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DRMS Phase 2 documents, and a few of the maps that are in DRMS or look very similar from past documents.  Click (or double-click) on the graphics to see full size versions of eacURS, DWR never corrected all the mistakes in DRMS Phase 1, and just moved on, ignoring the Phase 2 proposals are based on false data.  Guess the government/URS and the other consultants who developed the DRMS series is comfortable with the litigation that will result from knowingly using false data?

Based on the focus of DRMS Phase 2 documents, the DWR goat is to export 15,000 cubic feet per second from the Sacramento River, NOT counting the other proposed Sacramento River water diversions that will be allowed prior to the water even reaching the Delta!  So how much fresh water is left in the Delta if 15,000 cfs is diverted to the export pumps? 

Executive Summary (Not much to this one) DRMS_Phase2_Foreword_Executive_Summary.pdf

Section 1 ONE Introduction DRMS_Phase2_Risk_Reduction_Report_TOC.pdf

Section 2 Building Blocks and Scenarios DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section2.pdf

Section 3 THREE Building Block 1.1: Improved Delta Levee Maintenance DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section3.pdf

Section 4 FOUR Building Block 1.2: Upgraded Delta Levees DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section4.pdf

Section 5 FIVE Building Block 1.3: Enhanced Emergency Preparedness/Response

DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section5.pdf

Section 6 SIX Building Block 1.4: Pre-Flooding of Selected Islands DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section6.pdf

Section 7 SEVEN Building Block 1.5: Land Use Changes to Reduce Island Subsidence DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section7.pdf

Section 8 EIGHT Building Block 1.6: Armored “Pathway” (Through-Delta Conveyance)DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section8.pdf

Appendix 8A EIGHT Environmental Impacts of Building Block 1.6: Armored Pathway

Section 9 Building Block 1.7: Isolated Conveyance Facility Alternatives DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section9.pdf

Appendix 9A Ecosystem Impacts of Building Block 1.7: Isolated Conveyance Facility Alternatives

Appendix 9B Preliminary Cost Estimate for 15,000 cfs Isolated Conveyance Facility

Section 10 TEN Building Block 1.8: San Joaquin Bypass DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section10.pdf

Section 11 ELEVEN Building Block 2.1: Raise State Highways DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section11.pdf

Section 12 TWELVE Building Block 2.2: Armored Infrastructure Corridor DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section12.pdf

Section 13 THIRTEEN Building Block 3.1: Suisun Marsh Tidal Wetland Restoration and Managed Wetland Enhancements

Section 14 FOURTEEN Building Block 3.2: Tidal Marsh Cache Slough Restoration DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section14.pdf

Section 15 FIFTEEN Building Block 3.3: Install Fish Screens DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section15.pdf

Section 16 SIXTEEN Building Block 3.4: Setback Levee to Restore Shaded Riverine Habitat

SSection 18 EIGHTEEN Scenario Evaluation ection 17 SEVENTEEN Building Block 3.6: Reduce Water Exports From the Delta

Section 19 NINETEEN Results and Observations

Section 20 TWENTY Assumptions and Limitations DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section20-important.pdf

Section 21 TWENTNE References

 DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section21.pdf





GIS_Data_Catalog_072106.pdf
Levee_Vulnerability_Figures-updated07.pdf
GeomorphicResponse_ITF.pdf
FranksTract_fact_sheet_110111b.pdf
 

 
 
   
   
   
   
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