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Yale Dam
LocationClark / Cowlitz counties, Washington, USA
Coordinates45°57′51″N 122°19′57″W / 45.96417°N 122.33250°W / 45.96417; -122.33250
Opening date1953[1]
Operator(s)Pacificorp[1]
Dam and spillways
ImpoundsLewis River
Height323 feet (98 m)[1]
Length1,500 feet (457 m)[1]
Reservoir
CreatesYale Lake
Total capacity402,000 acre-feet (0.496 km3)[1]
Catchment area600 square miles (1,550 km2)[1]

Yale Dam is a 323-foot high earth-type hydroelectric dam on the Lewis River, in the U.S. state of Washington,[2] owned by PacifiCorp. It is located on the border between Cowlitz County and Clark County. Its reservoir is called Yale Lake. The dam's power plant generates 134 megawatts.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Yale Dam, NPDP Dam Directory
  2. ^ "Yale Dam - Recreation - LewisRiver.com." LewisRiver.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 July 2010. <http://lewisriver.com/yale.html>


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