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All Topics | Topic "Article In Water Resources Research: "relations Among Storage, Yield, And Instream Flow""
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Jack Sieber

Konu: Article In Water Resources Research: "relations Among Storage, Yield, And Instream Flow"   
Posted: 10/16/2007 Viewed: 12883 times
Article in Water Resources Research: "Relations among storage, yield, and instream flow" Jack Sieber jsieber <a href="mailto:jack.sieber@sei-us.org">jack.sieber@sei-us.org</a>I would like to announce the publication of an article in the journal "Water Resoures Research" that used WEAP to explore the relations between reservoir storage, instream flow, and water supply yield for a wide class of reservoirs and operating rules.



This and other articles are available on the WEAP website:

http://www.weap21.org/index.asp?doc=16


Abstract:

An extensive literature documents relations between reservoir storage capacity and water supply yield and the properties of instream flow needed to support downstream aquatic ecosystems. However, the literature that evaluates the impact of reservoir operating rules on instream flow properties is limited to a few site-specific studies, and as a result, few general conclusions can be drawn to date. This study adapts the existing generalized water evaluation and planning model (WEAP) to enable general explorations of relations between reservoir storage, instream flow, and water supply yield for a wide class of reservoirs and operating rules. Generalized relationships among these variables document the types of instream flow policies that when combined with drought management strategies, are likely to provide compromise solutions to the ecological and human negotiations for water for different sized reservoir systems. The concept of a seasonal ecodeficit/ecosurplus is introduced for evaluating the impact of reservoir regulation on ecological flow regimes.
Topic "Article In Water Resources Research: "relations Among Storage, Yield, And Instream Flow""