Accession Number : ADA140671

Title :   Water Resources Investigation. St. Louis Metropolitan Area, Missouri and Illinois. Maline Creek, Missouri Survey Report. Volume 2. Appendices.


PDF Url : ADA140671

Report Date : Sep 1980

Pagination or Media Count : 613

Abstract : This report recommends an environmentally designed, outdoor recreation-oriented solution to the flooding problems along Marine Creek. Maline Creek is best described as an urban storm sewer. The stream's natural features have been essentially eliminated by intense urbanization. The 25 square mile study area is located from the Lambert St. Louis International Airport, eastward through urbanized St. Louis County and the city of St. Louis, Missouri, to the Mississippi River. The object of this study is to identify comprehensively all alternative options and to recommend a solution to the problems normally associated with urban stormwater sewers such as; flooding; streambank erosion; lack of outdoor recreation; and, environmental degradation. List of appendices: Problem Identification; Formulation, Assessment and Evaluation of Detailed Plans; Public View and Responses; Hydraulics and Hydrology; Design and Cost Estimates; Recreation and Fish and Wildlife Resources; Social and Cultural Resources; Economics; Endangered Species; Clean Water Act (Section 404).

Descriptors :   *Flood control, Missouri, Streams, Environments, Hydrology, Resources, Surveys

Subject Categories : Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy
      Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
      Civil Engineering

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE