Title: Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Navigational Provisions
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Title: Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Navigational Provisions
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Abstract: Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Navigational Provisions
General Note: Box 8, Folder 4 ( Vail Conference, 1994 - 1994 ), Item 20
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KRR: NAVIGATIONAL PROVISIONS
NAVIGATIONAL NAVIGATIONAL NAVIGATIONAL
ERA DEPTH ROUTE ASSURANCE

1902-1960's a 3 FT AT NORMAL RIVER CHANNEL FUNCTION OF WATER
WATER LEVELS AVAILABILITY
1960-PRESENT a 3 FT (LEGAL) CANAL AND LOCKS CONTINUOUS,
S + FT (ACTUAL) LIMITED BY SCHEDULE
AT LOCKS
RESTORATION
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TYPE I 3 FT CONTINUOUS RIVER CHANNEL. CONTINUOUS,
MODIFICATION b CANAL, AND LOCKS LIMITED BY SCHEDULE
WEIRR PLAN, PLUG AT LOCKS, RIVER
PLAN, BACKFILLING I) CHANNEL USED WHEN
CANAL IS BLOCKED
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TYPE II 3 FT AT NORMAL RIVER CHANNEL FUNCTION OF WATER
MODIFICATION c WATER LEVELS (CANAL AND AVAILABILITY ALONG
BACKFILLINGG II) LOCKS) 50-70% OF ROUTE.
(CANAL SECTIONS:
CONTINUOUS LIMITED
BY SCHEDULE AT
LOCKS)


a. NAVIGATION AUTHORIZATION OF 1902 BY CONGRESS
b. MAY NOT REQUIRE CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL
c. WOULD REQUIRE CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL







KISSIMMEE RIVER RESTORATION PROGRAM
ASPECTS OF TECHNICAL STUDIES


DEFINED GOALS AND CRITERIA

IDENTIFIED CONSTRAINTS AND IMPACTS

DEVELOPED A RANGE OF ALTERNATIVE PLANS

EVALUATED ECOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF PLANS

ASSESSED WATER QUALITY ISSUES

EVALUATED FLOOD CONTROL PERFORMANCE OF PLANS

EVALUATED SEDIMENTATION AND CONSTRUCTION FEASIBILITY

EVALUATED CHANGES IN NAVIGATION PROVISIONS

EVALUATED LAND ACQUISITION REQUIREMENTS

CONDUCTING COSTS AND ECONOMIC EVALUATIONS

ASSESSMENTS BY A PEER REVIEW TEAM


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