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SBI-TI May 2009


Project: IPT
PF 225 and VF 300
Border Fence Projects
Technical IPT

Final Report

California, Arizona,
New Mexico and Texas

Submitted to:
SBI
And
DEPARTMENT OF ARMY
Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers
Prepared by
Fort Worth, Texas

Michael Baker Jr., Inc.


Phoenix, Arizona

Not for Construction


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Executive Summary
On the afternoon of July 12, 2008, a severe monsoon resulted in significant flooding in
the area around Lukeville, Arizona. Shortly after the storm, the Associated Press
published an article titled “Border Fence Design Gets a Second Look.” That article
described the flooding in Lukeville and attributed it to the pedestrian fence (PF) recently
built in the area (specifically the PF 225 segment D-2). On August 8, the National Park
Service (NPS) issued a memorandum that also attributed the flooding of July 12 to the
pedestrian fence, and, in particular, to poor drainage designs.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), with the collaboration of Michael Baker
Corp (Baker), produced an After Action Review (AAR) report that described the flood
event, why it happened, and recommended solutions (see Appendix A for a copy of the
AAR). On October 22, 2008, a “drainage summit” was held at the Border Patrol station in
Douglas, Arizona, to discuss the AAR and develop a plan for addressing the drainage
issues as well as the resulting erosion and damage to the fencing. The summit also
developed a preliminary approach to locating and correcting all other areas in which the
PF 225 or VF (vehicle fence) 300 fence has the potential of creating similar incidents or
having a high risk of flooding.

As a result of the drainage summit, an Integrated Project Team (IPT) was created to
prepare a plan to identify all the areas subject to flooding because of PF 225 fencing and
recommend solutions for mitigating. (Appendix A also includes a copy of the IPT’s
charter.). This plan does not, and was never intended to, cover the legacy fences.

The IPT found that one of the factors contributing to the flooding was the collection of
debris at fence sections built within wash areas. The debris builds-up on the fence
obstructed storm water from flowing freely across the fence, causing the water to rise and
divert from its natural flow pattern. In addition to the flooding, the debris build-up, which
sometimes reached a height of 6 feet, caused a water-fall effect on the other side of the
fence resulting in major scour and erosion problems, and increasing the likelihood that
the fence could be damaged or collapse.

The IPT further found that VF 300 fences resulted in no major drainage concerns because
of obstructions. However, it expressed concern about the scour, erosion, stability, and
longevity of the vehicle fence, and whether it could withstand high-water pressure
without being washed out. As a result, the IPT concluded that VF 300 also required
mitigation (Legacy vehicle fences are not included in the analysis and mitigation)

The IPT collected data on all the washes where the PF 225 or VF 300 fence had been
constructed (Legacy fences not included), and grouped them into three risk categories
(high, medium, and low) using hydrologic and hydraulic criteria, such as flow rates,
velocities, channel slopes, and water depth. (Appendices B and C present the list of the

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washes and their relative data; while Appendix D shows the locations of the PF 225 and
VF 300 washes) The risk categories are defined as follows:
 Category 1, Low Risk: There is little or no risk of debris collecting at the fence, or
causing any flooding, scour or erosion problems, or danger to the fence stability.
No action by IPT is anticipated.

 Category 2, Medium Risk: There may be a risk of fence failing because of


flooding hazards or debris collecting at the fence and causing floods, or scour or
erosion problems. Further analysis is required to decide whether a retrofit to the
fence is needed or if regular maintenance will suffice.

 Category 3, High Risk: There is a high risk of failure because of water pressure,
flooding, and scour or erosion problems. Removing or retrofitting the fence and
installing scour protection are required. This category also includes all of the VF
300 crossings located in a FEMA Zone A floodplain.

The IPT team validated the data, visited all the Category 2 and 3 washes (Appendix E
shows photos and site visit forms), and identified the VF washes that needed to be
permanently anchored to the ground, the PF washes that required fence retrofits, the
washes that only required scour protection, and the washes in which regular debris
removal would suffice. These washes are as follows:
 PF 225 crossings needing retrofit:
 Segment A2K – Washes J1&2 (47+09), J5 (70+50)
 Segment A2L – Washes J6 (23+48), J9 (59+24)
 Segment D2 – Washes E16, W13, E8, W17
 Segment D5A – Wash 2 (Mariposa)
 Segment D5B – Washes 10 (Las Cuevitas), 44
 Segment E2A – Wash 5 (Montezuma)
 Segment E2B – Washes M5 (BC Wash), M8 (Gringo wash), M14 (wash
33), M16 (first horseshoe), M21 (second horseshoe)
 Segment E3 – Wash M1 (Christiansen)
 Wash east of Nogales Port of Entry (POE)
 PF 225 crossings needing low water crossings (LWCs) and Rip Rap:
 Segment A2A – Wash 2
 Segment A2D – Wash 52+13, 60+57
 Segment A2F – Wash 5+44
 Segment A2J – Wash 51+75
 Segment A2N – Wash 3
 Segment D2 – Washes E19, E20, E31, E33, W1
 Segment D5A – Washes 1, 4
 Segment D5B – Washes 1, 28, 8, 9 (Barranca Honda), 26, 27
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 Segment E2A – Washes 7, 3, 6


 Segment E3 – Washes M3, M4, US2, US4, US5
 Segment I1A – Washes 3, 4
 Segment L1 – Washes 1, 4, 6
 VF 300 crossings needing permanent anchoring system and scour protection
(length of vehicle fence to be permanently anchored shown in brackets):
 Segment CV2A – Wash Y6 (180’)
 Segment DV4B – Washes 14 (150’), A (240’), 6 (270’), 8 (70’)
 Segment EV1A – Washes 6 (100’), 42 (200’), 52 (50’), 53 (100’), 55
(50’), 61 (70’)
 Segment EV1B – Wash F02 (200’)
 Segment EV2B – Wash 102 (240’)
 Segment FV1B – Washes C13 (Black draw - 450’+200’), C14 (hay
Hollow - 40’+50’+100’), C6 (Silver Creek - 300’+200’).
 Segment HV3 – Wash DA6 (50’)
 VF 300 crossings needing LWC and Rip Rap:
 Segment BV1 – Wash 100 (Pinto)
 Segment CV2 – Washes 7, 16
 Segment DV1 – Washes 6, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23
 Segment DV3A – Washes 1(San Simon Wash), 4 (Chukut Kuk)
 Segment DV4A – Washes 1, 11 (LWC only), 17, 20, 35 (LWC only), 37,
41, 42 (LWC only), 43, 44, 45, 46 (LWC only), 5, 6 (LWC only), 9 (LWC
only)
 Segment DV4B – Washes 17, 21, 9, 12
 Segment DV4C – Wash 52
 Segment DV7 – Washes 17, 35
 Segment EV1A – Washes 35, 38, 40, 45, 56, 58, 59, 60, 63, 66
 Segment EV1B – Wash F01
 Segment FV1B – Washes C17 (Cantina), C24, C4 (LWC only), C45
(LWC only), C50, C52 (LWC only), C10, C21, C5.
 Segment HV2 – Washes 4, 8
 Segment HV3 – Washes DA1, DA4
 Segment IV4 – Wash 1
 Segment JV3 – Wash 1
 All other crossings requiring future more frequent debris removal:
 Segment A2C – Washes 1+37, 16+03, 25+22, 6+95
 Segment A2D – Washes 36+35, 38+28, 39+02, 48+63
 Segment A2F – Wash 100
 Segment A2g – Washes 2, 8, 9
 Segment A2I – Washes 1+56, 16+29, 41+93, 44+41, 52+67, 7+67
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 Segment A2J – Washes E29, E30, E6, W2, W22, 3, 29, 31, 32, 40, 43,
43.5, 46, 55, 57, 58, 59, 20a, 25c, 471, 47b, 48a
 Segment D6 – Washes 1, 3, 4
 Segment E2A – Washes 1, 2, 4
 Segment E3 – Wash M2B
 Segment DV1 – Washes 7, 15
 Segment DV2 – Wash F06
 Segment DV3A – Washes 9, 12
 Segment DV4A – Washes 14, 15, 19, 29, 32, 33, 49
 Segment FV1B – Washes C20, C28
 Segment HV2 – Washes 6, 7, 9, 22
 Segment HV4 – Washes 3, 9
 Segment IV2 – Washes F02, F03, F04, F06
 Segment JV2 – Wash F01
 Segment JV1A – Wash 1
 Segment JV1B – Washes 10, 13, 16, 18.

The IPT also developed conceptual designs for pedestrian fence retrofits. These concepts
are provided in Figures F-1, F-2, and F-8 in Appendix F, with Figure F-8 showing the
recommended retrofit. Appendix F also includes concepts for anchoring vehicle fences as
alternative solutions to removing the fence (see Figures F-5, F-6, and F-7, with Figure F-
7 showing the recommended solution).

Each of the recommended concepts needs to be further developed before it can be applied
to specific wash sites. For planning purposes, the IPT proposed the following rough order
of magnitude cost estimates for construction of the recommended solutions:
1. Retrofitting PF 225 fences: $9.5 million to $12.1 million
2. Anchoring VF 300 fences: $1.8 million to 2.6 million
3. Building LWC and Riprap for PF 225: $1.2 million to $2.2 million
4. Building LWC and Riprap for VF 300: $2.2 million to $4.3 million.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary ................................................................................................................... i 


Section 1. Introduction ..............................................................................................................1 
Section 2. Categorizing Washes ................................................................................................1 
Section 3. Site Visits ...................................................................................................................3 
Section 4. Considerations ..........................................................................................................5 
PF 225 Proposed Solutions ......................................................................................................... 6 
Installation of Gates at Wash Crossings that can be Opened During Monsoon Season or
Prior to Major Storms ............................................................................................................. 6 
Retrofit Existing Fence at Wash Crossings with Removable Bollards................................... 6 
VF 300 Solutions ........................................................................................................................ 7 
Remove Existing Fence and Replace with Concrete Boulders or Tetra Pods ........................ 7 
Anchor Normandy Fences to Ground ..................................................................................... 7 
Remove Existing Fence and Replace with Widely Spaced Bollards ...................................... 8 
Remove Existing Fence Before Major Flood Events ............................................................. 8 
Rebuild Post and Rail Fences with Deeper Foundations ........................................................ 8 
Section 5. Recommendations.....................................................................................................8 
PF 225 Recommendations for High-Risk Washes...................................................................... 8 
VF 300 Recommendations for High-Risk Washes ..................................................................... 9 
Recommendations for PF 225 Medium-Risk Wash Crossings................................................. 10 
Recommendations for Other VF 300 Medium-Risk Wash Crossings ...................................... 11 
Prioritizing Criteria ................................................................................................................... 13 
Section 6. ROM Cost Estimates ..............................................................................................14 
Retrofitting PF 225 Fences ....................................................................................................... 14 
Anchoring VF 300 Fences ........................................................................................................ 15 
Building Scour Protection for 32 PF 225 Crossings ................................................................. 15 
Building Scour Protection for Approximately 62 VF 300 Crossings ....................................... 15 

Appendix A IPT Charter and After Action Review


Appendix B Wash Ranking Tables for PF 225
Appendix C Wash Ranking Tables for VF 300
Appendix D Summary
Appendix E Site Photos and Forms
Appendix F Concepts
Appendix G Rough Order of Magnitude Calculations
Appendix H Hec-Ras Models for Boulders in a Wash

   
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IPT Report
Project PF 225 AND VF 300
Department of the Army
Fort Worth, Corps of Engineers
Forth Worth, Texas
MAY 2009

Section 1. Introduction
Pedestrian fence (PF) 225 D-2 near Lukeville, Arizona, was one of the first fence
segments constructed as part of the PF 225 Program. It was constructed using the design-
build approach. Shortly after its completion, a large monsoon storm hit the area on July
12, 2008, resulting in major flooding and damages along the border. This incident was
reported in an Associated Press article that indicated “the barrier acted like a dam during
flash flood.” In addition, the National Park Service (NPS), which manages the Organ
Pipe Memorial Park that is located adjacent to the D-2 segment, raised concerns to the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
that the fence caused the flooding. At CBP’s request, USACE conducted a study to
determine whether the fence caused or contributed to the flooding. The results of that
study, including recommended solutions, were presented in an After Action Review
(AAR) report produced by the USACE. (Appendix A presents a copy of this report.)
Shortly after the AAR was completed, a drainage summit was held at the Border Patrol
station in Douglas, Arizona on October 22, 2008. That summit discussed the AAR and
developed a plan for addressing the drainage issues as well as the resulting erosion and
damage to the fencing. It also created a preliminary approach to locate and correct any
other washes in which PF 225 or vehicle fence (VF) 300 was built with a likelihood of
potentially creating similar issues.
The drainage summit further established an Integrated Project Team (IPT) to develop a
plan for identifying all of the washes most likely be subject to flooding and severe
erosion because of PF 225 and VF 300 fencing, and recommend solutions for mitigating
those situations (Appendix A also shows the IPT’s charter). This plan does not, and was
never intended to, cover the situations caused by the legacy fences.
This report describes the steps and methods that the IPT used to identify and categorize
the drainage crossings, identifies potential solutions, and proposes rough order of
magnitude (ROM) cost estimates to implement the solutions.

Section 2. Categorizing Washes


The first step in identifying the washes most susceptible to flooding and erosion was to
collect and analyze the hydrologic and hydraulic information for the washes in which PF
225 and VF 300 fence segments crossed, and group them into the following three
categories:
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 Category 1, Low Risk: There is little or no risk of debris collecting at the fence, or
causing any flooding, scour or erosion problems, or danger to the fence stability.
No action is anticipated.
 Category 2, Medium Risk: There may be a risk of the fence failing because of
flooding hazards, or because of debris collecting at the fence and causing floods
and scour or erosion problems. Further analysis is required to decide whether a
retrofit to the fence is needed or if regular maintenance will suffice.
 Category 3, High Risk: There is a high risk of failure because of water pressure,
flooding, or scour and erosion problems. Removing or retrofitting the fence and
installing scour protection are required. This category also includes all of the VF
300 crossings located in a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Zone A floodplain.
When available, the drainage designs and studies prepared for the PF 225 and VF 300
projects were thoroughly reviewed for key data pertaining to the hydrology and
hydraulics of the washes. This review covered a 100-year storm event and focused on the
following factors:
 Flow rate

 Flow velocity

 Water surface elevation

 Flow direction

 Channel slopes

 Fence type (only for VF-300)

 FEMA rating (or zone).


When this information was not available, the IPT conducted a separate hydraulic and
hydrologic (H&H) analysis for the 100-year storm event.
In order to assign the drainage crossings to one of the three categories, the IPT used a
preliminary set of “desk-top” criteria. The criteria were selected after analyzing multiple
scenarios and consisted of the following factors:
 Flow rate: Directly proportional to the risk of flooding (because water will back
up) and its capacity to contain sediments and debris. Four thresholds were
selected: 100 cfs, 500 cfs, 1000 cfs, and 3000 cfs.

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 Velocity: Directly proportional to scour and erosion and to the size of sediments
and debris the flow may contain. Three thresholds were selected: 3 fps, 5 fps, and
10 fps.
 Flow depth: Directly proportional to the amount of debris and sediments the flow
can contain and to the damages that can be caused when flooding. Three
thresholds were selected: 1 ft, 3 ft, and 5 ft.
 Channel slope: Directly proportional to the turbulence the flow can have, which
leads to more erosion, scour, debris, and sediment transport. Three thresholds
were selected: 0.2 percent, 0.5 percent, and 1 percent.
The closer the factors for each wash were to the higher thresholds, the higher the category
of the wash. Tables B-2 and C-6 (in Table 1) show how these factors are linked to the
categorization of the wash. All analysis used the 100-year storm event.
The desk-top analysis resulted in a preliminary grouping of the washes into one of the
three categories. Table 1 summarizes the various tables generated as a result of the desk-
top analysis.
Table 1. Results of Desk-Top Analysis
Table Title Location

B-1 PF 225 Washes and Data Appendix B


B-2 Criteria Table Used to Categorize Washes Appendix B
B-3 PF 225: List of Category 2 Washes Appendix B
B-4 PF 225: List of Category 3 Washes Appendix B
C-5 VF 300 Washes and Data Appendix C
C-6 Criteria Table Used to Categorize Washes Appendix C
C-7 VF 300: List of Category 2 Washes Appendix C
C-8 VF 300: List of Category 3 Washes Appendix C
D-9 Summary of Total Washes per Category and Appendix D
Location
D-10 Longitude and Latitude of Washes Appendix D

Because the desk-top analysis and subsequent categorization were based primarily on
hydraulic considerations, the IPT conducted site visits to confirm that the washes were
properly categorized and determine if the recommended retrofits and upgrades were
warranted.

Section 3. Site Visits


The desk-top analysis yielded 106 Category 2 PF 225 fence/wash crossings and 21
Category 3 PF 225 fence/wash crossings with more than 66 percent located in Arizona.

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(Appendixes B and C summarize the PF 225 and VF 300 Category 2 and 3 wash
crossings.)
All Category 2 and 3 fence/wash crossings were validated through on-site visits for the
following purposes:

 Obtain a better idea of the watershed makeup upstream of the wash crossing

 Collect basic data concerning the “as-built” conditions of the fence and grates

 Collect bed load data

 Determine the likely long-term maintenance requirements following a major


storm event and or at the end of the monsoon season

 Asses the validity of the proposed concept recommendations.


The IPT did not visit the following washes:
 All those in Category 1

 All crossings associated with segment A-1 because this segment was still under
design

 All Category 2 PF 225 crossings with flow rates below 100 cfs or velocity below
2 fps; these crossing were assumed to have no major flooding anticipated.
The site visits were conducted in the following order:
1. The washes in New Mexico and Texas (specifically PF 225 Segments I-1A and L-
1) were visited in the early stages of the fence design phase and prior to
construction; no additional site visits were warranted.

2. Naco to Douglas, Arizona, corridor (PF 225 “E” and “F” segments); these visits
were conducted on January 23, 2009; all the crossings within that corridor were
observed.

3. Lukeville to Nogales, Arizona, corridor (PF 225 “D” segments); these visits were
conducted on January 30, 2009; all crossings within that corridor were observed.

4. San Diego, California, A-2 segments; these segments were observed on February
12, 2009; all crossings of concern were visited and evaluated.

5. All vehicle fences that the IPT initially recommended be removed due to
regulatory concerns were visited in 2008 and re-visited recently, as needed.
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To facilitate the field observations, a standard data collection form was prepared for each
crossing and pre-populated with existing information, and then supplemented in the field
with additional information obtained during the site visit (such as specific grate designs
and fence type). The IPT also took photographs of each crossing visited. (Appendix E
provides copies of the data collection forms and photographs.)

Section 4. Considerations
PF 225 fencing obstructs drainage flow every time a wash is crossed. With additional
debris build-up, the International Boundary Water Commission’s (IBWC’s) criteria for
rise in water surface elevations (set at 6” in rural areas and 3” in urban areas) can quickly
be exceeded. Proposed solutions for PF 225 fence projects focus on reducing the
destructive effects of debris at fence drainage crossings. The proposed solutions would
enable drainage flow to cross the fence while minimizing the risk of flooding, scouring,
and structural failure. Those solutions also need to meet IBWC criteria. In California,
Arizona, and New Mexico, PF 225 were built outside FEMA’s floodplains, so FEMA
criteria did not apply. Some PF 225 segments in Texas, however, were planned to be
constructed in the tributary crossings of the Rio Grande and will be in FEMA floodplains.
The collection of debris in those wash crossings and their impacts on the Rio Grande
FEMA floodplains are addressed in other drainage documents and beyond the scope of
this report.

Given that the rise in water surface elevation (WSE) after the placement of VF 300
fencing typically meets IBWC’s criteria (described above), VF 300 fencing was allowed
to be constructed in FEMA floodplains. During high-flood events (monsoon season),
however, the VF 300 fence in FEMA floodplains were to be removed and relocated to an
off-site staging area. Given the low rise in WSE, VF-300 fences were allowed to remain
in place at all wash crossings permanently without violating IBWC criteria. That policy
of leaving the VF 300 fence in floodplains was not considered during the original design
phase of the fence project because of the time required to comply with FEMA’s
requirements. The IPT was further tasked to assess the flood risks associated with leaving
the VF 300 fence in FEMA floodplains during flood events. Most of the VF 300 fence
placed in drainage crossings was “Normandy style” fencing (VF-2), which is set on the
ground without a foundation. Few VF 300 segments with “rail on post” fencing (VF-1),
with 6-foot deep post foundations were constructed in the floodplains. Both style fences
typically present minimal impacts and pose a very low flood risk. Giving the lack of
schedule constraints, FEMA compliance may be achieved while keeping the VF 300
fence in the floodplains and will be addressed under a separate cover. The primary
concern with the VF 300 drainage crossings is the stability and longevity of the VF-2
fence and its ability to withstand flooding. Proposed solutions for VF-2 fencing will
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high velocities. For the remaining VF 300 fencing with foundations, the IPT considered
solutions similar to those for the PF 225.

During weekly meetings, the IPT discussed multiple potential solutions to mitigate debris
build-up along PF 225 and VF 300 fence projects. The goal of those solutions was to
alleviate debris build-up at the fence and the potential for scour and erosion during major
storm events. The solutions are briefly discussed in the following subsections.

PF 225 Proposed Solutions

Installation of Gates at Wash Crossings that can be Opened During


Monsoon Season or Prior to Major Storms

Multiple gate options were considered including swing, sluice, slide, and
retractable. The IPT compared the various types of gates using the following
factors: drainage efficiency, ease of gate operation, visual deterrence, long-term
maintenance requirements, construction and life-cycle costs, and location (see
Table F-11 in Appendix F). It concluded that retrofitting the existing fence at
wash crossings with a sluice gate (sliding vertically) was the best solution. This
concept would require the removal of existing grating or fencing, and retrofitting
with one or more vertical gates similar to the concept design depicted in Figure F-
8 in Appendix F.

The required height of the gate openings was estimated to be 4 to 9 feet, and
would be a function of the flood water elevation and wash geometry of the
applicable wash. The required width and number of gates would also be a
function of each crossing’s characteristics. When the required number of gate
openings was known, a customized vertical gate system would be fabricated and
installed at each crossing. The gates would be opened prior to monsoon or storm
events, thus providing a clear opening for the storm water and debris to flow
through the fence with minimal obstruction. Following the monsoon or storm
events, the gates would be closed. For low-to-moderate storm events, the gates
could remain in the closed position.

Retrofit Existing Fence at Wash Crossings with Removable Bollards

This concept would require retrofitting the existing fence to allow only a portion
of the fence bollards to be removable. By minimizing the height of the bollards to
be removable, operation and maintenance costs would be reduced and heavy
equipment would not be required during installation. The required height of the
removable bollards (estimated at 4 to 9 feet) would be a function of the flood
water elevation and wash geometry. Prior to installing the removable bollards, all
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existing grates would be removed. If the fence has no grate, then another retrofit
would be required to replace the bollard fence with a frame similar to a fence with
grates so that there would be clear openings behind the removable bollards. The
bollards would be removed before monsoon or storm events, thus providing a
clear opening for the storm water and debris to flow through the fence with
minimal obstruction. Following the monsoon or storm event, the bollards would
be reinstalled. For low-to-moderate storm events, the removable bollards would
remain in the closed position. The bollards would not need to be removed for
every storm event, only those with the potential for major precipitation. The
concept design is presented in Figures F-1 and F-2 in Appendix F. This option
was not as promising as the previous gate option because of the need to find a
place to store after removal and to haul the bollards.

VF 300 Solutions

Remove Existing Fence and Replace with Concrete Boulders or Tetra


Pods

These structures would be large concrete blocks strategically placed in the bed of
the main wash to stop vehicles from crossing. The IPT performed preliminary
calculations to estimate the size of a concrete cubes required to resist hydrostatic
sliding forces. Those calculations showed that each of these structures would need
to be between 8 to 12 feet, depending on the velocity of the flow. (Appendix F
shows typical images of similar structures and the IPT’s calculations.)

To determine the order of magnitude impact that the concrete blocks or boulders
would have on a water surface elevation, the IPT created a Hec-Ras Model for
two typical washes: the Cantina Wash (Segment FV-1B Wash C17) and Hay
Hollow Wash (Segment FV-1B wash C14). An analysis showed that installing
such an obstruction would cause the water surface elevation to rise to a level
higher than the limit set by IBWC (see Appendix H). In addition, the obstructions
would need to meet FEMA’s requirements and regulations for building in a
floodplain. For the above reason, the IPT does not recommend this solution.

Anchor Normandy Fences to Ground

This solution calls for installing deep concrete drilled shafts or deep embedded
metal columns connected to the existing Normandy fence. This approach would
anchor the fence in place even when it is subjected to the high pressures of storm
flows. Details of the Normandy fence and the anchoring system are shown in
Figures F-6 and F-7 in Appendix F. The IPT recommends this solution.

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Remove Existing Fence and Replace with Widely Spaced Bollards

The bollards would need to be clearly separated from each other, but not more
than 4 feet in order to stop vehicles from crossing. The bollards would also need
to be embedded into the ground to sustain the forces of the flow and the scour
depth. The footings for these bollards would likely be concrete drilled shafts to
estimated depths of 25 to 30 feet. Figure F-5 in Appendix F shows the details of
such a fence. For hydraulic and scour reasons this solution is not recommended
for high-flow Category 3 washes, but may be considered for lower Category 3
washes. This option is not operationally desirable because of the open space
between bollards.

Remove Existing Fence Before Major Flood Events

In this solution, the Normandy fence would be modified to facilitate easy and
quick removal with heavy machinery. The VF would be removed from the main
channel of the wash prior to the monsoon season or a major storm event. This
option is not operationally desirable because of the need to find a place to store
the fence after removal and the need to haul the fence, both actions are labor and
cost prohibitive.

Rebuild Post and Rail Fences with Deeper Foundations

This solution is less tamper proof then the recommended option, so it is not
operationally desirable.

Section 5. Recommendations

PF 225 Recommendations for High-Risk Washes

The IPT recommends that the existing drainage grates be removed and retrofitted
with vertical slides gate, concrete apron, and rip rap similar to the concept design
depicted in Figure F-8 in Appendix F. Table 2 summarizes the recommended
actions by order of priority.

Table 2. Recommendations: PF 225 High-Risk Washes

Flow
Fence ID Wash IDs Category Fence type direction

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Flow
Fence ID Wash IDs Category Fence type direction
Approx 500 feet
Nogales
East of Nogales
POE
POE 3 Bollards N

E-16 3 Mesh with grates S


D-2 W13 3 Mesh with grates S
E8 2 Mesh with grates S
W17 2 Mesh with grates S
E3 M1 (Christiansen) 3 Bollards with grates N
10 (Las Cuevita) 3 Bollards N
D-5B
44 3 Bollards N
D-5A 2 (Mariposa) 3 Bollards N
E2A 5 (Montezuma) 3 Bollards with grates S
M5 (BC Wash) 2 Staggered bollards N
M8 (gringo Wash) 3 Staggered bollards S
E2B M14 (Wash 33) 2 Staggered bollards N
st
M16 (1 Horseshoe) 3 Staggered bollards N
nd
M21 (2 horseshoe) 2 Staggered bollards N

A2L J6 3 Bollards with grates N


J9 3 Bollards with grates N

A2K J-1&2 (47+09) 3 Bollards with grates S


J-5 (70+50) 3 Bollards with grates N

VF 300 Recommendations for High-Risk Washes

For the very few washes with rail-on-post fence that are in high risk washes, the
IPT recommends removing the existing post foundation, post, and rail and replace
them with deep concrete shaft foundations, new posts with removable rails,
concrete aprons, and rip rap.

For the washes with Normandy fence, the IPT further recommends that the fence
be anchored as shown in Figure F-7 in Appendix F, adding concrete aprons and
RipRap. Table 3 lists the washes to be retrofitted in order of priority.

Table 3. Recommendations: VF 300 High-Risk Washes

Approximate
FEMA
Segment Crossing Category fence length to be
crossing
anchored (ft)
FV-1B C6 – Silver Creek 3 300+200 Zone A
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Approximate
FEMA
Segment Crossing Category fence length to be
crossing
anchored (ft)
C13 – Black Draw 3 450+200 Zone A
C14 – Hay Hollow 3 40+50+100 Zone A
EV2B 102 3 240 Zone A
6 3 100 Zone D
42 3 200 Zone D
52 2 50 Zone D
EV1A
53 3 100 Zone D
55 2 50 Zone D
61 3 70 Zone D
14 3 150 Zone D
A 3 240 Zone D
DV4B
6 3 270 Zone D
8 2 70 Zone D
EV1B F02 3 200 Zone B
HV-3 DA6 2 50 Zone X
CV2A Y6 2 180 Zone D
Note: Short definitions of FEMA zones: Zone A = area with 1 percent annual
chance floodplain; Zone C = areas outside the 1 percent annual chance floodplain; Zone D = areas
where flood hazards are possible, but undetermined; Zone X = areas outside the 1 percent annual
chance floodplain.

Recommendations for PF 225 Medium-Risk Wash Crossings

For PF 225 fence wash crossings that do not warrant retrofitting with the sluice
bollard gate concept design but are subjected to scour and erosion problems, the
IPT recommends the installation of Low Water Crossings (LWC) and rip rap.
Figure F-3 and F-4 in Appendix F provide details of the LWC and Rip Rap for
each flow direction.

