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Pineview Reservoir is a man-made lake located in Northern Utah, USA. It was created in 1937 as part of a project to improve irrigation and flood control in the Ogden River watershed. The reservoir is fed by the Ogden River and several smaller streams, as well as snowmelt from the surrounding mountains. The water is primarily used for irrigation, but also supports recreational activities such as boating, fishing, and swimming. The reservoir has a surface area of approximately 2,800 acres and a maximum depth of 130 feet. The surrounding area includes a state park and several campgrounds. Snowpack provides a significant portion of the water supply for the reservoir, with most of the runoff occurring in the spring and early summer. Agricultural uses include irrigation for fruit orchards and vegetable fields.

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Storage 24hr Change -0.13%
Percent of Normal 114%
Minimum 1,827.31 acre-ft
Maximum 183,429.87 acre-ft
Average 96,406 acre-ft
Nid_Height 137
Hydraulic_Height 103
Drainage_Area 298
Years_Modified 1993 - Seismic, 1993 - Structural, 2004 - Seismic, 2004 - Structural
Year_Completed 1937
Structural_Height 137
River_Or_Stream OGDEN RIVER
Primary_Dam_Type Rockfill
Surface_Area 2874
Hazard_Potential High
Nid_Storage 116150
Dam_Length 600

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