Reservoir Water Storage (Hydrologic Region)

Reservoir Water Storage (By Hydrologic Region)

(1,000 Acre-Feet)

AUGUST

Report Generated: 09/11/2014 09:17
        End-of-month Storage in Calendar Year:
REGION NUM of
RES
CAP Hist Avg 1977 1983 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
STATE
NORTH COAST 6 3096 2151 370 2471 1341 2047 2683 2291 1695 944
SF BAY 17 703 444 288 533 448 491 499 440 407 418
CENTRAL COAST 6 965 578 262 821 363 548 797 557 308 169
SOUTH COAST 29 1963 1367 873 1738 1222 1301 1519 1339 1170 925
SACRAMENTO R 43 16091 10621 4334 13588 8197 11092 13296 10489 8635 6550
SAN JOAQUIN R 34 11458 6771 1652 10137 6230 7495 9476 6410 5448 3843
TULARE LAKE 6 2077 786 215 1772 531 901 1273 442 355 292
NORTH LAHONTAN 5 1073 574 86 982 257 315 929 662 438 136
SOUTH LAHONTAN 8 411 292 164 354 304 285 341 256 239 223
STATE TOTAL154 37841 23587 8248 32400 18897 24479 30817 22888 18699 13505
PCT OF AVG      35 137 80 104 131 97 79 57
 
 

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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