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1940 gage height 1950 to September adjustment of 1936 basis of records bridge on U. S. Calendar year 1950 Cfam cfs Apr cfs Aug cfs Dec cfs June cfs Mar cfs Oct cfs on basis cfs Sept Cfsm chain gage County Creek cubic feet dally Datum of gage Day Oct discharge estimated Discharge measurement Drainage area estimated on basis Extremes.--Maximum discharge feet per second floodmark ft above mean ft downstream ft upstream gage height gage readings gage-height record Gage.--Water-stage recorder highway bridge James River June July Aug left bank mean sea level miles downstream miles northeast miles upstream minimum daily minimum gage height peak above base Pee Dee River rating curve extended Rating table Remarks.--Records right bank River basin Roanoke River September 1951 Day Shifting-control method sq ml staff gage supplementary adjustment U. S. Highway water year October water-stage recorder
Page 2 - 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 7 - Accuracy of Field Data and Computed Results The accuracy of streamflow data depends primarily on (1) the stability of the stage-discharge relation or, if the control is unstable, the frequency of discharge measurements and (2) the accuracy of observations of stage, measurements of discharge, and interpretation of records. The station description under "REMARKS" states the degree of accuracy of the records. "Excellent...
Page 6 - ... that only the instantaneous maximum discharge was revised; "(m)" that only the instantaneous minimum was revised; and "(P)" that only peak discharges were revised. If the drainage area has been revised, the report in which the revised figure was first published is given.
Page 2 - Information of a more detailed nature than that published for most of the gaging stations is on file in the district office, such as discharge measurements and recorder charts or nonrecording-gage readings.