST
Stream X
OF PROJECTS
Project
purpose z
Lower Mississippi! Valley Division
0.0
5250
‘--r 00
0.0
0.0
0.0
00
0.0
00
35.3
0.0
00
1286
00
00
PMCAR
F
F
1570
200
12
1685
2990
12
5,1OC
c
c
c
c
0
0
c
c
131,000
71 ,Ooc
I
21,000
llC
59,000
o
0
26,8oc
0
0
12,200
0
56
6990
233.0
118.0
0.0
5280
4625
4450
340
12
5210
4450
429.5
27.0
1.2
1,020
50.440
0
25,000
0.0
00
0.0
0.0
00
I
460
24,580
7,1OC
94
0
0
00
0
c
13.0
67.0
520
1060
160
o
o
c
0.0
00
46.0
64.0
52.0
116.0
18.0
7,070
o
o
7,07C
c
c
00
1so
160
o
c
6019
36
0,0 I
30
423.0
2210
106,0
2360
3450
209.0
930
228.0
23,600
20.6
3150
20
50
2680
700
269.0
00
3070
20
0.0
5.0
230.0
65.0
2570
00
4,000
o
o
0
28,000
46,500
94
0
2,8050
174,8
1400
49,000
1,3574
2,6630
00
11
0.0
193.0
165.0
340
363.0
400
640
915
1196
140.2
445.0
64,600
16,500
7,120
1,300
0
0
0
0
29.7
2310
2072
340
3680
400
712
950
1200
145.0
4490
49.7
434.0
4297
18,000
16,600
1071
419.0
4140
30,000
27.7oo
00
c
6.40C
90
c
c
430
0
4,100
0
13, mo
70C
c
0
0
6,1OC
17,50C
22
0
I
2,500
9,800
1,400
7,120
1,200
0
0
0
0
0
12.000
FCA Jun 36
FCA Jun 36
PL 298-89
FC,A OCt 65
FCA OCI 65
FCA OCt 65
FCA C)CI 65,
FCA May 28
PL 74-839.
FCA May 28
PL 79-14
FCA C)ct 65.
PL 90-483
RHA OCI 62
PL 79-525
RHA 1950.
FCA Jun 36,
HD 507
SD 44
RHA 1960
FCAAug 41, RHAJuI
64
RHA Jul 46, FCA May
28
FCA Aua 41
FCA 19~1.
RHA 1950
FCA Aug 68.
FCAMay
26, PL39170
FCA May26
PL391-70.
RHA 1950. WSA 1958,
RHA 1950.
FCAAug 68.
FCAAug 68, PL90463.
FCAMay
50. PL 516
PL 296-69
FC AC136,
PL 874-87
FCA Jun 36
RHA 1950
FCA 1948. PL 65-500.
PL 86-645
FCA May 28, PL 85500
FCA Jun 36.
FCA May 50.
RHA 1950.
so 44.
PL 90-483.
PL 90-483.
PL 90-463.
PL 90-483
PL 90-483.
R&H Act. Jul 3/30
R&H Act, Aug 30/35
R&H Act, JuI 3/30
R& HAcl, 8/30/35
R&H Act, Jul 3/30
R&H Act, 6/30)1935
FCAOct 65. PL 69298.
FCA 1941
FCA Ott 65.
FCA Aug 68
FCA 1941.
00
30
30
0
0
00
600
262.0
900
4369
5040
460.0
32.5
606.0
567.2
1963
490
700
50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,600
0
2,500
0
0
0
894.0
457.0
0.0
0.0
30.0
0.0
650
2860
1182
5630
5630
5920
325
638.o
6060
2290
595
769
700
38,400
18,600
0
0
4,350
0
18,600
5,900
0
0
2,860
0
00
654
100
0
0 FCA Sep 54, PL 780-
00
461
26
0
0 RHA Jul 46
0.0
St Francis .....
Morqanza Floodwav
1995
240
1.2
*82 7
310.5
1.2
00
00
0.0
c FCA Jun 36
33,400
0
0
0
0
12.200
0
65
00
0.0
4079
0.0
AR Poinsett
LA POlnt Couvee..
3305
2093
118.0
2.0
230.0
230.0
230.0
230.0
326.5
77.0
30
0.0
0.0
00
0.0
.
2383
1360
20
00
———
7
0
770
30
6600,
325
0.5
00
. .
00
00
00
0.0
0.0
00
Marked Tree S8phon
Morganza DIV CS
00
FCA Dec 44
FCA May 50.
HD 507.
FCA Jun 30
FCA May 28
FCAOCI 65.
PL 83-780.
63
E-1
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tige
1
30 ~r 87
APPENDIX
I
Project name s
State/county
E—LIST
I
OF PRaJECTS-Conlinued
I
Stream i
Reject
purpose z
IL S! ClaIr
LA Rap!des,..,,...,
IDD.
Bayou RapIdes.
F
F
Rend Lk.
IL Franklln
Big Muddy R
Sard(s Lk
Schooner Bayou CS & Lock
Shelbyvllle Lk.
MS Panola
LA Vermlllon..
IL Shelby
Ldlle Sunflower
Schmner Bayou
Kaskaskia R. ,.
F
MA
F
Pra!rte Dupont East & West PS
Rap!des.Boeuf DIV Canal CS., ,... ...
Sorrel! Lock.
,,.
St Francis Lk CS
Steele Bayou CS.
Tchula Lk Lower FG
Tchula Lk Upper FG
Teche-Vermillon PS & CS
LA
AR
MS
,,: MS
MS
“:: LA
Ibewllle
Pcmnsett.. .,
Issaquena
Humphreys
Humphreys
S1 Ma fy ....
Tensas-Coctine
PS
Treasure Island PS
Wallace Lk
LA bcordia.
MO Dunkltn..
LA Caddo..
Wappapello Lk. .,
Wasp Lk..
West Hickman PS
Wood R PS
YazoO City PS...
MO Wayne.
MS Humphrey . ......
KY Fulton ..,.
IL Mad#son
MS Yazoo
: F
NMCAR
N
C
F
F
F
Ml
GIWW.
Oak Donnlck Floodway
Steele Bayou
Tchula Lk.
,,
,,.. Tchula Lk...
Atchafalaya R .,...
.,, Bayou Corcodrie
Ltt!le R.
Cypress Bayou
‘7
““”””’””””””,,,..,..
St Franc!s R
Wasp Lk-Bear Cr.
M(sslsslppi.
IDD
Yaw. ......
F
F
F
F
F
J
CO Jefferson
Bear Cr...
B!g Bend Dam & Lk Sharpe.
SD Lyman Buffalo Hughes ..... ,. MIssourt R,...
Blue Sonnqs Dam & Lk, ......
MO Jackson .....
Blue Stem Lake & Dam 4.
NE Lancaster
Ollve Br. Salt Creek.,
Bowman-Haley
ND Bowman
No Fk Grand River
NE Lancastef
Oak Creek tr!b. Salt Creek
Cedar Canyon Dam
Chatfield Dam & Res
MT HIII
SD Pennlng!on
CO Oouglas,
Bull Hook Cr Scott Coulee
Deadman’s Gulch.
S Platte
Cherry Cr Dam & Res.
CO Araphahoe
Cherry Cr...
Dam & Res
Branched Oak Lk & Dam 18
Bull Hook Dam
,.
,. Little Blue R.
Wakarusa
,, .,.,.,
R
Cl#nIon Dam & Lk
KS Douglas
Cold Brook Dam .3 Res
SD Fall R(ver .....
Conestoga
NE Lancasler.
Holmes Cr Tr!b to Salt Cr.. .,
SD Fall River.
Cottonwood
MT Valfey, Mc Cone Gadleld
MIssaurI R
Cottonwod
Lake & Dam 12
Springs Dam & Res
Fort Peck Dam 8 Res
..,.,
0.0
0.0
+
109.0
160.0
1,569.9
00
474.0
180.0 I
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01
00
F
F
F
Missouri Rtver D!vtston
Bear Creek Dam .3 Res
jlorage
1,300
AF
Cold Brook
Spr!ngs C<
F
FCR
F
FNPIMCAR
F
FRC
F
FCR
IF
FMCR
F
FCR
‘F
F
F
FO
F
FR
234
961
Elev Iimlts feet
M.S.L.
Upper
Lower
00
66.0
0.0
622
4050
405.0
2614
12
6265
5997
297
00
685
1100
106,0
18,0
4100
3913
236.0
1.2
599.7
5730
35
210.0
600
840
920
160
370
2520
1560
230
2350
1420
Area .
acj~--~-–---------”
‘T-l
Aulh Ieg+s “
Lower
Upper
0
0
0
0
24,600
18,900:
16,900
5.4001
56,500 ~ 10,700
0
0
25,300
11,100
11,100
3,000
0
0
o
2,240
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Garr\son Dam, Lk Sakakawea
Gavlns
Lk
Point Dam,
Lewis & Clark
0
7,800
9.300
_JJ_6132
00
00
0.0
0.0
<6
-55
3947
ltl.6
302.0
00
96.0
3547
88.5
296.0
0.0
69.0
;5~
1
1.9
61.0
1170
15.8
106
5:5580
1.4230
1,4220
6200
6020
5;526 O
1,4220
1,4200
8020
7600
727
155
716
260
65
2,7770
2,7548
13110
1,2840
2,5930
2,754 E
27400
1,2840
1,250,0
2,5400
5,5500
‘“-;;
]—1;]-;
5,504.0
109
61,000
60,000
962
722
660
315
5,131
1,732
3.640
1,780
263
11
4,742
1,412
2,637
652
17
60,000
57.000
722
0
315
1
1,732
565
1,760
0
0
2
1,412
12
652
0
7,006
0
36
0
230
1
44
30
240,000
92,000
z:~l::2::1::R:
140
23,200
0
9
0
0:
Hadan County Lk
267,8
9034
129.2
875.5
3,6514
67
3,5850
05
1,2520
60
1,2329
26
7.7 : 3,9360
3,6750
0.2
2,2500
9770
2,2460
3,6490
6755
8200
3,565.0
3,540.0
1,2329
1,1970
3,6750
3,8660
2,2460
2,1600
12,691
7,006
196
36
620
230
214
44
?49,000
?40,000
F
FNPIMCAR
F
FNPIMCAR
F
9850
3,0210
1,4940
7,4400
610
1,3750
1,3650
1,6540
1,6500
1,2100
t,3650
1,3200
1,6500
1,7750
t ,2060
02,000
95,000
)82,000
165,000
32,000
950
140
3.9
4980
342.6
1,2060
1,1420
1,121.0
1,973.5
1,9460
1,204,5
1,121.0
1,065.0
1,946.0
1,675.0
29,000
922
392
23,064
13,249
25,000
392
0
13,249
0
4,005.9
1,203.4
739.6
706.0
7m,o
635.0
?09,300
55,600
55,600
0
F
FNMCAR
F
FCR
F
FI
636
76.3
57
08
3700
558
9310
9170
1,2660
1,2424
1,5060
1,4630
9170
6524
1,2424
1,2180
1,4630
1,425,0
7,410
4,560
410
100
4,560
0
100
3
SD 247-76
PL 90-483.
