Dynamic Reservoir Operations: Managing for Climate Variability and Change - 4306
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Contractor
2014 $544,223.00 Jennifer I Warner HydroLogics, Inc.
This research identified how reservoir operations can be adjusted to adapt to hydrologic changes associated with climate change and the uncertainties associated with climate variability. The project addressed issues such as developing and using dynamic rule-curves or operating criteria, and how they affect water quantity, water quality, flood management, and environmental release responsibilities of water utilities. The project produced two reports: Dynamic Reservoir Operations: Managing for Climate Variability and Change (4306a) and Reservoir Operations Development Guide: The Theory and Practice of Developing Reservoir Operating Rules for Managing Multiple Objectives (4306b). For print orders, click either shopping cart below as the reports will be shrink-wrapped together. Research partner: City of Calgary Water Resources. Published in 2014.

Report NameReport #AvailableOrder ReportDownload PDFExecutive Summary
Dynamic Reservoir Operations: Managing for Climate Variability and Change 4306a10/21/2014
Reservoir Operations Development Guide: The Theory and Practice of Developing Reservoir Operating Rules for Managing Multiple Objectives4306b10/21/2014