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Reverse control reservoirs exist at large hydroelectric power plants where the flow increases during the day and decreases at night. A "reverse control reservoir" is a dam that is also built downstream of a power plant to store water, and by releasing a certain amount of water, the flow downstream is regulated.

Depending on the size, there are dams and weirs that serve as reverse regulating reservoirs.

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