Geological Survey Water-supply Paper

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1954 - Irrigation
 

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Page 3 - To indicate the rank of any tributary on which a gaging station is situated and the stream to which it is immediately tributary, each indention in the listing of gaging stations in the table of contents of this report represents one rank. This downstream order and system of indention...
Page 746 - Stanford University Library Stanford, California In order that others may use this book, 'lease return it as soon as possible, but not later than the date due.
Page 3 - ... tributaries. To indicate the rank of any tributary on which a gaging station is situated and the stream to which it is immediately tributary, each indention in the listing of gaging stations in the table of contents of this report represents one rank.
Page 3 - The location of the gaging station and the drainage area are obtained from the most accurate maps available. River mileage given under "Location" for some stations, is that determined and used by the Corps of Engineers.
Page 532 - Mar. 31, Apr. 30, May 31, June 30, July 31, Aug. 31, Sept.
Page 649 - June 16, 1967 (gage height, 19.92 ft) from rating curve extended above 1,500 cfs on basis of slope-area measurement of peak flow; no flow for many days in most years.
Page 288 - W., on left bank at Leckle Ranch, half a mile downstream from Squaw Creek, and 9 miles southeast of Big Sandy. Drainage area. --94 sq mi, approximately. Records available.— July to November 1910, May to August 1911, July 1939 to September 1968. Monthly discharge only for some periods, published in WSP 1313. Published as "near Big Sandy
Page 3 - ... results of periodic discharge measurements. The gage described first is the present gage or the one used most recently. Information is then given in chronological order for all gages used earlier, giving changes in location, type of gage, or datum. The location or datum of all earlier gages is given with reference to the present or most recently used gage. The datum of the gage is the elevation of the zero of the gage above mean sea level. Where information as to datum is not available, the altitude...
Page 560 - Littlefield, and 36 miles upstream from water line of Lake Mead at elevation 1,221 ft above сюап sea level. Drainage area.— 5,090 si ml, approximately. Records available. — October 1929 to September 1961.
Page 534 - ... cfs on basis of slope-area measurement of peak flow; no flow at times in most years. Remarks .--Records fair except those for periods of ice effect or no gage-height record, which are poor.

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