Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, on Civil Works Activities 1961. Volume 1
ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS WASHINGTON DC
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The water resource development program of the Corps of Engineers includes the investigation, design, construction, and maintenance and operation of works for navigation, flood control, hydropower, water supply, recreation, fish and wildlife protection, pollution abatement, shore protection, and other water resource uses authorized by law. Volume 1 of my annual report presents a summary of status and accomplishments, changes in policies, improved techniques, and planning to meet long-range future water requirements. It also provides a ready reference to summary data on water resource development by the Corps, regionally and nationwide. Volume 2 contains detailed information on individual projects and programs. Detailed tabulations and national summaries of waterborne commerce are published separately.
- Civil Engineering
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Water Pollution and Control