HD 349-9o
PL 77-228,
HD 892-76,
534
PL a3-780
HD 549-61,
074,
HD 578-87
PL 63-760
HD 642-61.
PL 65-500.
HD 396-64.
F
F
FCAR
F
FCAR
F
03
304
346
246
221
206.4
5,3620
6010
7910
9090
8910
1,0570
5,3420
791 i
751 1
691.0
8100
1,0360
36
3.670
2,429 !
t,960 I
9301
13,946
01
2,429’
O
930
0
6,926
P:;O-656
PL84.99
PL 69-298’
HD 236-89
PL 90-483
HD 169-90
PL 133-760
F
FPCR
Harry S Truman Dam & Res
Big Bull Cr...
Antelope Cr Tr(b to Salt Cr
Smoky HIII R
Westerly Cr.
Little East Fk Chantorl R
L!ttle Blue R
Marals des Cygnes R
E-2
90-483
SD 67-90.
PL 76-534.
SD 247-76
PL 90-463.
HD 169-90
PL 65-500
HO 396-64.
PL 67-874.
HO 574-87.
PL 65-5oo
HO 39664
PL 76-534
PL 60-658
PL 61-516.
HD 669-60
PL 77-228
HD 426-76, PL 78534
PLB7-674
SD 122-67
PL 77-228
HD 655-76
PL 65-5oO
HO 396-84
PL 77-226
HD 655-76
PL 73-409
PL 75-529, H0238-
F
FMCAR
F
FR
F
FCR
F
FR
F
FNPIMCAR
FNPIMCAR
F
FRCA
F
FI
Glenn Cunningham Lk, Dam 11
FCAJ”n 36
FCA Aug 41
HD 232.
FCA May26
FCA Ott 65
FCA 1941
FCA Jun 36
FCA Jun 36.
PL 89-789. FCA Mav
26
0 FCA Ott 65
160 FCA Jul 46.
2,300 RHA Mar 45, PL 75761,
5,200 tiD 159
0 FCA Jun 36
4 FCA 1946
0 FC Act 36
01 FCAJun 36.
1
Fort Randall Dam, Lk Francis Case
FC Act 62
FCAAug 41, GD35977.
HD 541
95,000
41,000
365.000
129,000
29,000
lPf16-534.sD24776
PL 76-534
SD 247-78
PL 76-534
SD 247-76
PL 76-534.
PL-76-
PL07-
-
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APPENDIX
Prolect
E—LIST
Stream
State/county
name 1
KS Geary
?epubllcan
dIssourI R
Ollve Cr Lk & Dam 2..
ND 4 Counties ....
SD 8 Counties ......
NE Lancaster
Mvlford Lk.,
,,.
Oahe Dam & Lk
OF PROJECTS—COflllflUed
I
1
R.
,,. ...
>Ilve Br of SaO Cr
NE Oouglas
3oxelder Cr Pap!o Cr
NE Sarpy
rr!b South Branch
Pawnee
NE Lancaster
do Middle Cr of Salt Cr .......
KS Jefferson...
lelaware
ND Stut$ man
‘Ipestem
Pomme
De Terre Lk
MO Polk
‘omme
Pomona
Lk
KS Osage
Rathbun
Lk...
1A Appanoose.
Plpestem
Dam & Res
Sm4hvllle
.,..,..
R.
,.,
,.
,.
.lltle Platte R
;pring Gulch
CO Douglas
Stagecoach
NE Lancaster
+Ickman Br of Salt Cr..,...,. ,,
Standtng
Bear Lk & Dam 16
NE Douglas
“rib B!g Pap#lfion Cr
Stockton
Lk
MO Cedar
;ac R
Tuttle Creek
KS Rlfey .......
Lk
.,
l(g Blue R.
,,
Alddle CrSalt
NE Seward
Twin Lakes & Dam 13
Cr.
+lckman Br of Salt Cr.,..
Waqon Train Lk & Oam 8
NE Lancaster
Wehrspann
NE Sarpy ...
“rub South Branch
KS Russell
;aline R
Lk & Oam 20
W!lson Lk
,..
F
FCA
7567
3686
1,176.2
1,1444
1,144,4
1,0800
I~cAR
,.,.
Papio
F
FNMAR
F
FNM
F
FMCAR
F
1766
70,6
3463
2054
101,6
1446
16
F
FRC
F
FRC
F
FARPN
F
FN
F
CFR
F
FCR
F
FCAR
47
19
37
15
7796
6671
1,9374
1771
53
26
66
25
61
27
5307
2476
I :RC
Yankee
HIII Lk&
Dam 10 .......
—
Lk.
NE Lancaster
;ardwell
...
.,.
Br of Salt Cr
F
FCR
—
No flh Allantic
—.
-7-—–—NY Steuben ....
PA Cl!nlon
NY Steuben .,..
PA Lackawanna
,. ..,.
PA Carbon, Monroe ....
:.’:.
Almond Lake . ...
Alvin R Bush Dam
Arkporf Dam.. .
Aylesworth CrLk
BeltzvAle Dam& Lk
Bloomington
L
PA Lebanon
Cowanesque Lk
Curwensv!lle Lk
East Sidney Lk
Foster Joseph Sayers Dam
Francis E. Walter Dam& Res
Gathnght Dam & Lk Moomaw
PA
PA
NY
PA
PA
VA
General Edgar Jadw’n Dam
Prompton Dam & Res
Raystown Lk.
PA Wayne
PA Wayne,..,...
PA Hunllngdon
Sbllwater Lk..
Tloga-Hammond
Lakes Hammond
T(oga-Hammond
Lakes Tioga .... .
Whitney Plont Lk
York Ind,an Rock Dam ....
,,.
PA
PA
PA
NY
PA
North Branch
Barks .......
Tloga
Clearf!eld. ..
Delaware
Cenlre
Carbon, Luzerne,
Allegheny, Bath
Susquehanna
Tioga
Ttoga .........
Broome...
York, ........
Tulpehocken
Potomac
R..
CR ,...
Cowanesque
R ,.. ...
West Branch Susquehanna
OuleOut Cr.......
Bald Eagle Cr..
Lehigh R
Jackson R
“:”:””,
Monroe
Dyberry Cr......
W Br Lackawaxen
Raystown Br.,
......
,.
R
,,
,.
R
Lackawanna R......,
Crooked Cr..
Tloga R,.
Otsellc R .,., ,.,...
Codorus Cr,
,.,
,..
,,.
,...,,
Norfh Central
——— ——
—
1,0030
9740
9260
9040
6762
6642
5,60000
1,2650
l,27f i
1,1210
1,104.0
6920
6670
1,136,0
1,0750
1,3550
1,3410
1,3020
1,267.6
1,113.1
1,096.0
1,5540
1,516.0
9740
9120
9040
644,0
6642
7990
5,5350
1,271.1
1,246.0
1,104.0
1,060,0
667,0
760.0
1,0750
1,061.0
1,341.0
1,3060
1,2676
1,2600
1,0960
1,0690
1,516.0
1,4400
5.6
2.0
F
F
F
F
F
FMA
F
FMA
F
FMA
F
F
F
F
F
F
AR
F
F
F
FR
F
F
F
F
F
146
734
60
1.7
270
396
362
92.0
271
199
62.0
114.7
302
702
1076
799
607
245
465
2460
5140
116
542
525
665
260
6,926
——
Lower
PL 75-761, HD 54961.
27,255
17,270 PL 63-760
15,709
0 HD 642-81, PL 75.
761
373,000 359,000
PL 76-534
359,000
117,000, SD 247-76
355
174 HD 396-64
174
4 PL B5-500
595
255 ~ PL 90-463
255 ~
o HD 349-9o
493 ~
246 PL 90-483
246,
10 HD 349-90
t ,470
728 PL 65-500
726
1 HD 396-64
25,342
12,202
PL 63-760
122
0 HO 642-81
4,754
665 PL 89-296
665
62 HD 266-69
15,960
7,690 PL 75-761
7,690
0 HD 549-81, PL 63760
6,520
400 PL 63-760.
4,000
0 HO 549-61
11,013 PL 63-760
20,946
11,013
0 HD 561-61
9,995
7,192 PL 69-296
7.192
O HD 262-69
86
o PL 61-516, HD 66960.