The PF 225 fence segments and their associated wash crossings that should have
LWC and rip rap installed are summarized by order of priority in Table 4.

Table 4. Recommendations: PF 225 Medium-Risk Washes

Flow
Fence ID Wash IDs Fence type direction
A2A 2 Bollards S
A2D 52+13 Bollards with grates S
E2A 3 Bollards with grates S
A2J 51+75 Bollards with grates N
A2E 5+44 Bollards with grates S
A2D 60+57 Bollards with grates S
D5B 27 Bollards N

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Flow
Fence ID Wash IDs Fence type direction
D5A 4 Bollards N
D5B 28 Bollards with grates S
D2 E31 Mesh with grates S
E2A 7 Bollards with grates S
D2 W1 Mesh with grates S
D5B 9 (Barranca Honda) Bollards N
D5A 1 Bollards N
A2N 3 Bollards with grates N
D2 E33 Mesh with grates S
E3 US4 Bollards with grates S
E3 US2 Bollards S
E3 M4 Bollards with grates N
D5B 8 Bollards with grates N
E3 US5 Bollards S
E2A 6 Bollards with grates S
L1 4 Bollards S
D2 E20 Mesh with grates S
L1 1 Bollards S
D5B 1 Bollards N
D5B 26 Bollards N
L1 6 Bollards S
E3 M3 Bollards with grates N
D2 E19 Mesh with grates S
I1A Subbasin 3 Bollards S
I1A Subbasin 4 Bollards S

Recommendations for Other VF 300 Medium-Risk Wash Crossings

The remaining vehicle fence segments and their associated wash crossings that
should have LWC and rip rap installed are summarized in Table 5 by order of
priority.

Table 5. Recommendations: VF 300 Medium-Risk Washes

Required Flow FEMA


Segment Crossing Fence type
installation direction crossing

BV-1 100 (Pinto) LWC & RipRap Normandy N Zone A


JV3 1 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone X
DV-3A 1 (San Simon) LWC & RipRap Rail on post S Zone D
DV-3A 4 (Chukut kuk) LWC & RipRap Rail on post S Zone D
HV-2 8 LWC & RipRap Normandy N Zone X

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Required Flow FEMA


Segment Crossing Fence type
installation direction crossing

DV-7 35 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone D


FV-1B C5 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone X
EV-1A 63 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4B 12 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone D
DV-7 17 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 11 LWC Only Normandy S Zone D
FV-1B C21 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone X
HV-3 DA1 LWC & RipRap Normandy N Zone X
FV-1B C17 (Cantina) LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone X
DV-4A Basin 42 LWC Only Normandy S Zone D
EV-1A 66 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4B 17 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone D
FV-1B C50 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone X
HV-2 4 LWC & RipRap Normandy N Zone X
DV-4B 9 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone D
FV-1B C4 LWC Only Normandy N Zone D
EV-1A 60 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
EV-1B EV-1B_F-01 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 1 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
FV-1B C24 LWC & RipRap Normandy N Zone X
DV-4A Basin 9 LWC Only Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 18 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 35 LWC Only Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 20 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 46 LWC Only Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 17 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 12 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
HV-3 DA4 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone X
DV-1 14 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
EV-1A 59 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 44 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 21 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 5 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 6 LWC Only Normandy S Zone D
FV-1B C52 LWC Only Normandy S Zone X
CV-2 16 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4B 21 LWC & RipRap Rail and post S Zone D
EV-1A 56 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
CV-2 7 LWC & RipRap Rail on post S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 45 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 41 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D

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Required Flow FEMA


Segment Crossing Fence type
installation direction crossing

EV-1A 58 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D


FV-1B C45 LWC Only Normandy S Zone X
DV-4C Basin 52 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 19 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 17 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
EV-1A 38 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
EV-1A 40 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 43 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 22 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
EV-1A 45 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-1 23 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
EV-1A 35 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
FV-1B C10 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone X
DV-1 6 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
DV-4A Basin 37 LWC & RipRap Normandy S Zone D
IV4 1 LWC & RipRap Rail on post S Zone X
Note: Zones A, C, D, and Z are as defined in Table 3.

Prioritizing Criteria

The risks facing the PF 225 and VF 300 fences have the following order of
priority:

1. Obstruction to the flow

2. Risking the structural integrity of VFs

3. Scour and erosion.

To mitigate these risks, the IPT recommends implementing the following four
projects listed in their order of priorities:

1. Retrofit PF with a sluice bollard gate and add scour protection

2. Anchor the VF and add scour protection

3. Add low-water crossings to washes with PFs

4. Add low-water crossings to washes with VFs.

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Each of these projects has several segments, which are listed below in priority
order:

 Highest priority: Washes falling in FEMA Zone A

 Higher priority: Washes with high velocity and high-flow depth

 High priority: Washes with lower velocity.

Section 6. ROM Cost Estimates


The IPT calculated unit costs to install a sluice Bollard gate, anchor a vehicle
fence, and scour protection. Appendix G shows the details of the costs presented
in this section.

Retrofitting PF 225 Fences

 Retrofitting approximately 160 gates into a fence with no grates:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:
 Retrofitting approximately 359 gates into a fence with grates:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:
 Scour protection for approximately 3,800 to 4,000 feet:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:
 Mobilization/demobilization and contingency:

Min: 3% + 15% = 18%


Max: 5% + 20% = 25%
Total approximate PF 225 retrofit cost:

Min:(b) (5)
Max

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Anchoring VF 300 Fences

 Anchoring approximately 3,310 feet of Normandy fence:

Number of anchors = 3310/16 = 207


Min: (b) (5)
Max:

 Scour protection for approximately 5,500 to 6,000 feet:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:

 Mobilization/demobilization and contingency:

Min: 3% + 15% = 18%


Max: 5% + 20% = 25%
Total approximate VF 300 retrofit cost:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:

Building Scour Protection for 32 PF 225 Crossings

 Low-water crossings length:

Min length: 32 x 150’ = 4,800’


Max length: 32 x 250 = 8,000’

 Mobilization/demobilization and contingency:

Min: 3% + 15% = 18%


Max: 5% + 20% = 25%
Total approximate PF 225 crossings scour protection cost:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:

Building Scour Protection for Approximately 62 VF 300 Crossings

 Low -water crossings length:


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Min length: 62 x 150’ = 9,300’


Max length: 62 x 250 = 15,500’

 Mobilization/demobilization and contingency:

Min: 3% + 15% = 18%


Max: 5% + 20% = 25%
Total approximate VF 300 crossings scour protection cost:

Min: (b) (5)


Max:

Table 6 summarizes the costs for these recommendations.


Table 6. Summary of Costs

  Min  Max 
(b) (5)
Retrofit PF 225 fence 
Anchor VF 300 fence 
Scour protection for PF 225 crossings 
Scour protection for VF 300 crossings 
Total 

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IPT Report

APPENDIX A

IPT Charter & After Action Review


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Project Name

SBI-TI
PF-225 and VF-300 Border Fence projects
Technical IPT

Understanding of the Need

The major factor impacting the drainage across the fence is the debris. At wash crossings, the debris starts to
build up, clogging the fence openings and changing the hydraulics of the flow. This has a direct impact to
higher scour and erosion problems, as well as increase in water surface elevation due to the backwater effect.
Controlling the Debris during and after the storm event is needed in order to keep the flooding under control.

Another factor include the high pressure of the flow carrying heavy debris (i.e. waterbed rocks) and causing
the removal of the bollards from the ground and transported with the flow downstream, causing high safety
issues. The bollard fence need to have a special structural and foundation design or it must be removed from
the wash during monsoon seasons.

Deliverables/Objectives

To address the long term and short term solutions that will mitigate the drainage issues described above,
and coming up with a maintenance program to sustain the fence and the different alternatives.

Deliverables include design details of the different solutions, locations where these solutions need to be
implemented and when, requirements for a maintenance program.

Preliminary Statement of Work

The following steps describe the method used to reach a solution. Additional steps may be added pending
meeting outcomes.
Step 1: Collect all the crossings and group them into three flooding risk categories: Low, Intermediate and
High. This step include coming up with criteria and thresholds that will be used to group these crossings.
Step 2: Divide the intermediate risk crossings into two categories: High priority (currently under construction)
and Low priority (Constructed or Soon to be under construction). This step Assumes that the Low risk
crossings don’t require any action, and at high risk crossings will use a temporary fence that will be removed
during the monsoon season
Step 3: Provide a short term solution for the high priority crossings. Find a strategy or a way to implement this
solution, with its impact on the budget and construction schedule.
Step 4: Provide a long term solution for the high and low priority crossing. Find a strategy or a way to
implement this solution, with its impact on the budget and schedule of the incoming construction.
Step 5: Provide maintenance requirements for all three flooding risk categories
In Scope

- Review of hydrologic and hydraulic analysis produced for each report


- Produce criteria (non scientific) and have it approved by the IPT team. These criteria will set the
thresholds.
- Produce a typical detail for each solution.
- Include the pros and cons for each detail
- Preliminary cost estimate
- Produce meeting minutes

Known Risks
- Fences soon to be constructed may not include the proposed solutions in order to meet the deadlines
- The proposed solutions may have to be implemented after the fence is constructed (alteration to the
fence already installed)
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After Action Review (AAR)


The Monsoon Flooding Event on 12 July 2008 in
Lukeville, Arizona
And
The Effects of the International Boundary Fence
23 September 2008
US Army Corps of Engineers
(b) (6)
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After Action Review (AAR)


The Monsoon Flooding Event on 12 July 2008 in Lukeville, Arizona
And
The Effects of the International Boundary Fence
23 September 2008
Purpose
The purpose of this After Action Review is to determine the cause of the flooding in
Lukeville, Arizona on July 12, 2008 and to determine the implications of the D-2
Lukeville border fence on drainage and environmental conditions.

Introduction
On the afternoon of July 12, 2008, a severe monsoon event created flooding in the
Lukeville, Arizona area. During this event, the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
(OPCNM) recorded 1.99 inches of rainfall over a ninety (90) minute period. This event
was the first significant rainfall of the summer. Of the area along the fence involved in
the flooding, three noted locations of concern are the Lukeville Port of Entry (POE), the
Gringo Pass Store and the Sonoyta, Sonora, Mexican Port of Entry.

List of Documentation and References


1. Request For Proposal, D-2:AJO 3.1 Miles East to 2.1 Miles West of Lukeville, AZ
POE
2. Letter: Gringo Pass, Inc. July 14, 2008 to Lee Baiza, Superintendent: Organ Pipe
Cactus National Monument
3. U.S. Border Patrol: Monsoon Storm Flooding in Lukeville, Arizona Area
4. National Park Service, Effects if the International Boundary Pedestrian Fence in the
Vicinity of Lukeville, Arizona, on Drainage Systems and Infrastructure, Organ Pipe
Cactus National Monument August 2008
5. Kiewit/HNTB. Project D-2 AJO 3.1 Miles East to 2.1 Miles West of Lukeville, AZ
Poe Design Complete package: Drainage Report February 2008.
6. U.S. Border Patrol, Tucson Sector. Final Environmental Assessment for the proposed
installation, operation, and maintenance of primary pedestrian fence near Lukeville,
Arizona February 2008
7. National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service Precipitation
Analysis

Review of Documentation
The following sections are summaries of the documentation reviewed for this report.

The Request for Proposal (RFP) for D-2, Section 1.9.4. Drainage Report and its
accompanying technical appendix (Ref. 1) detailed the requirements for the contractor,
Kiewit Western Co., under Contract W912BV-07-D-2022, CQ02. The RFP had a
preliminary drainage report and a list of minimum requirements for the contractor to
perform which included 1) review of existing drainage and field verify existing wash
locations, 2) provide delineation maps, 3) determine local drainage runoff and sheet flow
conditions as they cross the fence location, 4) provide final hydraulics calculations by
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Figure 1: Watershed Delineation by Contractor (Ref. 5)


(b) (5)
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Figure 2: Watershed Delineation by Contractor (Ref. 5)


(b) (5)
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Figure 3: Watershed Delineation by Contractor (Ref. 5)


(b) (5)
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determining velocities associated with select fence type and rise in water surface
elevation, 5) provide final calculations on scour and/or long term degradation, 6) provide
details for fence wash crossing which satisfies rise in water surface elevation, 7) provide
details for protection against scour and long-term degradation, 8) show that cut fill
operation do not adversely affect the natural drainage patterns, 9) provide hydraulic
design and details for any other site drainage improvements, 10) provide final drainage
report and 11) coordinate with all applicable reviewing agencies. The included
preliminary report by Michael Baker Inc. shows a preliminary hydrologic analysis but no
analysis regarding hydraulics or scour.

A letter supplied by (b) (6) of Gringo Pass Inc to Lee Baiza, Superintendent of the
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument (Ref. 2) stated that the July 12 storm flooded the
entire Gringo Pass Store. A flood occurred last year which flooded the back of the store.
It was stated that Border Patrol vehicles were getting stuck in mud and debris.

A report by the Office of Border Patrol (OBP) on Monsoon Storm Flooding in Lukeville,
Az. (Ref. 3) details three flooding issues: 1) the Lukeville POE, 2) the Gringo Pass store
and 3) the Mexican POE. The Lukeville POE contains an atrium in the center of the
building with a dry well system that drains into a 2.5 inch dry well that takes water out of
the building proper. Contributing factors of flooding stated in the report are the building
foundation at equal grade as the atrium and the end of the drain having been covered with
earth. It was stated that the Gringo Pass store flooding was due to a combination of
construction on low elevation, obstruction of flow from vegetation on the fence gate,
concrete rubble south of the fence in the wash, the amount of rain and its intensity, and
the vegetative ground cover spread (mulch) within the drainage location. The mulch
material was removed vegetation from the placement of the border fence that was given
to the OPCNM to grind into mulch and place in the watershed. Flooding at the Mexican
Port of Entry is attributed to the structure, which is 1 ft below the existing grade, being
built in the flood plain. The contractor, the Corps of Engineers (USACE) and OBP
personnel met on site to discuss possible causes. Elevation surveys of the areas were
performed to determine the Gringo Pass store and the Mexican POE were in the
floodplain. Also, it was reasoned that the first flood of the season would produce most of
the debris. The recommendations made were 1) placement of a pressure release system
in the fence on the west side of the wash, 2) insure that the washes are channeled properly
and that debris does not build up against the fence and 3) retrofit sections of the existing
fence with a hybrid 4” bollard design to facilitate maximum water flow.

A report from the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument (OPCNM) of the Nation Park
Service (NPS) (Ref. 4) documents the July 12th event and the performance of the fence
during a flash food and the effects on the floodplains and channel morphology. The July
12 event recorded 1.99 inches of within 90 minutes based on a climate station for the
National Atmospheric Deposition Program operated by the Nation Park Service. The
location of this measurement was at the OPCNM headquarters. Another rain gage
located 1.5 miles west-northwest of the Lukeville measured 1.25 inches in 105 minutes.
The radar rainfall estimate for that day from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
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Administration (NOAA) shows the thunderstorm centered north of Lukeville, in the


vicinity of the OPCNM headquarters, with a very small region receiving rain in excess of
2.5 inches. The NPS states that the July 12th storm occurs regularly within OPCNM,
placing the reoccurrence between once every 3-5 years. NPS states that the drainage
areas delineated by the Contractor are for W13 or “Victoria Wash” and E31 or “Estes
wash” are undersized because OPCNM delineations are more accurate. United States
Geographic Survey (USGS) equations used were not applicable in areas under 1730 ft in
elevation. Mainstream flood flows were contained in flow reaching the fence however
a combination of debris flow blockage and “subsurface sediment flow” impeded by the
foundation of the fence contributed to the flooding. Documentation of water levels was
up to 7 ft above the foundation wall at W13. Blockages caused lateral flows at the fence
will a) cause scour and b) cause flow to enter different washes. The blockages at
Headquarters Wash (W1) were the cause of the Gringo Store and Lukeville POE
flooding. Ponding of water was not noticed at the fence for the July 12th storm, however
it was noticed upstream of the fence where patrol road elevations are above natural
surface elevations; in turn, vegetation change is expected in locations where water pools.
The conclusion that a) the accelerated scour will comprise the integrity of the fence b)
lateral flows will erode the patrol road and the pedestrian fence. c) Vegetation will
change which will change rainfall retention, d) riparian vegetation will change due to the
increase of sedimentation, and e) channel morphology will change over time where
channelized water will gully.

The design of the pedestrian fence was accomplishment by Kiewit with the drainage
report by HNTB (Ref. 5). The report requirements were as detailed in the RFP. Also,
design criteria included the United States International Boundary and Water Commission
(USIBWC) limit of the water surface elevation rise due to the fence for a 100-year
frequency event to 6 inches in rural areas. Security criteria includes a maximum 6” gap
between vertical members used if there are no horizontal members are used and a
maximum clear opening that would prevent someone from being able to create a 2’ by 2’
gap in the fence within a 15- minute timeframe if both vertical and horizontal members
are used for the fence. The contractor’s precipitation calculations were based on NOAA
Atlas 14 Point Precipitation Frequency Estimates at the approximate location of the
Lukeville POE. Wash crossings were determined from available topography, mapping,
and detailed site visits. Drainage area calculations were based on USGS topology,
although it was not specific on what topology was used. The 100-year peak discharge for
the washes were determined in 2 ways: 1) for sub area greater than 10 square miles,
USGS Regression equations for Arizona Region 13 were used, 2) for regions under 10
square miles, the National Resources Conservation Service NRCS method was used. The
hydraulics were performed in two parts, 1) HEC-RAS and Bentley’s FlowMaster
program was used to determine the water surface elevation of the wash prior to the gate
and 2) The head loss equation used was the USACE equation for vertical racks to
determine the increase in the water surface elevation when the flow reaches the gate. The
water surface elevation results were added to the head loss to achieve a final water
surface elevation. Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) contour mapping, aerial
photography and field surveys were used to determine wash characteristics and to model
the wash crossings. The two boundary conditions used were the 100-year peak flow rate
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determined in the hydrology analysis and normal depth. It was assumed that the gates
would be cleared prior to a flood event and no debris would be capture on the fence
which would create blockage. High Performance Turf Reinforce Mats (HPTRM) was
set downstream of the border fence to prevent scour on locations where the modeled
velocity was greater than 4 fps. The HPTRM is expected to hold up to velocities of 10
fps.

The Final Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed installation, operation, and
maintenance of primary pedestrian fence near Lukeville, Arizona February 2008 (Ref. 6)
states that “Furthermore, in most washes or arroyos, the primary pedestrian fence would
be designed and constructed to ensure proper conveyance of floodwaters and to eliminate
the potential to cause backwater flooding on either side of the U.S.-Mexico border. CBP
(U.S. Customs and Border Protection) will remove debris from the fence within
washes/arroyos immediately after rain events to ensure that no backwater flooding
occurs.”

Site Visit
A site visit of the D-2 border fence occurred on September 3, 2008. The site visit
reviewed the fence 1 mile West and 3.1 miles East from the Lukeville Port of Entry.
There had been a storm on August 26th, and the fence had not been maintained since the
storm. It was reported that there was no flooding in the Lukeville POE or Gringo Pass
Store during the August 26th storms. Three days of radar satellite imagery from NOAA
are shown in Figures 4-6. The W1 border fence location showed large debris captured at
the grate (Fig. 7), sedimentation on the approach to the fence (Fig. 8) and the HPTRM
downstream of the fence was wrapped around the post-and-rail (Fig. 9). Sedimentation
was shown just upstream of the fence (Fig. 10). Standing water was seen just
downstream on the Mexican side of the wash. Large obstructions exist just downstream
on the Mexican side (Fig. 11) W4 had a small amount of debris build up (Fig.12). The
W5 fence crossing had a pool of water at the fence (Fig 13). The fence crossings at W7,
W9 and W10 were free of debris. The fence crossing at W11 had a standing pool of
water (Fig 14). The fence crossing at W13 had debris, sedimentation and erosion
downstream of the fence with HPTRM wrapped around the downstream post-and-rail
(Fig 15-17).

Due to the reported flooded at the Lukeville POE, the AAR team investigated the
building’s office atrium. The atrium drains the roof and all of the water captured within
the atrium into three floor drains located within the atrium (Fig 18). The water drains to a
location near fence crossing E1. The end of the drain was reportedly covered at the time
of the July 12th flood but was daylighted before the site visit. The E1 fence crossing was
clean of debris during the site visit. Crossings E2-E7 were either clean of debris or had a
relatively small amount of debris. The E8 crossing, which has a tributary drainage area of
14.7 sq. mi., collected significant debris and sediment at the crossing (Fig. 19-21). The
soil was eroded around the downstream post-and-rail foundation (Fig. 22). Erosion was
seen east of the E8 fence crossing, along the upstream toe of the fence (Fig. 23). Debris
was shown at the fence crossing at E9 (Fig 24, 25). The fence crossing at E13, which has
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Figure 4. NOAA Radar Satellite for Aug 26

Figure 5. NOAA Radar Satellite for Aug 27


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Figure 6. NOAA Radar Satellite for Aug 28

Figure 7. W1 crossing.
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Figure 8. Sedimentation in the approach wash for W1

Figure 9. HPTRM wrapped around the downstream post and rail


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Figure 10: W1. Sedimentation just upstream of the fence.

Figure 11. Site W1: Pool downstream of the fence


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Figure 12. Debris at W4

Figure 13. Ponding at the W5 crossing


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Figure 14. W11 fence crossing, upstream side

Figure 15. W13 crossing, upstream side


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Figure 16. W13 crossing

Figure 17 HPTRM rapped around the fence post-and-rail downstream of fence W13
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Figure 18. Center drain at Lukeville POE building atrium

Figure 19. Debris build up at E8


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Figure 20. A closer look at the debris build up at E8

Figure 21. Sedimentation at E8


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Figure 22. Erosion at downstream side of the E8 fence crossing

Figure 23. Erosion at upstream side of the of E8/E9 crossing


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Figure 24.Sediment at E9

Figure 25. Debris at E9


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a tributary drainage area of 0.6 sq. mi., did not have any debris build up (Fig 26). E16,
which has a tributary drainage of 14.7 sq. mi., had significant debris and scour
downstream of the fence (Fig. 27-29). Gabbions and K-Rail, presumably used to support
the post and rail, were exposed by the 3-4 foot downstream scour hole. Sedimentation
was evident on the patrol road. Wash crossing E29, which has a drainage of 0.6 sq mi,
had debris build up of tree branches, vegetative material and sedimentation (Fig. 30). The
fence crossing the E30 wash shows significant erosion on its west side on the upstream
side of the fence likely due to lateral flow along the fence (Fig. 31). Debris clogging is
also evident. E31 captured debris at the wash crossing and west along the wire mesh of
the fence (Fig. 32,33)

Analysis
As stated, the July 12th storm accumulated 1.99 in of rain within 90 minutes. This
amount of rain for that short of duration according to NOAA 14 point precipitation
frequency estimates for the Organ Pipe National Monument classifies it between 10-year
and a 25-year storm. The highest volume of recent rainfall for a day is approximately the
2.5 inches which occurred from 0500 26 August to 0500 27 August, Mountain Standard
Time (MST). This amount can be substantiated by the gage recording at the Organ Pipe
Cactus Nation Monument rain gage, which preliminary records show 2.62 inches 24 hour
period ending 27 August 2008. NOAA 1- Day Precipitation for 12 July 2008 0500 MST
to 13 July 2008 500 MST are shown in Figure 34. The design for the pedestrian fence is
based on a 100-year, 24-hour frequency storm. The contractor used an adequate data
source to determine 100-year 24-hour storm.

Under the conditions of these two storms, the border fence is shown ineffective to allow
large debris material to pass. Even after the clearing of “first flush debris” of the
watershed on July 12th, there was still significant amount of debris found on the wash
crossings with large tributary drainage areas from the storm on August 26th. With the
large debris in the fence, sediments and vegetation are less likely to pass through, and in
turn, can accumulate with large debris and clog the lower portion of the fence (see figure
19). The obstruction can cause backwater effects, lateral flows along the fence,
flows flowing over the crest of the debris which may cause significant vortex forces at
the downstream footing of fence, which would lead to scour, endangering the structural
integrity of the fence. The backwater can cause sediment and vegetation to settle out of
the flow before the fence. Lateral flows can cause scour along the upstream side of the
fence, and allow flow to pass the fence at another wash location.

The contractor, in the design of the fence, considers the obstruction of the fence in the
wash contributing to head loss of a 100-year storm, however, does not include debris
collected during the storm in their calculation of the rise of the water surface elevation
due to the fence. The design addresses this on page 10 of the Design Complete package
Drainage Report: Kiewit HNTB:
“The fence design permits the passage of flows with minimal effects upstream of the
International Boundary resulting from flows backing up behind the fence. This is true
with the assumption that and debris caught on the fence during a storm event will be
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Figure 26. E13 Wash Crossing

Figure 27. Downstream scour at E16 crossing.


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Figure 28. Debris captured at E16

Figure 29. Debris captured at E16


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Figure 30. Debris at Wash E29 Crossing

Figure 31. Erosion east of E30 wash crossing


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Figure 32. Debris at E31

Figure 33. Debris remaining west of E31 crossing


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Figure 34. NOAA observed precipitation on July 12th rainstorm

cleared by the Border Portal or designated maintenance personnel within a reasonable


timeframe. Debris left in place causing significant blockage of flow area could cause an
eventual backwater rise beyond those calculated in this report.” The RFP drainage
report does not explicitly state that debris calculations will be performed or considered
when determining the rise in elevation due to the placement of the fence.

It does not appear that the vegetative material collected at the fence was mulch. There is
no confirmation on the report by the Office of Border Patrol stating the vegetative
material from the construction of the border fence was turned into mulch and deposited
within the watershed.

The HPTRM showed to be ineffective at the fence crossing W1 and W13. Both are large
washes where respective tributary drainage areas are greater than 1 sq. mi. The HPTRM
was caught in the downstream post-and-rail fence and likely add to the obstruction of
flow and backwater effects. It is unknown whether the failure was due to poor installation
or unanticipated flow conditions. There is scour on the downstream side of W13, E8, and
E16.

Scour at the footing on the upstream side of the fence can be seen through inspection at
E8 and E30. Scour at those sites likely incurred due to significant lateral flows. Lateral
flows traveled beyond the grate design area and into areas which only contained mesh
wire, as shown at fence crossing E30 and E31, which indicates the design did not account
for flows within that area (Fig 30, 32).

The OPCNM Report has stated that the flows on July 12th at fence crossing at W13
reached up to 7 feet from the toe of the fence. According to Contractor’s report, the 100-
year storm at W13 will reach 4.59 feet above the toe.
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There were some instances of pooling of water in some site west of Lukeville (W1, W5,
W11). The pooling of water can be attributed to a difference in grade between the
downstream Mexican and border fence. It is unknown where this difference existed in
the past and pooling was common in these areas. Requirements by the RFP state that the
contractor will provide details for preventing ponding of water at the fence.

The memo prepared by (b) (6) for Gringo Pass Inc. stated that this years flooding in
the store was worst than last year. It is presumed that the post-and-rail fence was the only
erected obstruction last year. No information is available on the volume and duration of
last year’s storm. The Gringo Store is close to the fence crossing wash W1, and the
pedestrian fence was likely responsible for capturing more debris at the crossing than in
years past. The comparable storm on August 26th did not cause the same flooding in the
in the region. One important change was 120 feet of the east side W1 berm was raised 3
feet to protect the store from flooding. The store did not incur flooding on August 26th. It
is unknown if a 25-year storm alone would have flooded the area in the same manner; the
Gringo Pass Store does lie in the 100-year flood plain, but it is unknown if it lies in a 25-
year or 10-year floodplain.

The Lukeville POE flooding on July 12th could have been caused in part by the W1
backwater effects. The blockage of the atrium drain was responsible for the building’s
internal flooding. The subsequent storm on August 26th did not cause flooding in the
area. It is assumed that the berm as well as the clearance of the drain prevented flooding.

The language in the Final EA states “Furthermore, in most washes or arroyos, the
primary pedestrian fence would be designed ad constructed to ensure proper conveyance
of floodwaters and to eliminate the potential to cause backwater flooding on either side of
the U.S.-Mexico border. CBP will remove debris from the fence within washes/arroyos
immediately after rain events to ensure that no backwater flooding occurs.” Most of the
major washes here, according to the contractor’s HEC-RAS simulation, are subcritical
flows, therefore, an increase in height at the fence is propagated upstream. Under the
USIBWC, the fence can increase the water surface elevation at the fence at 3 inches in
urban area and 6 inches for rural areas. Conceivably, these 3 and 6 inch criteria may not
cause backwater effects if it does not cause the flow to enter the floodplain. If the flow is
out of the floodplain, then the 3 and 6 inches increase at the fence may increase the
flooding. Therefore, under certain conditions, the 3-6 inch allowable criteria are contrary
to the EA criterion of no backwater flooding.

