Browsing Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning by Subject "Flooding"

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Browsing Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning by Subject "Flooding"

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  • Clark, Jeffrey (Kansas State University, 2012-04-27)
    The City of Manhattan, Kansas is looking for possible solutions to mitigate flooding along Wildcat Creek within the Wildcat Creek Watershed. Recent flooding has caused substantial property damage. The project presented ...
  • Musoke, Elizabeth (Kansas State University, 2012-04-27)
    The City of Manhattan, Kansas has been subject to intense flooding in the last couple of years. Areas of the city, within the Wildcat Creek Watershed, have been adversely affected. The City of Manhattan and stakeholders ...
  • Buffington, Jared; Clark, Jeffrey; Denlinger, Danielle; Engelke, Jennifer; Musoke, Elizabeth; Stout, Breanna; Sullivan, Justine; Tucker, Terry; Barnes, Philip L.; Sanders, Christopher (Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Regional and Community Planning. Kansas State University, 2012-05-16)
    Wildcat Creek Watershed (approx. 99 square miles) in Riley County, Kansas had significant flooding in recent years. A Watershed Assessment of River Stability and Sediment Supply (WARSSS, Rosgen, 2006) of Wildcat Creek was ...
  • Engelke, Jennifer (Kansas State University, 2012-04-26)
    Wildcat Creek in Riley County, KS has repeatedly flooded in the past 5 years causing significant damage to the watershed, private property, and community livelihood. Strategically placing wetlands throughout the watershed ...

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