This report presents the results of both a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the drainage problems associated with the South Branch, Upper Carmack watershed. Also included is an economic assessment of the damage potential associated with three distinct storm events.
This report documents the existing drainage conditions related to Silverbell Trails Estates roadways and 100-year flow depths and includes qualitative and quantitative analyses of the existing hydrologic and hydraulic conditions.
The purpose of this study is to determine the hydrologic and hydraulic impacts of the Aspen Fire of the summer of 2003 on the Sabino Canyon and Carter Canyon watersheds, which are in the vicinity of the Town of Summerhaven, located on Mount Lemmon in the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona.
A detailed hydraulic analysis of Idle Hour Wash for the purpose of preparing a Letter of Map Revision.
This study was developed to identify the resources and applicable methodology for the delineation of primary flood corridors.
Work maps for the Mission Wash floodplain. Highlighted photographs show the floodplain limits and watersheds.
The purpose of this study is to develop a physical, process-based hydrologic model for the Finger Rock Wash watershed. A HEC-1 model was developed to estimate the 100-year discharge rate.
The purpose of the Phase I study is to evaluate existing drainage conditions and to identify alternative flood control/floodplain management strategies which warrant further consideration.
This request for a Physical Map Revision is for a reach of Camino de Oeste Wash from Foret Road to Camino De Oeste Road. This PMR is to reflect improved topographical data available subsequent to the Flood Insurance Study of this area, and to establish base flood elevations for the floodplain.
Historically, Pima County has recorded several residential concerns, detailing this area as a reach of wash with severe flooding problems. The purpose of this report is to present the engineering analyses of four alternative remedial flood-control measures.
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