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1957 gage height 1958 to September affected by Ice available.—October Calendar year 1958 Cfam cfs Apr cfs Aug cfs Jan cfs July cfs Mar cfs Oct cfs Sept cfs-days Cfsm County Creek cubic feet Datum of gage Day Oct discharge estimated Discharge measurement Drainage area effect gage height estimated on basis Extremes.--Maximum discharge feet per second ft above mean ft downstream ft upstream gage readings gage-height record Gage.--Water-stage recorder Ice effect gage Ice Nov June July Aug Lake left bank Location.—Lat Maximum discharge mean sea level miles downstream miles northeast miles upstream minimum gage height Monthly discharge Ontonagon River periods of Ice published In WSP rating curve extended Rating table Records available.--October Remarks.--Records Reservoir Revisions water years).—WSP right bank River September 1959 Day Shifting-control method sq ml staff gage Tenn Tennessee River Tennessee Valley Authority water year October Water-stage recorder weather records
Page 1 - ... by gravity into the river above the specified point. Figures of drainage area given herein include all closed basins, or noncontributing areas, within the area unless otherwise noted. WSP is used as an abbreviation for "Water-Supply Paper" in references to previously published reports.
Page viii - Gaging station is a particular site on a stream, canal, lake, or reservoir where systematic observations of gage height or discharge are obtained. When used in connection with a discharge record, the term is applied only to those gaging stations where a continuous record of discharge is obtained.
Page 2 - OF DATA The base data collected at gaging stations consist of records of stage and measurements of discharge.
Page 4 - RECORDS" has been added to the description of all stations for which revised records have been published. Listed therein are all the reports in which revisions have been published, each followed by the water years for which figures are revised in that report. In listing the water years only one number is given; for instance, 1965 stands for the water year October 1, 1964, to September 30, 1965.
Page 1 - Control designates a feature downstream from the gage that determines the stage-discharge relation at the gage. This feature may be a natural constriction of the channel, an artificial structure, or a uniform cross section over a long reach of the channel.
Page viii - State through 1958 have been analyzed with an electronic computer to give: (1) the number of days in each year that the daily discharge was between selected limits (duration tables); (2) the lowest mean discharge for selected numbers of consecutive days in each year; and (3) the highest mean discharge for selected numbers of consecutive days in each year. At or near some gaging stations, water-quality records also are collected.
Page 1 - Contents is the volume of water in a reservoir or lake. Unless otherwise indicated, volume is computed on the basis of a level pool and does not include bank storage.
Page 2 - In assigning station numbers, no distinction is made between partial-record stations and continuous-record gaging stations, so that the station number for a partial-record station indicates downstream order position in a list made up of both types of stations. Gaps are left in the numbers to allow for new stations that may be established; hence the numbers are not consecutive. The complete number for each station, such as 6-3210.00, includes the part number "6" and a six digit station number.