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Irma's wrath: most St. Thomas residents to be powerless for months

5 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Irma downs more than 90% of the island's power lines, fresh water running out. The Army Corps of Engineers is stepping in to help.        

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Whittier Narrows Dam is unsafe and could trigger catastrophic flooding

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has determined that the earthen Whittier Narrows Dam is unsafe and could trigger catastrophic flooding in working-class cities along the San Gabriel River flood plain downstream between Pico Rivera and Long Beach. The agency is developing measures to address significant...

US troops saving the world

Military Times reports that thousands of US troops are deployed to hurricane-ravaged areas in the wake of Irma; The Army has positioned more than 16,700 soldiers as well as civilians from the Army Corps of Engineers in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and continental United States to assist with recovery efforts in the wake […]

Leadership needed on riverbed homeless

The explosion of homelessness on the Santa Ana River Trail — a responsibility of the County of Orange by agreement with the Army Corps of Engineers — is a disgrace, and nothing short of a complete failure of leadership by the sheriff and whoever is running day-to-day operations. A responsible leader would simply say, “The […]

Mississippi River closed to vessel traffic near St. Louis after lock damage: Army Corps

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Mississippi River was closed to vessel traffic after cracks were found in a gate at the Melvin Price Lock and Dam just north of St. Louis, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said on Thursday.

As Officials Attempt To Protect Dams, More Houston Neighborhoods Deal With Flooding

The Army Corps of Engineers has been releasing water from reservoirs in hopes of preventing dam collapse.

Reservoirs and Dams Under Tremendous Strain

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Tens of thousands of homes are under threat due to the record rainfall in Texas, as the Army Corps of Engineers sends water downstream to relieve pressure on dams.

Coast Guard Updates on Conditions at Ports Impacted by Harvey

The U.S. Coast Guard along with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas General Land Office have provided on update on current port conditions set within the effected areas of Hurricane Harvey and surrounding areas of the Gulf of Mexico. Show More Summary

Geologist will upgrade monitoring of Greenland glacier critical to sea-level rise

(University of Kansas) A $569,000, three-year grant from the Heising-Simons Foundation will enable Leigh Stearns and researchers from the US Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, to install a second glacier-monitoring LiDAR system.

NWTF Partnerships Improve 12 Access Sites on Lake Ray Roberts

In Texas, an NWTF partnership with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has now improved 12 access sites. This post NWTF Partnerships Improve 12 Access Sites on Lake Ray Roberts appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Army Begins Releasing Water From 2 Houston Dams, Flooding Thousands Of Nearby Homes

The US Army Corps of Engineers began releasing water into the Buffalo Bayou - the main body of water running through Houston - from two flood-control dams whose water level has risen too rapidly, a move that will flood thousands of nearby homes. Show More Summary

Release of reservoir water could affect thousands in Houston area

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Move by Army Corps of Engineers was to protect downtown Houston, but homes near Barker and Addicks reservoirs may experience flooding.        

US Army Corps of Engineers to release water from two Houston-area dams: statement

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is starting to release water from two Houston-area reservoirs, which will cause flooding of homes in the surrounding communities, because the reservoirs have risen too quickly due to Tropical Storm Harvey, the agency said in a statement. The Corps of Engineers said...

"In Houston, reservoirs swollen by rain from Hurricane Harvey were opened early Monday, a move that was expected to flood more homes..."

"... but one that the Army Corps of Engineers says is needed to limit the scope of the disaster that's threatening lives and property in Texas," NPR reports."If we don't begin releasing now, the volume of uncontrolled water around the dams will be higher and have a greater impact on the surrounding communities," said Col. Show More Summary

Hurricane Harvey Brings Catastrophe To Texas

3 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

Reservoirs swollen by rain from Hurricane Harvey were opened early Monday, a move that was expected to flood more homes — but one the Army Corps of Engineers says is needed to limit the disaster.

COLLUSION: Judicial Watch files lawsuit for communications with environmental groups on Dakota Acce…

COLLUSION: Judicial Watch files lawsuit for communications with environmental groups on Dakota Access pipeline. Judicial Watch announced on Wednesday it filed suit against the Department of Defense and Army Corps of Engineers, seeking...Show More Summary

Lawsuit targets federal oversight of shellfish farming

A national food group is suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, alleging it is allowing commercial shellfish aquaculture to expand in Washington state without adequate environmental scrutiny. The Center … Click to Continue »

Arkansas Partnership Sweeps Away Debris in Norfork Lake

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff teamed up with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove dangerous debris left from spring floods. This post Arkansas Partnership Sweeps Away Debris in Norfork Lake appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Corps of Engineers employee charged in deputy's death

An employee with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been charged in the death of a South Carolina sheriff's deputy who was thrown from a boat during a training … Click to Continue »

Army Corps of Engineers worker charged in deputy's death

An employee for the Army Corps of Engineers is charged in the death of a South Carolina sheriff's deputy who drowned during a training exercise. The S.C. Department of Natural … Click to Continue »

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