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  • Annual Report of Activities Water Year 2018 Stanislaus Operations Group (SOG)

    Annual Report of Activities Water Year 2018 Stanislaus Operations Group (SOG)

    Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) | November 1, 2018...
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  • Bulletin No. 20, Report on Kennett Reservoir Development, An Analysis of Methods and Extent of Financing by Electric Power Revenue

  • Bulletin No. 24, A Proposed Major Development on American River

    Bulletin No. 24, A Proposed Major Development on American River

    California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | January 1, 1929...
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  • Climate Change Effects on the High-Elevation Hydropower System with Consideration of Warming Impacts on Electricity Demand and Pricing

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    Climate Change Effects on the High-Elevation Hydropower System with Consideration of Warming Impacts on Electricity Demand and Pricing

    California Energy Commission (CEC) | July 31, 2012...
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    While only about 30 percent of California’s usable water storage capacity lies at higher elevations, high-elevation hydropower units generate, on average, 74 percent...

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  • Climate change impacts on water resources and hydropower potential in the Upper Colorado River Basin

    Climate change impacts on water resources and hydropower potential in the Upper Colorado River Basin

    Journal of Hydrology | April 23, 2015...
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    Precipitation projections from climate models vary up to 16%; flow projections revealed greater differences, up to 50%. The climate models projected increase in...

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  • Curbing the Colorado

    Curbing the Colorado

    Scientific American | April 1, 1922...
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    Already, the electrical engineer has shown how the snows of the high Sierras can be transformed into energizing current distributable for hundreds of miles through a...

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  • From Desert Wasteland to Agricultural Wonderland: The Story of Water and Power

    From Desert Wasteland to Agricultural Wonderland: The Story of Water and Power

    Imperial Irrigation District (IID) | October 3, 1977...
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  • Hydro-Electric Development in California

    Hydro-Electric Development in California

    Scientific American | August 2, 1913...
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    A glance at a map of California similar to that accompanying this article, on which is portrayed the veritable network of long-distance transmission lines that mark...

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  • Impacts of California’s Ongoing Drought: Hydroelectricity Generation

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    Impacts of California’s Ongoing Drought: Hydroelectricity Generation

    Pacific Institute | March 17, 2015...
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    California’s hottest and driest drought in recorded history is shifting the sources of energy for electricity with adverse economic and environmental consequences. The...

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  • Impacts of California’s Ongoing Drought: Hydroelectricity Generation 2015 Update

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    Impacts of California’s Ongoing Drought: Hydroelectricity Generation 2015 Update

    Pacific Institute | February 1, 2016...
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    The Pacific Institute has released a comprehensive assessment of the costs to California of lost hydroelectricity during the four years of drought from...

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