Reservoir Storage     October 18, 2012   DNRC Water Resources Division    State Water Projects Bureau
•38% Capacity•107% average•6,087 Acre-Feet•Elev.=6025.7
•23% Capacity•60% average•2,566 Acre-Feet•elev.=4584.78
•27% Capacity•132% average•8,632 Acre-Feet•Elev.=4672.23
Summary•Painted Rocks (WF Bitterroot) and Nevada Creek Filled and Spilled•Hot/Dry conditions steadily drafted reservoirs d...
Reservoir Storage: Clark Fork River Basin
Reservoir Storage: Clark Fork River Basin
Reservoir Storage: Clark Fork River Basin
Reservoir Storage: Clark Fork River Basin
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Reservoir Storage: Clark Fork River Basin

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Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, provides reservoir storage review for the Clark Fork River Basin Water Summary 2012 & Water Outlook 2013 on October 23, 2012.

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Reservoir Storage: Clark Fork River Basin

  1. 1. Reservoir Storage October 18, 2012 DNRC Water Resources Division State Water Projects Bureau
  2. 2. •38% Capacity•107% average•6,087 Acre-Feet•Elev.=6025.7
  3. 3. •23% Capacity•60% average•2,566 Acre-Feet•elev.=4584.78
  4. 4. •27% Capacity•132% average•8,632 Acre-Feet•Elev.=4672.23
  5. 5. Summary•Painted Rocks (WF Bitterroot) and Nevada Creek Filled and Spilled•Hot/Dry conditions steadily drafted reservoirs during summer months (EF Rockshut down on September 1 for additional winter carryover)•Storage volumes for Painted Rocks and EF Rock Ck Reservoirs are near toabove average going into winter months•Nevada Ck Reservoir is below average, but still within historical operatingranges for this time of year•Carryover Storage for 2013 provides important role for summer operations

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