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June 2011 CBP Hydrology Report for Border Wall Sections O-1 O-2 O-3

June 2011 CBP Hydrology Report for Border Wall Sections O-1 O-2 O-3

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June 2011 report commissioned by Customs and Border Protection regarding the potential impacts of border walls in the Rio Grande floodplain on the towns of Roma, Rio Grande City, and Los Ebanos
June 2011 report commissioned by Customs and Border Protection regarding the potential impacts of border walls in the Rio Grande floodplain on the towns of Roma, Rio Grande City, and Los Ebanos

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PF 225 Phase IIDraftDrainage ReportFence Segments O1, O2, O32-D Hydraulic Analysis of theRio Grande Floodplain
Starr County and Hidalgo County, TXContract No.
June 2011
Prepared for 
Department of the ArmyEngineering & Construction Support OfficeUnited States Army Corps of EngineersFort Worth, TX
Prepared by:
Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
Phoenix, Arizona
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PF 225 Phase IIDraftDrainage ReportFence Segments O1, O2, O32-D Hydraulic Analysis of theRio Grande Floodplain
 Prepared ForDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT OFFICEUNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERSFORT WORTH, TX
Prepared ByMichael Baker Jr., Inc.2929 North Central Avenue, Suite 800Phoenix, AZ 85012(602) 279-1234June 2011PROJECT NO. 112319
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TABLE OF CONTENTSSECTION TITLE PAGE NO.1.0
 
INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE .................................................................................. 1
 
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LOCATION ........................................................................................................................ 1
 
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SITE DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................... 2
 
4.0
 
FEMA FLOODPLAIN CLASSIFICATION ...................................................................... 2
 
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HYDROLOGIC ANALYSIS ............................................................................................. 3
 
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FLO-2D HYDRAULIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT ........................................................ 3
 
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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION ......................................................................................... 4
 
7.1
 
F
ENCE
S
EGMENT
O-1 ................................................................................................4
 
7.2
 
F
ENCE
S
EGMENT
O-2 ................................................................................................5
 
7.3
 
F
ENCE
S
EGMENT
O-3 ................................................................................................7
 
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CONCLUSIONS................................................................................................................. 8
 
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REFERENCES ................................................................................................................... 8
 
LIST OF TABLESTable 1A. Segment O1: Comparison of Maximum Water Surface ElevationsTable 1B. Segment O1: Deflection CalculationsTable 2A. Segment O2: Comparison of Maximum Water Surface ElevationsTable 2B. Segment O2: Deflection CalculationsTable 3A. Segment O3: Comparison of Maximum Water Surface ElevationsTable 3B. Segment O3: Deflection CalculationsLIST OF EXHIBITSExhibit 1A. Segment O1: Two-Dimensional Modeling FeaturesExhibit 1B. Segment O1: Proposed Condition Water Surface ElevationsExhibit 1C. Segment O1: Increase in Water Depth (Proposed – Existing)Exhibit 1D. Segment O1: Direction of Maximum Discharge (Existing Condition)Exhibit 1E. Segment O1: Direction of Maximum Discharge (Proposed Condition)Exhibit 2A. Segment O2: Two-Dimensional Modeling FeaturesExhibit 2B. Segment O2: Proposed Condition Water Surface ElevationsExhibit 2C. Segment O2: Increase in Water Depth (Proposed – Existing)Exhibit 2D. Segment O2: Direction of Maximum Discharge (Existing Condition)Exhibit 2E. Segment O2: Direction of Maximum Discharge (Proposed Condition)
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