Reservoir Water Storage (Hydrologic Region)

Reservoir Water Storage (By Hydrologic Region)

(1,000 Acre-Feet)

JULY

Report Generated: 08/12/2014 15:23
        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 2335 595 2624 1485 2168 2810 2468 1902 1134
SF BAY 17 703 469 300 566 466 507 514 453 419 438
CENTRAL COAST 6 965 622 308 827 410 596 836 610 358 177
SOUTH COAST 29 1963 1420 890 1781 1249 1335 1556 1365 1201 956
SACRAMENTO R 43 16091 11809 4803 14832 9388 12432 14481 11972 9853 7307
SAN JOAQUIN R 34 11458 7552 2163 10709 6796 8327 10507 7066 5835 4314
TULARE LAKE 6 2077 1053 318 1968 758 1343 1658 649 438 357
NORTH LAHONTAN 5 1073 649 150 1012 339 412 992 739 520 184
SOUTH LAHONTAN 8 411 306 175 352 324 318 331 278 256 239
STATE TOTAL154 37841 26219 9705 34674 21218 27442 33688 25604 20786 15111
PCT OF AVG      37 132 81 105 128 98 79 58
 
 

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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