490
196 PL 65-500.
196
0 HD 396-64
137 PL 90-463,
302
137!
o HD 349-90,
PL 63-760
36,266 I 24,777
24,777
0 HD 549-69
14,675, PL 75.761
54,179
14,675
0 HD 642-76
505
255 PLB5-500
255
1 HD 396-64
660
303 PL 65-500
303
4 HD 396-64
493
2461 PL 90-463
246
10’ HD 349-90
19,960
9,0401 PL 76-534
9,040
0 SD 191-76,SD24776.
475
206 PL 65-500
206
0 HO 396-64
.-1
0
-1‘ ___
1,30001
l,2550\
9370
640.0
1,3040
12180
1,1500
1,1080
6510 ~
6260
626.0
5370
1,5000
1,466.0
1.4660
1.2550,
3070
290.0
2900
2610
1,1170
1,045.0
1,2260
1,1620
1,203.0
1,1500
6570
6300
1,5620
1,0530
1,2050
6120
7660
1,6210
1,1310
1,1310
1,0100
435,0
11
1,5540
9730
1,1250
7660
622 B
1,5720
1,0660
1,061 0
9730
370.0
489
1,430
192
67
1,411
947
1,164
952
2,159
1,147
2,060
3,020
1,100
3,450
1,630
3,160
2,530
659
910
10,800
6,300
422
1,770
1,630
3,340
1,430
124
160
0
7
947
113
952
42
t,147
323
410
790
210
1,730
60
2,530
1,760
0
290
6,300
150
63
660
470
1,200
0
PL 65-500
FCA Sep54
PL 74-736
FCA Sept 54
PL 79-526
PL 79-526
5,430
300
255
24,600
3,580
926
1,690
1,500 I
4,430
250
140
3,560
0
o
1550
1,350
FCA Dec 44
PL 71-126
RHA of 1662.1665
PL 75-761
PL 75-761
PL 71-126
FCA 1956
PL 76-534
PL 74-736
FCA !jep 54
PL 74-73a
PL a7-874
PL 67-674
PL 67-674
PL 67-674
PL 60-656.
PL 60-656
PL 67-674
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
77-226
65-500
65-500
74-736.
74-736.
—.1
Oivtston
—-—
————r-
666
60
16
4390
403
94
10
16
E-3
1,6200
1,6170
1,617.0
1,5400
1,350.0
1,3350
1,335.0
1,314.0
1,1282
1,1100
1,1100
1,0605
1.113.1
1,096.0
1,096,0
1,0690
1,2635
1,2443
1,2443 “ 1,206.0
920.6
a91 5
6915
625.0
1,4963
1,4424
1,4424
1,415.0
6740
6390
6390
7500
D[v[sjon
Canacadea Cr.
Kettle Cr
Canlsteo R
Aylesworth Cr...
Pohopoco Cr
MD Garrel
Blue Marsh Dam & Lk
Aulh Iegls “I
9600
1,0970
6,769.0
40
15
7.1
3.4
6.1
27
210
B5
52191
243.2
13701
9.6
4072
2416
—
-[~---Upper
11;;;;
1,036.0
,,. F
Spring Gulch Embankment.
Lk .3 Dam 9..
,pper
1544
Cr.
De Terre R .,
;har! ton R....
MO Clay
Lk..
Pap!o
10 M!le Cr....,
,.
L
Area in acres
Elev I!m(ts feel
MSL
FNMCAR
F
FNPIMCAR
F
FCR
F
FCAR
F
FCAR
F
FCR
F
FN
.,.,
Pap!o Dam S(te $18 & Lk..
Lk & Dam 14,
;torage
1,000
AF
“-T ‘1–-
PapIo Dam Site #2o & Lk.
PerW Lk
Proiect
purpose z
1,266.0
539.0
703.6
7120
6600
5910
5050
9400
-—
1,2572
5360
69a.7
6600
6520
5667
504.0
938.5
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APPENDIX
E—LIST
OF PROJEcTS—Continued
———
Statelcounty
Pro]ect name )
Stream 1
I
Project
purpose x
,torage
1,000
AF
Ids
MSL.
feet
“~”a
+
Auth Iegns %
7
Lower
Upper
*
113
23
704
ill
37
130
8.0
178
f8.o
6.2
7.2
84
2.6
365
97
13,100
2,790
190
5,600
11,610
17,950
36,620
12,660
7,500
8,670
13,440
6160
5790
1,1940
9523
1,0600
725.1
667.2
6750
667.0
660.0
651.0
645.5
639.0
5510
5300
1,1927
947.3
1,0740
722.8
6865
674,0
666.5
6595
6500
6445
6390
204
6310
6300
20,800
20,000
RHA 1930.
287
6200
6190
29,125
26,300
RHA 1930
166
6110
6100
17,070
16,500
RHA 1930
6031
592. t
563. f
572.1
561.1
545.1
537.1
5291
5162
461 5
4701
4596
9411
4290
1,2957
601.0
6942
5790
710.9
4a3.o
941 1
746 B
7600
561.9
440.0
1,2303
1,2744
606.5
1,1740
760.0
7280
9610
602.0
591.0
5620
571.0
5590
5440
5360
5260
21,100
13,000
30,000
10,500
3,725
13,000
7,560
13,300
4696
4591
931.2
4290
1,2932
5926
6669
5775
7063
4626
937.6
7435
5650
5762
4400,
1,227,3
1,270.3
6021
1,1735
7260
6900
9760
9,390
8,660
13,500
10,500
139,000
447
74
f 850
43
1,400
6,650
181,120
3,300
50
27,600
13,900
13,700
568
266,600
65,400
8,OOO
12,400
20,000
12,400
26,500
9,960
3,540
12,400
7,200
12,600
31,800
7,550
6,910
6,230
6,400
10,500
!07,200
42.0
67
1,600
40
t,320
5.150
68,500
0
50
27800
13,000
12,000
0
!87,300
6,000
0
10,950
375
5660
900
00
174
10
74
11
786
1,2183
8900
6360
7500
8010
4590
7387
6566
9610
1,2143
6360
8100
7500
7990
4560
7354
6526
9720
10,600
16,700
5.950
50
6,800
1,155
1,171
134
10,500
967
1.300.9
1,2969
-
96,700
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
524
240
49.9
85
460
113
502
1,01701
6070
6520
5200
5660
5240
7610
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F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
37
299
12.6
91.5
150.6
39
13.3
69
701
49.0
230
492
00
757.0
6530
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3890
4640
5010
3640
4160
6100
5760
2570
00
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122
24.2
9.0
5.5
121
75
11.0
550
58
86
84
1193
00
3002
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04
2.7
02
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4520
3374
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0.0
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52.4
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1,670,0
720
58.8
Wlnn!blgoshlsh Dam & Res.
Elev
SD Roberts
MN Cass Itasca
—
O
0
12,700
910
176
5,500
lf,000
17,650
36,600
12,000
7,000
8,000
13,400
6,200
5,950
0
50
6,600
1,020
1,040
115
4,000
62,000
PL 76-534.
PL 76-534
RHA 1699
FCA Ocf 65
FCA of 22 Dec 44
RHA 1910
RHA 1927
RHA 1930.
RHA 1930.
RHA 1930
RHA 1930.
RHA 1930
RHA 1930.
PL 71-520
PL 7t-520
PL 71-520
PL 71-520
PL 71-520
PL 71-520.
PL 71-520.
PL 71-520.
PL 71-520.
PL 71-520.
PL 71-520.
PL 71-520.
FCA of 22 Jun 36
PL 73-164
RHA of 1662 1695
RHA of 16821665.
RHA of 18821865
RHA 1930
RHA of t6a2 1895
PL 71-126
FCA JurI 36
PL 74-738
RHAof 1946
PL 73-184
RHAof 1899.
RHAof 1899.
RHA 1665,
FCA Dec 44
PL 75-761,
PL 75-761,
FCA 1936
RHAof 1699
FCA 1936
FCA.
RHAof 1937
RHAof 1937
PL 69-1oo.
RHAoI 1662
RHAof 1682
FCA 1936.
1945
1945
1685
1865
RHA of 1899.
New England Div)suon
—.
Ball Mounta!n Lk
Barre Falls Dam
Btrch HIII Dam
Black Rock Lk
Backwater Dam
Buffumvflle Lk
Colebrook River Lk
,..... .,
Conant Brook Dam
East Brlmfleld Lk.
Edward MacDowell Lk...
Everett Lk
Frankltn Falls Dam
Hancock Brook Lk.
Hodges V41age Dam.
‘-”
‘-:
Hop Brook Lk
Hopklnton Lk.
Knlghtvllle Dam
Ltttlevllle Lk
Mansi!eld Hollow Lk
.:
New Bed ford. Fa[rhaven Hurr
r,er
VT
MA
MA
CT
NH
MA
CT
MA
MA
MA
NH
NH
NH
CT
MA
I CT
NH
MA
MA
CT
BarMA
Wmdham
Worcester
Worcester
Lnlchfleld..
Merrtmack
Worcester
Lltchfleld
.,
Beksh!re
Hampden
Hampden, Worcester
Hlllstmro
Hlllsboro, Merrimack,
Belknap. Merrimack,
Ljtchheld ........
Worcester..
‘-.
New Haven..
Merrimack.,
Hampshire
Hampden, Hampshire,..
Tolland
Bristol.
—T—”---West R
Ware R
Millers R
Branch Brink
Backwater R
Little R
West Branch
Farm(ngton R ., .,
Conant Brook
Qu!nebaug R
Nubanus!t Brook
Plscataquog R
Pemlgewassef R
Hancock Brook
French R ,,
HoP Brook, ......
Contoocook R
Westheld R
Middle Br, Westl!eld R
Natchaug R,.
1:
E-4
6305
7610
8150
4370
5150
4925
7080
aio
1,400
3,200
190
3,260
530
1,165
20
0
0
21
0
200
750
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
76-534,
76-226.
75-761.
86-45
75-111,
77-226.
86-645.
6940
632.0
9110
340.0
3070
4600
4655
3100
3600
4000
5180
2055
00
156
2,300
640
2,900
2,600
266
740
270
3,700
960
510
I ,aao
o
0
360
165
130
440
40
0
21
220
0
275
200
O
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
66-645,
77-226
75-111
75-761
75-111
86-645
77-226.
66-645.
75-761,
75-761
65-500
77-228
65-500
63-760.
ER 1110-2-240
Change 1
30 ~r 87
APPENDIX
Project
..,...,
,..
Tlllly Lk
Union Vlflage Dam
West Hill Dam .........
West Thomspon
Westv!lle Lake.
OF PROJECTS—COntinued
Sbeam
Prol(
purpo
1
VT
VT
CT
NH
CT
NH
CT
VT
Windsor ...............
Windsor ........
