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Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operate

Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operate

Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operate a cleaning barge above the Gavins Point Dam to perform routine maintenance, June 14, 2011. The Corps moved the output level up to 150,000 cubic feet per secon... More

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of the Gavins Point Dam spillway to 150,000 cubic feet per second, June 14, 2011. The flow was increased to help regulate the Missouri River due to record snow a... More

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of the Gavins Point Dam spillway to 150, 000 cubic feet per second, June 14, 2011. The flow was increased to help regulate the Missouri River due to record snow ... More

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of

The U.S. Corps of Engineers increased the output of the Gavins Point Dam spillway to 150, 000 cubic feet per second, June 14, 2011. The release rate is now at the highest point in the dam's history to help regu... More

Dave Becker, Gavins Point Dam project manager explains

Dave Becker, Gavins Point Dam project manager explains

Dave Becker, Gavins Point Dam project manager explains different functions of the spillway, June 14, 2011. The flow of the dam was increased to 150,000 cubic feet per second to help regulate the Missouri River ... More

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