canal structure

(A) In general The term “canal structure” means an embankment, wall, or structure along a canal or manmade watercourse that— (i) constrains water flows; (ii) is subject to frequent water loading; and (iii) is an integral part of a flood risk reduction system that protects the leveed area from flood waters associated with hurricanes, precipitation events, seasonal high water, and other weather-related events.


33 USC § 3301(2)(A)

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