Lilchfleld
Chesh#re
Fa(rf!eld ...
Chesh#re
Lltchf!eld
Windham
Ottauquechee
Black R
Northl!eld Br
Otter Brook..
R......
MA
VT
MA
CT
MA
Worcester
Orange..
Worcester
W!ndham
Worcester
East Br TuIIY R....
Ompompanoosuc
R
West R
Ouinebaug R
Qu[nebaug R
Ashuelot R...
Naugatuck R ,,
West R........
.......
.......
—.—..———.——
I
State/county
name ‘
North Hartland Lk.
North Springfield Lk
North field Br Lk
Otter Br Lk..
Stamford Hurr Barr,er
Surw Mountain Lk...
Thomaston Dam ......
Townshend Lk .......
E—LIST
I
I
;Iorage
1,000
AF
Upper
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
688
500
24
176
00
317
420
329
F
F
F
F
205
380
124
256
11.0
F
Elev llmlis feel
M.S L.
Lower
—--——
.————
Area Ir
-——-
lcres
Upper
Lower
Aulh Iegts 1
5465
5455
5760
7610
‘Ti 00
5500
494,0
553,0
4250
4670
5000
7010
00
5000
3800
4780
1,100
1,200
67
374
0
970
960
735
215
100
7
70
0
260
0
95
6680
5640
2640
3425
572,0
6360
4200
2340
305.0
525.0
1,130
740
1,025
1,250
913
7e
0
0
200
PL 75-761.
PL 75-761
PL 66-645
PL 63-780
PL 86-645
PL 75-761
PL 78-534.
PL 76-534,
760
PL 75-761
PL 74-738
PL 78-534
PL e6-645
---L
‘-r
PL 83-
–23e:.;.-2.’L-
North Pacific Dhv(slon
Albeni Falls Dam, Lk Penal, Ore!tle .... ID Bonner...
Applegate Lk ........
Bfg Cliff Dam ......
OR Marion,
““”””’”””
Blue River Lk .....
Bonneville L&D Lk ....
Chena River Lakes ....
Ch!ef Joseph Dam Rufus
Lk
Cottage Grove Lk .......
Cougar Lk
Detroit
Woods
Lk
1,1550
75.2
Penal Oreille R....
Applegate R........
L1nn.
N Santiam
R.....
P
0:ck7--”r
OR Lane..
Eclue R
WA Skamanla.
AK Norfh Star Burough..
WA Douglas, Okanogan
Columb!a R........
Chena R
Columb[a R.... ..
OR Lane..
Ofl Lane.
Coast Fk, Willamete
South Fk
OR Marion
F
FNI
NP
F
P
R
North Santiam
Oworshak Dam and Res
Fall Cr Dam and Lk
ID Cleafwater
OR Lane ..... ..
North Fk, Clearwater
Fall Cr
Fern Ridge Lk ......
OR Lane ....
Long Tom R,
Foster Lake.
OR L,nn ......
South Santiam
Green
OR Llnn
Middle
Peter Lk
OR Lane .....
Ice Harbor Dam Lk Sacajawea
John Day Dam Lk Umatllla
WA Walla, Walfa, Franklln
OR Sherman..
MT L!ncoln
WA Columbfa,
~OR Lane..
Lost Creek Lk
Lower Granite L&D
Lucky Peak Dam and Lk
I OH J~~k~On.......
Lwr Monumental
L&D Lk tiG West
McNa~ L&D. Dam Lk Wallula
WA
WA
OR
WA
WA
WA
OR
OR
WA
‘1””””
WIIIOW Creek Lk...
Wynoochee Dam and Lk...
—-
FNP
F
FNI
F
FNI
F
FNPI
F
FNPI
R..
Fk, Santlam
R
Middle Fk, Wlllamelte
Libby Dam Lk Koocanusa
Little Goose L&D Lk Bryan
Lookout Potnt Lk
MIII Creek Dam Lk
Mud Mountain Dam.
The Dalles L&D Lk Celllo...
R.
“1
HIIIs Creek Lk
WA Garfield,
ID Ada
F
F
FNPI
P
F
FNPI
R
F
I FNPI
Snake R
Columb!a R.....
NP
F
FNP
F
FP
PN
P
FNPI
FPIR
NPI
F
FI
NP
NP
Mill Cr..
White R
Columb#a R.....
F
F
NP
Snake R
Columbla R
I Kootenal R
Snake R.
Middle Fk, Willamette
Wh\tman
,,
Whitman..
Walla, Walla, Frankfin.
Benlon..
Umat,lla ......
Walla, Walla
King, Pierce
Kl!ckltal .....
R
Rogue R,
Snake R
eotse R
,....,..
WIflow Cr ........
Wynoochee R
F
““””
Ohio River C3ivislon
Allegheny
L&D 3 ...
g~;:~a:a
Allegheny
Atwood
Res K#nzua Dam
Lk
PA Allegheny
PA Allegheny
PA Allegheny
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
Armstrong
Armstrong
Armstrong
Armstrong
Warren
Westmoreland
...
OH Tuscarawas.
65
76.8
138.0
34.0
192,3
2,049.7
1,8540
95,00C
988
86,000
221
1,208.0
1,1820
13C
98
1,3570
1,3500
77.0
506.7
956.0
1,350.0
1,1800
700
490,0
9300
975
94C
20,80(
5,40C
e,40c
940
133
19,850
400
6,800
1,23:
63:
3,49(
3,45:
1,72:
99(
1,885
1,815
17,090
1,865
1,760
10.305
9,340
1,260
1,195
3,705
3,605
295
1,235
635
602
3,455
1,725
1,415
940
1,615
520
9,050
1,760
460
9,340
1,515
1,195
695
3,605
2,072
29.8
7910
11.3
1,6990
143.9
1,6900
99
1,5320
191
1,5690
2616
1,5635
403
1,4500
48
6950
55
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650
6320
?,0160
1,6000
75
8340
1075 I
8300
157
3751
939
3735
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6410
249
6370
163
1,0150
2499
1,0100
I
1,5320
l,5t60
1,5630
1,4500
1,4250
6900
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7705
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3735 I
3530
6370
6130
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~L 81-518
‘CA 1962, PL 87-874,
PL 87-874.
HD 544, PL 75-761,
PL 87-874.
HD 531.
PL 81-516
RHA 1935
PL 90-483.
HD 693, PL 79-525
HD
HD
PL
PL
HO
544, PL 75-761
531,
61-516
63-870.
544, PL 75-761.
HO 544, PL
HD 544
‘L 75-761.
{D 403, PL
4D 531.
‘L 81-516
4D 544
‘L 75-761
+D 544
‘L 86-645
<D 531
‘L 81-516,
7eo
40531
‘L 61-516
+D 531
‘L 81-516
HD 704, PL
HD 531
I PL 81-516
75-761.
e7-674.
PL 83–
56
1946
600
256
249
1560
1500
192.0
4,9795
49.0
122
3242
3150
436
139
264.4
20.0
1850
1,5430
1,541.0
1,2060
1,1410
4400
2680
2650
2620
2,459.0
63e o
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9260
1,8720
73e o
3,060,0
3,055.0
540.0
3400
1,5410
1,4480
1,1410
1,0400
4370
2,850
2,710
1,750
763
8,370
2570
2,2e7 o
633.0
8190
8250
1,751 0
7330
3,0550
2,9050
537.0
3350
49,000
46365
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4,255
3,430
8,900
2,817
2,ei7
6,700
38,eoo
2,7to
1,575
763
13
8210
52000
49,000
42,000
14391 I HD 531. PL
9,620
HO 704, PL
1,860 HD 544
2,090 PL 75-761
1,aoo HD 566, PL
6,540
HO 704, PL
2,745
PL 79-526
802
6,550
HO 704, PL
36,000
HD 704, PL
75
1063
525
1;26< O
1,2150
1600
1,2050
6950
1550
225
963
11 ,20C
531 HO 578, PL 75-761
0 PL 74-738
10,350 HD 531, PL el-516
79-14
81-516
79-14
87-874
79-14
79-14
79-14
I
WaSCO .......
Morrow ....
Grays, Harbor
35
2,0625
1,987.0
Allegheny
Allegheny
..... Allegheny
Allegheny
Allegheny
Allegheny
Allegheny
Allegheny
Allegheny
R
R
R.
R
R
R
R
R., ......
R.......
N
N
~
N
N
N
F
FMCR
F
Ind,an Fk Cr
E-5
J
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116
654
2,1135
6000
2,0470
7000
7210
7345
7450
7566
7690
782 t
6000
a22 o
1,365,0
1,3280
9010
8880
9410
7100
7210
7345
7450
7588
7690
7821
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1,3280
1,2400
88a O
8650 I
9280
269
1,17C
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00
00
00
00
00
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00
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6070
5490
531
792
26 t
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
21,180
12,0eo
4852
3387
2,460
:
96
193
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L...
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HD 601, PL 93-251.
—.–_ —.. —— .
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
f2,0eo
1,900
3,3a7
3,105
1,540
RHA 1935
RHA 1935
RHA 1912
RHA 1912
RHA 1912
RHA 1912
RHA 1912, 1935
RHA 1935
PL 74-738
PL 87-e74
Pw 1933
ER 111O-2-24O
Change 1
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APPENDIX
State/counly
Project name ‘
Barkley Dam Lk Barkley ...
E—LIST
OF PROJECTS—COntinUed
Project
pur~se 2
Stream 1
Ky Lyon. Lwgst .....
Cumberland
KY Allen. Barren .... ...... ..
Barren R
R. .......
OH Tuscarawas
Sugar Cr..,.
WV Wayne...
Beech Fk Cr.....
FCFI
F
FP
N
F
FMR
F
FCR
F
FCR
76/
1,2130
2590
6100
5568
1903
699
00
926.01
375.0
359.0
354.0
5900
552,o
9765
0.0
00
OH Ma~onlng,
Portage ......
“1
Mahonlng R,.......
!MCAR
WV Summers .. .......... . ....... ../New
R.......
.
IF
FCR
OH Stark, Tuscarawas
Sandy Cr.....
