Missouri River Flood 2011 Vulnerabilities Assessment Report, Volume II-Technical Report   [open pdf - 9MB]

From the Abstract: "The purpose of this report is to present results of evaluations, assessments, and repairs that have been done, will be done, or still need to be done for facilities and infrastructure that are under Corps of Engineers jurisdiction or responsibility. It is a snapshot in time, as some evaluations and assessments are yet to be completed, but this effort provides an overall picture of immediate and longer term needs to bring flood risk management on the Missouri River to its fullest potential. In the near term, repair of facilities damaged during the flood is our priority effort. Other actions will be necessary to restore many features of reservoir and river corridor infrastructure to their originally designed, or intended, level of function. And in the long term, enhancements can be made subject to feasibility, authority and funding, that will increase the flood risk reduction capability of federal and non-federal infrastructure and related governance in the Missouri basin."

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