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The reservoir management respects a set of rules described in detail in @dehayEtudeImpactChangement2012. These rules can be summed up with these few constraints:
a. Qres (minimum flow) at inlets and at Yonne outlet (inline reservoir)
b. Qres at outlets
c. Qref (maximum flow) at inlets and outlets
a. $Q_{res}$ (minimum flow) at inlets and at Yonne outlet (inline reservoir)
b. $Q_{res}$ at outlets
c. $Q_{ref}$ (maximum flow) at inlets and outlets
d. Priority to hydropower generation on Yonne reservoir (Max outflow of 16m<sup>3</sup>/s)
e. QST Gradient flow daily limitation for Yonne reservoir (+/- 2m3/s per day)
Usually, all these constraints should be applied but in critical situations the manager can choose to by-pass some of them in order to optimise the chance to satisfy objectives at downstream monitoring stations.
With $Q_{ref}$ the maximum flow allowed in the river at the inlets and outlets of the reservoirs and $Q_{res}$ the minimum flow to leave in the river when the reservoir is filling up.
Usually, all these constraints should be applied but in critical situations the manager can choose to by-pass some of them in order to optimise the chance to satisfy objectives at downstream monitoring stations in the future.
IRMaRA proposes to assess the failure risk on the objectives with the following combinations of policy constraints:
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- 4, without hydropower priority for Yonne lake (a+e)
- 5, without Yonne outflow variation limitation (a)
With $Q_{ref}$ the maximum flow allowed in the river at the inlets and outlets of the reservoirs and $Q_{res}$ the minimum flow to leave in the river when the reservoir is filling up.
## Flow dataset
'VGEST' uses naturalised flow daily time series as input. The naturalised flows come from a daily database covering the period 1900-2009 for all the gauging stations of interest [@hydratecActualisationBaseDonnees2011a].
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## Licence
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The website http://irmara.g-eau.fr by David Dorchies, Jean-Claude Bader and Quan Dau is licensed under a [Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/) License.
## Acknowledgement
The authors would like to thank the European Commission and the French National Research Agency (ANR) for funding in the frame of the collaborative international consortium [IN-WOP](http://www.waterjpi.eu/joint-calls/joint-call-2018-waterworks-2017/booklet/in-wop) financed under the 2018 Joint call of the WaterWorks2017 ERA-NET Cofund. This ERA-NET is an integral part of the activities developed by the Water JPI.
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