F
lNFrankltn .............. ..................... EForkof
Whdewater R
FMR
KY Leslie.,, ...... . .................... .... Mrddle Fkof KenIucky R .......... F
FR
WV Braxlon ........ ......... ..... .. . ... L Kanawha R
F
KY Rowan...,.., .......
TN Cheatham
.
. .
..
Cumberland
FCR
P
N
.1F
I FCR
F
R..
...{ Brush Fk.
OH Harrison.. ,
PAlnd#ana,
““lFAR
Ltcktng R
Westmoreland
......../ Conemaugh
..1
R
1:
Obey fl ... ..
TN Clay
,..Llck!ng
OH Musklngum
92251
359.0
3540
233.01
55201
5250~
948.0
0.0
5820
5600
383
566
592.6
7.5
149.6
1264
135.6
216
51.5
102
26.6
63.5
33.1
140.2
88.7
201.0
0.0
1,0320
1,0247
1,5200
1,4100
9620
7460
8400
7620
a25 o
7890
1,0230
690.0
661.0
863.0
849.0
704.0
363.0
1,02471
1,0165
1,4100
1,4060
6950
7130
7820 ‘
7570
7890
7760
1,0120
6610
6400
6490
6000
6360
358,0
25.1
10.8
391.5
75.3
762.o
492.0
606
45
196
842
2751
8.0
2700
1,0550
1,0270
765.0
730.0
665.0
646.0
1.0200
9970
3650
362.0
910.5 I
a96.o
975.0
176
00
894
504.5
499.0
920.0
3530
6630
I
I
1,5401
93,430
57,920
45,210
20,150
10,000
6,150
0
1,647
725
0
5,500
3,590
9,160
2,040
6,500
5,26o
3,610
1,230
1,902
965
2,720
3,910 I
2,060 !
6,110
2,63o
4,840
0
1,250
57,920
45,210
0
10,000
4,340
420
420
725
460
0
PL 79-525.
PL 75-261
Pw 1933
PL 87-674
RHA 1909
‘3,590
2,200
2.040
1,800
0
2,430
1,230
550
965
553
2,120
2,060
1,100
2,630
700
1,400
0
PL 75-761
PL 67-674.
5,630
2,620
1,600
6,820
710
530
6,270
6,790
18,220
14,590
i ,350
627
5,630
0
1,800
1,430
300
49901
424.0 !
8400
12,200
9,620
1,940
9,620
0
350
30,990
27,700
0
4,046
1,277
8,550
1,270
3,340
1,100
27,700
21,860
0
1,277
727
1,270
950
1,100
660
10270
10090
730.0
720.0
6480
1.120
710
14,670
6,270
23,060
:;:1 ;::
3450
8980
893.0
680,0
PL
PL
Pw
PL
PL
74-736
75-761
1933,
75-761
75-761
PL 75-761
PL 67-674
PL 75-761
PL 75-761
PL 75-76i.
RHA 1909
PL 74-738
PL 75-761,
Pw 1933
FIHA 1946, PL 396.
PL 396
Pw 1933
PL 74-736,
761.
RHA 1946
PL 75-
PL 74-738,
761
PL 75-761.
PL 75-
615
146
118,0
56
76.1
4.9
6440
6100
9470
9150
6660
6500
651.0
631.0
682.0
610.0
7960
9150
9100
6500
6450
2030
190
19.8
202.2
73.6
65.3
5.5
0.0
126.7
27.2
00
916,0
1,665,0
1,6700
795.0
733.0
701.0
6620
710.0
6250
757.0
538.0
6560
1,6700
1,6510
7330
6630
6620
6560
6920
7570
7250
515.0
10,100
1,370
1,160
4,600
2.160
2,351
1,005
0
2,661
1,131
0
0
1,160
920
2,160
62o
1,005
623
0
1,131
569
0
Pw 1933
PL 76-526
645.0
637.0
3373
3491
6750
6640
4a5.o
““3,633
1,509
0
0
19,100
8,210
o
1,509
1,159
0
0
8,210
6,650
0
PL 66-645.
0
RHA 1909
RHA 1909.
PL 75-761.
PL 75-761
PL 75-761
PL 75-761
R......
““’”’”’l~CR
EFk
OH Clermont ......
,..:.................. EFk
WV Wayne
.
.
PA Afleahenv ..........
KY Pike
KY Taylor
..,.
Little Miami R .........
Twefvepole ...
Ohto R ............... .....
Lev!sa Ok ..........
F
FMCAR
F
FCR
N
F
FAR
Green R
696
10.7
0.0
0.0
4791
61.5
00
~o~....
00
1406
84
2520
150
00
J’fl Flannagan
Da”
661.0 ‘“
645.0
3491
3634 \
713.0 !
675.o
515.0
6230...
,6020~
“8350 ““” 81’40
796.0
7490 I
749.0
504.5
490.5
4695
;:;.:1
PL 75-761
PL 75-761.
RHA 1909,
PL 75-761.
RHA 1935
RHA 1688
RHA 1688
PL 75-761.
RHA 1909
;\...
0’ ‘“”
7,900
22,%
““o RHA 1950
900 PL 65-500.
500
14,400
PL 75-761.
::::1 ~::: ::::
PL 75-761
& Res
E-6
1110-2-240
~
Change 1
30 Apr 87
APPENDIX
E—LIST
OF PROJECTS—Continued
—.
I
I
Project
State/county
name L
Straam
Project
purpose 2
‘
T---
Storage
1,000
AF
—.—
Elev Isn
M.:
s feet
Area ,n acres
Aulh Iegls :1
Upper
Lower
Upper
Lower
1,3960
4300
4440
4571
4704
1,0185
9820
9775
9630
6140
9750
00
9930
9855
1,1620
1,0980
4550
1,3.90[
421,E
430 c
444 c
4571
982 C
760 (
963.C
957,C
590 c
910.C
O.c
965.5
951.C
1,096C
1.075.C
420.C
0.0
143
3.1
37
00
00
5900
l,34t .0
1,310.0
1,300.0
763.0
4200
566 C
1,31OC
I,300C
I,265C
743.5
383 C
00
485.0
455 c
0
2932
519
2850
102.0
737 c
712C
7992
932 C
7100
718?
7269
12,830
3,160
7,950
6,8oo
00
0.0
00
7790
737,0
690.0
963.0
7167
7269
743.5
00
00
7780
797.0
763 C
778 C
z
Kentucky R L&D 1.,
Kentucky R L&D 2,,
Kentucky R L&O 3.
Kentucky R L&D 4,,
Laurel R#ver Lk ......
,...,..
KY
::. KY
KY
,:, KY
KY
,.
FMCR
N
N
N
N
P
Carroll.. .,
Henry Owen..
Henry Owen .......
Franklin ...
Laurel, Whdley.
❑
Leesvdlle Lake ..... .,
.,
OH Carroll ....
London L&D
Loyalhanna Lk
WV Kanawha
PA Westmoreland
M J K!rwan Dam & Res
OH Portage.
W Br Mahon#ng R
Mahon!ng
Cr Lk..
PA Armstrong
Mahonrng
Markland
L& D......
IN Swdzerland
KY Gallatin.
,...
WV Kanawha R.....
KY Harlan ,., ,....,.. ,,
Oh(o R
PA Fayette Washington..
KY Jefferson., ...........
IN Clark .....
KY Bracken
OH Clermont ........
IN M!aml.
Monongahela
Oh(o R
OH Coshocton
OH Ashland ,......, ,......
PA Allegheny, ...... ,,
,.
PA Allegheny, .....
PA
Washington
Westmore.
land.
PA Greene, Fayette...
PA Greene, Fayette.,.,.
Walhondlng R..
Lk Fork
Monongahela
R
Monongahela
R
Monongahela
R
F
FR
F
F
N
N
N
Monongahela
Monongahela
N
N
IN Monroe
Salt Cr.
Marmet L&D
Martins Fk Lk...
Maxwell L&D.
McAlp#ne L&D
Meldahl
L& D......
Missnss! newa Lk.,
Mohawk Dam
Mohlcanvllle Dam
Monongahela
R L&D 2
Monongahela
R L&O 3,
Monongahela
R L&R 4 ,..... .,
Monongahela
Monongahela
Monroe
Lk
Montgomery
R L&D 7 ,,
R L&O 8
.,
Island L&D
PA Beaver
WV Monongalla
R,
OH Trumbull
...
Cr., .......
R...
Ohto R......
~N
F
FAR
R
N
N
N
Mlss!ssinewa
R
R
R
F
FMA
N
00
Ohvo R.
N
Mosqudo
Cr.., ....
North Br of Kokoslng
N Fk Pound R.,
R
F
FMCAR
F
F
2586 I
556.0
15991
536.0
6820
00
6140
7970,
I,”
217
9040
604
9014
139
1,1460
aO’
1,6440
13i
1,6110
6645
0.0
0.0
WV Monongahela
OH Ross, Highland ...
WV M(ngo, Wyoming
WV Mason
OH Guernsey ....
Cumbedand
Monongahela
Paint Cr
Guyandot
P
N
N
F
FMCAR
R
R.
R
I ;CAR
I N
........1 Ohto R..
Seneca
Fk
I :CR
PA Mercer
0
0
0
310
0
0
0
0
6,060
4,2oo
1,470
1,000
0
3,280
0
3,240
2,650
2,370
260
0
4,200
0
1,000
829
RHA 1679
RHA 1679
RHA la79
RHA 1879
PL 86-645.
Pw 1933
0 RHA 1930
210
0
2,650
570
zao
170
0
Shenango
“1
R
;CAR
E-7
5380
5150
6645
‘1 0
576
340
274
0
340
274
0
0
0
PL 74-738
PL 75-761
PL-74-73a
PL 75-761
PL 74-738
PL 75-761
RHA 1909
0
0
0 RHA 1922
0 RHA 1922, 1950
16,450
10,750
0
6,900
7,a50
1,140
349
154
0
0
RHA 1909
5,790
2,890
0
PL 75-761
14,530
5,790
0
29001
2766
0
0
1247
114
326
363
121 1
1673
322
66
0.0
4450
4420
8570
6450
798.0
7310
7090
5460
536.0
9246
913.0
6440
4420
3750
8350
796,0
7675
7090
6500
5360
5060
9130
9090
6230
22,5oo
19,550
0
4.76t
1,190
1,867
t,139
11,300
8,860
3,170
2,310
19,550
0
0
1,190
770
1,139
261
6,680
2,010
2,310
1,987
742
55
1695
12.2
0.0
1,0650
1,0200
1,1550!
