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EP 1110-1-29 CEMP-RA Lead Hazard Clearance Inspection - Standard Scope of Work 8/31/2001 Provides a framework for developing site and project specific scopes of work for completion of lead hazard clearance inspections at Army target housing/child-occupied facilities that have undergone lead hazard control activities.
EP 1110-1-30 CEMP-RA PRE-DESIGN LEAD/ASBESTOS SURVEY STANDARD SCOPE OF WORK 8/31/2001 The Standard Scope of Work (SOW) described in this Engineer Pamphlet (EP) provides a framework for developing project-specific scopes of work to complete pre-design lead/asbestos surveys preliminary to DA project design.
EP 1110-1-31 CEMP-RA Engineering and Design - Combined Lead Inspection/Risk Assessment for Target Housing Property Transfers - Standard Scope of Work 8/31/2001 The standard Scope of Work (SOW) described in this Engineer Pamphlet (EP) provides a framework for developing site- and project-specific scopes of work for completion of combined lead inspections/risk assessments for DA property transfers.
EP 1110-1-32 CEMP-RA Engineering and Design - Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System (SCAPS) 11/1/2005 This pamphlet provides information on the capabilities and potential uses of the Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System (SCAPS) direct-push technology for the investigation of hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste (HTRW) sites.
EP 1110-2-7 CECW Hydrologic Risk 5/1/1988 A purpose statement is not given in this pamphlet, instead the Forward is entered here:                                                                                                                                                                 One of the goals of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is to mitigate, in an economically-efficient manner, damage due to floods.  Assessment of the risk of flooding is a critical step in deciding hot best to accomplish this goal.  This pamphlet describes how we in the Corps estimate hydrologic risk, how we use these estimates in project planning, and how the randomness of nature makes our task difficult.
EP 1110-2-8 CECW-EH-Y Explaining Flood Risk 4/30/1992 A purpose statement is not given in this pamphlet, instead the Forward is entered here:                                                                                                                                                            Floods are the most frequent natural disaster in the United States and cause large losses of life and property.  The problem is worsening as population growth and
urbanization outpace implementation of flood loss reduction measures.  A key reason for the failure to take action on flood problems often is a lack of understanding of the nature and extent of the flood risk on the part of local officials and the general public in threatened areas.  This booklet aims at improving the technical expert�s
skills in communicating information about flood risk to local officials and the public. It discusses the most important concepts and techniques of effective
communication and points out problems that can impede understanding. It also provides suggestions for dealing with the media.
EP 1110-2-9 CECW-EH-Y Hydrologic Engineering Study Design 7/31/1994 Current planning and management guidance for civil works studies requires careful technical activity management. Hydrologic engineering is a critical item,
especially for feasibility investigations.
EP 1110-2-11 CECW-EH Ice Jam Flooding: Causes and Possible Solutions 11/30/1994 This pamphlet disseminates the results of research conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory on the causes and possible solutions to ice jam flooding problems.
EP 1110-2-12 CECW-ED Seismic Design Provisions for Roller Compacted Concrete Dams 9/30/1995 The purpose of this engineer pamphlet (EP) is to provide preliminary guidance and direction for the earthquake-resistant design of new roller compacted concrete (RCC) dams, and for the evaluation of safety and serviceability of existing RCC dams subjected to earthquake loading.
EP 1110-2-14 CECW-EH Monograph Prepared by M. Petersen on Inland Navigation and Canalization 11/30/1997 This pamphlet disseminates a monograph complied by Margaret Sara Petersen, Emerita Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, the University of Arizona.
EP 1110-2-17 CECW-EC A Guide to Public Alerts and Warning for Dam and Levee Emergencies 4/30/2019 To assist the emergency manager in issuing more timely and effective public alert and warning messages for floods caused by dam breaches, controlled dam releases, and levee breaches or overtopping.
EP 1110-2-18 CECW-CE Guidelines for Landscape Planting And Vegetation Management At Levees, Floodwalls, Embankment Dams, And Appurtenant Structures 5/1/2019 This EP provides guidelines to assure that landscape planting and vegetation management provide aesthetic and environmental benefits without compromising the reliability of levees, floodwalls, embankment dams, and appurtenant structures.
EP 1110-3-2 CEMP-ET Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and Tempest Protection for Facilities 12/31/1990 This pamphlet provides unclassified engineering and design information about protecting fixed ground facilities against the effects of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) produced by a nuclear explosion. It also provides unclassified engineering and design information about satisfying TEMPEST requirements.
EP 1110-3-6 CEMP-ET United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Technology Transfer Systems 8/14/1992 This pamphlet identifies various methods for design and construction technology transfer available to USACE and other Army agencies. Technology transfer within USACE is defined as a system of processes, both formal and informal, that provides a structured approach for developing, submitting, and achieving modifications and additions to technical criteria, standards, and policy. Further, this pamphlet provides references and rationale for both formal and informal modes of technology transfer. Policy and procedures for the formal modes of technology transfer are governed by the documents referenced below.
EP 1110-345-102 CEMP-ET Explosives Storage Magazines 8/31/1995 Appendix A provides a ready reference of explosives storage magazine information such as shape, size, explosive limits, and operational features. It is intended to
provide planners and designers sufficient information to select the most suitable standard magazine design to satisfy the user's requirements.
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