California Moves to Repair Oroville’s Damaged Spillways While Analyzing Causes of Failures

Calaveras Dam Spillway Completed

Work Begins on Control Structure for Folsom Dam Auxiliary Spillway

Construction Begins on Next Phase of Canton Lake Auxiliary Spillway Channel

Dams: Rock Faulting Leads to Spillway Redesign

Dam Safety: Report Cites Monitor Problems, Notes Lack of Spillway in Missouri Dam Beach

Dams: Plan to Restore Salmon Calls for Removable Spillway Weirs

Water Resources: Albuquerque Begins Work on Water Diversion and Treatment Project

Big Screen Debut
The Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District (GCID) encompasses nearly 150,000 acres (60,700 ha) of prime agricultural land in California's Sacramento Valley, generally considered...

Mississippi Diversion
The $103-million Davis Pond freshwater diversion project in coastal Louisiana will divert up to 10,650 cfs (300 m³/s) of Mississippi River water to the Barataria Bay Estuary through four...

Resolving the Water Wars: The Compacts Between Alabama, Florida, and Georgia
(No paper) Several water supply proposals on behalf of Georgia have caused a water rights ?war? which pits Alabama and Florida against Georgia in the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint...

Water Resource Systems and Modeling of the Lower Virgin River Using EXCEL
(No paper) The first objective of this study was to determine the availability of water at the confluence of the Halfway Wash and the Virgin River and to simulate the diversion of river...

Stepwise Flood Routing for Gated Reservoirs and Conjunctive Optimization of Hydroelectricity Income with Flood Losses
A six-stage operation policy for routing of flood hydrographs of return periods from 1.01 year up to the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) for dams having gated spillways is suggested. The...

Over the Top Concrete
The 60-year-old Tongue River Dam in southeastern Montana is undergoing extensive dam safety and reservoir enlargement modifications. Major features of the project include a 60,000 cfs...

When the Levee Inflates
Rubber dams—long, flexible tubes, anchored to a concrete base and abutments and inflated with air or water—have been used since the 1950s, but installations have risen as technology has...

Interstate Mediation As an Alternative to Litigation: Resolving Illinois' Lake Michigan Diversion Dispute

Energy Losses on a Roller Compacted Concrete Stepped Spillway

Tests of a Siphon-Shaft Spillway with Cylindrical Hoods

Performance of a Stilling Basin with Partially Short Walls

Walking a Tight Rope between Developers and Bananas: County Watershed Management Regulations Versus State and Local Regulations





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