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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma. Red River Valley Association 16 th Annual Regional Water Resource Conference November 17 th , 2010 Wichita Falls, TX. USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma. Update of NRCS Activities in Oklahoma. USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma. Farm Bill Activities. USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma.

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usda nrcs oklahoma
USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

Red River Valley Association

16th Annual

Regional Water Resource Conference

November 17th, 2010

Wichita Falls, TX

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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

Update of NRCS

Activities in Oklahoma

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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

Farm Bill Activities

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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

Planning

  • 3 sites complete
  • Total Planning Funds - $ 490,000
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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

Construction

  • 7 sites funded for construction
  • Regular Funding $ 836,100
  • Stimulus Funding $7,545,000
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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

Repair

  • 12 projects in Red River Valley
  • Stimulus Funding $1,259,000
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USDA – NRCS - Oklahoma

EWP

  • 2 events in Red River Valley
  • 3 Counties
  • $1.35 million total
a tale of two dams
A Tale of Two Dams
  • Acknowledgements
    • Oklahoma Conservation Commission
      • Mark Harrison, Information Officer, OCC
        • The True Cost of Unrestrained Development
    • Watershed Sponsors
      • Kingfisher and Logan County Conservation Districts
    • NRCS Planning and Design Staffs
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  • What is a Design Engineer to do?
    • Can’t go up with the dam
    • Can’t go wider with the Auxiliary Spillway
    • Cost prohibitive to go over the top
    • Decommission (remove the dam)
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Cavalry Creek Site 6

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Auxiliary Spillway Crest

Embankment

Principal Spillway Crest

SedimentPool

Inlet

Principal Spillway Conduit

Slide gate

(Valley Floor Drain)

Natural Ground

Cross-Section of Typical Floodwater Retarding Structure

Sediment storage prevents loss of detention capacity for life of structure

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Auxiliary Spillway Crest

AeratedSediment

Embankment

Principal Spillway Crest

Inlet

SedimentPool

Principal Spillway Conduit

Slide gate

(Valley Floor Drain)

Natural Ground

Cross-Section of Typical Floodwater Retarding Structure

Aerated Sediment accounts for sediment accumulation in the Detention Pool

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Auxiliary Spillway Crest

Detention Pool

AeratedSediment

Embankment

Principal Spillway Crest

Inlet

SedimentPool

Principal Spillway Conduit

Slide gate

(Valley Floor Drain)

Natural Ground

Cross-Section of Typical Floodwater Retarding Structure

Detention storage is the functioning portion of the lake

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Freeboard Storage

Auxiliary Spillway Crest

Detention Pool

AeratedSediment

Embankment

Principal Spillway Crest

Inlet

SedimentPool

Principal Spillway Conduit

Slide gate

(Valley Floor Drain)

Natural Ground

Cross-Section of Typical Floodwater Retarding Structure

Freeboard or “surcharge” storage accounts for depth of flow in the spillway

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  • What’s the Design Engineer to do here?
    • Can’t go up with the dam
    • Can’t go wider with the Auxiliary Spillway
    • Can go down, utilize the sediment pool
    • Can go to court
a tale of two dams conclusions
A Tale of Two Dams - Conclusions
  • There are 2107 Small Flood Control Dams in Oklahoma
  • Development will continue
  • These issues must be resolved to keep the dams safe, thereby continuing to provide protection to the citizens of Oklahoma
  • There is a “True Cost of Unrestrained Development”