Conclusion

It is unknown whether the fence was a major factor impacting the flooding at the Gringo
Pass Store and the Lukeville POE. Under the conditions of the August 26th storm the
Gringo Pass Store did not flood. The three foot rise of the berm on the east side of W1
likely helped prevent the flooding from occurring. The Lukeville POE, with the berm
being raised and the end of the atrium drain being cleared helped the building from being
flooded.
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The larger washes, where the tributary drainage area at the fence crossing is greater than
1 sq. mi., showed many instances of debris, sediment and vegetation being captured in
the border fence. The debris at W13 is likely causing an increase in the water surface
elevation at the fence which is greater than the 100-year elevation. Therefore, the rise in
the water surface elevation is possibly greater than the 6 inches permitted by the
USIBWC design criteria. Another possibility of the unexpected rise of the water surface
elevation at the fence could be in the discrepancy in the tributary drainage area between
the results from the Contractor and the NPS report. The Contractor estimate of 2,839
acres is 774 acres less than NPS estimate of 3,613 acres. There is not enough data at the
other sites which experienced significant debris blockage to determine if those sites did
not meet the USIBWC criteria.

The contractor did not consider blockage of the debris in calculations of the rise in water
surface elevation from existing to proposed conditions, which, depending on the severity,
can increase the water surface elevation at the location of the fence. Instead the contractor
assumed that any debris would be cleared before the next storm and no debris would
build during the storm. There was no explicit guidance or requirement in the RFP to
consider debris, however, the contractor should have assumed that debris would have
built up against the fence and blocked the small openings available for flow to pass.

The blockage of the fence due to debris is likely adding to downstream scour due to water
flowing over the crest of the blockage and causing significant vortices at the downstream
footing of the fence, dislodging HPTRM and creating scour at the downstream side of the
fence. There are instances on the upstream portion of the fence where lateral flows are
causing scour. Erosion is seen in locations where the pedestrian fence does not have the
grate portion, but simply the wire mesh, hence the floodplain cast by the storm is greater
than the expected design 100-year floodplain. The requirements of the RFP states that the
contractor will provide details for protection of scour and/or long term degradation along
with preventing ponding of water at the fence location, however, the scour and ponding
still occurred, therefore, the contractor seemingly did not meet the design and RFP
requirements.

Given the criteria for both the USIBWC and RFP requirements, it would appear the fence
is not performing as originally intended. Debris will accumulate on the fence given the
tolerances required to keep people out. In addition, continuous maintenance after every
flood event is required to clear debris from the openings.

Recommendations
(b) (5)
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(b) (5)
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IPT Report

APPENDIX B

Wash Ranking Tables for PF 225


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Project: SBI - TI , Technical IPT


Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

Final dranage report not received.


Preliminary Analysis done for two major
A-1 1 7554 34.530 6.61 18.000 wash Zone D 2009 3
Final dranage report not received.
Preliminary Analysis done for two major
A-1 2 7028 35.800 7.86 16.000 wash Zone D 2009 3
A-2A 2 2124 2.870 11.49 S 5.300 Proposed Conditon HEC-RAS Data Zone X 8-Nov-08 2
A-2B 100 0.000 Crossing was not identified Zone X 15-Nov-08 1
A-2C 1+37 13 7.880 0.38 S 13.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
A-2C 6+95 33 7.870 0.50 S 10.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
A-2C 16+03 3 5.640 0.30 S 17.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
A-2C 25+22 36 6.140 0.70 S 4.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
A-2D 36+35 9 6.770 0.28 S 16.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 16-Dec-08 2
A-2D 38+28 88 11.660 0.82 S 12.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 16-Dec-08 2
A-2D 39+02 3 5.230 0.32 S 13.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 16-Dec-08 2
A-2D 48+63 14 6.190 0.50 S 6.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 16-Dec-08 2
A-2D 52+13 788 17.910 3.05 S 6.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 16-Dec-08 3
A-2D 60+57 70 16.070 0.80 S 24.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 16-Dec-08 2
A-2E 5+87 7 4.380 0.38 S 4.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 18-Dec-08 1
A-2E 5+44 95 20.440 0.84 S 37.000 Flow Master Data Zone X 18-Dec-08 2
A-2F 100 7 8.730 1.38 S 50.000 Culvert Data Zone X 8-Nov-08 2
A-2G 8 206 1.930 5.41 S 5.000 Proposed Conditon HEC-RAS Data Zone X 10-Dec-08 2
A-2G 2 8 7.850 1.49 N 50.000 Culvert Data Zone X 10-Dec-08 2
A-2G 9 5.40 6.900 1.19 N 50.000 Culvert Data Zone X 10-Dec-08 2
A-2I 0+79 0.78 4.240 0.49 S 9.300 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 1
A-2J 52+67 15.53 8.16 0.58 S 8.040 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2J 51+75 174.00 13.17 3.67 N 5.124 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2I 44+41 3.54 6.470 0.85 S 10.650 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2I 40+00 1.52 6.000 0.60 N 15.700 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2I 36+08 0.25 4.780 0.25 S 27.180 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 1
A-2I 21+89 3.05 4.920 0.12 N 17.580 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 1
A-2I 16+29 4.65 6.200 0.61 N 8.810 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2I 7+67 2.80 7.780 0.69 N 20.390 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2I 2+67 0.37 2.710 0.07 S 11.760 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 1
A-2I 1+56 2.68 5.660 0.90 S 9.450 Flow Master Data Zone D 2-Nov-08 2
A-2K J-1 (48+50) 1 1.000 1.00 S 0.700 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 1
A-2K J-1&J-2 (47+09) 6300 7.000 6.00 S 1.100 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 3
A-2K J-3 (50+13) 131 3.000 0.40 S 1.400 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 1
A-2K J-4 (54+56) 15 1.730 0.10 S 1.200 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 1
A-2K J-5 (70+50) 6400 8.00 5.50 N 2.600 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 3
A-2L J-6 (23+48) 17234 4.000 6.00 N 2.500 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 3
A-2L J-7 (55+12) 19 1.750 0.10 N 1.200 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 1
A-2L J-8 (59+24) 71 1.600 0.20 N 1.700 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 1
A-2L J-9 (66+39) 1164 5.270 1.58 N 1.200 Drainage Report Zone D 17-Dec-08 2
A-2N 3 334 7.650 1.35 N 5.100 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 1-Nov-08 2
A-2N 4 96 2.610 0.67 N 10.000 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 1-Nov-08 1
B2 1 50 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
B2 2 10 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
B2 3 90 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
B2 4 100 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
B2 5 80 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
B2 6 470 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
B2 7 840 0.000 Final Drainage Report not Available Zone X not awarded 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 1 0 0.000 report Zone X 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 2 0 0.000 report Zone X 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 3 0 0.000 report Zone X 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 4 1515 0.000 report Zone A 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 6 270 0.000 report Zone X 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 5 212 0.000 report Zone X 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 7 0 0.000 report Zone X 1

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Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

H&H was not done in the final drainage


B4 8 0 0.000 report Zone X 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B4 9 0 0.000 report Zone X 1
B5A 1 220 0.000 Drainage Report Missing Zone D 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B5B 1 11 0.000 report (San Dune Area) Zone D 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B5B 2 5 0.000 report (San Dune Area) Zone D 1
H&H was not done in the final drainage
B5B 3 1 0.000 report (San Dune Area) Zone D 1

C-1 22 21 1.990 0.49 0.500 HEC-RAS Data, All other wash are small Zone X 1
D2 W22 18 9.300 0.83 S 22.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 W21 17 4.010 0.74 S 5.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W20 3 2.310 0.33 S 4.100 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W19 2 2.540 0.34 S 5.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W18 2 2.010 0.31 S 3.500 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W17 13 5.250 2.72 S 3.500 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 W16 14 5.250 2.72 S 3.500 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 W15 3 5.250 2.72 S 3.500 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 W14 810 5.250 2.72 S 1.100 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 W13 2605 8.650 4.00 S 1.660 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 3
D2 W12 2 1.020 0.19 S 1.100 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W11 16 2.250 0.23 S 2.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W10 46 2.460 0.63 S 1.700 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W9 5 1.450 0.32 S 1.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W8 52 2.280 0.66 S 1.300 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W7 34 1.690 0.74 S 1.100 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W6 4 1.580 0.34 S 2.500 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W5 47 1.180 0.59 S 0.900 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W4 164 1.380 1.51 S 0.890 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W3 6 1.380 0.27 S 2.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 W2 4 6.000 0.36 S 15.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 W1 2796 4.960 5.94 S 0.980 HEC-RAS Data Zone A Completed 2
D2 E1 55 2.330 0.78 S 1.000 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E2 12 1.640 0.46 S 2.670 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E3 7 0.960 0.29 S 1.250 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E4 110 1.240 1.16 S 0.720 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E5 1 0.010 1.86 S 1.500 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E6 195 1.250 4.04 S 0.780 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E7 6 1.160 0.15 S 0.420 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E8 5875 2.650 6.56 S 0.900 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E9 94 2.650 6.56 S 0.900 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E10 3 1.370 0.21 S 2.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E11 133 2.450 0.58 S 0.950 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E12 9 1.600 0.26 S 0.830 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E13 346 1.190 1.44 S 0.870 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E14 8 1.390 0.28 S 1.300 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E15 30 1.050 0.35 S 1.200 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E16 5843 4.520 8.43 S 1.320 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 3
D2 E17 33 4.520 8.43 S 1.320 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E18 6 1.050 0.26 S 1.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E19 45 2.530 3.01 S 1.010 HEC-RAS Zone X Completed 2
D2 E20 2335 2.530 3.01 S 1.010 HEC-RAS Zone X Completed 2
D2 E21 97 0.930 0.95 S 0.810 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E22 39 0.930 0.95 S 0.810 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E23 3 1.370 0.15 S 2.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E24 10 0.870 0.50 S 0.200 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E25 37 2.130 0.56 S 1.300 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E26 7 1.340 0.25 S 1.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E27 2 1.520 0.14 S 3.000 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E28 36 1.730 0.54 S 0.700 Flow Master Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E29 371 1.350 3.86 S 0.850 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E30 89 1.350 3.86 S 0.850 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E31 1591 7.120 2.46 S 2.520 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E32 3 7.120 2.46 S 2.520 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E33 16 7.120 2.46 S 2.520 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
D2 E34 74 1.660 0.49 S 0.560 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
D2 E35 30 1.750 0.34 S 1.000 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1

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Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and


M1
D-5 244 19.45 1.56 N 19.500 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
M2
D-5 158 11.66 0.62 N 15.400 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
M3
D-5 505 15.39 2.27 N 10.000 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
M4
D-5 458 14.73 2.67 N 6.400 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
M5
D-5 2036 19.61 5.85 N 4.670 PDR) Zone D not awarded 3
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
M6
D-5 5179 18.37 9.55 N 18.800 PDR) Zone D not awarded 3
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US1
D-5 24 7.57 0.26 S 21.100 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US2
D-5 30 3.99 0.72 S 1.700 PDR) Zone D not awarded 1
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US3
D-5 99 10.81 0.99 S 9.190 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US4
D-5 16 9.02 0.32 S 25.000 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US5
D-5 44 13.56 0.93 S 20.790 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US6
D-5 37 9.67 0.45 S 18.910 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US7
D-5 2558 17.4 4.45 S 4.248 PDR) Zone D not awarded 3
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US8
D-5 17 6.31 0.21 S 18.560 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US9
D-5 11 7.33 0.31 S 18.460 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2'
2 contour and
US10
D-5 24 5.18 0.25 S 10.200 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
US11
D-5 13 6.46 0.34 S 11.800 PDR) Zone D not awarded 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
D-5A 1 950 7.250 1.44 N 3.450 PDR) Zone D Completed 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
D-5A 2 7550 7.560 2.81 N 1.580 PDR) Zone D Completed 3
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
D-5A 3 50 8.920 0.93 N 12.500 PDR) Zone D Completed 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
D-5A 4 20 12.040 0.94 N 26.000 PDR) Zone D Completed 2
Flow Master Data (using 2' contour and
D-5A 5 60 4.550 0.51 N 4.150 PDR) Zone D Completed 1
D-5B 1 439 3.110 5.50 N 1.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 02a 5 0.860 0.55 N 29.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 3 17 1.560 1.41 N 22.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 4 4 1.380 1.09 N 32.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 5b 16 1.870 1.81 N 31.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 6b 7 1.050 1.18 N 21.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 7 16 0.780 0.75 N 18.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 8 225 5.240 1.04 N 3.200 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 9 545 7.660 2.46 N 2.800 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 10 4322 3.000 11.69 N 1.700 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 3
D-5B 20a 104 0.980 2.01 S 5.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 25a 122 0.41 0.77 N 4.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 25b 11 0.38 0.97 N 36.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 25c 123 0.88 3.95 N 2.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 26 248 3.77 2.75 N 0.600 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 27 459 10.91 2.72 N 0.550 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 28 1325 7.61 6.33 S 0.780 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 3
D-5B 29 107 6.82 2.29 S 3.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 31 47 5.54 0.59 S 12.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 32 98 1.63 3.6 S 8.100 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 33 98 0.98 2.85 S 3.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 34 47 0.86 2.67 S 3.100 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 35 27 0.88 2.8 S 3.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 40 276 1.29 5.19 S 2.700 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 41 15 0.83 2.28 S 2.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 42 30 1.12 2.44 S 12.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 43 65 1.19 3.9 S 10.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 43.50 50 1.68 3.94 S 8.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 43.70 5 0.83 0.85 S 21.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1

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Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

D-5B 44 7791 7.50 9.6 N 3.300 HEC-RAS results Zone A 2009 3


D-5B 44.50 23 0.76 1.13 N 6.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 45.00 10 1.51 1.22 N 30.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 46.00 40 1.77 3.22 N 11.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 47a 77 1.58 3.46 N 5.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 47b 84 2.00 4.41 N 5.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 47c 16 0.65 0.65 N 20.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 48a 61 1.19 4.23 N 3.300 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 48b 68 1.05 2.5 N 5.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 49 23 1.12 1.78 N 10.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 50 6 0.61 0.97 N 8.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 55 14 9.48 0.57 N 34.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 56 4 2.57 0.08 N 32.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 57 16 7.84 0.79 N 15.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 58 14 6.00 0.85 N 7.700 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 59 5 6.81 0.37 N 3.600 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 2
D-5B 60 9 4.91 0.65 N 10.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 61 & 62 9 4.30 0.33 N 11.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 63 2 2.99 0.25 N 9.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 64 4 4.25 0.26 N 17.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-5B 65 7 2.99 0.17 N 12.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 2009 1
D-6 1 32 4.32 1.15 S 3.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 2
D-6 2 42 2.44 1.70 S 2.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 3 8.00 5.69 0.66 S 11.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 2
D-6 4 20 5.24 0.89 S 3.300 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 2
D-6 5 8 S 15.000 Small Wash, Analysis not done Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 6 22 2.75 0.45 S 4.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 7 4 S 11.000 Small Wash, Analysis not done Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 8 S 0.000 Small Wash, Analysis not done Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D6
D-6 9 14 3.00 0.30 S 5.300 HEC RAS results
HEC-RAS Zone C 17 Nov 08
17-Nov-08 1
D-6 10 17 2.78 0.35 S 4.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 11 43 3.07 0.44 S 4.400 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 12 48 S 3.300 Analysis not done Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 13 44 3.16 0.38 S 4.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 14 32 3.53 0.45 S 4.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 15 8 2.20 0.20 S 5.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 16 11 1.65 0.17 S 5.500 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 17 26 1.86 0.22 N 4.400 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 18 8 2.28 0.42 N 3.200 HEC-RAS results Zone C 17-Nov-08 1
D-6 19A 51 1.80 0.96 N 1.600 HEC-RAS results Zone C 15-Dec-08 1
D-6 19B 8 3.24 0.29 N 8.300 HEC-RAS results Zone C 15-Dec-08 1
D-6 20A 2 3.32 0.30 N 11.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 15-Dec-08 1
D-6 20B 40 2.21 0.52 N 1.800 HEC-RAS results Zone C 15-Dec-08 1
D-6 21 20 3.82 0.70 N 4.000 HEC-RAS results Zone C 15-Dec-08 1
E-2A 1 1-Dec-08 1
Covered in Wash 1 and 2, Segment EV-2A, VF 300 Ranking Tables
E-2A 2 1-Dec-08 1
E-2A 3 194 14.040 1.74 S 5.650 Proposed Condition flow is more Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
E-2A 4 88 8.330 1.22 S 6.050 Proposed Condition flow is more Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
E-2A 5 2825 12.400 3.10 S 5.520 Montezuma Wash Zone X 1-Dec-08 3
E-2A 6 139 4.360 1.53 S 2.880 Proposed Condition flow is more Zone X 1-Dec-08 2
E-2A 7 738 7.500 3.13 S 1.910 Zone X 1-Dec-08 3
E-2A 8 26 3.380 0.36 S 2.860 Zone X 1-Dec-08 1
E-2B M1 170 3.690 1.04 N 1.400 Zone X 2
E-2B M2 60 3.58 0.61 N 2.000 Zone X 1
E-2B M3 40 2.57 0.35 N 2.900 Zone X 1
E-2B M4 110 3.01 0.55 N 2.000 Zone X 2
E-2B M5 390 4.01 0.88 N 1.750 BC Wash Zone X 2
E-2B M6 30 2.35 0.23 N 4.000 Zone X 1
E-2B M7 210 4.43 1.03 N 1.880 Zone X 2
E-2B M8 3640 7.81 3 N 1.250 Gringo Wash Zone X 3
E-2B M9 20 1.27 0.16 N 1.250 Zone X 1
E-2B M10 30 1.8 0.33 N 1.500 Zone X 1
E-2B M11 110 5.07 0.33 N 1.285 Zone X 2
E-2B M12 50 2.32 0.63 N 1.200 Zone X 1
E-2B M13 550 5.93 2.46 N 1.500 Zone X 2
E-2B M14 2390 5.52 1.76 N 1.330 wash 33 Zone X 2
E-2B M15 130 5.54 0.9 N 2.500 Zone X 2
E-2B M16 3010 6.88 3.77 N 1.560 1st Horshoe Zone X 3
E-2B M17 50 2.18 0.25 N 1.900 Zone X 1
E-2B M18 80 2.94 0.37 N 2.000 Zone X 1
E-2B M19 510 3.4 1.31 N 0.800 Zone X 2
E-2B M20 20 1.61 0.2 N 2.000 Zone X 1
E-2B M21 860 4.6 1.93 N 0.750 2nd Horshoe Zone X 2

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Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

E-3 M1 12840 7.410 9.14 N 0.300 Christiansen Wash Zone X Completed 3


E-3 M2 61 3.810 0.39 N 2.000 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
E-3 M2B 58 5.380 0.93 N 1.900 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
E-3 M3 330 3.600 1.56 N 1.600 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
E-3 M4 1370 3.160 3.74 N 0.500 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
E-3 US2 3500 4.260 2.27 S 1.200 HEC-RAS Data Zone A Completed 2
E-3 US3 160 2.240 0.64 S 0.760 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 1
E-3 US4 2590 4.490 10.65 S 0.650 HEC-RAS Data Zone A Completed 2
E-3 US5 540 4.390 1.71 S 0.870 HEC-RAS Data Zone X Completed 2
F-1 Basin 1-4 (213+00 3201 6.610 2.02 S 1.000 Data from irregular channel worksheet Zone X 17-Nov-08 3
F-1 Basin 5 (198+00) 555 7.230 0.84 S 0.560 Data from irregular channel worksheet Zone X 17-Nov-08 2
H-1 100 1
H2-A 100 0.0 0.00 0.00 0.000 Not awarded yet 1
H-3 100 1
H-4 100 1
I-1A Subbasin 1 427.0 0.95 1.00 S 0.350 From Tetra Tech Drainage Report Zone X 1
I-1A Subbasin 2 973.0 1.53 1.00 S 0.900 From Tetra Tech Drainage Report Zone X 1
I-1A Subbasin 3 1146.0 1.91 1.00 S 1.400 From Tetra Tech Drainage Report Zone X 2
I-1A Subbasin 4 2572.0 1.90 1.00 S 1.350 From Tetra Tech Drainage Report Zone X 2
I1-B 100 0.0 0.00 0.00 0.000 Not Awarded Zone X 1
From Tetra Tech Drainage Report for
J-1 1 221.0 0.98 1.00 2.000 Santa Teresa POE Zone X 1
From Tetra Tech Drainage Report for
J-1 2 12.0 1.08 1.00 3.000 Santa Teresa POE Zone X 1
From Tetra Tech Drainage Report for
J-3 3 2.0 0.49 1.00 0.600 Santa Teresa POE Zone X 1
From Tetra Tech Drainage Report for
J-3 4 1.0 0.69 1.00 0.500 Santa Teresa POE Zone X 1
J-2 1a 299.4 0.00 1.00 0.340 From Psomas Drainage Report Zone X 1
J-2 2a 49.2 0.00 1.00 0.900 From Psomas Drainage Report Zone X 1
K-1 B 2810 10.01 1 S 5.14 TOE OF LEVEE Zone X 1
K-1A 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-1B 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-1C 100 S ON LEVEE 1
K-2A 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-2B 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-2C 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-2D 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-3 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-4 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
K-5 100 S TOE OF LEVEE 1
L-1 1 3635 1.63 3.48 S 0.03 ON LEVEE Zone A 2
L-1 2 1371 1.87 2.17 S 0.03 Zone A 1
L-1 3 2147 1.87 4.37 S 0.03 Zone A 1
L-1 4 3437 2.64 6.63 S 0.03 Zone A 2
L-1 5 2900 1.97 4.95 S 0.03 Zone A 1
L-1 6 760 1.97 5.17 S 0.03 Zone A 2
L-1A 100 S ON LEVEE 1
L-1B 100 S ON LEVEE 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 8+00 96 2.59 1.92 S 0.0117 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 13+00 304 1.6 3.04 S 0.0099 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 30+00 67 2.24 1.54 S 0.0108 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 33+00 54 1.55 1.79 S 0.0093 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 36+00 76 1.51 0.81 S 0.0088 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 38+00 85 1.49 2.29 S 0.0085 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 43+75 201 1.45 2.62 S 0.0081 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 50+50 710 1.69 0.54 S 0.011 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 60+00 23 1.98 1.17 S 0.0143 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 65+00 48 1.46 1.79 S 0.0083 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 66+75 160 1.35 2.29 S 0.0071 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 68+50 6.5 1.92 0.62 S 0.0137 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 70+00 44 1.86 1.4 S 0.013 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 72+50 108 1.34 2 S 0.007 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1

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Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from


M-1 78+00 61 1.71 1.49 S 0.0112 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 84+00 37 1.27 1.63 S 0.0066 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 88+00 7.2 0.76 0.92 S 0.0036 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 3+00 12 2.55 0.15 S 0.0214 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 5+00 2.9 2.67 0.7 S 0.0144 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 7+00 16 4.51 0.08 S 0.0498 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 11+50 4 1.65 0.77 S 0.0102 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 13+00 4.1 7.38 0.48 S 0.1538 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
Values from Table 3 and Table 4 from
M-1 16+00 3 3.7 0.03 S 0.0357 Final Drainage Report Zone X 1
M-2A Rio Grande 233077 S NO ANALYSIS REQUIRED 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M-2B 203+50 20 1 1 S 0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M-2B 207+80 196 1 1 S 0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M-2B 214+40 62 1 1 S 0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M-2B 219+20 19 1 1 S 0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
FENCE DOES NOT ACTUALLY CROSS
M-2B 228+20 6750 7.91 11 S 0.0018 WASH - App A Zone A 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M 2B
M-2B 237+20 19 7
19.7 1 1 S 01
0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M-2B 249+20 19.1 1 1 S 0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
ASSUMPTIONS MADE BASED OFF OF
M-2B 254+00 12 1 1 S 0.1 REPORT TEXT Zone A 1
O-4A 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-4B 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-5 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-6A 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-6B/C 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-7 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-8 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-9A 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-9B 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-10 100 S ON LEVEE 1
O-11 STA 38+25 54.84 2.22 1.99 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C 2-Dec-08 1
O-11 STA 58+20 63.52 2.04 1.74 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C 2-Dec-08 1

O-12 STA 00+65 79.95 1.97 1.87 S 1.67 Table 1B: Ditch Backwater Computations 1-Dec-08 1
O-13 STA 38+30 22361 2.13 1.81 S 0.5 Tables in Appendix C Zone C 1-Dec-08 1
O-14 100 S ON LEVEE 1-Dec-08 1
O-15 STA 7+30 22.27 1.94 1.74 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-15 STA 20+05 25.38 2.07 1.94 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-15 STA 101+90 22.61 2 1.56 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-15 STA 102+75 41.27 1.79 1.29 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-16 STA 31+60 22.95 1.96 1.77 S 1.03 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-16 STA 86+65 22.61 1.41 0.88 S 1 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-16 STA 92+30 18.23 1.83 1.32 S 0.65 Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-17 4+00 415 0.91 2.39 S 0.2 Tables in Appendix C Zone C 1-Dec-08 1
O-17 26+00 614 0.69 4.9 S 0.1 Tables in Appendix C Zone C 1-Dec-08 1
O-17 43+00 5187 0.28 17.33 S 0.01 Tables in Appendix C Zone C 1-Dec-08 1
O-18 100 S no report - ON LEVEE 1-Dec-08 1
O-19 100 S ON LEVEE 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 6+65 20.35 2.83 1.13 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 7+20 23.72 2.85 1.24 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 9+10 21.69 3.29 1.38 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 10+45 19.19 2.88 1.15 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 15+60 21.21 3.49 1.53 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 20+45 22.84 3.01 1.26 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 21+80 22.04 3.21 1.33 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 24+30 19.97 3.19 1.3 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 26+65 23.93 3.09 1.31 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 34+25 23.17 3.52 1.55 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 41+70 20.48 3.04 1.23 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-20 STA 44+75 21.45 3.43 1.47 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 8+65 22.27 2.2 1.9 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 46+80 25.38 2.01 1.75 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 68+40 22.61 1.3 1.57 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1

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Title: Table B-1: PF 225 washes and data
Date: 4/23/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Bed Slope FEMA
Segment Crossing Depth Direction (N Notes Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) Load (%) Crossing
(ft) / S) Start Date

O-21 STA 70+05 25.78 2.22 1.97 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1


O-21 STA 100+40 20.85 1.64 1.45 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 186+90 19.97 2.2 1.88 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 197+30 26.76 1.4 1.71 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 211+45 20.35 1.87 1.53 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 212+95 22.84 1.34 1.56 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 230+65 21.81 1.91 1.6 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 257+85 22.39 1.33 1.54 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 283+05 23.93 2.17 1.88 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 297+10 20.85 1.64 1.45 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 327+45 21.69 1.91 1.59 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 343+00 23.61 1.71 1.56 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 355+05 19.84 1.85 1.5 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 368+05 22.16 1.42 1.11 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 404+00 19.06 2.01 1.62 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 411+90 22.04 1.67 1.5 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 417+70 18.09 1.63 1.37 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 425+65 24.88 1.99 1.73 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 453+05 23.5 1.96 1.67 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 479+25 17.81 1.96 1.55 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 489+50 20.48 1.29 1.47 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 534+40 23.61 1.71 1.56 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 548+75 22.16 1.67 1.5 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 562+15 19.45 2.18 1.84 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 577+80 18.09 1.24 1.36 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 595+25 19.32 1.6 1.38 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 600+95 20.97 1.88 1.56 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 617+15 24.46 1.73 1.59 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 627+40 21.21 2.08 1.74 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1
O 21
O-21 STA 640 65
640+65 23.39 1.7 1.55 S Tables in Appendix C 1 Dec 08
1-Dec-08 1
O-21 STA 645+15 19.71 2.03 1.66 S Tables in Appendix C 1-Dec-08 1

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Title: Table B-2: Criteria Table used to categorize washes


Date: 5/15/09

MAX MAX Q (CFS)= 100 500 1000 3000 >3000


Velocity MAX FLOW DEPTH (FT)= 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5
(fps) MAX SLOPE %

02
0.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2

0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2
3
1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

>1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

0.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

0.5 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
5
1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

>1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 3

0.2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

0.5 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3
10
1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 3 3

>1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

0.2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 3

0.5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3 3
>10
1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

