Reservoir Water Storage (Hydrologic Region)

Reservoir Water Storage (By Hydrologic Region)

(1,000 Acre-Feet)

MARCH

Report Generated: 04/15/2016 14:53
        End-of-month Storage in Calendar Year:
REGION NUM of
RES
CAP Hist Avg 1977 1983 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
STATE
NORTH COAST 6 3096 2359 1165 2421 2580 2508 2474 1626 1565 1718
SF BAY 17 714 526 318 655 590 464 441 436 443 527
CENTRAL COAST 6 993 701 435 928 885 726 527 209 203 201
SOUTH COAST 29 2122 1509 920 1919 1605 1398 1241 1142 864 1035
SACRAMENTO R 43 16150 12243 6233 13208 12973 12941 12746 8812 9680 13076
SAN JOAQUIN R 34 11485 7537 2917 9045 9142 8379 7150 5009 4640 5393
TULARE LAKE 6 2087 915 467 1462 1229 1038 609 405 377 657
NORTH LAHONTAN 5 1073 547 220 826 551 756 576 282 74 107
SOUTH LAHONTAN 8 411 267 167 292 291 299 248 244 226 239
STATE TOTAL154 38135 26607 12846 30760 29850 28513 26016 18169 18075 22957
PCT OF AVG      48 116 112 107 98 68 68 86
 
 

Comments
The 1983 through the present storage amounts include New Melones and Warm Springs Reservoirs which began operation after 1977, the new Spicer Meadows Reservoir on the Stanislaus River which began operation in 1989, and Los Vaqueros Reservoir which began operation in 1998.

The 1983 column shows storage in the wettest runoff year this century (1977 was the driest)

Colorado River Basin Storage


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