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APPENDIX D 

REFERENCES

Computation of Peak Discharge at Contractions, by Kindsvater, C.E.; Carter, R.W.; and Tracy, H.J. US Geological Survey Circular #284. Published by US Geological Survey, Washington, DC (1953).

Computation of Peak Discharge at Culverts, by Carter, R.W. US Geological Survey Circular #376. Published by US Geological Survey, Washington, DC (1957).

Design Guidelines for Flood Damage Reduction. Prepared by AIA Research Corp., Washington, D.C., for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA Publication No. 15, December 1981.

Floodproofing Non-Residential Structures. Prepared by Booker Associates for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA Publication No. 102, May 1986.

Handbook of Steel Drainage and Highway Construction Products, Second Edition. Published by American Iron & Steel Institute, Washington, DC (1971).

Homeowner's Guide to Retrofitting: Six Ways to Protect Your House From Flooding. FEMA Publication No. 312, June 1998. Published by FEMA, Washington, DC (1998).

Protecting Building Utilities From Flood Damage: Principles & Practices for the Design & Construction of Flood Resistant Building Utility Systems. FEMA Publication No. 348, November 1999. Published by FEMA, Jessup, MD (1999).

Public Assistance Guide. FEMA Publication No. 322, October 1999. Supercedes FEMA 286, issued in September 1996. Published by Response and Recovery Directorate, FEMA, Washington, DC (1999).

"Stormwater Management Practices in Tennessee." Stormwater Management for Public Officials and Planners: Development of an Educational Manual and Workshop Project, Contract Agreement No. 48226. Published by the University of Tennessee Civil & Environmental Engineering Department and the Tennessee Water Resources Research Center (December 1997). Internet: http://www.engr.utk.edu/research/water.

Water-Resources Engineering, by Linsley, R.K. & Franzini, J.B. Published by McGraw-Hill Series in Sanitary Science and Water Resources Engineering, New York (1964).

 

NOTE:  None of the mitigation measures in these Handbooks should be considered ‘pre-approved’ or otherwise automatically eligible for FEMA funding. Only FEMA staff can determine eligibility, once they have determined that an applicant is eligible and they have reviewed a project proposal.

FEMA HAZARD MITIGATION HANDBOOKS                                                                        Updated: June 13, 2002