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Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Exchequer Reservoir, also known as New Exchequer, is a reservoir located in California's Mariposa County. It was built in 1967 to provide water for hydroelectric power generation and irrigation for agricultural purposes. The reservoir is fed by the Merced River and several smaller streams, and its water is used by the Merced Irrigation District. The area surrounding the reservoir is popular for fishing, boating, and camping, and there are several campgrounds and recreational facilities nearby. The reservoir's water supply is heavily reliant on snowpack in the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains, and the Merced Irrigation District closely monitors the snowpack levels each winter to ensure there is enough water for the upcoming year.

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Nid_Height 490
Hydraulic_Height 437
Drainage_Area 1037
Year_Completed 1966
Dam_Height 490
Primary_Dam_Type Rockfill
River_Or_Stream Merced River
Foundations Unlisted/Unknown
Surface_Area 7110
Hazard_Potential High
Outlet_Gates Tainter (radial) - 6
Nid_Storage 1100000
Dam_Length 1220

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