>1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Table B-3
PF225: List of Category 2 washes
Flow Normal
Q V
Segment Crossing Direction Depth
(cfs) (ft/s)
(N / S) (ft)
A-2A 2 S 2124.0 2.9 11.5
1+37 S 12.5 7.9 0.4
16+03 S 2.5 5.6 0.3
25+22 S 36.3 6.1 0.7
A-2C 6+95 S 32.5 7.9 0.5
36+35 S 9.0 6.8 0.3
38+28 S 87.5 11.7 0.8
39+02 S 3.0 5.2 0.3
48+63 S 13.8 6.2 0.5
A-2D 60+57 S 70.0 16.1 0.8
A-2E 5+44 S 95.0 20.4 0.8
A-2F 100 S 7.0 8.7 1.4
2 N 8.0 7.9 1.5
8 S 206.0 1.9 5.4
A-2G 9 N 5.4 6.9 1.2
A-2N 3 N 334.0 7.7 1.4
E6 S 195.0 1.3 4.0
W1 S 2796.0 5.0 5.9
W2 S 4.0 6.0 0.4
W22 S 18.0 9.3 0.8
W17 S 13.0 5.3 2.7
W16 S 14.0 5.3 2.7
W15 S 3.0 5.3 2.7
W14 S 810.0 5.3 2.7
E8 S 5875.0 2.7 6.6
E9 S 94.0 2.7 6.6
E17 S 33.0 4.5 8.4
E19 S 45.0 2.5 3.0
E20 S 2335.0 2.5 3.0
E29 S 371.0 1.4 3.9
E31 S 1591.0 7.1 2.5
E32 S 3.0 7.1 2.5
D2 E33 S 16.0 7.1 2.5
M1 N 244.0 19.5 1.6
M2 N 158.0 11.7 0.6
M3 N 505.0 15.4 2.3
M4 N 458.0 14.7 2.7
US1 S 24.0 7.6 0.3
US10 S 24.0 5.2 0.3
US11 S 13.0 6.5 0.3
US3 S 99.0 10.8 1.0
US4 S 16.0 9.0 0.3
US5 S 44.0 13.6 0.9
US6 S 37.0 9.7 0.5
US8 S 17.0 6.3 0.2
D-5 US9 S 11.0 7.3 0.3
1 N 950.0 7.3 1.4
3 N 50.0 8.9 0.9
D-5A 4 N 20.0 12.0 0.9
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Table B-3
PF225: List of Category 2 washes
1 N 439.0 3.1 5.5
8 N 225.0 5.2 1.0
9 N 545.0 7.7 2.5
26 N 248.0 3.8 2.8
27 N 459.0 10.9 2.7
29 S 107.0 6.8 2.3
31 S 47.0 5.5 0.6
32 S 98.0 1.6 3.6
40 S 276.0 1.3 5.2
43 S 65.0 1.2 3.9
43.5 S 50.0 1.7 3.9
46 N 40.0 1.8 3.2
55 N 14.0 9.5 0.6
57 N 16.0 7.8 0.8
58 N 14.0 6.0 0.9
59 N 5.0 6.8 0.4
20a S 104.0 1.0 2.0
25c N 123.0 0.9 4.0
47a N 77.0 1.6 3.5
47b N 84.0 2.0 4.4
D-5B 48a N 61.0 1.2 4.2
1 S 32.0 4.3 1.2
3 S 8.0 5.7 0.7
D-6 4 S 20.0 5.2 0.9
3 S 194.0 14.0 1.7
4 S 88.0 8.3 1.2
E-2A 6 S 139.0 4.4 1.5
M1 N 170.0 3.7 1.0
M4 N 110.0 3.0 0.6
M5 (BC Wash) N 390.0 4.0 0.9
M7 N 210.0 4.4 1.0
M11 N 110.0 5.1 0.3
M13 N 550.0 5.9 2.5
M14 (Wash 33) N 2390.0 5.5 1.8
M15 N 130.0 5.5 0.9
M19 N 510.0 3.4 1.3
E-2B M21 (2nd horseshoe) N 860.0 4.6 1.9
M2B N 58.0 5.4 0.9
M3 N 330.0 3.6 1.6
M4 N 1370.0 3.2 3.7
US2 S 3500.0 4.3 2.3
US4 S 2590.0 4.5 10.7
E-3 US5 S 540.0 4.4 1.7
F-1 198+00 S 555.0 7.2 0.8
Subbasin 3 S 1146.0 1.9 1.0
I-1A Subbasin 4 S 2572.0 1.9 1.0
1 S 3635.0 1.6 3.5
4 S 3437.0 2.6 6.6
L-1 6 S 760.0 2.0 5.2
A-2L J-9 (66+39) N 1163.8 5.3 1.6
1+56 S 2.7 5.7 0.9
16+29 N 4.7 6.2 0.6
44+41 S 3.5 6.5 0.9
7+67 N 2.8 7.8 0.7
A-2I 40+00 N 1.5 6.0 0.6
51+75 N 174.0 13.2 3.7
A-2J 52+67 S 15.5 8.2 0.6

Zone A Area with 1-percent annual chance floodplain


Zone C Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
Zone D Areas where there are possible but undetermined flood hazards
Zone X Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
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Table B-4
PF225: List of Category 3 Washes
Flow
Direction FEMA
Segment Crossing (N / S) Crossing
1 (blank) Zone D
A-1 2 (blank) Zone D
A-2D 52+13 S Zone X
W13 S Zone X
D2 E16 S Zone X
M5 N Zone D
M6 N Zone D
D-5 US7 S Zone D
D-5A 2 N Zone D
10 N Zone C
28 S Zone C
D-5B 44 N Zone A
5 (Montezuma) S Zone X
E-2A 7 S Zone X
M8 (Gringo Wash) N Zone X
E-2B M16 (1st horseshoe) N Zone X
E-3 M1 (Christiansen) N Zone X
F-1 Basin 1-4 (213+00) S Zone X
J-1&J-2 (47+09) S Zone D
A-2K J-5 (70+50) N Zone D
A-2L J-6 (23+48) N Zone D

Zone A Area with 1-percent annual chance floodplain


Zone C Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
Zone D Areas where there are possible but undetermined flood hazards
Zone X Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
001091
 
IPT Report

APPENDIX C

Wash Ranking Tables for VF 300


001092

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

BV-1 100 33000 6.00 10.00 N 1.00 Zone A 3


rail-on-post &
CV-2 1 301 1.560 1.50 N Normandy style 5.70 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 2 679 5.330 0.41 N Normandy style 8.40 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 3 255 2.390 0.34 N Normandy style 3.10 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 4 564 3.020 1.05 N Normandy style 2.50 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 5 447 2.890 0.52 N Normandy style 2.40 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 6 351 4.200 1.26 N Normandy style 1.80 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 7 4667 5.250 8.18 S Normandy style 0.70 LWC Design Data Zone D 3
rail-on-post &
CV-2 8 625 4.630 0.35 S Normandy style 1.90 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 80 625 4.630 0.35 S Normandy style 1.90 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 9 189 1.930 0.26 S Normandy style 0.90 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 10 358 4.960 0.76 S Normandy style 2.10 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 11 48 2.600 0.25 S Normandy style 2.50 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 12 748 6.720 0.94 S Normandy style 3.30 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2
C 13
3 915
9 5 8.270
8 0 0.94
09 S Normandy
o a dy sty
style
e 5.00
5 00 LWC Design
g Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 14 262 5.790 0.58 S Normandy style 4.10 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 15 115 4.790 0.47 S Normandy style 9.00 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 16 1137 8.670 1.20 S Normandy style 6.20 LWC Design Data Zone D 2
rail-on-post &
CV-2 16.1 14 0.680 0.02 S Normandy style 4.70 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 17 639 6.530 0.36 S Normandy style 9.20 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
CV-2 18 127 3.090 0.02 S rail-on-post & 9.70 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 20 142 4.550 0.26 S Normandy style 8.60 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 21 428 3.510 0.37 S Normandy style 3.00 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 22 906 3.310 0.29 S Normandy style 3.14 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 23 69 3.390 0.16 S Normandy style 8.70 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
rail-on-post &
CV-2 24 58 5.670 0.84 S Normandy style 2.70 LWC Design Data Zone D 1
CV-2A O3 467.0 2.91 1.78 N Normandy Style 19.80 Zone D 1
CV-2A M3 248.0 2.65 1.39 N Normandy Style 5.20 Zone D 1
CV-2A K3 329.0 2.56 1.43 N Normandy Style 5.80 Zone D 1
CV-2A I3 172.0 1.65 0.77 N Normandy Style 6.20 Zone D 1
CV-2A G3 128.0 2.08 1.10 N Normandy Style 7.20 Zone D 1
CV-2A B3 139.0 1.34 0.76 N Normandy Style 12.80 Zone D 1
CV-2A C3 242.0 2.25 1.11 N Normandy Style 7.80 Zone D 1
CV-2A Y6 2152.0 3.82 2.98 N Normandy Style 6.70 Zone D 2
DV-1 1 976.0 2.11 0.72 S Normandy Style 0.80 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 2 222.0 1.68 1.18 S Normandy Style 0.70 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 3 950.0 2.39 1.00 S Normandy Style 0.80 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 4 427.0 2.22 0.70 S Normandy Style 0.90 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 5 494.0 2.32 0.75 S Normandy Style 0.90 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 6 5216.0 4.69 1.88 S Normandy Style 1.00 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 7 1480 3.080 2.42 S Normandy Style 1.00 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 8 191 2.480 0.87 S Normandy Style 1.00 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 9 388 2.590 1.13 S Normandy Style 1.00 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 10 291 3.940 0.83 S Normandy Style 1.50 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 11 325 5.490 2.52 S Normandy Style 1.20 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 12 2180 7.680 3.47 S Normandy Style 1.40 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2

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001093

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

DV-1 13 238 5.650 1.85 S Normandy Style 1.50 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 14 975 7.710 2.99 S Normandy Style 1.70 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 15 1075 5.170 2.14 S Normandy Style 2.40 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 16 207 6.280 0.91 S Normandy Style 3.20 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 17 684 6.850 1.70 S Normandy Style 3.70 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 18 771 8.980 2.97 S Normandy Style 2.30 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 19 1293 7.030 1.22 S Normandy Style 2.80 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 20 329 6.740 1.83 S Normandy Style 1.70 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 1
DV-1 21 516 7.600 2.66 S Normandy Style 1.80 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 22 927 5.950 1.28 S Normandy Style 1.90 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
DV-1 23 602 5.810 1.31 S Normandy Style 1.50 Preliminaru H&H Zone D 2
rail-on-post &
DV-2 DV-2_F_06 1817 5.280 3.66 N Normandy style 0.60 25 year data Zone X 20-Oct-08 2
rail-on-post &
DV-3A 1 36200 5.000 5.00 S Normandy style 0.20 San Simon Wash Zone D 15-Dec-08 3
rail-on-post &
DV-3A 2 780 5.000 5.00 S Normandy style 0.20 Zone D 15-Dec-08 1
rail-on-post &
DV-3A 4 20040 5.000 5.00 S Normandy style 0.20 Zone D 15-Dec-08 3
DV-3A 11 and 12 8010 4.020 5.28 S rail-on-post 0.50 Zone D 15-Dec-08 2
DV-3A 9 4690 4.050 2.01 S rail-on-post 0.50 Zone D 15-Dec-08 2
DV-4A Basin 1 1650 9.020 3.53 S rail-on-post 1.50 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 2 190 5.190 1.32 S rail-on-post 3.99 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 3 230 5.470 2.37 S rail-on-post 1.79 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 4 380 3.660 3.04 S rail-on-post 0.48 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 5 1000 7.720 2.61 S rail-on-post 1.35 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 6 1980 7.600 2.13 S rail-on-post 0.50 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 7 80 5.910 1.50 S rail-on-post 1.45 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 8 120 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post
p 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08
g 1
DV-4A Basin 9 1250 8.590 3.84 S rail-on-post 1.00 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 10 450 4.490 2.52 S rail-on-post 1.10 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 11 1760 11.920 3.14 S rail-on-post 1.10 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 12 460 6.160 2.43 S rail-on-post 1.10 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 13 610 7.500 4.43 S rail-on-post 0.20 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 14 840 5.800 3.27 S rail-on-post 1.00 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 15 1020 4.860 3.11 S rail-on-post 1.56 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 16 330 4.340 2.47 S rail-on-post 0.66 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 17 2240 7.690 4.29 S rail-on-post 0.05 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 18 1530 3.840 3.23 S rail-on-post 0.05 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 19 700 3.690 3.17 S rail-on-post 1.48 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 20 1120 8.190 2.78 S rail-on-post 0.05 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 21 5340 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 22 450 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 23 1040 4.400 3.08 S rail-on-post 0.00 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 24 390 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
Qbasin = 5800 cfs. Only 400 cfs is
DV-4A Basin 25 400 4.240 2.31 S rail-on-post 0.00 contained in channel Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 26 240 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 27 150 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 28 210 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 29 1010 5.020 4.30 S rail-on-post 0.00 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 30 560 2.770 3.51 S rail-on-post 7.48 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 31 380 4.410 2.78 S rail-on-post 5.75 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 1
DV-4A Basin 32 10410 3.800 4.87 S rail-on-post 0.00 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 33 970 5.170 3.70 S rail-on-post 7.07 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-4A Basin 34 410 0.000 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 39688 1
Qbasin = 9050 cfs. Only 1100 cfs is
DV-4A Basin 35 1100.0 8.00 3.34 S rail-on-post 7.83 contained in channel Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 36 500.0 0.00 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 37 2030.0 3.39 2.07 S rail-on-post 1.10 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 38 640.0 0.00 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 39 830.0 0.00 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 40 740.0 0.00 0.00 S rail-on-post 0.00 Sheet Flows Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 41 1930.0 7.00 2.99 S rail-on-post 0.50 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 42 2140.0 10.99 2.97 S rail-on-post 0.90 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 43 970.0 6.30 2.59 S rail-on-post 0.53 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 44 520.0 7.43 2.81 S rail-on-post 1.18 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 45 1390.0 6.96 4.73 S rail-on-post 2.50 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 46 1020.0 7.75 4.25 S rail-on-post 1.00 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 47 410.0 4.62 3.34 S rail-on-post 1.60 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 48 280.0 4.37 1.83 S rail-on-post 2.01 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 49 740.0 5.12 2.76 S rail-on-post 1.93 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 2
DV-4A Basin 50 370.0 6.70 1.94 S rail-on-post 1.75 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 39688 1
DV-4A Basin 51 390 7.170 1.40 S rail-on-post 3.76 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 1

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001094

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

DV-4B 14 7420 15.77 2.550 S Normandy Style 1.7 TON 6 Mile West Drainage Report Zone D 3
DV-4B 17 1187 11.38 1.410 S Normandy Style 1.3 TON 6 Mile West Drainage Report Zone D 2
DV-4B 21 597 8.53 1.230 N Normandy Style 1.0 TON 6 Mile West Drainage Report Zone D 2
DV-4B A 4514 10.85 1.71 N Normandy Style 0.7 TON 6 Mile West Drainage Report Zone D 3
DV-4B 6 18659 9.69 6.850 S Normandy Style 0.5 Vamori Wash Drainage Analysis Zone D 3
DV-4B 6a 629 4.30 1.96 N Normandy Style 0.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 7 680 3.90 1.650 N Normandy Style 1.6 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 8 1321 9.64 1.790 N Normandy Style 2.1 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 2
DV-4B 9 816 10.49 1.45 N Normandy Style 3.0 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 2
DV-4B 10A 76 1.89 0.400 N Normandy Style 1.2 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 10B 76 1.89 0.40 N Normandy Style 1.2 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 10C 76 1.89 0.400 N Normandy Style 1.2 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 11A 75 7.66 0.310 N Normandy Style 2.3 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 11B 75 7.66 0.310 N Normandy Style 2.3 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 11C 75 7.66 0.310 N Normandy Style 2.3 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 12 1156 12.49 0.940 N Normandy Style 3.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 2
DV-4B 13 198 9.53 0.72 N Normandy Style 2.0 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 14 1178 15.65 1.750 N Normandy Style 5.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 2
DV-4B 15A 45 7.42 0.340 N Normandy Style 4.0 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 15B 45 7.80 0.370 N Normandy Style 4.0 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 15C 45 7.99 0.380 N Normandy Style 4.0 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 16A 50 5.87 0.280 N Normandy Style 4.7 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 16B 50 8.22 0.33 N Normandy Style 4.7 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 16C 50 8.85 0.31 N Normandy Style 4.7 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 16D 50 9.51 0.370 N Normandy Style 4.7 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 17A 264 14.45 0.67 N Normandy Style 5.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report Zone D 1
DV-4B 17B 264 15.15 0.80 N Normandy Style 5.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 17C 264 14.46 0.93 N Normandy Style 5.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 17D 264 13.43 0.610 N Normandyy Style
y 5.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4B 17E 264 14.68 0.69 N Normandy Style 5.5 TON Phase III Drainage Report 1
DV-4C Basin 52 750 7.11 1.700 S Normandy Style 5.0 HEC-RAS Data Zone D 28-Aug-08 2
DV-6 C1 19 3.85 0.50 S rail-on-post 0.5 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C2 107 5.92 0.93 S rail-on-post 0.5 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C3 7 2.92 0.30 S rail-on-post 0.5 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C4 34 14.610 0.94 S rail-on-post 9.40 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C5 52 5.040 0.80 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C6 37 16.840 0.76 S rail-on-post 24.00 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C7 4 2.480 0.22 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C8 147 6.280 0.95 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C9 330 15.440 1.80 S rail-on-post 4.20 HEC-RAS Data (Existing Condition) Zone X 1
DV-6 C10 330 6.970 0.96 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C11 13 14.740 0.65 S rail-on-post 21.80 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C12 5 2.650 0.25 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C13 212 6.580 0.94 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C14 212 6.580 0.94 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C15 212 6.580 0.94 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C16 212 6.580 0.94 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C17 199 12.730 3.68 S rail-on-post 2.50 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C18 64 5.310 0.88 S rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C19 9 3.140 0.34 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C20 34 4.510 0.65 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C21 5 2.650 0.25 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C22 4 2.480 0.22 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C23 18 9.310 1.18 N rail-on-post 5.00 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C24 42 13.430 0.99 N rail-on-post 9.20 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C25 1 1.600 0.10 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C26 29 14.010 1.25 N rail-on-post 10.90 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C27 3 13.420 0.30 N rail-on-post 25.00 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C28 33 16.890 1.19 N rail-on-post 16.40 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C29 5 2.650 0.25 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C30 88 18.760 1.10 N rail-on-post 18.18 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C31 6 2.800 0.28 N rail-on-post 0.50 LWC Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C32 6 11.560 0.44 N rail-on-post 20.51 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C33 54 16.170 0.77 N rail-on-post 21.95 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-6 C34 21 15.280 0.54 N rail-on-post 28.57 Culvert Design Data Zone X 1
DV-7 1 400 10.340 1.78 N rail-on-post 4.20 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 2 18 6.210 0.36 S rail-on-post 11.80 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 3 150 7.900 1.36 S rail-on-post 3.40 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 4 40 7.770 1.03 S rail-on-post 7.40 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 5 90 9.150 1.28 S rail-on-post 6.75 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 6 18 6.340 0.43 S rail-on-post 17.85 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 9 46 14.220 0.93 N rail-on-post 27.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 10 20 9.070 0.58 N rail-on-post 22.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 11 53 7.000 0.59 N rail-on-post 10.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 17 3172 11.74 5.72 S rail-on-post 2.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 3
DV-7 18 207.0 10.02 2.59 S rail-on-post 3.50 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
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001095

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

DV-7 19 70.0 7.57 1.25 S rail-on-post 4.60 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 20 39.0 8.34 0.99 S rail-on-post 7.60 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 21 71.0 5.78 0.82 S rail-on-post 5.10 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 22 15.0 10.78 0.39 S rail-on-post 40.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 23 12.0 9.34 0.32 S rail-on-post 53.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 24 11.0 8.81 0.42 S rail-on-post 35.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 25 6.0 5.93 0.24 S rail-on-post 36.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 26 2487.0 7.70 2.96 S rail-on-post 1.80 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 2
DV-7 27 68.0 6.82 0.64 S rail-on-post 6.40 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 28 7.0 9.94 0.34 N rail-on-post 45.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 29 47.0 5.51 0.82 N rail-on-post 9.60 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 30 357.0 8.89 3.00 S rail-on-post 3.30 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 31 27.0 3.46 0.43 S rail-on-post 3.50 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 32 59.0 8.90 1.20 S rail-on-post 6.40 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 33 247.0 12.39 2.50 S rail-on-post 5.60 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 34 66.0 6.12 1.53 S rail-on-post 2.50 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 35 6107.0 11.01 6.86 S rail-on-post 1.40 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 3
DV-7 36 66.0 12.79 1.06 S rail-on-post 17.00 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 37 14.0 5.64 0.49 S rail-on-post 8.50 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 38 59.0 7.99 1.06 S rail-on-post 6.70 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
DV-7 39 1251.0 9.12 2.60 N rail-on-post 3.20 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 2
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 M1 7.0 6.51 0.36 N Grouted) 17.82 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 M2 13.0 7.33 0.54 N Grouted) 14.95 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 M3 6.0 5.21 0.17 N Grouted) 22.50 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 US1 104.0 5.61 0.64 S Grouted)) 4.26 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 US2 55.0 4.34 1.08 S Grouted) 1.40 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 US3 1087.0 8.07 2.67 S Grouted) 2.11 HEC-RAS Data Zone D not awarded 2
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 US4 48.0 6.29 0.49 S Grouted) 11.02 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 US5 239.0 5.70 1.43 S Grouted) 3.89 HEC-RAS Data Zone D not awarded 1
Steel piles (filled -
DV-8 US6 28 6.240 0.53 S Grouted) 11.02 Flow Master Data Zone D not awarded 1
EV-1A 6 9490 28.290 3.81 S Normandy Style 6.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 3
EV-1A 7 90 12.070 0.73 S Normandy Style 4.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 35 550.0 5.54 2.06 S Normandy Style 1.60 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 36 280.0 6.58 2.11 S Normandy Style 2.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 37 620.0 4.92 1.85 S Normandy Style 1.30 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 38 1190 6.370 2.73 S Normandy Style 1.40 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 39 360 4.070 0.78 S Normandy Style 1.60 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 40 1360 6.540 1.75 S Normandy Style 2.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 41 730 6.830 0.94 S Normandy Style 4.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 42 6060 10.290 3.12 S Normandy Style 2.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 3
EV-1A 43 90 6.400 0.98 S Normandy Style 5.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 44 100 5.810 0.78 S Normandy Style 5.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 45 1580 5.980 1.37 S Normandy Style 2.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 46 70 7.320 0.41 S Normandy Style 25.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 47, 48, 49 760 8.390 0.99 S Normandy Style 5.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 50 90 2.370 0.61 S Normandy Style 1.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 51 160 2.740 0.72 S Normandy Style 1.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 52 2320 11.330 4.48 S Normandy Style 2.30 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 53 7380 20.670 5.20 S Normandy Style 5.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 3
EV-1A 54 440 7.440 1.52 S Normandy Style 3.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 55 2420 14.090 4.19 S Normandy Style 3.40 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 56 680 8.280 1.54 S Normandy Style 3.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 57 480 5.740 1.77 S Normandy Style 2.50 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 58 880 6.810 2.39 S Normandy Style 3.40 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 59 860 7.960 2.00 S Normandy Style 3.20 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 60 770 9.620 2.14 S Normandy Style 3.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 61 10980 33.940 5.19 S Normandy Style 12.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 3
EV-1A 62 380 7.490 1.79 S Normandy Style 3.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 63 2560 13.330 2.40 S Normandy Style 5.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1A 64 490 7.050 1.25 S Normandy Style 4.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 65 380 9.260 1.38 S Normandy Style 5.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 1
EV-1A 66 960 11.710 1.68 S Normandy Style 6.00 Sonoita 25 Mile Drainage Report Zone D 2
EV-1B EV-1B_F-01 1083 8.540 5.16 S Normandy Style 4.24 Zone D 2-Jan-09 2
EV-1B EV-1B_F_02 3941 7.020 4.51 S Normandy Style 2.20 Zone B 2-Jan-09 3
EV-1B EV-1B-F_03 1184 9.170 4.10 S Normandy Style 4.30 Zone D 2-Jan-09 2
EV-2A 1 44 10.200 0.88 S 24.00 Zone X 1
EV-2A 2 36 10.430 1.03 S 16.62 Zone X 1
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001096

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

EV-2B 102 22300 2.50 5.00 Normandy style 0.00 Final Drainage Report Not Available Zone A 2
FV-1B C1 17 5.79 1.05 S Normandy style 6.15 Flow Master Data Zone D 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C2 23 10.110 0.91 S Normandy style 14.60 Flow Master Data Zone D 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C3 244 8.510 1.55 S Normandy style 5.35 Flow Master Data Zone D 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C4 1185 10.180 1.69 N Normandy style 7.70 Flow Master Data Zone D 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C5 2222 16.320 2.76 S rail-on-post 7.80 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C6 15061 9.330 11.18 S Normandy style 1.70 HEC-RAS Data Zone A 5-Dec-08 3
FV-1B C7 412 2.060 2.27 S Normandy style 0.40 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C8 100 5.450 0.32 S Normandy style 8.93 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C9 299 3.340 3.16 S Normandy style 0.60 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C10 1126 5.420 1.28 S Normandy style 3.20 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C11 402 6.340 0.58 S Normandy style 5.88 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C12 358 5.020 0.29 S Normandy style 8.89 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C13 17065 7.720 13.70 S Normandy style 1.60 HEC-RAS Data Zone A 5-Dec-08 3
FV-1B C14 9600 7.670 10.04 S Normandy style 10.90 HEC-RAS Data Zone A 5-Dec-08 3
FV-1B C15 165 7.980 2.18 S Normandy style 6.54 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C16 260 9.130 3.10 S Normandy style 2.93 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C17 500 11.980 2.56 S rail-on-post 5.80 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C18 45 4.340 0.99 S rail-on-post 3.63 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C19 78 6.530 1.31 S rail-on-post 4.83 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C20 987 5.55 4.10 S rail-on-post 4.10 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C21 5259 10.33 5.22 S rail-on-post 4.10 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 3
FV-1B C22 21.6 4.50 0.56 N Normandy style 6.68 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C23 27.7 4.48 0.68 N Normandy style 2.77 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C24 621.3 9.01 3.78 N rail-on-post 3.50 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C25 66.4 2.38 1.45 N Normandy style 0.62 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C26 48.2 7.51 1.69 N Normandy style 4.14 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C27 22.4 4.70 0.87 N Normandy style 3.40 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C28 632.0 5.19 1.34 S Normandy y style
y 1.70 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C29 119.9 6.57 1.23 S Normandy style 0.350 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C30 58.5 5.83 1.22 S Normandy style 4.410 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C31 11.3 3.14 0.27 S Normandy style 5.100 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C32 85.4 6.54 0.64 S Normandy style 12.400 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C33 132.0 11.08 0.91 S Normandy style 12.090 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C34 144.7 12.79 1.41 S Normandy style 13.160 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C35 22.4 2.77 0.61 S Normandy style 4.680 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C36 28.3 6.83 0.83 S Normandy style 6.940 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C37 115.1 5.12 2.10 S Normandy style 1.340 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C38 12.9 2.07 0.17 S Normandy style 4.680 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C39 24.6 4.66 0.45 S Normandy style 5.270 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C40 25.9 2.92 0.91 S Normandy style 2.400 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C41 105.7 3.30 1.34 S Normandy style 1.450 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C42 16.9 4.93 0.49 S Normandy style 6.540 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C43 51.4 2.94 1.54 S Normandy style 1.310 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C44 32.2 2.15 1.10 S Normandy style 1.350 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C45 978.4 7.15 2.67 S rail-on-post 2.900 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C46 109.5 3.15 0.61 S Normandy style 2.750 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C47 87.3 4.80 0.81 S Normandy style 2.760 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C48 413.9 4.47 1.21 S Normandy style 2.900 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C49 18.3 3.38 0.61 S Normandy style 4.610 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C50 739.6 10.87 1.69 S Normandy style 10.200 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
FV-1B C51 7.9 2.97 0.27 S Normandy style 4.710 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
FV-1B C52 753.2 9.10 1.02 S Normandy style 10.200 Flow Master Data Zone X 5-Dec-08 2
Flow Master Data - Fence Does Not
FV-1B C53 428.9 12.01 2.88 S Normandy style 6.170 Cross Wash Zone X 5-Dec-08 1
Flow Master Data - Fence Does Not
FV-1B C54 9600.4 18.14 7.38 S NO FENCE 3.000 Cross Wash Zone X 5-Dec-08 3

HV-1 F_01 189.0 2.42 1.09 S Normandy style 0.400 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-1 F_02 825.0 2.88 1.58 S Normandy style 0.400 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-1 F_03 1477.0 2.28 0.86 N Normandy style 0.400 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-1 F_04 413.0 1.67 0.50 N Normandy style 0.400 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-1 F_05 1028.0 2.54 1.24 N Normandy style 0.300 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-1 F_06 697.0 1.71 0.72 N Normandy style 0.300 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-1 F_07 690.0 2.63 1.29 N Normandy style 0.400 Appendix B, HV-1 Final Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

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001097

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

HV-2 1 195.0 12.35 0.85 N Normandy style 2.400 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-2 2 230.0 10.31 0.82 N Normandy style 1.400 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-2 3 186.0 17.58 0.81 N Normandy style 6.000 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-2 4 1484.0 10.80 0.98 N Normandy style 1.000 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 2

HV-2 5 320.0 9.49 0.97 N Normandy style 1.000 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-2 6 5136.0 10.79 0.93 N Normandy style 1.000 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 2

HV-2 7 2924.0 21.65 0.97 N Normandy style 4.100 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 2

HV-2 8 3154.0 17.51 0.97 N Normandy style 6.000 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 3

HV-2 9 1670.0 22.61 0.99 N Normandy style 4.700 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 2

HV-2 10 16.0 4.73 0.38 N Normandy style 1.000 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-2 11 73.0 15.05 0.49 N Normandy style 7.700 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1

