Storyline - Stream Flows
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The timing and magnitude of stream flow in the Big Wood basin is controlled by a number of factors - climate, snowpack, timing of releases from Magic Reservoir, surface water/groundwater interactions, demand from natural vegetation, agricultural and urban uses, among others. Most of these factors (except surface water/groundwater interactions) are consider in the scenario models.

The results below show some of the results related to stream flows. The first and second chart show the annual stream flow profile for various decades for Camas Creek and the Big Wood at Hailey for each of the twelve management X climate scenarios. There is a lot of data on this chart, so it may be helpful to use the filters to explore these.

Water Year Average Flows (cfs) at Camas Creek

Water Year Average Flows (cfs) Big Wood at Hailey



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