1,035.0
5600
1,020.0
1.0125
1,0350
1,012.0
538.0
2,600
a50
2,850
630
495.0
4700
7550
7300
6322
6282
6960
6850
3020
10,260
5,100
2,860
5, i 70
3,550
11,090
3,560
0
976
3,550
2,912
3,560
1,910
0
5240 I
495.0
793.0
755.0
8425
8322
9190
6960
3240
1973
FCA 1958
10,750
3,260
0
RHA
1909.
7,850
7,220
154
154
106
0
5150
4900
2900
2144’
902
2029
476
451
128
1510
29.9
0.0
Pw 1933.
Pw 1933
0 RHA 1902
0 RHA 1905
0 RHA 1909
5600
5150
3020
00
PL 85-500
0
0
0
0
630
3570
RHA 1909
0 RHA 1909,
3,160
1,280
0
0
0
9014
8999
1,121.0
1,6110
1,6010
644,0
RHA 1930
PL 69-296
0 RHA 1909.
3420
001
Sumner
01
3580
4392
1064
00
IL Pulaski
TN Davidson
1,143
I
Kanawha ...,.
Ma fllns Fk of Clover R
Monongahela
OH Knox
VA Wise
FC
F
FCAR
F
FRC
N
165
00
00
00
00
1650
2506
179’
55
00
933
00
220
529
64,7
5.1
0.0
I
‘1
0
0
650
627
630
440
RHA 1909
PL 75-761.
PL 87-674
PL 86-645
RHA 1909
RHA 1909, 1910,
1918,
QHA 1909, 1910,
1918
RHA 1946
3HA 1950
-L 75–761
~L 69-298
~L 69-298
PW 1933
RHA 1909.
~w 1933
~L 67-674
0 RHA 1909.
PL 75-761.
PL 65-500
Pw 1933
PL 75-761
RHA 1909
ER 1110-2-240
Change 1
30Apr 87
APPENDIX
E—LIST
OF PROJECTS—COfltit7
Ued
——
Proiect name ,
State/county
Tom Jenk!ns Dam, Burr Oak, Lk ....
Prolect
purposes
Stream 1
OH Athens
F
FRM
E Br Sandy Cr..
I
Tygart Lake
Union Cdy Res
Unlontown L&D
W FK of Mill Cr Wlnton W~ds
WIIIOW Island L&D
Lk
WIIIS Cr Lk
W!nfleld L& D.....
Wolf Cr Dam, Lk Cumbedand..
WV Putnam,,
KY Russell
Kanawha R, ......
, Cumberland R
I
R Lk ....
N
P
IF
I
PA Fayette ...
.,,
I
Yough!ogheny
FCAR
F
FCAR
R
I
Elev Ilmits feet
MS L.
~;
Area In acres
Auth Ieglsy
‘u-:
2219
1616
600
265
11.4
1256
1,7100
1,16520
1,6520
1,5350
9250
6500
909.0
6993
699.3
694.0
1,170.01 1,0650]
4,913
2,790
1,520
3,100
2,350
2,7701
17.6
56
1761
99.9
476
00
740.0
721.0
1,167.0
1,0940
1,2760
3420
7210
7100
1,0940
1,0100
1,2100
3240
1,192
664
3,430
1,740
2,290
0
96
00
7020
W2 o
6750
5820
557
0
163
0
PL 79-526,
RHA 1909.
779.0
7420
t 1,450
900
Pw 1933
1900
( CR
Youghlqheny
storage
1,000
AF
_—
00
0.0
2,1420
2,0940
150
50
995
1493
2,790 PL 75-761.
514
270 PL 75-761
2,350 Pw 1933
1,960
460] PL 74-736
761
664 FCA 1944
394 PL 76-534
1,740 PWA 1934
620
0 PL 67-674
0 RHA 1909
001
001
01
5660 I
53B 01
723.0 I
673.0 ~ 502il
7600
7230
63,530
1,2090
1,1610
775
1,1610
1,1625
325
1,4700
1,4390
3,570
1,4390
1,4190
2,640
—.~
PL 75-
01
356~1
50:250
325
100
2,640
2,300
I
‘HA”35
PL 75-761
FCA 1962
FCA 1936.
1
South Atlantic Division
Aberdeen L&D and Res...
Allcevllle Lock Dam & Res
Allatoona Dam & Res .....
MS Monroe.
AL Pickens..
GA BartOW.
Tombhgbee R, ......
Tomb!gbee R...
Etowah R.
B Everett Jordan Dam & Lk
NC Chatham
Haw R
Bay Springs Lock Dam 8 Res
Buford Dam Lk, S(dney Lanler
MS Tlshom(ngo.
GA Forsyth, Gw!nnett.
Tomblgbee R,.
Chattahoochee R....::.
Caners Dam & Res.
GA Murray.
Coosawattee
Clajborne Lock Dam A Res
Clarks HIf Dam & Lk ......
AL
GA
SC
AL
MS
AL
NC
Monroe..
Columbia .........
McCormick ....
Clark, Choctaw
Lowndes ......
Sumter, Marengo..
Wake
AL
GA
AL
GA
SC
AL
FL
FL
VA
Houston.
Early
Sumter, Greene
Hart
Anderson
Tuscaloosa
Levy, MarIon, Cdrus ...
Gadsden, Jackson.
Mecklenburg,
3,9
7.6
3026
264.6
5364
1404
37.0
5986
1,087.6
69.2
41 4
166
3900
1,0450
i9.9
65
00
2209
697
62
190.5
t 36.5
6600
8400
240.0
2160
4140
1,0650
1,0710
1,0990
i ,0740
35.0
3350
3300
325
1635
730
2640
2501
1020
169.5
1355
6400
6000
216.0
2020
4080
1,0710
1,0350
1,0740
1,0220
320
330.0
3120
30.0
1625
730
2501
2365
960
AL T!Jsca100sa
., N
.“”:”” .:... F
FP
Bliik-Wi;rlOr
i’:”
NP
Cross FL Barge Canal
., N
NP
Apalachicola R
Roanoke R
F
FP
Black-Warr#or R
NP
56
2930
1,4160
33
13.0
200
1,261.4
1,027.0
271
1095
6650
660.0
1670
275
775
3200
3000
255,0
1065
6600
6250
1660
240
765
3000
2680
2520
FL
Central and Southern FL.
FNIMC
2,e59 o
175
105
Tomblgbee R
Tomblgbee R
Tomb)gbee R......
Tomblgbee R.
Tombvgbee R.. .
Alabama R.....
Okallbbee Cr.
Chlckasawbay R
Smdh R
N
N
N
N
N
NP
F
RMA
F
FP
F
FP
NP
N
F
FIMC
F
FIMC
F
FIMC
N
F
FM
NP
09
27
16
20
09
167
46.5
343
342
1112
1400
1266
446
460
161 9
2732
2363
1650
1,6610
4650
91
1120
330
2440
2205
2455
2705
3005
3305
600
3520
3430
9850
9740
4800
4750
1250
232
163
170
166
145
145
105
955
1,0750
1,0300
1900
2195
2445
2695
2995
3295
790
3430
3260
9740
9200
4750
4700
1240
200
170
140
145
130
105
95
940
1,0300
1,000.0
1840
.::..:
R
‘
Co ffeevllle
Columbus
Demopolls
Falls Dam
Lock Dam 8 Res
Lock Dam & Res
Lock Dam & Res
& Lk..
G W Andrews L&D and Res
Gainesville L&O and Res..
Hartwell Dam & Lk
Holt Lock Oam & Res ....
Inglns Dam Lk Rousseau
J(m Woodrul L&D
John H Kerr Oam 8 Res
John HOIIIS Bankhead
‘Res
Lk Okeechobee
L&D
Lock A
Lock B
Lock C
Lock D.
.,
Lock E.
Millers Ferry L&D
Okatbbee Oam & Res
and
.,,
Glades,
Okeechobee,
Hendfy, Palm Beach, Maflfn
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
AL
MS
Monroe
Monroe
Itawamba.
Itawamba.
Itawamba. Prent!ss.
WIICOX
Lauderdale,
1
Alabama R
Savannah R ..........
Tombtigbee R
Tomb!gbee R...
Tomb#gbee R
Neuse R
Chattahoochee
R
Tomblgbee R
Savannah R ..’ .“
Ph!lpott Dam 8 Lk.
VA Hen~,,.
R B Russell Dam and Lk..
Roben F Henry Lock Dam .3 Res
Rodman Oam & Lk Ocklawaha.
S-10 & Water Cons Area 1 .... .
GA
SC
AL
FL
FL
S-1 1 & Waler Cons Area 2A
FL Palm Beach Broward
Central and Southern FL
s-12
Elbeti..
Abbevllle
Aulauga, Lowndes
Putman & Marion ........
Palm Beach ...
Savannah R
Alabama R
Cross FL Barge Canal
Central and Southern FL
FL Broward & Dade..
Central and Southern FL
Selden Lock and Res
W Ker, Scott Dam & Res
AL Hale, Greene.
NC W!lkes.
Black. Warr#or R.
Yadkin R
Walter F George L&D
GA Clay
Chaltahoochee
8 Water Cons Area 3A
N
N
F
PMAR
F
FMCAR
N
F
PNMR
F
PRA
N
F
FP
N
N
N
F
FMCAR
N
R
E-$
4,359
8,655
19,201
11,662
31,611
13,942
6,700
47,162
36,542
3,660
3,663
7,945
11,662
3.251
13,942
6,656
5,740
36,542
22,442
3,275
71,100
6,500
9,400
10,000
45,000
7,500
6,500
10,000
1,540 I
PL 79-525
PL 79-525
PL 77-226
PL 66-253.
