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Understanding inflow dynamics in a dam lake forms the basis for optimal dam operation and management practices. However, methods pertaining to adequately determining negative inflows and addressing them, as well as quantifying uncertainties in dam inflow, have been scarcely investigated. In this study, the inflow was observed using two pairs of fluvial acoustic tomography (FAT) systems placed diagonally in a dam lake, forming a crossed-shaped pattern. The "travel-time" principle is the primarydoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-581117/v1 fatcat:qcvzeulxmzetpbcirf2p7eyhfa