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MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION ANALYSIS OF WATER STORAGE AND FISH HABITAT IN THE BEAR RIVER WATERSHED


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Created: Feb 22, 2019 at 5:13 p.m.
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Abstract

In this report, I used a multi-objective optimization modeling for analyzing the trade-offs between the benefits of the recently proposed dams in the Bear River watershed in northern Utah and their effects on aquatic habitat.

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North Latitude
43.7839°
East Longitude
-109.5978°
South Latitude
40.5106°
West Longitude
-113.0036°

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Farshid, A. (2019). MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION ANALYSIS OF WATER STORAGE AND FISH HABITAT IN THE BEAR RIVER WATERSHED, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/426793d465ef42bbb4991e7dc32ae8ba

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