PL 79-525
PL 79-14.
PL 79-14
PL 60-317
PL 79-525
PL 60-317.
I,1901PL
79-14
6,9201””” 5.900/ PL 79-525
61,400
55,9501 PL 61-516
55,950
27,650
3,296
3,252
PL 60-317
4030
2,040
PL 77-675
36,000
36,650
~L 79-14
46,900
PL 76-534,
63,200
19,700
46,900
PL 60-168
9,245
8,730
154.90C
9801
650
2,641
2,615
1,699
1,566
2,021
1,959
669
621
16,160
17,201
6,580
3,600
3,800
1,275
3,370
2,880
2,660
1,350
29,340
26653
26653
24,117
13,300
10,470
17,350
12,950
141,250
141,250
141,250
26,00
110,500
110,500
t 10,500
107,500
$87,200
385,000
385,000
316,000
PL 71-520, PL 75392, PL 79-14, PL
60-858, PL 83-780
PL 90
PL 79-525
PL 79-525
PL 79-525
PL 79-525.
PL 79-525.
PL 79-14
PL 67-874
PL 76-534.
PL 89-769,
PL 79-14.
PL 77-675
PL 60-856,
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
60-856
83-780.
60-858
63-780.
60-317
79-526
PL 81-516
—
m
Change 1
30 Apr 87
APPENDIX
‘+
Project
‘
name 1
State fcounty
West Po!nt Dam & Res...
Wdllam Bacon Oliver L&D and Res...
Alamo Dam & Lk.
Bear Dam.
Black Butte Lk...,.
Brea Dam .9 Res.
Buchanan Dam H V. Eastman
AL HenV..
GA Troup ....
AL Tuscaloosa
E—LIST
OF PROJECTS—cOnt!flued
————.——-——.
Stream
PrO1ec!
purpose z
1
Chattahoochee
R.
Black Warr!or R. .,
NPMAR
N
South Paclflc
Spr!ngs)
I
Elev Ilmlts feet
M.S L
Storage
1,000
AF
Area (n acres
__
( Lower
‘------
UPPer
3061
o
6350
122.9
6200
122.9
Dlvlston
Auth Iegls “]
Upper
-“”-T–-1
Lower
_l
25’,864 ““” 15,512
““ ““
PL 87-874
790
790 PL 60-317
—. .——–
L– —.- ——
———7
‘---rl--t,0462
7.7
137.1
40
450
Lk
Burns Dam
Carbon Canyon Dam & Res ......
Coyote Valley Dam Lk Mendocino.,
Dry Cr IWarm
nel.
111o-2-240
66
501
723
1360
Lk & Chan-
2250
52.0
06
254
650
650
566.1
0.4
15.0
19.6
63
697
1650
3022
3.6
2,4915
7.6
1.0000
1962
77
321
174
750
1361
356
349
Farmlngton Dam
Fullerion Dam & Res
Hansen Dam Res
Hidden Dam Hensley Lk
Isabella Lk
,.,.,...
Lopez Dam Res
Matiposa Dam.,.
fviartls
Cr Lk
Mathews Canyon Dam & Res
Molave R(ver Dam & Res
New Hogan Lk.,,
Owens Dam.
Painted Roc Dam & Read .........
P#ne Canyon Dam & Res .......
Pine Flat Lk Kings R..
Prado Dam & Res..
San Antonio Dam & Res..
Santa Fe Dam & Res
Sepolveda Dam & Res
Success Lk..
Term!nus Dam Lk Kaweah..
WhiOow Ranch Dam & Res
Whittier Marrows Dam & Red .........
Southwestern
RIO Chama
F
TX Harris
Buffalo Bayou
Aqunlta Cr.
F
F
AR Carrel,
ton
‘E””-Deep Fork R
BenIon,
Washinq-
Whale R
IF
I
FPM
I FMR
OK Osage.
Birch Cr
.
AR Yell, Logan ...
OK McCurlaln
AR EIaxter, MarIon,
MO Ozark, Taney
OK Blaln ...
,.,..,.,
Boone
F
FMCAR
Petll Jean R ,.,..,.,
Mountain Fk R
Wh4e R
N Canadtan
TX ComaI..
Guadalupe
MO Reynolds, Wayne
NM Sandoval, Sante Fe, Los
Alamos.
Black R...,
RIO Grande
NM San M!guel
Candban R
OK Washington.,
KS Chautauqua,,
KS Morris
.,
R....
R
L Caney
R, .. .
Neosho
R,...
,iF
F
FRPMAC
F
PF
F
FM I
F
M
F
F
FRC
F
FI
F
FMCA
F
FMAR
E-9
4750
7646 !
7375,
4950
1,1740
344.0
4146
zoa o
5590
4030
7375
6370
451 1
451.1
291.0
156.5
1200
2900
2610
1,0600
9900
5400
4856
5400
4480
2,605.5
2,4700
1,272.9 I 1,2537
43951
3700
5,838.0
5,7800
5,461.0
5,4200
3,1340
2,9060
7130
6662
7130
5860
4075
3470
6610
5240
5,6750
5,6040
95! 5
5655
5430
4600
2,23a o
2,1250
4960
421 0
7100
6660
6525
5889
6940
5700
2,1660
2,0560
2285
1840
13,307 ;
265 ~
4,453$
163
1,785
1,785
662
225
1,922
1,740
3,600
2,600
4,107
62
781
1,567
1,567
11,454
40
512
762
300
1,97B
4,333
4,333
174
53,200
254
5,956
6,630
145
1,084
1,335
2,477
1,913
828
2,411
.--1..
Olvlston
NM RIO Arr#ba
=~==1OK Oklahoma
1,2350
4135
473.5
2790
5870
7,045
o
577
0
1482
484
0
0
1,740
20
2,600
PL 78-534
PL 78-534
PL 78-534
FCA i 936
PL 78-674
PL 78-534
PL 74-736
PL 75-761
PL 87-B74
500
0 PL 78-534
0 FCA 1936
0 FCA 1936
811 PL 87-874
280
26 PL 785-34
0 FCA 1936.
0 PL 7a-534.
61 PL 87-a74
0 PL 61-516
0 PL 66-645.
2,818 PL 7B-534
702
0 PL 70-534
0 PL 61-516
0 PL 81-516.
0 PL 78-534
0 FCA 1936.
0 FCA 1936
0 FCA 1936, 1941
0 FCA 1936
409 PL 78-534
276 PL 78-534,
0 PL 79-526.
0 FCA 1936
.I__
-,-.
5722
191 3
200 a
1614
936
644
274
245
796
428
2090
6,2635
6,2200
1120
5645
5375
1,0295
1,0060
a3 o
4390
4210
106,0
6,2200
6,0600
71 1
5375
4766
1,0060
9700
810
4210
3726
732
7,469
4,120
16,423
8,980
3,280
3,820
1,820
13,700
6,040
3.570
16,734
4,120
0
0
3,280
26
1,620
20
10,950
3,570
0
0
2996
1,1300
1,1200
31,700
28,220
9251
6400
3727
1704
1,1200
6310
594.0
724.0
1,077.0
5940
470.0
694.0
272
390
158
2333
45’02
469.8
2,3600
1,0030
2656:
97.2 I
;::
I
3918
5450
8580
774.0
750.5
4190
627.5
599.5
6950
654.0
1,6380
1,615.4
934.0
9090
567.0
5,4605
8140
7505
730.0
3640
5995
559.5
6540
6285
1,6154
1,5965
9090
750
4940
5,3566
28,220
23,600
12,400
7,630
3,770
1,520
1,240
2,340
1,140
11,000
16,000
14,200
71,240
45,440
15,710
7.910
12,890
8,240
10,400
9,361
15,540
PL 85-500
12400 ; PL 79-526
42 HD86-81-1
3770
HDI03-771.
730
1240
PL B7-874
70 HD572-67-2
!,140
PL 87-874
384 HD563-87-2
2,910
PA 75-761
14,200 PL 85-500
9,200
45,440
PL 77-226,
33,800
7,910
PL 75-761.
2.710
HD56-f75-3
8,240
PL 79-14
0
1,630 PL 75-761.
1,200 PL 86-645
430
1988
2596
1843
426
636
485
5,3566
4,2180
4,2010
7320
7100
1,2890
1,2740
5,3300
4,2010
4,1550
7100
6875
1,2740
1,2400
1,200
13,664
9,692
13,380
4,850
5,400
3,230
PL 80-658
HD250-63-2
PL 90-483
PL 91-611
SD98-76-1
PL 86-399
HD250-83-2,
1938
PL 83-780
0
9,692
3,000
4,850
110
3,230
42
HD 308-74
PL 67-874
HD563-87-2
PL 61-516
RHA
ER 1110-2-240
Change1
30 Apr 87
APPENDIX
E—LIST
OF pROJECTS—COnlinUed
I
Stream (
Prolect
purpose ~
,torage
1,000
AF
Upper
I
;and!an
. ......
F
I FNPM
F
FA
F
FP
call R
~eosho (Grand) R
FMCQ
F
M
San Gabriel R..
Polecat Cr...,
FP
F
FM
,,
Arkansas R..,
NP
.,,,, I NpR
Arkansas ......
Verdlgrls R
Cypress Cr...
East Fork, Trin#ty R.
Elm Fork Tr!nity R
Colfonwood
R
Little R
R#chland Cr
Fourche La Fave R
E-10
N
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
FMAR
F
FMC
F
M
F
Elev Itm!ts lee!
