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Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Sediment Studies for the Meiners Oaks and Live Oak Levees - DRAFT Report
U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Technical Service Center
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UC Riverside, Library, Water Resources Collections and Archives
Clearinghouse for Dam Removal Information (CDRI)
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Scope/Content: Abstract: The Sedimentation and River Hydraulics Group of the Denver Technical Service Center US Bureau of Reclamation was requested by the Los Angeles District of the Army Corp of Engineers to complete a hydrology, hydraulics, and sedimentation study to support the design and/or improvement of two levees located along the Ventura River, Ventura, CA. The levee improvements are being constructed as part of the Matilija Dam Ecosystem Restoration Project to mitigate flood impacts from the project.
Scope/Content: Dam type: arch
Scope/Content: Dam type: concrete
Scope/Content: Reservoir size: <500 acre-ft. Height: 198 ft. Length: 620 ft.
Scope/Content: Date constructed: 1947.
Sediment and channel dynamics
Dam retirement
Ventura River, CA
Matilija Dam
United States

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