HV-2 12 490.0 15.61 0.90 N Normandy style 3.300 App B and App C HV-2 Drainage Report Zone X 17-Nov-08 1
HV-3 DA1 845.0 11.93 3.25 N Normandy style 3.100 HEC-RAS HV-3 Drng Rpt Zone X 10-Dec-08 2
HV-3 DA2 300.0 3.79 1.83 N Normandy style 0.470 HEC-RAS HV-3 Drng Rpt Zone X 10-Dec-08 1
sheet flow not analyzed as per HV-3 Drng
HV-3 DA3 322.0 1.00 1.00 N Normandy style 4.000 Rpt Zone X 10-Dec-08 1
HV-3 DA4 824.0 8.03 3.29 S Normandy style 0.880 HEC-RAS HV-3 Drng Rpt Zone X 10-Dec-08 2
HV-3 DA5 1150.0 4.06 2.27 S Normandy style 0.360 HEC-RAS HV-3 Drng Rpt Zone X 10-Dec-08 1
HV-3 DA6 683.0 20.18 3.61 S Normandy style 6.200 HEC-RAS HV-3 Drng Rpt Zone X 10-Dec-08 2
HV-4 1 80.2 3.20 0.67 S Normandy style 1.200 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4
HV 4 2 957.3 8.88 0.91 S Normandy style 6.500 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08
20 Oct 08 1
HV-4 3 954.3 6.18 1.43 S Normandy style 2.000 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 2
HV-4 4 41.2 2.28 0.64 S Normandy style 0.600 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 5 110.2 3.67 1.09 S Normandy style 0.900 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 6 44.7 3.53 0.88 S Normandy style 1.100 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 7 36.9 3.50 0.80 S Normandy style 1.200 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 8 202.1 3.52 1.18 N Normandy style 0.800 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 9 5040.0 5.22 2.73 N Normandy style 0.800 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 2
HV-4 10 137.2 18.97 1.86 S Normandy style 14.500 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 11 36.9 21.49 1.24 S Normandy style 27.500 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 12 221.0 27.72 1.92 S Normandy style 30.000 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 13 507.3 1.57 5.12 S Normandy style 0.050 Table B1 and C2, NRCS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1
HV-4 14 866.6 1.37 2.01 N Normandy style 0.050 Table B1 and HECRAS Zone X 20-Oct-08 1

IV-2 F_01 137.0 4.59 1.18 S Normandy Style 4.200 HEC-RAS Analysis does not show fence Zone X 13-Sep-08 1

IV-2 F_02 9513.0 3.32 5.23 S Normandy Style 0.850 HEC-RAS Analysis does not show fence Zone A 13-Sep-08 3

IV-2 F_03 2662.0 3.10 4.20 S Normandy Style 0.670 HEC-RAS Analysis does not show fence Zone X 13-Sep-08 2

IV-2 F_04 1284.0 3.08 2.72 S Normandy Style 1.100 HEC-RAS Analysis does not show fence Zone X 13-Sep-08 2

IV-2 F_05 602.0 3.40 2.88 S Normandy Style 1.025 HEC-RAS Analysis does not show fence Zone X 13-Sep-08 1

IV-2 F_06 523.0 6.60 3.25 S Normandy Style 4.050 HEC-RAS Analysis does not show fence Zone X 13-Sep-08 2
East Playas Area - massive ponding,
IV-4 1 56922.0 1.00 4.00 S Post on Rail 0.100 stagnant flow Zone A 18-Oct-08 3
JV-1A 1 3868.0 2.43 3.85 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 2
JV-1A 2 105.0 5.05 1.35 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 3 138.0 2.21 1.96 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 4 75.0 1.66 1.72 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 5 117.0 1.29 2.29 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 6 116.0 2.57 1.27 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 7 92.0 5.25 0.94 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 8 48.0 3.18 0.53 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 9 41.0 3.28 0.66 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 10 45.0 3.04 0.69 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 11 27.0 2.90 0.37 S Normandy Style 1.000 Zone X 1
JV-1A 12 2 3.14 0.57 S Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 13 16 4.07 1.02 S Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 14 18 5.13 0.97 S Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 15 21 5.11 1.03 S Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 16 403 2.67 2.47 N Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 17 327 6.9 1.29 N Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 18 252 3.26 0.83 N Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1
JV-1A 19 451 2.54 1.23 N Normandy Style 1 Zone X 1

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001098

Title: Table C-5: VF300 Washes and Data


Date: 5/15/09

Normal Flow Estimated


Q V Slope
Segment Crossing Depth Direction fence Type Notes FEMA Crossing Construction RANK
(cfs) (ft/s) (%)
(ft) (N/S) Start Date

Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B


JV-1B 1 467 0.81 3.17 S Normandy Style 2.53 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 2 361 1.97 3.68 S Normandy Style 2.01 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
JV-1B 3 73 1 1 S Normandy Style 1 minimal flows, values assumed = 1 Zone X 39734 1
JV-1B 4 28 1 1 S Normandy Style 1 minimal flows, values assumed = 1 Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 5 301 1.69 2.91 S Normandy Style 2.82 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 6 887 1.51 4.03 S Normandy Style 2.6 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 7 423 0.57 3.33 S Normandy Style 1.6 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 8 761 2.73 4.02 S Normandy Style 2.35 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 9 737 2.9 4.58 S Normandy Style 1.87 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1

JV-1B 10 1467 5.04 3.65 S Normandy Style 0.56 HEC-RAS 114134 JV-1B Drainage Report Zone X 39734 2
JV-1B 11 6 1 1 S Normandy Style 1 minimal flows, values assumed = 1 Zone X 39734 1
JV-1B 12 2 1 1 S Normandy Style 1 minimal flows, values assumed = 1 Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 13 632 3.81 3.47 S Normandy Style 2.08 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 2
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 14 270 0.87 3.17 S Normandy Style 1.44 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 15 483 1.12 3.51 S Normandy Style 2.39 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 16 1537 2.13 4.77 S Normandy Style 3.57 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 2
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 17 359 1.6 3.75 S Normandy Style 1.5 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 18 2728 2.55 8.45 S Normandy Style 1.29 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 2
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV 1B
JV-1B 19 775 1.29
1 29 5.17
5 17 S N
Normandy
d St
Style
l 0 66
0.66 Drainage
D i Reports
R t Zone
Z X 39734 1

JV-1B 20 2915 3.07 5.27 S Normandy Style 0.1 HEC-RAS 114134 JV-1B Drainage Report Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 21 268 0.78 3.38 S Normandy Style 0.88 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1
Table 8 supplimented w/ flowmaster JV-1B
JV-1B 22 1105 2.45 1.44 S Normandy Style 0.51 Drainage Reports Zone X 39734 1

JV-2 F_01 6253 2.69 1.99 S Normandy Style 0.24 HEC-RAS from JV-2_Final DrngRptTOT Zone A 39734 3

JV-2 F_02 795 3.48 2.46 S Normandy Style 0.19 HEC-RAS from JV-2_Final DrngRptTOT Zone X 39734 1
Normandy Style -
Post on rail last 4
JV-3 1 19620 3.15 8.5 S miles 0.03 HEC-RAS from JV-3 07-30-08.pdf Zone X 39735 2

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001099

Title: Table C-6: Criteria Table used to categorise washes


Date: 5/15/09

MAX MAX Q (CFS)= 100 500 1000 3000 >3000


Velocity MAX FLOW DEPTH (FT)= 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5 1 3 5 >5
(fps) MAX SLOPE %

0.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2

0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2
3
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2

>1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2

0.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2

0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2
5
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

>1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

0.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3
10
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3

>1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3

0.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3
>10
1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 3 3

>1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3

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001100

Table C-7
VF300: List of Category 2 Washes
Normal Flow
FEMA Q V
Segment Crossing Depth fence Type Direction
Crossing (cfs) (ft/s)
(ft) (N/S)
CV-2 16 Zone D 1137 8.7 1.2 rail-on-post & Normandy style S
CV-2A Y6 Zone D 2152 3.8 3.0 Normandy Style N
6 Zone D 5216 4.7 1.9 Normandy Style S
7 Zone D 1480 3.1 2.4 Normandy Style S
12 Zone D 2180 7.7 3.5 Normandy Style S
14 Zone D 975 7.7 3.0 Normandy Style S
15 Zone D 1075 5.2 2.1 Normandy Style S
DV-1 17 Zone D 684 6.9 1.7 Normandy Style S
18 Zone D 771 9.0 3.0 Normandy Style S
19 Zone D 1293 7.0 1.2 Normandy Style S
21 Zone D 516 7.6 2.7 Normandy Style S
22 Zone D 927 6.0 1.3 Normandy Style S
23 Zone D 602 5.8 1.3 Normandy Style S
DV-2 DV-2_F_06 Zone X 1817 5.3 3.7 rail-on-post & Normandy style N
11 and 12 Zone D 8010 4.0 5.3 rail-on-post S
DV-3A
9 Zone D 4690 4.1 2.0 rail-on-post S
Basin 1 Zone D 1650 9.0 3.5 rail-on-post S
Basin 11 Zone D 1760 11.9 3.1 rail-on-post S
Basin 14 Zone D 840 5.8 3.3 rail-on-post S
Basin 15 Zone D 1020 4.9 3.1 rail-on-post S
Basin 17 Zone D 2240 7.7 4.3 rail-on-post S
Basin 19 Zone D 700 3.7 3.2 rail-on-post S
Basin 20 Zone D 1120 8.2 2.8 rail-on-post S
Basin 29 Zone D 1010 5.0 4.3 rail-on-post S
Basin 32 Zone D 10410 3.8 4.9 rail-on-post S
Basin 33 Zone D 970 5.2 3.7 rail-on-post S
Basin 35 Zone D 1100 8.0 3.3 rail-on-post S
DV-4A
Basin 37 Zone D 2030 3.4 2.1 rail-on-post S
Basin 41 Zone D 1930 7.0 3.0 rail-on-post S
Basin 42 Zone D 2140 11.0 3.0 rail-on-post S
Basin 43 Zone D 970 6.3 2.6 rail-on-post S
Basin 44 Zone D 520 7.4 2.8 rail-on-post S
Basin 45 Zone D 1390 7.0 4.7 rail-on-post S
Basin 46 Zone D 1020 7.8 4.3 rail-on-post S
Basin 49 Zone D 740 5.1 2.8 rail-on-post S
Basin 5 Zone D 1000 7.7 2.6 rail-on-post S
Basin 6 Zone D 1980 7.6 2.1 rail-on-post S
Basin 9 Zone D 1250 8.6 3.8 rail-on-post S
8 Zone D 1321 9.6 1.8 Normandy Style N
9 Zone D 816 10.5 1.5 Normandy Style N
12 Zone D 1156 12.5 0.9 Normandy Style N
DV-4B
14 Zone D 1178 15.7 1.8 Normandy Style N
17 Zone D 1187 11.4 1.4 Normandy Style S
21 Zone D 597 8.5 1.2 Normandy Style N
DV-4C Basin 52 Zone D 750 7.1 1.7 Normandy Style S
26 Zone D 2487 7.7 3.0 rail-on-post S
DV-7
39 Zone D 1251 9.1 2.6 rail-on-post N
DV-8 US3 Zone D 1087 8.1 2.7 Steel piles (filled - Grouted) S
35 Zone D 550 5.5 2.1 Normandy Style S
001101

Table C-7
VF300: List of Category 2 Washes
Normal Flow
FEMA Q V
Segment Crossing Depth fence Type Direction
Crossing (cfs) (ft/s)
(ft) (N/S)
38 Zone D 1190 6.4 2.7 Normandy Style S
40 Zone D 1360 6.5 1.8 Normandy Style S
45 Zone D 1580 6.0 1.4 Normandy Style S
52 Zone D 2320 11.3 4.5 Normandy Style S
55 Zone D 2420 14.1 4.2 Normandy Style S
EV-1A
56 Zone D 680 8.3 1.5 Normandy Style S
58 Zone D 880 6.8 2.4 Normandy Style S
59 Zone D 860 8.0 2.0 Normandy Style S
60 Zone D 770 9.6 2.1 Normandy Style S
63 Zone D 2560 13.3 2.4 Normandy Style S
66 Zone D 960 11.7 1.7 Normandy Style S
EV-1B_F-01 Zone D 1083 8.54 5.16 Normandy Style S
EV-1B
EV-1B-F_03 Zone D 1184 9.17 4.1 Normandy Style S
EV-2B 102 Zone A 22300 2.5 5 Normandy Style (blank)
C17 Zone X 500.2 11.98 2.56 rail-on-post S
C20 Zone X 987 5.55 4.1 rail-on-post S
C24 Zone X 621.3 9.01 3.78 rail-on-post N
C28 Zone X 632 5.19 1.34 Normandy Style S
C4 Zone D 1184.5 10.18 1.69 Normandy Style N
FV-1B
C45 Zone X 978.4 7.15 2.67 rail-on-post S
C5 Zone X 2222 16.32 2.76 rail-on-post S
C50 Zone X 739.6 10.87 1.69 Normandy Style S
C52 Zone X 753.2 9.1 1.02 Normandy Style S
C10 Zone X 1126 5.42 1.28 Normandy Style S
4 Zone X 1484 10.8 0.98 Normandy Style N
6 Zone X 5136 10.79 0.93 Normandy Style N
HV-2
7 Zone X 2924 21.65 0.97 Normandy Style N
9 Zone X 1670 22.61 0.99 Normandy Style N
DA1 Zone X 845 11.93 3.25 Normandy Style N
HV-3 DA4 Zone X 824 8.03 3.29 Normandy Style S
DA6 Zone X 683 20.18 3.61 Normandy Style S
3 Zone X 954.3074 6.177627 1.428605 Normandy Style S
HV-4
9 Zone X 5040 5.217178 2.72589 Normandy Style N
F_03 Zone X 2662 3.1 4.2 Normandy Style S
IV-2 F_04 Zone X 1284 3.08 2.72 Normandy Style S
F_06 Zone X 523 6.6 3.25 Normandy Style S
JV-3 1 Zone X 19620 3.15 8.5 mandy Style - Post on rail last 4 S
JV-1A 1 Zone X 3868 2.43 3.85 Normandy Style S
10 Zone X 1467 5.04 3.65 Normandy Style S
13 Zone X 632 3.81 3.47 Normandy Style S
JV-1B
16 Zone X 1537 2.13 4.77 Normandy Style S
18 Zone X 2728 2.55 8.45 Normandy Style S

Zone A Area with 1-percent annual chance floodplain


Zone C Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
Zone D Areas where there are possible but undetermined flood hazards
Zone X Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
001102

Table C-8
VF300: List of category 3 Washes
Segment Crossing fence Type FEMA Crossing
BV-1 100 (blank) Zone A
CV-2 7 -on-post & Normandy st Zone D
1 -on-post & Normandy st Zone D
DV-3A
4 -on-post & Normandy st Zone D
6 Normandy Style Zone D
DV-4B 14 Normandy Style Zone D
A Normandy Style Zone D
17 rail-on-post Zone D
DV-7
35 rail-on-post Zone D
6 Normandy Style Zone D
42 Normandy Style Zone D
EV-1A
53 Normandy Style Zone D
61 Normandy Style Zone D
EV-1B EV-1B_F_02 Normandy Style Zone B
C13 Normandy Style Zone A
C14 Normandy Style Zone A
FV-1B C21 rail-on-post Zone X
C54 NO FENCE Zone X
C6 Normandy Style Zone A
HV-2 8 Normandy Style Zone X
IV-2 F_02 Normandy Style Zone A
IV-4 1 Post on Rail Zone A
JV-2 F_01 Normandy Style Zone A

Zone A Area with 1-percent annual chance floodplain


Zone C Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
Zone D Areas where there are possible but undetermined flood hazards
Zone X Areas outside the 1-percent annual chance floodplain
001103
 
IPT Report

APPENDIX D

Summary
001104
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
San Diego Imperial

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 1


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

1
Se gment A-1 2
h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001105
Wash Location Mapset
V
U 94
Location Map
Legend
San Diego Imperial

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 2


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

2
Se gment A-2A
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001106
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
San Diego Imperial
V
U
94
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 3


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se gment A-2D
48+63 52+13
25+22
36+35 38+28 39+02
h h h 60+57

1+37 6+95
Segment A-2C
h h hh
Se gment A-2B h h h 16+03

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001107
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Imperial
San Diego
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 4


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

V
U
94

U
V
94

V
U
94

Se gment A-2F

h 100

Se gment A-2E
h 5+44

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001108
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
San Diego Imperial

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 5


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se gment A-2H
Segment A-2G
2 8
hh h9

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001109
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Imperial
San Diego
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 6


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se gment A-2J

Se gment A-2I 7+67 16+29


h
40+00
h 51+75

1+56
h h
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001110
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Imperial
San Diego
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 7


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

J5 (70+50)

J2 (47+09) Se gment A-2K h


h
J1 (38+30)
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001111
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend



8
San Diego
Imperial
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 8


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se gment A-2N

h 3

Segment A-2L
J9 (66+39)
J6 (23+48) h
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001112
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Imperial
San Diego
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 9


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se gment BV-1
100
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001113 Imperial
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Maricopa
Legend
Yuma
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 10


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Pima

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Seg
m ent
CV-2

h7

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Seg
Üm ent C
V-2
001114 Imperial
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Maricopa
Legend
Yuma
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 11


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Pima

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Seg
m ent C
V-2

13
h

Se g
m ent C
V-2
16
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001115
Wash Location Mapset Location Map Maricopa
Legend
Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 12 Pima

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se g
m ent C
V-2A

Y6
h
Se g
m ent
CV-
2A

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Se g
m ent
CV-3

Ü
001116
Maricopa
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 13 Pima

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

6
h Se g
m ent
DV-
1

h7

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001117 Maricopa
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Pima

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 14


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

12
h
Se g
m ent
DV-
1

14
h

15

Ü
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


001118 Maricopa
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 15


Pima
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

17
h 18
h Se g
m ent
DV-
1

19
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001119 Maricopa Pinal
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Pima

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 16


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

21
h Se g
m ent D
V-1

22
h

23
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001120
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Pima

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 17


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

V
U
85

W22
h

W14-W17
h W13
h Seg
m ent D
-2

W2 W1
hh

Ü
E6
h E8
h h E9
0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles
001121
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Yuma

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 18 Pima

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

E8
h h E9

E16
h h E17
E19
E20 Segme
hh nt D
-2

E29 E30
hh E31 E32 E33
h hh

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001122
Wash Location Mapset Yuma
Location Map
Legend
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Pima

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 19


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se g
m ent D
V-2
DV-2_F_06

Ü
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


001123
Wash Location Mapset Yuma
Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 20


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

1
h
Se g
m ent
DV-3
A

2
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Seg
m ent
DV-3 Ü
001124
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 21


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
Santa Cruz
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

9
h

Se g
m ent D
V-3

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


h
11and12
Ü
001125
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 22


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Santa Cruz

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

1
h

Se g
m ent D
V-4A

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


h
5

h
6

Ü
001126
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 23


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Santa Cruz

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

9
h
Seg
m ent D
V-4A
h 11
14
h
15
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


h
17

Ü
001127
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 24


PF225 Fence
Santa Cruz
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

20
h
29
h

Se g
m ent D
V-4A

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001128
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 25


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Santa Cruz

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se g
m ent
DV-4
A

32
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001129
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 26


PF225 Fence
Santa Cruz
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

33
h
Se g
m ent
DV-
4A

35
h
37
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


h
41
Ü
001130
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 27


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Santa Cruz

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Ü
42
h Se g
m ent D
V-4A
h 43

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


001131
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 28


PF225 Fence
Santa Cruz
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

44
h
45
h Se g
m ent D
V-4A

46
h

Ü
49
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


001132
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 29


PF225 Fence Santa Cruz
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segm
e nt D
V-4A

52 Segm e
nt D
h V-4C

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Seg
m ent
DV-
4B Ü
001133
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 30


PF225 Fence Santa Cruz

VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Se g
m ent D
V-4B

14
h

12
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001134
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 31


Santa Cruz
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

9
h 8
h

Se g
m ent
DV-
4B

Ü
6
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


001135
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 32


Santa Cruz
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

2
h
Se g
m ent
D V-4B
h 21

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001136
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 33


Santa Cruz
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

17
h

Se g
m ent D
V-4B

Ü
14
h Se g
m ent D
V-4B

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


001137
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Cochise

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 34 Santa Cruz

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

17
h
Se g
m ent
DV-
7

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001138
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Pima
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 35


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

M1 Segment D-5
M2 M3 M4 US1
h h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001139
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 36


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment D-5 Segment D-5A


US8 US9 US10 US11 1
US4 US5 US6 M5 US7

hh h h h h M6 h h hh h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001140
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 37


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

U
V
189

Segment D-5A
2 3 4
hh h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001141
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing


U
V
82
Figure 38
PF225
89 Fence
t
u
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment D-5B 25c 26 27 28 29 31 32


8 9 10 20a

h
1
h hh h h hh h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001142
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima

Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 39


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment D-5B
Segment D-5B 46 47a 47b 48a 58 59
40 43 43.5

h h h h 44 h hh h h hhh
55 57

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001143
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Cochise

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 40 Santa Cruz

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

1 3 4 Segment D-6 Segment DV-8

h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001144
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 41


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment DV-8 US3 Segment DV-8

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001145
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Pima

Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 42


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment EV-1B Segment EV-1A


EV-1B_F_02
h EV-1B_F_01
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001146
Wash Location Mapset Pima
Location Map
Legend
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz
Cochise

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 43


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment EV-1A 28
35
h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001147
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 44


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment EV-1A
40 42 45
h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001148
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 45


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment EV-1A
52 53
h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001149
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 46


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

55 Segment EV-1A 58 59 60 61
56
h h h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001150
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Cochise

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 47 Santa Cruz

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

EV-1B
63
Segment EV-1A 66 EV-1B_F_03 Segment

h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001151
Wash Location Mapset Pima
Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 48


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment EV-2A 2 Segment E-2A 4 5


3
h 1
h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001152
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 49


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment E-2A
6
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001153
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 50


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment E-2A Segment EV-2B 102 Segment E-2B M1


7
h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001154
Wash Location Mapset Pima
Location Map
Legend
Cochise

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 51


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

M4 M5 M7 M8 Segment E-2B M11 M13 M14


h h h h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001155
Wash Location Mapset Pima
Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 52


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

M15 Segment E-2B M16 M19 M21

h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001156
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 53


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

US2 Segment E-3 US4 US5


h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001157
Wash Location Mapset Pima Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 54


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

M1 M2B Segment E-3 M4


h h h M3
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001158
Wash Location Mapset Pima V
U
Location Map
80

Legend
Cochise Hidalgo

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Santa Cruz

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 55


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

1-4 5 Segment F-1

h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001159 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 56


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment FV-1A Segment FV-1B 4


h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001160 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 57


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

5 Segment FV-1B
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001161 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 58


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment FV-1B
10
h 6
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001162 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 59


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

13 14 Segment FV-1B
h h h 17

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001163 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Hidalgo

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 60


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment FV-1B 21 Segment FV-1B


24
h 20
h h h
28

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001164 Grant Luna
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 61


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

45 Segment FV-1B
50 52
h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001165 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Luna

Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 62


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

B
-1
tFV
en
gm
Se
54
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001166 Grant Luna
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 63


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

4 Segment HV-2 6
h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001167 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Luna

Legend
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Cochise Hidalgo

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 64


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

7 Segment HV-2 9
h h 8
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
Wash Location Mapset
001168 Grant
Luna
Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
Category 3 Wash Crossing
Figure 65
k
k Category 2 Wash Crossing
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment HV-3 DA4


DA1
k k

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001169 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Luna

Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 66


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment HV-3 DA6


h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001170 Grant
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Luna

Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 67


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment HV-4
h3

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001171 Grant Luna
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Cochise Hidalgo
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 68


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

9 Segment HV-4

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001172
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Grant
Luna Dona Ana
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 69


Hidalgo
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

F_02 Segment IV-2 F_03


h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001173
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Grant Luna Dona Ana
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 70


Hidalgo
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

F_04 Segment IV-2 F_06

h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001174
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Grant
Luna Dona Ana
h Category 3 Wash Crossing El Paso

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 71 El Paso

PF225 Fence
Hidalgo
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

3 Segment I-1A 4
h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001175
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend
Grant Dona Ana
Luna
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 72 V


U
9
El Paso

PF225 Fence
Hidalgo
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment I-1B Segment IV-4B Segment JV-1A


h1

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001176
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

Grant Luna Dona Ana


h Category 3 Wash Crossing V
U
9

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 73 El Paso

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence Hidalgo

International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment JV-1A Segment JV-1B

h1

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001177
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero
Luna Dona Ana

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 74 El Paso

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

V
U
9

10 13 Segment JV-1B 16
h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001178
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Luna Dona Ana

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 75 El Paso

PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

V
U
9

18 Segment JV-1B

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001179
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

h Category 3 Wash Crossing Luna Dona Ana

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 76


El Paso
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment JV-2 F-01


h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001180
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

h Category 3 Wash Crossing


V
U
h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 77
9
Luna Dona Ana

El Paso
PF225 Fence Hudspeth

VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

Segment JV-2 1 Segment JV-3 3

h h 2
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001181
V
U
9
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero
Luna Dona Ana
h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 78


El Paso
PF225 Fence
Hudspeth
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

7 Segment JV-3 8
4 5 6
h h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001182
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

Luna Dona Ana

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 79


El Paso
PF225 Fence
Hudspeth
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

9 10 Segment JV-3 11 12
h h h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
Wash Location Mapset
001183
Location Map
Legend Otero
Luna Dona Ana
Category 3 Wash Crossing
Figure 80
k
k Category 2 Wash Crossing
El Paso
PF225 Fence
Hudspeth
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

13 Segment JV-3 1 16 17
14
k k k k k

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001184
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

Luna Dona Ana

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 81


El Paso
PF225 Fence
Hudspeth
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

18 19 20 21 Segment JV-3 22 Segment J-1


23
h h hh h h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
001185
Wash Location Mapset Location Map
Legend Otero

Luna Dona Ana

h Category 3 Wash Crossing

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 82


El Paso
PF225 Fence
Hudspeth
VF300 Fence Se
g me
tK n
International Border (for -1reference
A only, not surveyed)

U
V
20

B
h

Se gm e
nt K-1B

t
u
85




10

Ü
Se
g me
nt
K-
1C

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


V
U
375
001186
Wash Location Mapset El Paso
Location Map
Legend
h Category 3 Wash Crossing Hudspeth
Culberson

h Category 2 Wash Crossing Figure 83


PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
Jeff Davis
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)
Presidio

Se g
m ent
L -1

4
1
h
h

6
h

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


Ü
Wash Location Mapset
001187

Legend Pima
Location Map

Cochise
k Category 3 Wash Crossing
Santa Cruz 82
U
V
k Category 2 Wash Crossing
PF225 Fence
VF300 Fence
International Border (for reference only, not surveyed)

189
U
V

89
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19

89
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Nogales Wash
1

k k

0 0.25 0.5 1 Miles


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001188

TABLE D-9:
Summary of Total Washes per Category and Location
PF 225 VF-300
Category 2 Category 3 Category 2 Category 3
TOTAL Washes 106 21 92 22
TOTAL Washes in CA 24 6 0 1
TOTAL Washes in AZ 77 15 74 17
TOTAL Washes in NM 2 0 18 4
TOTAL Washes in TX 3 0 0 0
TOTAL washes in San Diego Sector 24 6 0 0
TOTAL washes in El Centro Sector 0 0 0 1
TOTAL washes in Yuma 0 0 2 1
TOTAL washes in Tuscon 77 15 72 16
TOTAL washes in El Paso 2 0 18 4
TOTAL washes in Marfa 3 0 0 0
001189

TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
PF225 1 3 A‐1 32.56163476300 ‐116.82917508700
PF225 2 3 A‐1 32.56156584200 ‐116.80583198400
VF300 100 3 BV‐1 32.63468346630 ‐115.89682575900
VF300 7 3 CV‐2 32.21887452250 ‐113.90889914300
VF300 1 3 DV‐3A 31.75762643880 ‐112.41853496100
VF300 2 3 DV‐3A 31.75251806090 ‐112.40095747600
VF300 EV‐1B_F_02 3 EV‐1B 31.33318886780 ‐110.66600287300
VF300 102 3 EV‐2B 31.33418719230 ‐110.14813371700
VF300 6 3 FV‐1B 31.33398147560 ‐109.30211030600
VF300 13 3 FV‐1B 31.33385788670 ‐109.25991564100
VF300 14 3 FV‐1B 31.33389741260 ‐109.25281190800
VF300 21 3 FV‐1B 31.33356856620 ‐109.20832281800
VF300 54 3 FV‐1B 31.33274491510 ‐109.08956773100
PF225 W13 3 D‐2 31.88435432220 ‐112.83148286600
PF225 M5 3 D‐5 31.33238187430 ‐111.04304135000
PF225 M6 3 D‐5 31.33244822210 ‐111.03183209000
PF225 US7 3 D‐5 31.33238280050 ‐111.03600991200
PF225 2 3 D‐5A 31.33257721310 ‐110.99920894900
PF225 10 3 D‐5B 31.33302358910 ‐110.91327978800
PF225 28 3 D‐5B 31.33323932180 ‐110.88968909600
PF225 44 3 D‐5B 31.33350628990 ‐110.86842160000
PF225 5 3 E‐2A 31.33376253340 ‐110.22795108500
PF225 7 3 E‐2A 31.33399761270 ‐110.15902205600
PF225 M1 3 E‐3 31.33409433720 ‐109.79076712100
PF225 1‐4 3 F‐1 31.33405616040 ‐109.62951545600
VF300 8 3 HV‐2 31.33230894110 ‐108.80529265200
VF300 F_02 3 IV‐2 31.78379525820 ‐108.07782828900
VF300 1 3 IV‐4 31.78400399670 ‐107.43319247200
VF300 F‐01 3 JV‐2 31.78390554940 ‐107.06197823800
PF225 J6 (23+48) 3 A‐2L 32.61296600980 ‐116.17581198800
PF225 52+13 3 A‐2D 32.58076484520 ‐116.57443482200
VF300 13 3 CV‐2 32.20863789920 ‐113.87594089300
PF225 M8 3 E‐2B 31.33394643710 ‐110.10132644700
PF225 M16 3 E‐2B 31.33387759660 ‐110.05769467700
VF300 42 3 EV‐1A 31.33301840200 ‐110.42394963800
VF300 53 3 EV‐1A 31.33314538640 ‐110.38349240100
VF300 61 3 EV‐1A 31.33342475210 ‐110.33234307500
VF300 14 3 DV‐4B 31.52139724450 ‐111.66544230400
VF300 6 3 DV‐4B 31.55840644630 ‐111.78260626000
PF225 1 3 A‐1 32.56163476300 ‐116.82917508700
PF225 2 3 A‐1 32.56156584200 ‐116.80583198400
VF300 100 3 BV‐1 32.63468346630 ‐115.89682575900
VF300 7 3 CV‐2 32.21887452250 ‐113.90889914300
001190

TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
VF300 1 3 DV‐3A 31.75762643880 ‐112.41853496100
VF300 2 3 DV‐3A 31.75251806090 ‐112.40095747600
VF300 EV‐1B_F_02 3 EV‐1B 31.33318886780 ‐110.66600287300
VF300 102 3 EV‐2B 31.33418719230 ‐110.14813371700
VF300 6 3 FV‐1B 31.33398147560 ‐109.30211030600
VF300 13 3 FV‐1B 31.33385788670 ‐109.25991564100
VF300 14 3 FV‐1B 31.33389741260 ‐109.25281190800
VF300 21 3 FV‐1B 31.33356856620 ‐109.20832281800
VF300 54 3 FV‐1B 31.33274491510 ‐109.08956773100
PF225 W13 3 D‐2 31.88435432220 ‐112.83148286600
PF225 M5 3 D‐5 31.33238187430 ‐111.04304135000
PF225 M6 3 D‐5 31.33244822210 ‐111.03183209000
PF225 US7 3 D‐5 31.33238280050 ‐111.03600991200
PF225 2 3 D‐5A 31.33257721310 ‐110.99920894900
PF225 10 3 D‐5B 31.33302358910 ‐110.91327978800
PF225 28 3 D‐5B 31.33323932180 ‐110.88968909600
PF225 44 3 D‐5B 31.33350628990 ‐110.86842160000
PF225 5 3 E‐2A 31.33376253340 ‐110.22795108500
PF225 7 3 E‐2A 31.33399761270 ‐110.15902205600
PF225 M1 3 E‐3 31.33409433720 ‐109.79076712100
PF225 1‐4 3 F‐1 31.33405616040 ‐109.62951545600
VF300 8 3 HV‐2 31.33230894110 ‐108.80529265200
VF300 F_02 3 IV‐2 31.78379525820 ‐108.07782828900
VF300 1 3 IV‐4 31.78400399670 ‐107.43319247200
VF300 F‐01 3 JV‐2 31.78390554940 ‐107.06197823800
PF225 J6 (23+48) 3 A‐2L 32.61296600980 ‐116.17581198800
PF225 52+13 3 A‐2D 32.58076484520 ‐116.57443482200
VF300 13 3 CV‐2 32.20863789920 ‐113.87594089300
PF225 M8 3 E‐2B 31.33394643710 ‐110.10132644700
PF225 M16 3 E‐2B 31.33387759660 ‐110.05769467700
VF300 42 3 EV‐1A 31.33301840200 ‐110.42394963800
VF300 53 3 EV‐1A 31.33314538640 ‐110.38349240100
VF300 61 3 EV‐1A 31.33342475210 ‐110.33234307500
VF300 14 3 DV‐4B 31.52139724450 ‐111.66544230400
VF300 6 3 DV‐4B 31.55840644630 ‐111.78260626000
PF225 2 2 A‐2A 32.57315840390 ‐116.66616749700
PF225 1+37 2 A‐2C 32.57942533480 ‐116.59075689300
PF225 6+95 2 A‐2C 32.57954736410 ‐116.58899875200
PF225 16+03 2 A‐2C 32.57980869100 ‐116.58618363700
PF225 25+22 2 A‐2C 32.58005507070 ‐116.58341296000
PF225 36+35 2 A‐2D 32.58036492670 ‐116.57949734400
PF225 38+28 2 A‐2D 32.58043222730 ‐116.57868374100
PF225 39+02 2 A‐2D 32.58043148770 ‐116.57846319200
001191

TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
PF225 48+63 2 A‐2D 32.58063428350 ‐116.57629806300
PF225 60+57 2 A‐2D 32.58103821280 ‐116.57151289200
PF225 5+44 2 A‐2E 32.58240954320 ‐116.55587962700
PF225 100 2 A‐2F 32.58444431680 ‐116.53056964400
PF225 2 2 A‐2G 32.59249582040 ‐116.43582111800
PF225 8 2 A‐2G 32.59253222800 ‐116.43532529100
PF225 9 2 A‐2G 32.59250216930 ‐116.43323204900
PF225 51+75 2 A‐2J 32.60516205870 ‐116.27369367400
PF225 40+00 2 A‐2I 32.60474246180 ‐116.27970722300
PF225 7+67 2 A‐2I 32.60430254050 ‐116.28508392200
PF225 1+56 2 A‐2I 32.60382212250 ‐116.29137316400
PF225 16+29 2 A‐2I 32.60447517220 ‐116.28303578100
PF225 J1 (38+30) 2 A‐2K 32.60965823850 ‐116.21732187500
PF225 J2 (47+09) 2 A‐2K 32.61008574230 ‐116.21213788200
PF225 J5 (70+50) 2 A‐2K 32.61093895440 ‐116.20158864100
PF225 J9 (66+39) 2 A‐2L 32.61365754100 ‐116.16696770800
PF225 3 2 A‐2N 32.61603446680 ‐116.13754667000
VF300 16 2 CV‐2 32.20340322940 ‐113.85857531500
VF300 DV‐2_F_06 2 DV‐2 31.78377866160 ‐112.50371991100
VF300 9 2 DV‐3B 31.73676281800 ‐112.35172534500
VF300 11and12 2 DV‐3B 31.72597066400 ‐112.31626438700
VF300 1 2 DV‐4A 31.68986732320 ‐112.19996300000
VF300 5 2 DV‐4A 31.68182085660 ‐112.17441544800
VF300 6 2 DV‐4A 31.68125073260 ‐112.17257301600
VF300 9 2 DV‐4A 31.67680914180 ‐112.15836640100
VF300 11 2 DV‐4A 31.67381869870 ‐112.14867149600
VF300 14 2 DV‐4A 31.67183907250 ‐112.14241064600
VF300 15 2 DV‐4A 31.67052481300 ‐112.13838479800
VF300 17 2 DV‐4A 31.66677893900 ‐112.12676559600
VF300 20 2 DV‐4A 31.66275150440 ‐112.11357136200
VF300 29 2 DV‐4A 31.66078757210 ‐112.10724112400
VF300 32 2 DV‐4A 31.64361574460 ‐112.05313749600
VF300 33 2 DV‐4A 31.63568298030 ‐112.02768024200
VF300 35 2 DV‐4A 31.63266280130 ‐112.01777024000
VF300 37 2 DV‐4A 31.62996251070 ‐112.00891615300
VF300 41 2 DV‐4A 31.62546653150 ‐111.99498398000
VF300 42 2 DV‐4A 31.61446635200 ‐111.95982067300
VF300 43 2 DV‐4A 31.61359960350 ‐111.95707067700
VF300 44 2 DV‐4A 31.60918913040 ‐111.94341890800
VF300 45 2 DV‐4A 31.60701068910 ‐111.93677853400
VF300 46 2 DV‐4A 31.60319994390 ‐111.92438093600
VF300 49 2 DV‐4A 31.60015000670 ‐111.91462606200
VF300 52 2 DV‐4C 31.59151798180 ‐111.88776280900
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TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
VF300 17 2 DV‐7 31.43109867130 ‐111.38207617700
VF300 US3 2 DV‐8 31.33364905850 ‐110.77910485400
VF300 EV‐1B_F_01 2 EV‐1B 31.33328124210 ‐110.68280767300
VF300 EV‐1B_F_03 2 EV‐1B 31.33358471790 ‐110.29507487700
VF300 4 2 FV‐1B 31.33404944840 ‐109.37455807000
VF300 5 2 FV‐1B 31.33409648310 ‐109.34114691500
VF300 10 2 FV‐1B 31.33386112340 ‐109.27399294100
VF300 17 2 FV‐1B 31.33364253580 ‐109.22324815900
VF300 20 2 FV‐1B 31.33360840050 ‐109.21185994400
VF300 24 2 FV‐1B 31.33342281030 ‐109.20161326800
VF300 28 2 FV‐1B 31.33319314070 ‐109.18059552100
VF300 50 2 FV‐1B 31.33297998230 ‐109.13387520100
VF300 45 2 FV‐1B 31.33302499950 ‐109.15340812200
VF300 52 2 FV‐1B 31.33287302280 ‐109.13153896400
PF225 W22 2 D‐2 31.89021448230 ‐112.85083994000
PF225 W14‐W17 2 D‐2 31.88546213890 ‐112.83499919000
PF225 W2 2 D2 31.88052099910 ‐112.81895532000
PF225 W1 2 D2 31.88032156140 ‐112.81829766600
PF225 E6 2 D2 31.87845266810 ‐112.81193783100
PF225 E8 2 D‐2 31.87723533010 ‐112.80809030800
PF225 E9 2 D‐2 31.87674114090 ‐112.80640444000
PF225 E16 2 D‐2 31.87342669460 ‐112.79558310200
PF225 E17 2 D‐2 31.87314375970 ‐112.79467423100
PF225 E19 2 D‐2 31.87166090330 ‐112.78977096400
PF225 E20 2 D‐2 31.87143729940 ‐112.78895818300
PF225 E29 2 D‐2 31.86795652930 ‐112.77745503300
PF225 E30 2 D‐2 31.86782758930 ‐112.77714152400
PF225 E31 2 D‐2 31.86742876840 ‐112.77584049200
PF225 E32 2 D‐2 31.86704269130 ‐112.77456666400
PF225 E33 2 D‐2 31.86695062860 ‐112.77429313700
PF225 M1 2 D‐5 31.33269368270 ‐111.07609293300
PF225 M2 2 D‐5 31.33231598430 ‐111.07403371400
PF225 M3 2 D‐5 31.33235513880 ‐111.06675918200
PF225 M4 2 D‐5 31.33234824900 ‐111.05985301800
PF225 US1 2 D‐5 31.33233186140 ‐111.05242297400
PF225 US4 2 D‐5 31.33234064360 ‐111.04701400800
PF225 US5 2 D‐5 31.33231826110 ‐111.04628990500
PF225 US6 2 D‐5 31.33232537890 ‐111.04498352600
PF225 US8 2 D‐5 31.33251158870 ‐111.02419205400
PF225 US9 2 D‐5 31.33252097560 ‐111.02248487500
PF225 US10 2 D‐5 31.33252389220 ‐111.02050357200
PF225 US11 2 D‐5 31.33252498100 ‐111.01970957200
PF225 1 2 D‐5A 31.33262408520 ‐111.01069465000
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TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
PF225 3 2 D‐5A 31.33256551680 ‐110.99826189400
PF225 4 2 D‐5A 31.33253437020 ‐110.99602028100
PF225 1 2 D‐5B 31.33292971210 ‐110.92461461800
PF225 8 2 D‐5B 31.33301748400 ‐110.91512038600
PF225 9 2 D‐5B 31.33302129300 ‐110.91407527800
PF225 20a 2 D‐5B 31.33308467730 ‐110.90627113400
PF225 25c 2 D‐5B 31.33322288140 ‐110.89420222400
PF225 26 2 D‐5B 31.33324741380 ‐110.89172627500
PF225 27 2 D‐5B 31.33322559600 ‐110.89089597300
PF225 29 2 D‐5B 31.33326083720 ‐110.88752524400
PF225 31 2 D‐5B 31.33330813370 ‐110.88627460500
PF225 32 2 D‐5B 31.33333058210 ‐110.88413148900
PF225 40 2 D‐5B 31.33337694050 ‐110.87764114300
PF225 43 2 D‐5B 31.33342639010 ‐110.87308433700
PF225 43.5 2 D‐5B 31.33346025920 ‐110.87006720800
PF225 46 2 D‐5B 31.33353795000 ‐110.86498877200
PF225 47a 2 D‐5B 31.33355193970 ‐110.86267697200
PF225 47b 2 D‐5B 31.33355012330 ‐110.86237478700
PF225 48a 2 D‐5B 31.33359365600 ‐110.85904743600
PF225 55 2 D‐5B 31.33368857330 ‐110.84262720700
PF225 57 2 D‐5B 31.33368205210 ‐110.84138010600
PF225 58 2 D‐5B 31.33367070860 ‐110.84040361900
PF225 59 2 D‐5B 31.33367914570 ‐110.83946742400
PF225 1 2 D‐6 31.33365785720 ‐110.83281272000
PF225 3 2 D‐6 31.33364384210 ‐110.82884601900
PF225 4 2 D‐6 31.33360739240 ‐110.82698859100
PF225 1 2 E‐2A 31.33374713690 ‐110.25133961300
PF225 2 2 E‐2A 31.33378919100 ‐110.24860337700
PF225 3 2 E‐2A 31.33372835280 ‐110.24140202000
PF225 4 2 E‐2A 31.33375599180 ‐110.23285883400
PF225 6 2 E‐2A 31.33372023890 ‐110.20285695000
PF225 M14 2 E‐2B 31.33393516230 ‐110.07450899400
PF225 US2 2 E‐3 31.33411682970 ‐109.85306110100
PF225 US5 2 E‐3 31.33411606280 ‐109.83149698800
PF225 M2B 2 E‐3 31.33399500530 ‐109.77946884900
PF225 M3 2 E‐3 31.33399748650 ‐109.77181108700
PF225 M4 2 E‐3 31.33402600550 ‐109.76898246500
PF225 5 2 F‐1 31.33403530930 ‐109.62489298000
PF225 3 2 I‐1A 31.78379883460 ‐107.60200831500
PF225 4 2 I‐1A 31.78369507950 ‐107.59239847300
PF225 1 2 L‐1 30.98538327580 ‐105.54328751400
PF225 4 2 L‐1 30.98593762000 ‐105.53386364700
PF225 6 2 L‐1 30.98070889380 ‐105.52853421700
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TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
PF225 B 2 K‐1 31.76761222780 ‐106.51124152800
VF300 4 2 HV‐2 31.33240424640 ‐108.86616732300
VF300 6 2 HV‐2 31.33235922730 ‐108.83247983300
VF300 7 2 HV‐2 31.33234593740 ‐108.82220336800
VF300 9 2 HV‐2 31.33233357050 ‐108.79363455000
VF300 DA1 2 HV‐3 31.33314049910 ‐108.70697567800
VF300 DA4 2 HV‐3 31.33336534990 ‐108.66838371700
VF300 DA6 2 HV‐3 31.33340335530 ‐108.62004709600
VF300 3 2 HV‐4 31.33355224500 ‐108.56063376300
VF300 9 2 HV‐4 31.33341087510 ‐108.50738317800
VF300 F_03 2 IV‐2 31.78379638800 ‐108.05117952900
VF300 F_04 2 IV‐2 31.78367610240 ‐107.98759134800
VF300 F_06 2 IV‐2 31.78384633880 ‐107.96357875600
VF300 10 2 JV‐1B 31.78374842260 ‐107.20477927000
VF300 13 2 JV‐1B 31.78371344720 ‐107.20148755100
VF300 16 2 JV‐1B 31.78372615930 ‐107.18391074000
VF300 18 2 JV‐1B` 31.78371394440 ‐107.14907895400
VF300 1 2 JV‐1A 31.78379148900 ‐107.27741859300
VF300 1 2 JV‐3 31.78383603390 ‐106.89966798900
VF300 2 2 JV‐3 31.78384224280 ‐106.89163246500
VF300 3 2 JV‐3 31.78387695820 ‐106.88801109200
VF300 4 2 JV‐3 31.78386298300 ‐106.86718728000
VF300 5 2 JV‐3 31.78381985130 ‐106.85694903100
VF300 6 2 JV‐3 31.78382539780 ‐106.84288641800
VF300 7 2 JV‐3 31.78400739330 ‐106.83506053300
VF300 8 2 JV‐3 31.78399370820 ‐106.82763711800
VF300 9 2 JV‐3 31.78405275530 ‐106.81830192800
VF300 10 2 JV‐3 31.78398485710 ‐106.80238248300
VF300 11 2 JV‐3 31.78396725170 ‐106.78650731700
VF300 12 2 JV‐3 31.78395175130 ‐106.78110252200
VF300 13 2 JV‐3 31.78392461300 ‐106.76274272300
VF300 14 2 JV‐3 31.78386215400 ‐106.75277464100
VF300 1 2 JV‐3 31.78387836150 ‐106.73899075200
VF300 16 2 JV‐3 31.78387491270 ‐106.73575505100
VF300 17 2 JV‐3 31.78387727060 ‐106.73099586300
VF300 18 2 JV‐3 31.78391052360 ‐106.72661777000
VF300 19 2 JV‐3 31.78392539930 ‐106.72440798900
VF300 20 2 JV‐3 31.78393388480 ‐106.72132330000
VF300 21 2 JV‐3 31.78393060650 ‐106.72048611000
VF300 22 2 JV‐3 31.78388968210 ‐106.71162026300
VF300 23 2 JV‐3 31.78382418640 ‐106.70047310200
PF 225 M1 2 E‐2B 31.33413333300 ‐110.13438333300
PF 225 US4 2 E‐3 31.33405090820 ‐109.83413570100
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TABLE D-10:
Longitude and Lattitude of Washes
Fence_Type Wash_ID Category Segment Latitude Longitude
PF225 M4 2 E‐2B 31.33396610580 ‐110.11755313800
PF225 M5 2 E‐2B 31.33394643710 ‐110.11281297800
PF225 M7 2 E‐2B 31.33394643710 ‐110.10319497500
PF225 M11 2 E‐2B 31.33390382150 ‐110.09278366800
PF225 M13 2 E‐2B 31.33390382150 ‐110.07828126700
PF225 M15 2 E‐2B 31.33387759660 ‐110.06364774200
PF225 M19 2 E‐2B 31.33387759660 ‐110.04156633000
PF225 M21 2 E‐2B 31.33393004650 ‐110.03097144700
PF225 35 2 EV‐1A 31.33287275860 ‐110.47376347200
PF225 28 2 EV‐1A 31.33295464360 ‐110.44973021800
PF225 40 2 EV‐1A 31.33307747110 ‐110.43875762600
PF225 45 2 EV‐1A 31.33303652860 ‐110.41357798200
PF225 52 2 EV‐1A 31.33315935620 ‐110.38684252300
PF225 55 2 EV‐1A 31.33332312620 ‐110.35781428300
PF225 56 2 EV‐1A 31.33328218370 ‐110.35363814700
PF225 58 2 EV‐1A 31.33332312620 ‐110.34508116300
PF225 59 2 EV‐1A 31.33332312620 ‐110.34164199200
PF225 60 2 EV‐1A 31.33340501120 ‐110.33464082200
PF225 63 2 EV‐1A 31.33344595370 ‐110.31965586400
PF225 66 2 EV‐1A 31.33348689620 ‐110.30598106500
PF225 6 2 DV‐1 32.02298822690 ‐113.28183068900
PF225 7 2 DV‐1 32.02097711640 ‐113.27577308000
PF225 12 2 DV‐1 32.00604253080 ‐113.22788565300
PF225 14 2 DV‐1 32.00244575390 ‐113.21709532200
PF225 15 2 DV‐1 31.99956833240 ‐113.20745596000
PF225 17 2 DV‐1 31.99183739440 ‐113.18226146100
PF225 18 2 DV‐1 31.99091843930 ‐113.17938972600
PF225 19 2 DV‐1 31.98862105130 ‐113.17157860700
PF225 21 2 DV‐1 31.98046532410 ‐113.14642220900
PF225 22 2 DV‐1 31.97759358910 ‐113.13723265700
PF225 23 2 DV‐1 31.97426237660 ‐113.12666467300
VF300 21 2 DV‐4B 31.54203576670 ‐111.73071269200
VF300 17 2 DV‐4B 31.53192883610 ‐111.69865079100
VF300 2 2 DV‐4B 31.54498716030 ‐111.73997030100
VF300 8 2 DV‐4B 31.56702706360 ‐111.80999689200
VF300 9 2 DV‐4B 31.56830104650 ‐111.81394623900
VF300 12 2 DV‐4B 31.57445863020 ‐111.83322584600
VF300 14 2 DV‐4B 31.57760112130 ‐111.84329031000
VF300 Y6 2 CV‐2A 32.14580696000 ‐113.67451266500
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APPENDIX E

Site Photos and Forms


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (4), Looking South, Photo1
001241

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (4), Looking North, Photo2
001242

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking East, Photo 3
001243

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (4), Looking West, Photo 4
001244

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking South, Photo 5
001245

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking SW , Photo 6


001246

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking West, Photo 7
001247

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking East, Photo 8
001248

SAN DIEGO SECTOR:Segment A-2N , Wash (9), Looking South, Photo 9


001249

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking South, Photo 10
001250

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking North, Photo 11
001251

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking to the watershed , Photo 12
001252

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking to the watershed, Photo 13
001253

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment A-2N , Wash (3), Looking to the watershed, Photo 14
001254

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J8(59+24), Looking South, Photo 15
001255

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J8 & J9 (59+24), Looking East, Photo 16
001256

Segment A-2L , Wash J8 & J9 (59+24), Looking West, Photo 17 17


001257

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J8 7 J9 (59+24), Looking North, Photo 18
001258

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J8 & J9 (59+24), Looking North, Photo 19
001259

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J8 & J9 (59+24), Looking South, Photo 20
001260

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J8 & J9 (59+24), Looking West, Photo 21
001261

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J6(23+48), Looking South, Photo 22
001262

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J6(23+48), Looking North, Photo 23
001263

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J6 (23+48), Looking south, Photo 24
001264

SAN DIEGO SECTOR : Segment A-2L , Wash J6(23+48), Looking East, Photo 25
001265

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2L , Wash J6 (23+48), Looking West, Photo 26
001266

SAN DIEGO :Segment A-2K, Wash (70+50), Looking NW, Photo 27


001267

SAN SIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K, Wash (70+50), Looking South , Photo 28
001268

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K, Wash (70+50), Looking South, Photo 29
001269

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K, Wash (70+50), Looking East, Photo 30
001270

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K, Wash (70+50), Looking West , Photo 31
001271

SAN DIEGO SECTOR Segment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking NW looking to the watershed, Photo 32
001272

SAN DIEGO SECTORSegment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking South East, Photo 33
001273

SAN DIEGO SECTOR ;Segment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking SE, Photo 34
001274

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking East, Photo 35
001275

SAN DIEGO SECTOR: Segment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking W, Photo 36
001276

SNA DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking N, Photo 37
001277

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2K , Wash J1&J2 (47+09), Looking NW, Photo 38
001278

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2J, Wash (51+75), Looking East, Photo 39
001279

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment 2J, Wash (51+75), Looking North, Photo 40
001280

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2J, Wash (51+75), Looking West, Photo 41
001281

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment 2J, Wash (51+75), Looking East, Photo 42
001282

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment 2J, Wash (51+75), Looking North to the
001283

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2J, Wash (51+75), Looking South Photo 44
001284

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2I, Wash (40), Looking W , photo 45


001285

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2I, Wash (40), Looking East, Photo 46
001286

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking East, Photo 47
001287

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking E


001288

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking South, Photo48
001289

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking north to the watershed, Photo 50
001290

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G ,Wash(8),Looking South, Photo 51


001291

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking South to the watershed, Photo 52
001292

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking South to the watershed, Photo 53
001293

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking North, Photo 54
001294

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2G, Wash (8), Looking west, Photo 55
001295

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking East, Photo 56
001296

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking North to the watershed,
001297

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking East, Photo 58
001298

SAN DIEGO SECTOR Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking South, photo 59
001299

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking W, Photo 60
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking N to the watershed, Photo 61
001301

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2E, Wash T11 (5+44), Looking South, Photo 62
001302

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking East, Photo 63
001303

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking South East, photo 64
001304

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking East to the Scour, Photo 65
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking W to the Scour, Photo 66
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking N, Photo 67


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking N, photo 68


001308

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking South, photo 69
001309

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking West, Photo 70
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR : Segment A 2D Wash (53+36) Looking East Photo 71


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2D, Wash (53+36), Looking South, photo 72
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SAN DIEGO SECTORSegment A-2D,


Wash (53+36), Looking South, photo 73
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking Wes Photo 74


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking West, photo 75


001315

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking West, photo 76


001316

SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking West, Photo 77


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking North, photo 78


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking South, photo 79


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking to the watershed, photo 80
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking East, photo 81


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking West, photo 82


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SAN DIEGO SECTOR : A-2A WASH2,


LOOKING EAST, PHOTO 83
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SAN DIEGO SECTOR :Segment A-2A, Wash 2, Looking to the watershed, photo 84
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TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 Wash E33 Looking South Photo 1


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TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking South, Photo 2


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TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking South, Photo 3


001327

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking South, Wash 4


001328

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking East, Photo 5


001329

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 Wash E33 Looking West Photo 6


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TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33 , Looking North, Looking 7


001331

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking North to the watershed, Photo8
001332

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking North, Photo 9


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TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking North to the tree condition , Photo 10
001334

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking to the scour, Photo 11
001335

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33 , Looking to the debris and ground bed material ,
Photo 12
001336

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking South, Photo 13


001337

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E33, Looking South, Photo 14


001338

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(32) , Looking South, Photo 15


001339

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(32) , Looking South, Photo 16


001340

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(32) , Looking South, Photo 17


001341

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking West , Photo 18


001342

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32 , Looking North, Photo 19


001343

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E32, Looking West, photo 20


001344

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32 , Looking to the scour, Photo 21
001345

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking to the scour, Photo 22
001346

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking North, Photo 23


001347

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32 , Looking North, Photo 24


001348

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking South Photo 25


001349

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking to the scour, Photo 26
001350

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32 , Looking East, Photo 27


001351

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking West, Photo 28


001352

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32 ,Looking South to the debris, Photo 29
001353

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E32, Looking East, Photo 30


001354

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , General Looking North, Photo 31


001355

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , General Looking South, photo 32


001356

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, General Looking North to the watershed, photo 34
001357

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(30) , Looking East , photo 34


001358

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(30) , Looking North East , photo 35
001359

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(30), Looking to the scour, Photo 36
001360

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(30) ,Looking to the scour, Photo 37
001361

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(30) , Looking South, Photo 38


001362

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(30) , Looking South, Photo 39


001363

USCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(E20) , Looking South, photo 40


001364

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(E20), Looking North, Photo 41


001365

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(E20) , Looking South, photo 42


001366

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(E20), Looking to the scour, photo 43
001367

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(E20) , Looking to the Scour , Photo 44
001368

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(20) , Looking North, Photo 46


001369

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Photo E(E20) , Looking North (Tree condition), Photo 47
001370

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Photo E(20), Looking North, Photo 48


001371

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(20) , Looking South, Photo 48


001372

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(20), Looking East, photo 49


001373

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, wash E(E20), Looking South , Photo 50


001374

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash (E20), Looking East, Photo 51


001375

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(E20) , Looking North to the watershed, photo 52
001376

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(16-17) , Looking to the Scour, Photo 53
001377

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(16-17) , Looking to the Scour, Photo 54
001378

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(16-17), Looking South , Photo 55


001379

USCON SECTOR :Segment,D2, Wash E(16-17) , Looking North to the watershed, Photo 56
001380

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(16-17) , Looking South, Photo 57


001381

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, photo E(16-17) , Looking North, photo 58


001382

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(16-17) , Looking to the scour, Photo 59
001383

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(16-17) . Looking to the scour, Photo 60


001384

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 E(16-17) , Looking to the Scour, Photo 61


001385

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 E(16-17) , Looking West, Photo 62


001386

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(19-20) , Looking at the Watershed, Photo 63
001387

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(19-20) , Looking to the watershed, photo 64
001388

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(16-17), Looking down to the road, photo 65
001389

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(16-17) , Looking to the Scour, Photo 66
001390

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(16-17), Looking to the Scour, wash 67
001391

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(16-17) , Looking East, Photo 68


