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WIT Transactions on the Built Environment
We analyzed the impacts of the Gouin Reservoir, built on the Saint-Maurice River, in Quebec, on the magnitude and frequency of ecohydrological drought. Magnitude values, calculated as the difference between measured low flow and the ecological compensation flow, have increased significantly over time as a result of decreasing amounts of snow, while frequency has not changed significantly over time. The study suggests that a new mode of dam management is required for the Gouin Reservoir todoi:10.2495/sd150301 fatcat:vcx25wbwuzb2do5kmcsui6b7oy