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Title: Brush Creek & Tributaries, Missouri & Kansas, A Feasibility Report on Flood Damage Reduction : Main Report & Environmental Impact Statement
Authors: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Kansas City District
Keywords: Kansas City (Kan.)
Kansas City (Mo.)
Flood control
Environmental protection
Environmental management
Publisher: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Kansas City District.
Abstract: The Kansas City Metropolitan Region experienced localized heavy rainfall beginning on 12 September 1977 and by 13 September experienced flooding of catastrophic proportions. Total damage in the region was estimated at about $100 million and 25 lives were lost. Heaviest hit was the Brush Creek basin, especially that part which lies in Kansas City, Missouri. The Kansas City District, Corps of Engineers, was asked to study the flooding problem in the basin to see if solutions, either Federal or non-Federal, were possible that would lessen future flood damage and loss of life. This report documents the study which was begun shortly after the 1977 flood.
Description: Environmental Impact Statement
Rights: Approved for Public Release; Distribution is Unlimited
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