001392

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(19-20) , Looking North, Photo 69


001393

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9), Looking South , Photo 70


001394

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9), Looking North, Photo 71


001395

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9),Looking North , photo 72


001396

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(8-9), Looking North, Photo 73


001397

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking North, Photo 74


001398

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Was(8-9) , Looking West , Photo 75


001399

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) P80 Looking East, photo 76
001400

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking West, Photo 77


001401

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking East, Photo 78


001402

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking South, Photo 79


001403

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(8-9), Looking North , Photo 80


001404

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking North, Photo 81


001405

TUSCON SECTOR :Wash D2 , Wash E(8-9) , Looking North, Photo 82


001406

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking the road condition, Photo 83
001407

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(8-9) , Looking South, Photo 84


001408

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 E(8-9), Looking to the road condition, Photo 85


001409

T USCON SECTOR :Segment D2 E(8-9) , Looking the scour, photo 86


001410

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 , Wash E(8-9), Looking to the Scour, Photo 87


001411

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9), Looking to the scour, Photo 88
001412

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 E(8-9) , Looking to the scour, photo 89


001413

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(8-9) , Looking West, photo 90


001414

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 E(8-9), Looking to the scour, Photo 91


001415

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 E(8-9), Wash Looking to the Scour, Photo 92


001416

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 E(8-9), Wash Looking to the Scour, Photo 93


001417

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 E(8-9), Wash Looking to the Scour, Photo 94


001418

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E(6) , Looking South, Photo 95


001419

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2, Wash E6 , Looking North, Photo 96


001420

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2, Wash E6 , Looking East, Photo 97


001421

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E(6) , Looking to the scour, photo 98


001422

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash E6 , Looking South, 99


001423

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash E6, Looking South, Photo 100


001424

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22 , Looking South , photo 101
001425

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, LOOKING North , Photo 102
001426

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, Looking East, Photo 103
001427

TUSCON SECTOR :D2 W22 P104 Looking to the ground


001428

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, Photo 105


001429

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22 , Looking to the scour, photo 106
001430

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, Looking to the scour, Photo 107
001431

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, Looking South , Photo 108
001432

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, Looking South , Photo 109
001433

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22 , Looking East, Photo 110
001434

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W22, LOOKING North , photo 111
001435

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 Wash W14 W17 LOOKING North Photo 112
001436

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17, Looking East, photo 113
001437

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17, Looking East, photo 114
001438

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17 , LOOKING TO THE SCOUR, photo 115
001439

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash W14-W17 , LOOKING TO THE SCOUR, Photo 116
001440

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash W14-W17, Looking South, Photo 117


001441

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17 , Looking South 118


001442

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17 , Looking South to the fence, photo 119
001443

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W17 , Looking South, photo 120
001444

TUCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17, Looking North AT THE WATERSHEILD, ph
001445

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17 , Looking North at the watershed , photo 122
001446

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17, Looking West, photo 123
001447

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W14-W17, Looking West Photo124


001448

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W13 , Looking South , Photo 125
001449

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 , Wash W13, Looking South, Photo 126


001450

TUSCON SECTOR :SegmentD2, Wash W13, Looking South , Photo 127


001451

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2, Wash W13 P, Looking North, Photo 128
001452

TUSCON SECTOR :SEGMENT D2 W13 LOOKING S P129


001453

TUSON SECTOR , SEGMENT D2 W13 looking N p130


001454

TUSCON SECTOR SEGMENT D2 W13 looking N p131


001455

TUSCON SECTOR, Segment D2 W13 P132


001456

TUSCON SCTOR :D2 W13 LOOKING to the road condition P133


001457

TUSCON SECTOR Segment D2 W13 looking W P134


001458

TUSCON SECTOR :SEGMENT D2 W13 LOOKING N P135


001459

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W13 LOOKING to the scour P136


001460

TUSCON SECTOR :D2 W13 P137 LOOKING to the scour


001461

TUSCON SECTOR :D2 W13 LOOKING S P138


001462

TUSCON SECTOR :D2 W13 P139 LOOKING W to the debris


001463

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W13 Looking E P140


001464

TUSCON SECTOR :SEGMENT D2 W2 Looking to the Scour p141


001465

TUSCON SECTOR :SEGMENT D2 W2 P142 Looking to the Scour


001466

TUSCON SECTOR :SEGMENT D2 W2 LOOKING S P143


001467

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D2 W2 Looking N P144


001468

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W2 Looking W P145


001469

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W2 P146 Looking N


001470

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W2 Looking E P147


001471

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking to the S P148


001472

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking N P149


001473

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W1 Looking N P150


001474

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W1 Looking E P151


001475

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W1 Looking E P152


001476

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W1 Looking W P153


001477

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking N P 154


001478

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking S P155


001479

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D2 W1 Looking to the Scour P156


001480

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking to the Scour P157


001481

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking S P158


001482

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT D2 W1 Looking N P159


001483

TUSCON SECTOR SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 1


001484

TUSCON SECTOR :SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 2


001485

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F 02 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 3


001486

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 4


001487

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING NORTH PHOTO 5


001488

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 6


001489

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 7


001490

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING EAST PHOTO 8


001491

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH EAST PHOTO 9
001492

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING EAST PHOTO 10


001493

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH EAST PHOTO 11
001494

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH EAST PHOTO 12
001495

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_02 LOOKING SOUTH EAST PHOTO 13
001496

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_01 LOOKING SOUTH EAST PHOTO 14
001497

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV1B WASH F_01 LOOKNG SOUTH EAST PHOTO 15
001498

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV-1B WASH F_01 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 16


001499

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV-1B WASH F_01 LOOKING EAST PHOTO 17


001500

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV-1B WASH F_01 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 18


001501

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV-1B WASH F_01 LOOKING NORTH WEST PHOTO 19
001502

TUSCON SECTOR : SEGMENT EV-1B WASH F_01 LOOKING NORTH PHOTO 20


001503

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Wash 1 Looking North, Photo1


001504

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A, Wash 1, Looking South, Photo 2


001505

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 1, Looking North, Photo 2


001506

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking West, Photo 4


001507

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking North East, Photo 5


001508

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking South, Photo 6


001509

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A, Wash (3), Looking South, Photo 7


001510

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking South, Photo 8


001511

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking North (There is a road 200’
north of the fence) Photo 9.
001512

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash (3 ), Looking North, Photo 10


001513

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Wash (3) Looking North (There is a culvert at the
road located 200’ from the fence).
001514

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking South to the Debris, Photo 12
001515

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking East, Photo 13


001516

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking West, Photo 14


001517

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking North, Photo 15


001518

TUSCON SECTORD-5A, Wash 3 Looking North, Photo 16


001519

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking North Photo17


001520

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A , Wash 3, Looking South, Photo 18


001521

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 48B , Looking West, Photo 19


001522

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 48b, Looking West, Photo 20


001523

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 48B, Looking South, Photo 21


001524

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 48B, Looking South, Photo 22


001525

TUSCON SECTOR :D-5B, Wash 48B, Looking East, Photo 23


001526

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B , Wash 48B, Looking North, Photo 24


001527

TUSCON SECTOR :SegmentD-5B, Wash 46, Looking West, Photo 25


001528

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 46, Looking North, Photo 26


001529

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B , Wash 46, Looking South, photo 27


001530

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 46, Looking to the road condition, photo 28
001531

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B , Wash 46, Looking North, Photo 29


001532

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B , Wash 44, Looking West, Photo 30


001533

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 44, Looking West, Photo 31


001534

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B , Wash 44, Looking South


001535

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 44, Looking N, Photo 33


001536

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 44, Looking South, Photo 34, Photo 34
001537

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (20a), Looking South, Photo 35


001538

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (20a), Looking South, Photo 36


001539

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment D-5B, Wash(20a), Looking East, Photo 37


001540

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (20a), Looking North, Photo 38


001541

USCON SECTOR : Segment D-5B Wash (20a), Looking West, Photo 39


001542

TUSCON SECTOR Segment D-5B, Wash (10) Looking South, Photo 40


001543

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 10 Looking N, Photo 41


001544

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 10, Looking North, Photo 42


001545

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 10, Looking South, Photo 43


001546

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 10, Looking South, photo 44


001547

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 10, Looking West, Photo 45


001548

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 10, Looking East, photo 46


001549

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5Bm, Wash(10), Looking to the scour, Photo 47


001550

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (1), Looking South, photo 48


001551

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 1, Looking S, photo 49


001552

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 1, Looking East, Photo 50


001553

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 1, Looking to the scour


001554

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B,Wash 1, Looking N, Photo 52


001555

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 1, Looking North, Photo 53


001556

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash 1, Looking to the Outlet, Photo 54


001557
001558

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking South, photo 56


001559

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking North, Photo 57


001560

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking South photo 58


001561

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking North, Photo 59


001562

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking North, photo 60


001563

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking North, Photo 61


001564

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking North, photo 62


001565

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking North, Photo 63


001566

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5A, Fence Erosion, Looking West, photo 64


001567

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (28), Looking West, photo 65


001568

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (28), Looking North


001569

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (28), Looking North, photo 67


001570

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (28), Looking South, photo 68


001571

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D-5B, Wash (28), Looking West, photo 69


001572

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D6, Wash 1, Looking South, Photo 70


001573

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D6, Wash 1, Looking South, photo 71


001574

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D6, Wash 1, Looking North, Photo 72


001575

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D6, Wash 4, Looking South, Photo 73


001576

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment D6, Wash 4, Looking North, Photo 74


001577

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (5), Looking South, photo 1


001578

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (5), Looking South, Photo 2


001579

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (5), Looking North, photo 3


001580

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment F-1, Wash (5), Looking East, photo 4


001581

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash 5, Looking East, Photo 5


001582

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (5), Looking to the watershed, photo 6
001583

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking to the watershed, photo 7
001584

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking South, photo 8


001585

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking South, photo 9


001586

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking North, Photo 10


001587

Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking East, Photo 11


001588

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking West, photo 12


001589

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment F-1, Wash (1-4), Looking to the Scour, photo 13
001590

TUCON SECTOR: segment F-1, Wash (1-4),Looking to the Scour, photo 14


001591

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking South, photo 15


001592

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking East, photo 16


001593

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking West, photo 17


001594

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking North, photo 18


001595

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking South, Photo 19


001596

Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking to the scour, Photo 20


001597

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking to the scour, photo 21
001598

Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking to the Scour, photo 22


001599

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking to the scour, Photo 23
001600

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking to the Scour, photo 24
001601

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M4), Looking to the scour, photo 25
001602

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking South, photo 26


001603

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking East, Photo 27


001604

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking West, Photo 28


001605

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking North, Photo 29


001606

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking South, photo 30


001607

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking to the Scour, Photo 31
001608

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M3), Looking to the Scour, photo 32
001609

S
Segment
t E-3,
E3 W Wash
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001610

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M1), Looking South, Photo 34


001611

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking North, photo 35


001612

TUSCON SECTOR : Segment E-3, Wash (M1), Looking West, photo 6


001613

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (M1), Looking East, photo 37


001614

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking South, Photo 38


001615

Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking North, photo 39


001616

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking East, photo 40


001617

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking West, photo 41


001618

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking to the Scour, photo 42
001619

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US4), Looking to the Scour, photo 43
001620

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US5), Looking South, Photo 44


001621

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US5), Looking South, photo 45


001622

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US5), Looking West, Photo 46


001623

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US5), Looking North, photo 47


001624

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US5), Looking to Scour, photo 48


001625

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking South, Photo 49


001626

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking North, Photo 50


001627

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking West, Photo 51


001628

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking East, photo 52


001629

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the Scour, Photo 53
001630

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the Scour, photo 54
001631

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking West, Photo 55


001632

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour, Photo 56
001633

Segment SECTOR :E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour, Photo 57


TUSCON
001634

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour, Photo 58
001635

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour, Photo 59
001636

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour, Photo 60
001637

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour


001638

Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour


001639

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-3, Wash (US2), Looking to the scour, Photo 63
001640

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking to the debris,Photo 4


001641

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking South, photo 65


001642

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking South, Photo 66


001643

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking West, Photo 67


001644

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking to the debris, Photo 68
001645

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking East, photo 69


001646

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking South, Photo 70


001647

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment 2B, Wash (573+10), Looking South, Photo 71


001648

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment 2B, Wash (573+10), Looking to the Scour, photo 72
001649

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 7, Looking South, photo 73


001650

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 7, Looking East, Photo 74


001651

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 7, Looking West, photo 75


001652

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 7, Looking North, photo 76


001653

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 7, Looking East, Photo 77


001654

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking South, photo 78


001655

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2B, Wash (573+10), Looking WEST, photo 79


001656

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash (7), Looking West, Photo 80


001657

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash (7), Looking East, Photo 81


001658

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash (7), Looking East, photo 82


001659

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 5, Looking South, Photo 83


001660

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 5, Looking East, Photo 84


001661

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 5, Looking West, photo 85


001662

TUSCON SECTOR :Segment E-2A, Wash 5, Looking North, photo 86


001663

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C6 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 1
001664

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C6 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 2
001665

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B:


FV 1B: WASH C6 LOOKING
SOUTH PHOTO 3
001666

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C6 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 4
001667

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C6 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 5
001668

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C6 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 6
001669

TUSCON SECTOR:SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C6 LOOKING NORTH TO THE


WATERSHED PHOTO 7
001670

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C10 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 8
001671

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C10 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 9
001672

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C10 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 10
001673

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C10 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 11
001674

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C13 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 12
001675

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C13 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 13
001676

SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C13 LOOKING TO THE


SCOUR PHOTO 14
001677

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C13 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 15
001678

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C13 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 16
001679

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C13 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 17
001680

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C14 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 18
001681

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C14 LOOKING AT


THE SCOUR PHOTO 19
001682

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C14 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 20
001683

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C14 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 21
001684

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C14 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 22
001685

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C17 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 23
001686

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C17 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 24
001687

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C17 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 25
001688

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C17 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 26
001689

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C20 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 27
001690

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C20 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 28
001691

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C20 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 29
001692

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C20 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 30
001693

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C20 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 31
001694

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C21 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 32
001695

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C21 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 33
001696

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C21 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 34
001697

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C21 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 35
001698

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C21 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 36
001699

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C24 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 37
001700

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C24 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 38
001701

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C24 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 39
001702

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C24 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 40
001703

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C28 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 41
001704

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C28 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 42
001705

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C28 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 43
001706

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C28 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 44
001707

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C52 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 45
001708

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C52 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 46
001709

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C52 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 47
001710

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C52 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 48
001711

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C52 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 49
001712

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C59 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 50
001713

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C59 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 51
001714

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C59 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 52
001715

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C59 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 53
001716

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 54
001717

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 55
001718

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 56
001719

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 57
001720

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 58
001721

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 59
001722

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C54 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 60
001723

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C45 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 61
001724

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C45 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 62
001725

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C45 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 63
001726

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C45 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 64
001727

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C5 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 65
001728

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C5 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 66
001729

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C5 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 67
001730

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C5 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 68
001731

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C4 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 69
001732

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C4 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 70
001733

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C4 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 71
001734

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT FV-1B: WASH C4 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 72
001735

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 73
001736

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV­2B:  WASH 102 LOOKING SOUTH 
PHOTO 74
001737

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 75
001738

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 76
001739

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 77
001740

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV­2B:  WASH 102 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 78
001741

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 79
001742

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 80
001743

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 81
001744

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV­2B:  WASH 102 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 
82
001745

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 83
001746

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-2B: WASH 102 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 84
001747

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING EAST PHOTO


85
001748

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO


86
001749

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: PHOTO 87


001750

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING NORTH


PHOTO 88
001751

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING WEST PHOTO


89
001752

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING EAST PHOTO


90
001753

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO


91
001754

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV­1B: LOOKING AT ROAD CONDITION 
PHOTO 92
001755

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING AT NORTH


PHOTO 93
001756

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: LOOKING AT WEST


PHOTO 94
001757

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: WASH F_03 LOOKING AT


EAST PHOTO 95
001758

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: WASH F_03 LOOKING AT


NORTH PHOTO 96
001759
001760

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: WASH F_03 LOOKING AT


SOUTH PHOTO 97
001761

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: WASH F_03 LOOKING AT


WEST PHOTO 99
001762

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT EV-1B: WASH F_03 LOOKING AT


WATERSJED PHOTO 100
001763

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 49 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 101
001764

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 49 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 102
001765

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 49


LOOKING NORTH PHOTO 103
001766

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 49


LOOKING WEST PHOTO 104
001767

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 49


LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 105
001768

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 46


LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 106
001769

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 46


LOOKING AT THE SCOUR PHOTO 107
001770

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 46


LOOKING NORTH PHOTO 108
001771

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 46


LOOKING EAST PHOTO 109
001772

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 46


LOOKING WEST PHOTO 110
001773

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 45 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 
111
001774

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 45 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 112
001775

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 45 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 113
001776

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 45 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 114
001777

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 45 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 115
001778

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 44 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 116
001779

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 44 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 117
001780

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 44 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 118
001781

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 44 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 119
001782

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 44 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 120
001783

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 43 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 121
001784

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 43 LOOKING


NORTH/EAST PHOTO 122
001785

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 43 LOOKING


NORTH/EAST PHOTO 122
001786

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 43 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 124
001787

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 43 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 125
001788

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 42 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 126
001789

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 42 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 127
001790

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 41 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 128
001791

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 41 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 129
001792

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 41 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 130
001793

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 41 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 131
001794

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 41 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 132
001795

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 37 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 133
001796

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 37 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 134
001797

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 37 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 135
001798

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 37 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 136
001799

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 35 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 137
001800

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 35 LOOKING AT SCOUR PHOTO 
138
001801

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 35 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 139
001802

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 35 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 140
001803

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 35 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 141
001804

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 33 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 142
001805

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 33 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 143
001806

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 33 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 144
001807

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 33 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 145
001808

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 32 LOOKING SOUTH/EAST 
PHOTO 146
001809

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 32 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 147
001810

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 32 LOOKING NORTH PHOTO 148
001811

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 32 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 149
001812

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 32 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 150
001813

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 29 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 151
001814

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 29 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 152
001815

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 29 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 153
001816

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 29 LOOKING EAST PHOTO 154
001817

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 29 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 155
001818

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 29 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 156
001819

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 29 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 157
001820

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 29 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 158
001821

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 17 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 159
001822

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 17 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 160
001823

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 17 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 161
001824

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 17 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 162
001825

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 15 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 163
001826

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 15 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 164
001827

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 15 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 165
001828

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 15 LOOKING WEST PHOTO 
166
001829

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 14 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 167
001830

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 14 LOOKING EAST PHOTO 168
001831

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 14 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 169
001832

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 14 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 170
001833

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 11 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 171
001834

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 11 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 172
001835

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 11 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 173
001836

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 11 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 174
001837

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 9 LOOKING SOUTH PHOTO 175
001838

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 9 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 176
001839

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV­4A:  WASH 9 LOOKING NORTH PHOTO 177
001840

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 9 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 178
001841

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 9 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 179
001842

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING SOUTH


PHOTO 180
001843

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 181
001844

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 182
001845

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING WEST


PHOTO 183
001846

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 184
001847

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 GENERAL


PHOTO 185
001848

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 186
001849

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 6 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 187
001850

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 1 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 188
001851

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 1 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 189
001852

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 1 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 190
001853

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 1 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 191
001854

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-4A: WASH 1 LOOKING WEST


PHOTO 192
001855

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 11 & 2 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 193
001856

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 11 & 2 LOOKING


EAST PHOTO 194
001857

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 11 & 2 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 195
001858

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 11 & 2 LOOKING


WEST PHOTO 196
001859

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 11 & 2 LOOKING


SOUTH PHOTO 197
001860

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 9 LOOKING EAST


PHOTO 198
001861

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 9 LOOKING


SOUTH/WEST PHOTO 199
001862

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 9 LOOKING


NORTH PHOTO 200
001863

TUSCON SECTOR: SEGMENT DV-3A: WASH 9 LOOKING


NORTH/EAST PHOTO 201
001864

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR :Segment IV-2 Looking to the road condition PHOTO 1
001865

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR :Segment IV-2 Looking West Photo 2


001866

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR :Segment IV -2 Looking East Photo 3


001867

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking West Photo 4


001868

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking to the road crossing Photo 5
001869

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking West condition Photo 2


001870

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking West Photo 7


001871

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking West condition Photo 8


001872

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking South Photo 9


001873

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking West Photo 10


001874

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 Looking to the road condition Photo 11
001875

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -2 East Photo 12


001876

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -4A Looking East Photo 13


001877

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -4A Looking West Photo 14


001878

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR : Segment IV -4BLooking East Photo 15


001879

NEW MEXICO : ELPASO SECTOR :Looking East Photo 16


001880
 
IPT Report

APPENDIX F

Concepts
001881

(b) (5)
001882

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)
001883

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)
001884

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)
001885

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E) (b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)
001886

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)
001887

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)

(b) (7)(E)
001888

(b) (7)(E)
001889

Water Density
Projected Area Stream Velocity Drag Force Concrete Unit Normal Force Friction Force
Cube Size at 70°F Drag Coefficient Weight Friction Coefficient
AP V0 FD Weight FN Ff Slip? Tip?
(ft) ρ CD (1) (kip) µ
(sf) (fps) (kip) (pcf) (kip) (kip)
(slug/cf)
4 22.63 1.94 5 0.81 0.44 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 No No
4 22.63 1.94 10 0.81 1.78 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 No No
4 22.63 1.94 15 0.81 4.00 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 Yes No
4 22.63 1.94 20 0.81 7.11 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 Yes No
4 22.63 1.94 25 0.81 11.11 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 Yes Yes
4 22.63 1.94 30 0.81 16.00 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 Yes Yes
4 22.63 1.94 35 0.81 21.78 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 Yes Yes
4 22.63 1.94 40 0.81 28.45 148 9.47 9.47 0.4 3.79 Yes Yes
5 35.36 1.94 5 0.81 0.69 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 No No
5 35.36 1.94 10 0.81 2.78 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 No No
5 35.36 1.94 15 0.81 6.25 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 No No
5 35.36 1.94 20 0.81 11.11 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 Yes No
5 35.36 1.94 25 0.81 17.36 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 Yes No
5 35.36 1.94 30 0.81 25.00 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 Yes Yes
5 35.36 1.94 35 0.81 34.03 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 Yes Yes
5 35.36 1.94 40 0.81 44.45 148 18.50 18.50 0.4 7.40 Yes Yes
6 50.91 1.94 5 0.81 1.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 No No
6 50.91 1.94 10 0.81 4.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 No No
6 50.91 1.94 15 0.81 9.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 No No
6 50.91 1.94 20 0.81 16.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 Yes No
6 50.91 1.94 25 0.81 25.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 Yes No
6 50.91 1.94 30 0.81 36.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 Yes Yes
6 50.91 1.94 35 0.81 49.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 Yes Yes
6 50.91 1.94 40 0.81 64.00 148 31.97 31.97 0.4 12.79 Yes Yes
7 69.30 1.94 5 0.81 1.36 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 No No
7 69.30 1.94 10 0.81 5.44 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 No No
7 69.30 1.94 15 0.81 12.25 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 No No
7 69.30 1.94 20 0.81 21.78 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 Yes No
7 69.30 1.94 25 0.81 34.03 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 Yes No
7 69.30 1.94 30 0.81 49.00 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 Yes No
7 69.30 1.94 35 0.81 66.70 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 Yes Yes
7 69.30 1.94 40 0.81 87.11 148 50.76 50.76 0.4 20.31 Yes Yes
8 90.51 1.94 5 0.81 1.78 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 No No
8 90.51 1.94 10 0.81 7.11 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 No No
8 90.51 1.94 15 0.81 16.00 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 No No
8 90.51 1.94 20 0.81 28.45 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 No No
8 90.51 1.94 25 0.81 44.45 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 Yes No
8 90.51 1.94 30 0.81 64.00 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 Yes No
8 90.51 1.94 35 0.81 87.11 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 Yes Yes
8 90.51 1.94 40 0.81 113.78 148 75.78 75.78 0.4 30.31 Yes Yes
9 114.55 1.94 5 0.81 2.25 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 No No
9 114.55 1.94 10 0.81 9.00 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 No No
9 114.55 1.94 15 0.81 20.25 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 No No
9 114.55 1.94 20 0.81 36.00 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 No No
9 114.55 1.94 25 0.81 56.25 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 Yes No

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Water Density
Projected Area Stream Velocity Drag Force Concrete Unit Normal Force Friction Force
Cube Size at 70°F Drag Coefficient Weight Friction Coefficient
AP V0 FD Weight FN Ff Slip? Tip?
(ft) ρ CD (1) (kip) µ
(sf) (fps) (kip) (pcf) (kip) (kip)
(slug/cf)
9 114.55 1.94 30 0.81 81.00 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 Yes No
9 114.55 1.94 35 0.81 110.25 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 Yes Yes
9 114.55 1.94 40 0.81 144.00 148 107.89 107.89 0.4 43.16 Yes Yes
10 141.42 1.94 5 0.81 2.78 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 No No
10 141.42 1.94 10 0.81 11.11 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 No No
10 141.42 1.94 15 0.81 25.00 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 No No
10 141.42 1.94 20 0.81 44.45 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 No No
10 141.42 1.94 25 0.81 69.45 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 Yes No
10 141.42 1.94 30 0.81 100.00 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 Yes No
10 141.42 1.94 35 0.81 136.12 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 Yes No
10 141.42 1.94 40 0.81 177.78 148 148.00 148.00 0.4 59.20 Yes Yes
11 171.12 1.94 5 0.81 3.36 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 No No
11 171.12 1.94 10 0.81 13.44 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 No No
11 171.12 1.94 15 0.81 30.25 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 No No
11 171.12 1.94 20 0.81 53.78 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 No No
11 171.12 1.94 25 0.81 84.03 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 Yes No
11 171.12 1.94 30 0.81 121.00 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 Yes No
11 171.12 1.94 35 0.81 164.70 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 Yes No
11 171.12 1.94 40 0.81 215.12 148 196.99 196.99 0.4 78.80 Yes Yes
12 203.65 1.94 5 0.81 4.00 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 No No
12 203.65 1.94 10 0.81 16.00 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 No No
12 203.65 1.94 15 0.81 36.00 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 No No
12 203.65 1.94 20 0.81 64.00 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 No No
12 203.65 1.94 25 0.81 100.00 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 No No
12 203.65 1.94 30 0.81 144.00 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 Yes No
12 203.65 1.94 35 0.81 196.01 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 Yes No
12 203.65 1.94 40 0.81 256.01 148 255.74 255.74 0.4 102.30 Yes Yes

NOTES:
1) Cube orientation:

Flow

(Plan View)

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SECURED BORDER INITIATIVE – TACTICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT
Pf-225 AND VF-300 FENCE PROJECTS
IPT MEETINGS
TABLE F-11: GATES COMPARISON TABLE
Fence Drainage Operation Visual Maintenance Cost Location
Types Efficiency of Gate Deterrence*
Swing 3- 1- 2- 2- 2- 3-
Gates May cause Just need Looks similar to Minor Require Cannot be
minor to be able the fence maintenance special used for flow
additional to keep everywhere, needed to installation for going north to
blockage the door but It can be keep the the hinges and south if it will
open detected by not hinges maybe be used to
being operational electrical. access the
connected to other side of
the ground the fence.
Sluice 2- 2- 4- 3- 3- 2-
Gates (Fully Debris and Different Rails can rust Can be used
open sediments structure in the and fill with Needs lots of anywhere, but
Very will clogg fence sediments, mechanical high debris
efficient) the rails and lots of items and volume areas
mechanical maybe are not
items can electrical recommended
break. .
Slide Gates 5- 3- 4- 4- 3- 4-
May cause Debris and Different Rails can rust Needs lots of Cannot be
additional sediments structure in the and fill with mechanical used where
blockage will clogg fence sediments, items and sediments are
between the rails and lots of maybe highly
gates mechanical electrical expected
items can
break.
Retractable 4- 4- 3- 5- 5- Cannot be
gates Efficient Debris and Looks similar to Rails can rust used where it
but sediments the fence and fill with Needs lots of is expected to
doesn’t will clogg everyhwere, sediments, mechanical have high
open all the rails but It can be and lots of items and debris volume
the way and the detected from mechanical hinges
hinges the way the items and
linking the bollards are hinges can
bollards linked together break.
together
Removable 1- 5- 1- 1- 1- 1-
bollards (100% Require The fence look No additional No special Can be used
efficient.) heavy continuous like maintenance mechanical or anywhere
machinery if no gate is needed. electrical items
and lots of available needed
time to
remove
and
reinstall.
Cannot be
automated
*Visual deterrence refers to the ability of aliens to find the gate easily, knowing that gates are the
weakest structure in a fence, making the fence easier to be breached.
1 = most favorite, 5 = least favorite