M.S L
Area In acres
Aulh Iegts T
Upper
.ower
101.3
25.5
67.1
15.1
792
1540
239.5
44,8
1,510.9
473.5
437.0
5575
5260
1,347.5
1,339.0
825.o
7960
5970
437.0
4150
5260
512.0
1,3390
1,2960
796,0
7640
5850
4,050
1,660
2,970
1,360
10,740
8,OOO
13,150
4,450
47,960
1,680
710
1,360
610
6,OOO
420
4,450
64
05,480
1,4630
2345
150
9192
539
.96.6
i 3.9
794
87,6
29.2
180.7
29.3
162.2
37.9
243,1
1543
2400
314
9340
7165
484
30
<67
5.8
809.1
127.2
257.9
31. i
73.0
5850
9875
9485
5620
554.0
2,028.0
2,004.0
5,6080
6340
791.0
569.o
502.0
5280
5040
5600
5350
1,1385
1,1250
4870
461.0
784.0
761.5
1,920.0
1,900.0
437.5
404.5
7650
733.0
5,232.0
5650
9485
9400
5540
551.0
?,004 .0
1,968.o
5,4960
7910
6990
5020
4645
5040
4400
5350
4510
1,1250
1,1150
461.0
4350
7615
55.5
1,900.0
1,6480
404.5
390.0
7330
7100
5,1961
05,460
10,400
2,350
51,000
19,100
5,690
1,620
2,o6O
3,220
1,310
4,660
1,370
11,040
4,400
12.710
7,360
27,730
8,690
40,46C
31 ,46C
3,70C
917
1,26C
51C
34,490
13,250
13,00C
3,57C
2,877
46,120
2,350
1,170
19,900
16,950
1,820
0
0
1,310
0
1,370
310
4,400
0
7,280
41
6,693
0
31,460
23,740
917
394
510
0
13,250
4.500
3,570
0
1,370
1,238 C
176,5
2702
350 s
559 c
70 e
9194
3435
1,180.C
296.7
Oc
5360
5220
3,8700
3,6510
1,068,0
1,039.0
1,0445
1,0100
754.0
7230
1420
5220
4560
3,6510
00
1,0390
1,0200
1,0100
9760
7230
7060
142.0
10,94C
7,47<
17,63C
11,65:
31 70(
9 30(
36,02C
17,04(
54,30C
23,60C
14(
7,470
10
11,655
0
9,300
106
17,040
5,590
23,600
13,300
140
18.7
162.3
1605
I0,70C
9,400
82
182.3
1600
3,75C
3,160
12s
196.3
1940
5,62C
5,200
14.4
2133
2110
6,90C
5,550
96
247
6i
15.[
2313
2497
2653
2870
2290
2470
263.0
264 C
4,83C
10,35C
4,13C
5,66(
4,130
6,100
3,600
4,910
72:
3382
3360
34,70(
31,140
25.:
372.5
370C
11,10(
6,600
161
Oc
847
32.4
0(
3920
4130
460,0
490.0
5110
389 C
Oc
4580
467 C
511C
6,62(
1,60(
43,60(
10,90(
2,27(
5,200
0
40,760
9,300
2,270
0(
579:
250 (
275 t
380 [
525:
436 (
60 ;
83,:
1,650.(
153:
1432
53:
307 (
5320
2495
2265
5035
4920
532,0
515.0
1,3585
1,3505
287.0
2592
4430
4245
373.0
532 C
228 !
201 c
492 C
433 c
515C
433 c
1,350 E
1,32o C
2592
252 C
4245
375.2
342.C
1,49[
38,20[
18,70[
29,45(
21 ,40(
39,08(
23,26(
9,05(
6,20(
95,20(
29,20(
fl,70(
5,07(
16,30(
1,490
16,700
1,100
21,400
2,870
23,260
12
6,200
170
29,200
13,100
5,070
0
3,550
‘L .95-5oO
‘L 65-500
‘L 89-296
+D232-89-1
{D440-76-1
‘L 79-525.
4D440-76-I
‘EC 1941.
<HA 1946.
‘L 74-738
‘L
‘L
+D
‘L
66-645
87-874,
591-62-2
65-500.
‘L 67-674.
+D103-77-I,
PL 74-738.
PL 75-761,
PL 83-780
‘L 79-526.
PL 77-226.
PL 79-526.
PL
PL
PL
PL
PL
74-736,
64-643,
60-856
61-516.
69-296.
PL 74-736
PL 61-516
PL 87-674
PL 61-516
HD 756-79,
1946.
HD 75 B-79,
1946.
HD 756-79,
1946.
HD 756-79,
1946,
HD 756-79.
1946
HD 75B-79
RHA 1946
RHA 1946.
HD 756-79
RHA
RHA
RHA
RHA
RHA
HD 758-79 RHA
1946
RHA 1946, tiD75679,
RHA 1946
PL 79-525
PL 79-525.
PL 79-525.
PL 79-525, HD 75879-2.
PL 97-525.
PL 79-526.
HD 533-76-2.
HD 403-77-1
PL 61-516
PL 79-526.
HD 765-79
HO 498-83-2
FCA 1936
m
APPENDIX
OF pRoJECTS—Continued
.+_ .
‘~-”
N Concho
TX Tom Green
“1
Verdlgrls
OK Rogers
OK Texas.
,.
Sanders
OK McCurtaln . .....
LdOe R...
Leon R
Augustine,
R
F
FMRC
F
FMCR
F
FMAC
IF
Angellna
R.......
OK Pushmalah
Jack fork Cr..
TX Washington,
son
Lee,
Burle.
OK Osage
Yegua Cr......
Hominy
TX Sell
.,..
While
R
R.
,,.
lll!nols R
TX Marshall
OK Bryan, Cook, Grayson.
KS Woodson. .
Verdtgr13 R..
CO Las An(mas
Purgator(e
NM Chaves
TX Mclennan
RIO Hondo R
Bosque R.
... ..
TX HIII, Bosquel
Red R..
R
1.4462
34001
1600
1226
2742
3377
I
FI
F
FMR
F
I
M
1439
1780
3116
3906
2049
7600
1,181 501
5767
3710
~ 2,6690
1,6120
1798
I
IL
Beaver Cr
Brazes
1.0994
PMC
F
FMARC
F
M
F
FP
F
FP
F
FPM
F
FMA
F
FI
F
Cr.
Lampasas
MO Taney, Stone, Ba,ry
AFi Carroll, Boone
OK Cherokee, Sequoyah
F
,IF
Pecos R
NM Guadalupe
OK Jefferson
IL
R
Cr
TX Comanche
San
731 8
7070
876
292
2772
Bo 4
9656
5441
1005
1177
646
1199
3881
776
3101
R
N. Cand!an
TX Lamar
TX Jasper,
Angel#na
Storage
1,000
AF
Project
purpose ;
Stream 1
Statelcoufdy
Prolect name s
E—LIST
,.
R
I F
FMCAR
F
PM
I
I
:::
I
FR44544,
0ct.8,1982,
asamendedat52FR
15804, Apr.
30. 1987: 52 FR23816,
E-n
Elev I!mlts Ieet
MSL
Upper
5800
5520
8340
791 0
1,9385
1,9080
6610
6380
27790
2,7635
4605
4510
4800
4435
1,1970
173.0
1644
4,74621
4,7765
6070
5990
2580
2380
7290
7140
6660
622.0
931.0
9150
6670
6320
6400
6170
9310
901 5
6,2600
6,2300
4,0320
200’
1500
33
5000
1008
4550
1404
9625
1997
9514
1,3720
5710
3619
5330
5025
3870
2,3637
2595
1427
2200
..I__
ln!elcOastal Waterway,
I Res— Resewo!r, Lk—Lake; O!v—Olvers!on
R—fllvec
Cr—Creek, Fk—Fnrk, L&D—Lock & Oam, GIWW--GUII
Structure, PS—Pump StatlOn
2 F—Flood
Control,
N—Navlgat! on, P—Hydropower,
I—lrrlga bon, M—Munlc! pal and{or
Induslr!al
Waterl Supply, C—Fish
Augmentabonor
Pollu[lon Abatement, 0—Oual#ty QrSllt Control.
‘t PL— Publlc Law, HO—House Oocument, RHA—Rtver & Harbor Act, PW—Publ)c Works: FCA—Flood Control Act, WSA—Waler
[47
1110-2-240
Change 1
30 Apr 87
and
kcres
Auth Ieg!s 1
Upper
Lower
552 C
510(
791 (
699 (
1,908[
1 836[
636 [
592 [
2,763 f
2,726 (
451 (
415(
443.:
414C
1,162.(
30,700
21990
3,220
1,310
12,7oo
5:440
56,6oo
29,460
7,640
5,340
7,680
5,993
17,230
4,980
14,010
21,990
12,320
1,310
0
5,440
3
29,460
1,120
5,340
1,335
59931
996
4980
700
4,610
1644
42,700
114,500
14,500
10,740
7,115
16,960
13,610
24,400
74,040
3,623
3,823
13.610
40
11,460
I Lower
149(
4,776:
4,746 Z
599 [
542 (
236 [
__<
PL 75-761
FCA 1941
PL 87-874
HO 591-82-2
PL 77-228
PL 75-761
PL 74-738
PLB7-674
HO 88-71
PL 85-500
HD 170-85-1
PL 63-780, HO 53581-2
HO 961-76-1.
PL 83-760
H0602-79-2
PL83-7B0
11,460
200 (
0
13,690
10,190 HD 563-87
714(
10190
1,430
657 (
11,830
6,430
PL 83-780
622 (
496 (
6,430
0
43,070
PL 77-226
915(
52,250
43,070
881 (
27,300
FCA 1936
12,900 RHA 1946
632 (
20,800
594 !
7,370
12,900
617(
88,OOO PL 75-761
144.000
41,000
590 [
88,000
901 !
11,740
2.660 HO 440-76-1
896 ;
2,660
1,720
2,107
1,453 PL 85-500
6230 [
0[
1,453
0
0 PL 83-780
3,945[
4,806
4550
19,440
7,270 PL 83-780
7,240
3700
0 HO 535-61-2
15000
9514
10,100 PL 88-253
10,100
9100
630
49,820
5330
23,560
PL 77-226
4250
23,560
475 HD 390-76-1
4746
23,070
5,000 PL 75-761
119,700
2200
20,300
PL 79-526
1800
20,300
0
I__
__ . ..-.[
FG— Floodgate
CS—Control
Structure OS—Drainage
Wlldljfe
Supply Act
June 25, 19871
Area Ir
Consewatlon,
R—Recreation
A—Low
Flow
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