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Hurricane Katrina General Information

Performance Evaluation of the New Orleans and Southeast Louisiana Hurricane Protection System

These are the documents as originally published by the Corps. That site is no longer available. Below these are the docs as archived at the Governement Printing Office.

The FINAL Volumes of the Interagency Performance Evaluation Taskforce (IPET) are now available by clicking on the links below. All nine Volumes are FINAL. There is also a supplemental report, "A General Description of Vulnerability to Flooding and Risk for New Orleans and Vicinity: Past, Present and Future" that provides a non-technical explanation of the risk assessment process for the pre-Katrina, 2007, and 2011 Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction Systems.

Volume I. Executive Summary and Overview (Main Text & Appendices)
Volume II. Geodetic Vertical and Water Level Datum (Main Text) (Technical Appendices)
Volume III. The Hurricane Protection System (Main Text - Part 1) (Main Text - Part 2) (Technical Appendices)
Volume IV. The Storm (Main Text) (Technical Appendices)
Volume V. The Performance - Levees and Floodwalls (Main Text) Technical Appendices (1-10) (1-15) (16-23)
Volume VI. The Performance - Interior Drainage and Pumping (Main Text) (Technical Appendices)
Volume VII. The Consequences (Main Text) (Technical Appendices)
Volume VIII. Engineering and Operational Risk and Reliability Analysis (Main Text)
   (Technical Appendices: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15) ) [11 was not on the original site, but is in the archive files]
Volume IX. General Appendices

A General Description of Vulnerability to Flooding and Risk for New Orleans and Vicinity: Past, Present and Future (non-technical risk explanation paper)

A Press Release announcing the release of these FINAL volumes is provided here.

*** These reports are the independent opinion of the IPET and are not necessarily the official position of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

posted 8 Sept 2009

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Archive as of 12 Feb 2014 - original link

Vol I ExecutiveSummaryandOverview.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:56 4.5M

Vol II GeodeticVerticalandWaterLevelDatums-maintext.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:51 5.6M

Vol III The Hurricane Protection System - maintext.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:08 12M

Vol III The Hurricane Protection System - appendices.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:06 216K

Vol IV The Storm - maintext.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:10 15M

Vol IV The Storm - appendices.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:09 40M

Vol V The Performance Levees and Floodwalls - maintext.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:16 3.6M

Vol V The Performance Levees and Floodwalls - appendices.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:15 82M

Vol VI The Performance Interior Drainage and Pumping - maintext.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:18 1.8M

Vol VI The Performance Interior Drainage and Pumping - appendices.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:17 42M

Vol VII The Consequences - maintext.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:38 3.3M

Vol VII The Consequences - appendices.pdf

20-Jun-2006 11:36 11M

Vol VIII Engineering and Operational Risk and Reliability Analysis - maintext.pdf

15-Jun-2006 14:40 1.5M

Vol VIII Engineering and Operational Risk and Reliability Analysis - appendices.pdf 15-Jun-2006 14:49 34M
Vol IX General Appendices.pdf 20-Jun-2006 11:14 3.8M  



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