Kaukauna Locks and Dam, east Wisconsin
Fox River is formed by Kaukauna Locks and Dam on the Fox River in Outagamie County, Wisconsin and is used for improved navigation, recreation, flood control, drinking water and hydroelectric power purposes. It has been been there since 1931. At normal levels it has a surface area of 234 acres. It is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Kaukauna Locks & Dam, also known as Fox River is a gravity dam, concrete. The core is homogeneous, concrete. The foundation is rock. Though originally completed in 1931, the structure was modified in 1931. Its height is 22 feet with a length of 603 feet. Maximum discharge is 24500 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 1300 acre feet. Normal storage is 1100 acre feet. It drains an area of 6120 square miles.
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