Geological Survey Water-supply Paper

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - Irrigation
 

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Page 34 - C Suitable for recreational boating, irrigation of crops not used for consumption without cooking; habitat for wildlife and common food and game fishes indigenous to the region; industrial cooling and most industrial process uses.
Page 64 - COMMISSION RELATIVE TO METHODS OF PROVIDING AN ADEQUATE WATER SUPPLY TO THE CITIES AND TOWNS OF THE COMMONWEALTH DURING A PERIOD OF DROUGHT OR OTHER EMERGENCY.
Page 146 - Datum of gage is 221.19 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929. Stage-discharge relation. -- Defined by current-meter measurements below 820 cfs and extended above by logarithmic plotting.
Page 156 - O 35'30", long. 8932'20", in sec. 3, T. 48 N., R. 42 W. . on right bank a quarter of a mile downstream from dam at outlet of Gogebic Lake and 1 1/4 miles east of Bergland.
Page i - Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, part 1-A. North Atlantic slope basins, Maine to Connecticut...
Page 233 - Digital water-stage recorder. Datum of gage Is 23.64 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929, supplementary adjust of 1947.
Page 225 - Sane. --Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage Is 31.07 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929 (levels by Department of Engineering, city of Hartford). Average discharge .--25 years, 73.9 cfs.
Page 60 - Passadumkeag River at Lowell, Maine Location: Lat. 4511'00", long. 6828'25", at Lowell, Penobscot County, half a mile downstream from dam and highway bridge and 10 miles up-stream from mouth. Drainage area: 299 square miles. Records available: October 1915 to September 1947. Gage: Non-recording gage read once daily prior to October 1922, recording gage thereafter. Datum of gage is 151.3 feet above mean sea level, datum of 1929. Stage-discharge relation : Defined by current meter measurements...
Page 53 - Mattawamkeag River near Mattawamkeag, Maine Location: Lat. 4530'20", long. 6818'05", at Gordon Falls, 1 mile upstream from Mattakeunk Stream, 4 miles upstream from Mattawamkeag, Penobscot County. Drainage area: 1,400 square miles. Records available: October 1934 to September 1947. August 1902 to February 1929 at site 4 miles downstream. February 1929 to September 1934 at present site, but records represent flow at measuring section of former site 4 miles downstream.
Page 241 - In use); minimum dally since July 1940, about 60 cfs Aug. 31, 1944, Sept. 20, 1949. Flood In May 1854 reached a stage of 21 ft 3 in., former site and datum; reported by observer In 1902. Flood of Sept. 22, 1938, reached a stage of 14.5 ft, from floodmarks, at present...

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