Cranes Roost Lake Level Management Project

by Thomas R. Sear, Howard Needles Tammen &, Bergendoff, United States,
Nicolas E. Andreyev, Howard Needles Tammen &, Bergendoff, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Optimizing the Resources for Water Management


An internally drained water body has historically experienced a wide range of lake level elevations due to its function as a regional aquifer recharge area, and due to the urbanized nature of its watershed. A lake level management plan was developed that incorporates the use of treated wastewater effluent for lake level augmentation, and pumped discharges for high lake level control. A hydrogeologic/hydrologic study was conducted to investigate recharge responses to various constant lake level conditions.

Subject Headings: Lakes | Cranes | Project management | Groundwater management | Water resources | Wastewater management | Effluents | Water management

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