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FISH HABITAT AND HYDRO-POWER - MAXIMIZING WATER DEPTH FOR FISH HABITAT WHILE MEETING HYDRO-POWER DEMAND IN THE BEAR RIVER WATERSHED
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For my term project for the Water Resources Systems Analysis course (CEE 6410), I will use systems analysis approach for improving aquatic habitat for Bonneville cutthroat trout (BCT) in the Bear River watershed in Utah. My goal is to maximize water depth for BCT habitat while meeting the electricity demand produced by hydropower in the watershed.
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