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001893
001894
 
IPT Report

APPENDIX G

Rough Order of Magnitude Calculations


001895

(b) (5)
001896
001897

(b) (5)
001898
 
IPT Report

APPENDIX H

Hec-Ras Models for Boulders in a Wash


001899
HEC-RAS Report for
VF 300 Fence Segment DV-7
Cantina Wash

A. Schematic

340
260 336.947

DV7

C
an
319.863 1990

ti
na
Was
h
309.612 1540

297.084
292.528

277.503 520

285

150
40
B. Proposed
001900 - Existing Condition Profile Output Table
HEC-RAS River: Cantina Wash Reach: DV7 Profile: Q100
Reach River Sta Profile Plan Q Total Min Ch El W.S. Elev Crit W.S. E.G. Elev E.G. Slope Vel Chnl Flow Area Top Width Froude # Chl
(cfs) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft/ft) (ft/s) (sq ft) (ft)
DV7 1990 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3781.00 3785.15 3785.66 3786.98 0.011137 12.34 347.09 176.52 1.14
DV7 1990 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3781.00 3785.15 3785.66 3786.98 0.011137 12.34 347.09 176.52 1.14

DV7 1540 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3776.76 3779.24 3779.67 3780.67 0.017721 10.46 360.01 250.75 1.30
DV7 1540 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3776.76 3779.24 3779.67 3780.67 0.017721 10.46 360.01 250.75 1.30

DV7 520 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3765.00 3770.47 3770.47 3772.24 0.007196 10.98 315.54 95.37 0.94
DV7 520 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3765.00 3770.47 3770.47 3772.24 0.007196 10.98 315.54 95.37 0.94

DV7 340 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.69 3770.10 3769.10 3771.14 0.003009 8.61 433.74 114.96 0.63
DV7 340 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.69 3768.89 3769.10 3770.89 0.007580 11.67 303.72 99.14 0.96

DV7 336.947 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.67 3770.10 3771.12 0.002958 8.57 437.04 115.81 0.63
DV7 336.947 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.67 3768.87 3769.08 3770.87 0.007534 11.67 304.42 99.48 0.96

DV7 319.863 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.54 3770.12 3771.05 0.002602 8.27 462.06 121.28 0.59
DV7 319.863 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.54 3768.85 3768.96 3770.71 0.006637 11.29 320.00 103.35 0.91

DV7 309.612 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.47 3770.14 3771.01 0.002375 8.04 480.14 123.88 0.57
DV7 309.612 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.47 3768.86 3768.87 3770.61 0.006077 11.02 331.67 106.77 0.88

DV7 297.084 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.38 3770.17 3770.96 0.002081 7.71 506.33 125.77 0.54
DV7 297.084 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.38 3768.46 3768.78 3770.51 0.007471 11.87 305.51 104.41 0.97

DV7 292.528 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.35 3770.18 3768.73 3770.95 0.001982 7.59 516.40 126.51 0.53
DV7 292.528 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.35 3768.43 3768.73 3770.46 0.007314 11.82 308.40 105.97 0.96

DV7 285 Bridge

DV7 280 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.25 3767.60 3768.59 3770.66 0.012925 14.31 243.54 91.49 1.25
DV7 280 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.25 3768.07 3768.59 3770.36 0.008534 12.50 289.71 104.38 1.03

DV7 277.503 Border Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.22 3767.52 3768.52 3770.62 0.013281 14.37 240.90 90.96 1.26
DV7 277.503 Border Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.22 3767.94 3768.52 3770.32 0.009101 12.72 282.03 102.78 1.06

DV7 260 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.00 3766.95 3768.13 3770.29 0.016006 14.77 225.80 87.35 1.36
DV7 260 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.00 3767.19 3768.13 3770.05 0.012645 13.71 248.36 95.15 1.22

DV7 150 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3761.00 3767.47 3767.47 3769.17 0.005876 11.04 339.06 102.59 0.86
DV7 150 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3761.00 3767.47 3767.47 3769.17 0.005876 11.04 339.06 102.59 0.86

DV7 40 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3760.00 3765.42 3766.17 3768.19 0.010738 13.97 261.45 86.42 1.15
DV7 40 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3760.00 3765.42 3766.17 3768.19 0.010738 13.97 261.45 86.42 1.15
C. Profile
001901
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM
Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17
Cantina Wash DV7
3795
Legend

WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground
3790

3785

3780
Elevation (ft)

3775

3770

3765

3760
0 500 1000 1500 2000
Main Channel Distance (ft)
D. 001902
Cross - Sections
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 292.528 U/S end of second Row of Block River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 1990
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3830 0 3860 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


3820
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground 3840 Ground
3810
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3800
3820
3790

3780
3800

3770

3760 3780
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 1540 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 520
.035 .03 .035 .035 .03 .035
3794 3820
Legend Legend

3792 WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


WS Q100 - EXIS 3810 WS Q100 - EXIS
3790
Ground Ground
3788 Bank Sta 3800 Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3786
3790
3784

3782 3780

3780
3770
3778

3776 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 340 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 336.947
.035 .03 .035 .035 .03 .035
3830 3830
Legend Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


3820 3820
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS

Ground Ground
3810 3810
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3800 3800

3790 3790

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001903
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 319.863 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 309.612 U/S end of First Row of Block

.035 .03 .035 .035 . .035


3830 3830 0
Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


3820 3820
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground Ground
3810 3810
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3800 3800

3790 3790

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 297.084 D/S end of First Row of Block River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 285 BR
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3830 0 3840 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP 3830 WS Q100 - PROP


3820
WS Q100 - EXIS Ground

Ground 3820 Bank Sta


3810
Bank Sta
3810
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3800
3800
3790
3790

3780
3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 285 BR River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 280 D/S end of second Row of Block

.035 . .035 .035 . .035


3840 0 3830 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

3830 WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - EXIS


3820
Ground WS Q100 - PROP
3820 Bank Sta Ground
3810
Bank Sta
3810
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3800
3800
3790
3790

3780
3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001904
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 277.503 Border Border River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 260
.035 . .035 .035 .03 .035
3830 0 3830
3 Legend Legend

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS


3820 3820
WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP
Ground Ground
3810 3810
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3800 3800

3790 3790

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 4:41:08 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 11:40:50 AM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 150 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 40
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3840 0 3840 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

3830 WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3820 Ground 3820 Ground
Bank Sta Bank Sta
3810
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3800 3800

3790

3780 3780

3770

3760 3760
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001905

1100

1000.000

1 900
1

828.9621

700

589.4888
499.2579

417.3875
377
325.5258

207.3878

100
001906
HEC-RAS River: 1 Reach: 1 Profile: PF 1
Reach River Sta Profile Plan Q Total Min Ch El W.S. Elev Crit W.S. E.G. Elev E.G. Slope Vel Chnl Flow Area Top Width Froude # Chl
(cfs) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft/ft) (ft/s) (sq ft) (ft)
1 1100 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4209.17 4212.49 4212.49 4213.29 0.007464 7.21 151.65 146.26 0.98
1 1100 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4209.17 4212.49 4212.49 4213.29 0.007464 7.21 151.65 146.26 0.98

1 1000.000 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4207.00 4210.35 4210.35 4211.48 0.006570 8.60 129.84 61.77 0.97
1 1000.000 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4207.00 4210.35 4210.35 4211.48 0.006570 8.60 129.84 61.77 0.97

1 900 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4206.38 4209.04 4209.04 4210.01 0.007444 7.91 137.36 71.25 1.00
1 900 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4206.38 4209.04 4209.04 4210.01 0.007444 7.91 137.36 71.25 1.00

1 828.9621 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4204.00 4207.06 4207.06 4208.16 0.007263 8.41 129.30 59.68 1.01
1 828.9621 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4204.00 4207.06 4207.06 4208.16 0.007263 8.41 129.30 59.68 1.01

1 700 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4201.31 4204.75 4204.75 4205.91 0.006744 8.66 127.77 57.59 0.98
1 700 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4201.31 4204.75 4204.75 4205.91 0.006744 8.66 127.77 57.59 0.98

1 589.4888 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4199.00 4202.34 4202.34 4203.59 0.006884 8.99 121.15 49.65 1.00
1 589.4888 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4199.00 4202.34 4202.34 4203.59 0.006884 8.99 121.15 49.65 1.00

1 499.2579 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4197.00 4200.39 4200.39 4201.62 0.006805 8.92 122.44 52.78 1.00
1 499.2579 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4197.00 4200.39 4200.39 4201.62 0.006814 8.93 122.39 52.77 1.00

1 417.3875 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4195.94 4199.53 4198.61 4199.98 0.002304 5.37 202.43 78.47 0.59
1 417.3875 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4195.94 4198.61 4198.61 4199.62 0.007382 8.07 134.77 67.37 1.00

1 377 Bridge

1 325.5258 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4194.00 4196.50 4196.50 4197.42 0.007668 7.68 141.61 78.67 1.01
1 325.5258 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4194.00 4196.50 4196.50 4197.42 0.007668 7.68 141.61 78.67 1.01

1 207.3878 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4191.00 4194.20 4194.20 4195.06 0.006212 7.58 155.22 101.51 0.93
1 207.3878 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4191.00 4194.20 4194.20 4195.06 0.006212 7.58 155.22 101.51 0.93

1 100 PF 1 PROP 1087.00 4186.89 4189.80 4189.80 4190.58 0.008063 7.09 153.24 99.36 1.01
1 100 PF 1 EXIS 1087.00 4186.89 4189.80 4189.80 4190.58 0.008063 7.09 153.24 99.36 1.01
001907
DV8_Basin 3 Plan: Propsoed 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM
Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
11
4215
Legend

WS PF 1

Ground

4210

4205
Elevation (ft)

4200

4195

4190
207.3878

325.5258

417.3875

499.2579

589.4888

828.9621

1000.000

1100
377

700

900

4185
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200
Main Channel Distance (ft)
001908
DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 417.3875 River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 1100
.03 .025 .03 .03 .025 .03
4280 4270
Legend Legend

4270 WS PF 1 - PROP WS PF 1 - PROP


4260
WS PF 1 - EXIS WS PF 1 - EXIS
4260
Ground Ground
4250
4250 Bank Sta Ineff
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
4240 Bank Sta
4240

4230 4230

4220
4220
4210

4210
4200

4190 4200
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 0 100 200 300 400 500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 1000.000 River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 900
.03 .025 .03 .03 .025 .03
4270 4260
Legend Legend

WS PF 1 - PROP WS PF 1 - PROP
4260
WS PF 1 - EXIS 4250 WS PF 1 - EXIS

Ground Ground
4250
Bank Sta 4240 Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

4240
4230
4230

4220
4220

4210
4210

4200 4200
0 100 200 300 400 500 0 100 200 300 400 500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 828.9621 River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 700
.03 .025 .03 .03 .025 .03
4260 4250
Legend Legend

WS PF 1 - PROP WS PF 1 - PROP
4250 WS PF 1 - EXIS WS PF 1 - EXIS
4240
Ground Ground
4240 Bank Sta Bank Sta
4230
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

4230

4220
4220

4210
4210

4200 4200
0 100 200 300 400 500 0 100 200 300 400 500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001909
DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 589.4888 River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 499.2579
.03 . .03 .03 . .03
4270 0 4270 0
2 Legend 2 Legend
5 5
4260 WS PF 1 - PROP 4260 WS PF 1 - PROP

WS PF 1 - EXIS WS PF 1 - EXIS
4250 Ground 4250 Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


4240 4240
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
4230 4230

4220 4220

4210 4210

4200 4200

4190 4190
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 377 BR River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 377 BR
.03 .025 .03 .03 .025 .03
4300 4280
Legend Legend

WS PF 1 - PROP WS PF 1 - PROP
4280 Ground Ground
4260
Bank Sta Bank Sta
4260
4240
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

4240

4220
4220

4200
4200

4180 4180
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 0 100 200 300 400 500 600

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows
River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 325.5258 River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 207.3878
.03 .025 .03 .03 .025 .03
4270 4260
Legend Legend

4260 WS PF 1 - PROP WS PF 1 - PROP


4250
WS PF 1 - EXIS WS PF 1 - EXIS
4250 Ground Ground
4240
Bank Sta Bank Sta
4240
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

4230
4230
4220
4220

4210
4210

4200 4200

4190 4190
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 0 100 200 300 400 500 600

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001910
DV8_Basin 3 Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 2:52:44 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 2:52:50 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: 100 Year Flows


River = 1 Reach = 1 RS = 100
.03 .025 .03
4250
Legend

WS PF 1 - PROP
4240
WS PF 1 - EXIS
Ground
4230
Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

4220

4210

4200

4190

4180
0 100 200 300 400 500

Station (ft)
001911 HEC-RAS Report for
VF 300 Fence Segment FV-1B
Hay Hollow Wash

A. Schematic

Ha
y
H
o
ll

FV-1B
o

1224.795
wW

a sh
963.0395

600.2373
120.753
51.90444
B. Proposed
001912 - Existing Condition Profile Output Table
HEC-RAS River: Hay Hollow Wash Reach: FV-1B Profile: Q100
Reach River Sta Profile Plan Q Total Min Ch El W.S. Elev Crit W.S. E.G. Elev E.G. Slope Vel Chnl Flow Area Top Width Froude # Chl
(cfs) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft/ft) (ft/s) (sq ft) (ft)
FV-1B 1224.795 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3717.05 3727.15 3724.67 3728.42 0.002850 9.15 1101.99 160.04 0.56
FV-1B 1224.795 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3717.05 3727.16 3724.67 3728.43 0.002842 9.15 1102.82 159.92 0.56

FV-1B 963.0395 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3715.00 3724.61 3723.93 3727.17 0.007189 12.86 758.97 139.76 0.86
FV-1B 963.0395 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3715.00 3724.53 3723.93 3727.16 0.007491 13.02 747.47 132.58 0.87

FV-1B 600.2373 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3723.68 3721.65 3725.06 0.003479 9.79 1279.10 557.65 0.61
FV-1B 600.2373 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3723.95 3725.12 0.002903 9.14 1431.79 578.40 0.56

FV-1B 148.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3722.57 3723.33 0.003619 9.39 1848.24 710.99 0.60
FV-1B 148.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.06 3723.33 0.006102 11.64 1493.18 681.31 0.77

FV-1B 138.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3722.55 3723.29 0.003566 9.29 1870.02 714.68 0.60
FV-1B 138.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.02 3723.26 0.006134 11.60 1494.45 675.59 0.77

FV-1B 133.7534 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3722.54 3722.22 3723.26 0.003544 9.25 1880.10 716.31 0.59
FV-1B 133.7534 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3721.99 3723.24 0.006229 11.65 1490.35 676.07 0.78

FV-1B 125 Bridge

FV-1B 123.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3722.05 3723.12 0.005269 10.88 1575.95 667.56 0.72
FV-1B 123.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.05 3723.12 0.005272 10.89 1576.19 668.67 0.72

FV-1B 120.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3722.05 3722.05 3723.09 0.005126 10.76 1586.90 664.55 0.71
FV-1B 120.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.05 3722.05 3723.09 0.005126 10.76 1586.90 664.55 0.71

FV-1B 51.90444 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3721.07 3719.92 3721.88 0.003998 9.17 1539.71 484.32 0.63
FV-1B 51.90444 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3721.08 3719.92 3721.88 0.003986 9.16 1541.60 484.48 0.63

FV-1B 50 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3712.80 3720.87 3721.68 0.003998 9.17 1539.73 484.32 0.63
FV-1B 50 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3712.80 3720.88 3721.68 0.003984 9.16 1541.98 484.52 0.63

FV-1B 45 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3712.40 3720.47 3719.38 3721.28 0.004002 9.18 1539.10 484.27 0.63
FV-1B 45 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3712.40 3720.47 3719.38 3721.28 0.004002 9.18 1539.10 484.27 0.63
C. Profile
001913
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM
Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
Hay Hollow Wash FV-1B
3735
Legend

WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground

3730

3725
Elevation (ft)

3720

3715

3710
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400
Main Channel Distance (ft)
D. Cross
001914
- Sections
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 1224.795 River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 963.0395
.04 .035 .04 .04 .035 .04
3770 3770
Legend Legend

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - PROP


3760 WS Q100 - PROP 3760 WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground Ground
3750 Bank Sta 3750 Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3740 3740

3730 3730

3720 3720

3710 3710
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 0 200 400 600 800 1000

Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 600.2373 River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 148.753 U/S End of First Block

.04 . .04 .04 . .04


3770 0 3770 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - PROP
3760 WS Q100 - PROP 3760 WS Q100 - EXIS

Ground Ground
3750 Bank Sta 3750 Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3740 3740

3730 3730

3720 3720

3710 3710
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 138.753 D/S End of First Block River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 133.7534 U/S End of Second Block

.04 . .04 .04 . .04


3770 0 3770 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP
3760 WS Q100 - EXIS 3760 WS Q100 - EXIS

Ground Ground
3750 Bank Sta 3750 Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3740 3740

3730 3730

3720 3720

3710 3710
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500
Station (ft) Station (ft)
001915
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 125 BR River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 125 BR
.04 . .04 .04 . .04
3780 0 3780 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP
3770 3770
Ground Ground
Bank Sta Bank Sta
3760 3760
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3750 3750

3740 3740

3730 3730

3720 3720

3710 3710
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 123.753 D/S End of Second Block River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 120.753 International Border

.04 . .04 .04 . .04


3770 0 3770 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP
3760 WS Q100 - EXIS 3760 WS Q100 - EXIS

Ground Ground
3750 Bank Sta 3750 Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3740 3740

3730 3730

3720 3720

3710 3710
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 51.90444 River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 50
.04 . .04 .04 . .04
3780 0 3780 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3770 3770
WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP

Ground Ground
3760 3760
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3750 3750

3740 3740

3730 3730

3720 3720

3710 3710
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001916
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 4/13/2009 5:07:46 PM 2) EXIS 4/13/2009 5:07:40 PM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash


River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 45
.04 . .04
3780 0
3 Legend
5
WS Q100 - PROP
3770
WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground
3760
Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

3750

3740

3730

3720

3710
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500

Station (ft)
001917 HEC-RAS Report for
VF 300 Fence Segment DV-7
Cantina Wash

A. Schematic

340
260 336.947

DV7

C
an
319.863 1990

ti
na
Was
h
309.612 1540

297.084
292.528

277.503 520

280

150
40
B. Proposed
001918 - Existing Condition Profile Output Table
HEC-RAS River: Cantina Wash Reach: DV7 Profile: Q100
Reach River Sta Profile Plan Q Total Min Ch El W.S. Elev Crit W.S. E.G. Elev E.G. Slope Vel Chnl Flow Area Top Width Froude # Chl
(cfs) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft/ft) (ft/s) (sq ft) (ft)
DV7 1990 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3781.00 3785.15 3785.66 3786.98 0.011137 12.34 347.09 176.52 1.14
DV7 1990 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3781.00 3785.15 3785.66 3786.98 0.011137 12.34 347.09 176.52 1.14

DV7 1540 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3776.00 3778.62 3779.21 3780.47 0.035598 13.86 321.38 279.83 1.81
DV7 1540 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3776.00 3778.62 3779.21 3780.47 0.035598 13.86 321.38 279.83 1.81

DV7 520 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3765.00 3775.57 3770.47 3775.77 0.000334 4.00 1004.32 164.74 0.23
DV7 520 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3765.00 3770.47 3770.47 3772.24 0.007196 10.98 315.54 95.37 0.94

DV7 340 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.69 3775.57 3775.71 0.000191 3.38 1210.65 162.56 0.18
DV7 340 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.69 3768.88 3769.10 3770.89 0.007591 11.68 303.55 99.11 0.97

DV7 336.947 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.67 3775.57 3775.71 0.000189 3.38 1214.39 162.56 0.18
DV7 336.947 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.67 3768.86 3769.08 3770.87 0.007545 11.68 304.25 99.46 0.96

DV7 319.863 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.54 3775.57 3775.71 0.000179 3.33 1237.48 162.73 0.17
DV7 319.863 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.54 3768.85 3768.96 3770.71 0.006649 11.30 319.77 103.32 0.91

DV7 309.612 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.47 3774.42 3775.60 0.017343 9.34 369.82 85.20 0.71
DV7 309.612 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.47 3768.86 3768.87 3770.61 0.006055 11.01 332.16 106.85 0.88

DV7 297.084 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.38 3773.80 3775.35 0.025837 10.71 323.31 78.07 0.86
DV7 297.084 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.38 3768.48 3768.78 3770.51 0.007364 11.82 307.32 104.77 0.96

DV7 292.528 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.35 3773.92 3772.81 3775.14 0.016596 9.56 364.89 82.09 0.73
DV7 292.528 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.35 3768.45 3768.73 3770.45 0.007167 11.74 311.00 106.52 0.95

DV7 280 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.25 3772.73 3772.73 3774.81 0.037696 12.00 276.07 71.03 1.03
DV7 280 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.25 3768.10 3768.59 3770.35 0.008352 12.41 292.37 105.08 1.02

DV7 277.503 Border Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.22 3766.12 3768.52 3774.07 0.056922 22.66 141.10 54.06 2.44
DV7 277.503 Border Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.22 3767.96 3768.52 3770.31 0.008921 12.64 284.43 103.43 1.05

DV7 260 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3762.00 3765.93 3768.13 3772.59 0.047867 20.71 153.16 56.95 2.23
DV7 260 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3762.00 3767.20 3768.13 3770.04 0.012533 13.67 249.27 95.45 1.21

DV7 150 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3761.00 3766.93 3767.47 3769.30 0.009226 12.85 284.83 98.05 1.06
DV7 150 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3761.00 3767.47 3767.47 3769.17 0.005876 11.04 339.06 102.59 0.86

DV7 40 Q100 PROP 3172.00 3760.00 3765.44 3766.17 3768.17 0.010542 13.88 263.33 86.68 1.14
DV7 40 Q100 EXIS 3172.00 3760.00 3765.42 3766.17 3768.19 0.010738 13.97 261.45 86.42 1.15
C. Profile
001919
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM 2) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM
Geom: Existing Flow: WASH 17
Cantina Wash DV7
3790
Legend

WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - EXIS
Ground

3785

3780
Elevation (ft)

3775

3770

3765
292.528
336.947

1540

1990
150

260

520

3760
0 500 1000 1500 2000
Main Channel Distance (ft)
D. Cross
001920 - Sections
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 1990 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 1540
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS


3790 3790
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 10001050110011501200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 10001050110011501200

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 520 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 340
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3790 3790
Ground Ground
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 10001050110011501200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 10001050110011501200

Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 336.947 U/S end of First Row of Block River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 319.863
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3790 3790
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 10001050110011501200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 10001050110011501200

Station (ft) Station (ft)


001921
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 309.612 U/S end of First Row of Block River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 297.084 D/S end of First Row of Block

.035 . .035 .035 . .035


3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS


3790 3790
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 292.528 U/S end of second Row of Block River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 280 D/S end of second Row of Block

.035 . .035 .035 . .035


3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP


WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3790 3790
Ground Ground
Bank Sta Bank Sta
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 277.503 Border Border River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 260
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS


WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP
3790 3790
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


001922
DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM DV7_CANTINA WASH Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 2:55:14 PM 2) EXIS 3/24/2009 2:55:20 PM

Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17 Geom: Proposed Flow: WASH 17


River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 150 River = Cantina Wash Reach = DV7 RS = 40
.035 . .035 .035 . .035
3800 0 3800 0
3 Legend 3 Legend

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - EXIS


3790 3790
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3780 3780

3770 3770

3760 3760
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


001923 HEC-RAS Report for
VF 300 Fence Segment FV-1B
Hay Hollow Wash

A. Schematic

Ha
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Ho
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lo
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FV-1B
W

1224.795
ash

963.0395

600.2373
148.753
B. Proposed
001924 - Existing Condition Profile Output Table
HEC-RAS River: Hay Hollow Wash Reach: FV-1B Profile: Q100
Reach River Sta Profile Plan Q Total Min Ch El W.S. Elev Crit W.S. E.G. Elev E.G. Slope Vel Chnl Flow Area Top Width Froude # Chl
(cfs) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft) (ft/ft) (ft/s) (sq ft) (ft)
FV-1B 1224.795 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3717.05 3727.33 3724.67 3728.54 0.002643 8.94 1130.37 161.77 0.54
FV-1B 1224.795 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3717.05 3727.16 3724.67 3728.43 0.002842 9.15 1102.82 159.92 0.56

FV-1B 963.0395 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3715.00 3726.37 3727.78 0.003082 9.78 1164.91 339.46 0.58
FV-1B 963.0395 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3715.00 3724.53 3723.93 3727.16 0.007491 13.02 747.47 132.58 0.87

FV-1B 600.2373 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3726.82 3727.05 0.000511 4.68 3333.06 786.02 0.25
FV-1B 600.2373 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3723.95 3725.12 0.002903 9.14 1431.79 578.40 0.56

FV-1B 148.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.05 3725.36 3726.38 0.011180 8.96 1190.33 296.00 0.78
FV-1B 148.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.06 3723.33 0.006102 11.64 1493.18 681.31 0.77

FV-1B 138.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.02 3725.14 3726.26 0.012612 9.56 1136.40 296.00 0.82
FV-1B 138.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.02 3723.26 0.006134 11.60 1494.45 675.59 0.77

FV-1B 133.7534 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3714.65 3725.17 3726.18 0.010176 9.07 1199.46 301.71 0.80
FV-1B 133.7534 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3721.99 3723.24 0.006229 11.65 1490.35 676.07 0.78

FV-1B 123.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.31 3724.26 3724.26 3725.97 0.018436 13.53 947.18 270.24 0.91
FV-1B 123.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.05 3723.12 0.005272 10.89 1576.19 668.67 0.72

FV-1B 120.753 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3720.74 3722.05 3725.60 0.022826 20.05 767.77 535.89 1.45
FV-1B 120.753 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3722.05 3722.05 3723.09 0.005126 10.76 1586.90 664.55 0.71

FV-1B 51.90444 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3713.00 3717.83 3719.92 3723.34 0.047796 21.93 538.02 189.18 2.00
FV-1B 51.90444 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3713.00 3721.08 3719.92 3721.88 0.003986 9.16 1541.60 484.48 0.63

FV-1B 50 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3712.80 3720.87 3719.70 3721.68 0.004000 9.17 1539.50 484.30 0.63
FV-1B 50 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3712.80 3720.88 3721.68 0.003984 9.16 1541.98 484.52 0.63

FV-1B 45 Q100 PROP 9600.00 3712.40 3720.47 3719.38 3721.28 0.004002 9.18 1539.10 484.27 0.63
FV-1B 45 Q100 EXIS 9600.00 3712.40 3720.47 3719.38 3721.28 0.004002 9.18 1539.10 484.27 0.63
C. Profile
001925
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM 2) PROP 3/18/2009 11:15:10 AM
Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
Hay Hollow Wash FV-1B
3728
Legend

WS Q100 - EXIS

WS Q100 - PROP

3726 Ground

3724

3722
Elevation (ft)

3720

3718

3716

3714

963.0395

1224.795
51.904...

120.75...
148.75...

600.23...
50

3712
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400
Main Channel Distance (ft)
D. Cross
001926
- Sections
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 1224.795 River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 963.0395
. . . .04 . .04
3750 0 0 0 3750 0
4 3 4 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
3745 WS Q100 - PROP 3745 WS Q100 - PROP

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS


3740 3740
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


3735 3735
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3730 3730

3725 3725

3720 3720

3715 3715

3710 3710
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 600.2373 River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 148.753 U/S End of First Block

.04 . .04 .04 . .04


3750 0 3750 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
3745 WS Q100 - PROP 3745 WS Q100 - PROP
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3740 3740
Ground Ground
Bank Sta Bank Sta
3735 3735
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3730 3730

3725 3725

3720 3720

3715 3715

3710 3710
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 138.753 D/S End of First Block River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 133.7534 U/S End of Second Block

.04 . .04 .04 . .04


3750 0 3750 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
3745 WS Q100 - PROP 3745 WS Q100 - PROP
WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - EXIS
3740 3740
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


3735 3735
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3730 3730

3725 3725

3720 3720

3715 3715

3710 3710
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


001927
Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 123.753 D/S End of Second Block River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 120.753 International Border

.04 . .04 .04 . .04


3750 0 3750 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
3745 WS Q100 - PROP 3745 WS Q100 - EXIS

WS Q100 - EXIS WS Q100 - PROP


3740 3740
Ground Ground

Bank Sta Bank Sta


3735 3735
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)
3730 3730

3725 3725

3720 3720

3715 3715

3710 3710
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash
River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 51.90444 River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 50
.04 . .04 .04 . .04
3750 0 3750 0
3 Legend 3 Legend
5 5
3745 WS Q100 - EXIS 3745 WS Q100 - EXIS
WS Q100 - PROP WS Q100 - PROP
3740 3740
Ground Ground
Bank Sta Bank Sta
3735 3735
Elevation (ft)

Elevation (ft)

3730 3730

3725 3725

3720 3720

3715 3715

3710 3710
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Station (ft) Station (ft)


Hay Hollow Wash Plan: 1) PROP 3/24/2009 3:39:40 PM 2) EXIS 3/18/2009 11:04:14 AM

Geom: PR_Hay Hollow Wash Flow: Hay Hollow Wash


River = Hay Hollow Wash Reach = FV-1B RS = 45
.04 . .04
3750 0
3 Legend
5
3745 WS Q100 - PROP
WS Q100 - EXIS
3740
Ground

Bank Sta
3735
Elevation (ft)

3730

3725

3720

3715

3710
300 400 500 600 700 800 900 10001100120013001400150016001700180019002000

Station (ft)