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Photo of flooded Duck Creek CA unit AB, Pool 1

Initial Flooding at Duck Creek

During the last week of April, 2011, the west side of Duck Creek (Units A and B) flooded, but not to an alarming degree. The area is accessible from Highway Z.

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Recent flooding left a 15 foot deep scour hole in the Jerome Access parking lot.

Jerome Access flood damage on the Gasconade River

A 15-foot deep scour hole in the Jerome Access parking lot area.

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Two photos show before and after flooding near Kinder

Kinder Flood Scenes

Public and private land was flooded near Kinder on the southeast side of Duck Creek CA. Water 3 feet deep stretched across the field pictured top. Over the past month and a half, floodwaters have receded, and the ground has dried out enough to be able to run a disk through it (bottom).

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Mallards in flooded timber

Mallards in Flooded Timber

In the spring, drake mallards look their best. However, these feathers come at a cost. Proteins are needed to manufacture these distinct feathers. During late winter mallards can obtain these necessary proteins by eating aquatic invertebrates that are found in the flooded leaf litter of bottomland forests.

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Photo of MDC sign nearly under water near Kinder, Mo.

MDC Sign Near Kinder

Heavy rains the last week of April 2011 put portions of Highway 51 and the land around Kinder, including portions of Duck Creek, under several feet of water.

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MDC's Columbia Bottom Conservation Area closes due to flooding

MDC anticipates water overtopping the levee near the area because of forecasted high river levels.

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Old CCC Lodge Bridge at Roaring River State Park

July 7, 2015 flooding of the old CCC Lodge Bridge at Roaring River State Park.  

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Old CCC Lodge Bridge at Roaring River State Park

Old CCC Lodge Bridge at Roaring River State Park re-opens three days later after the cleanup from the flood.

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Pool Three, Eastern Spillway

As flood waters rose during the last week of April 2011, our new spillways allowed water east of Kinder to pass through Pool 3 and on into Mingo’s Pool 8.

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Photo of flooding at Duck Creek CA

Pool Three, Western Spillway

As flood waters rose the last week of April 2011, our new spillways allowed water east of Kinder to pass through Pool 3 and on into Mingo’s Pool 8.

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