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Old 06-17-2005   #1
 
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yearly historical river flow info site?

I've been google-ing around for some site with historical water info/charts on utah rivers- specifically the san juan river in august. I found the usgs site and it seemed hopeful but didn't find anything specific.

Any water flow gurus out there know of a good site with that kind of info?

Thanks!

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average daily streamflow:

http://waterdata.usgs.gov/co/nwis/dv...agency_cd=USGS

daily streamflow statistics:

http://waterdata.usgs.gov/co/nwis/di...agency_cd=USGS

If you choose a different gauge, just scroll down where it says "available data for this site"
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http://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/...m=introduction

Just choose a state and hit submit....then chose a gauging station and you should get all the average river flows for each year.

http://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/...m=introduction

Same thing....this one will give you peak flows for each gauging station.

Helpful hint -- when you get to the page with all the stations, hit CTRL+F...this will give you a dialogue box for searching, enter the name of the station like
'durango' and it will find that station, keep hitting find next until it finds durango at animas (for example) and you can see all the flows for the animas at durango.
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http://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/...m=introduction

Just choose a state and hit submit....then chose a gauging station and you should get all the average river flows for each year.

http://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/...m=introduction

Same thing....this one will give you peak flows for each gauging station.

Helpful hint -- when you get to the page with all the stations, hit CTRL+F...this will give you a dialogue box for searching, enter the name of the station like
'durango' and it will find that station, keep hitting find next until it finds durango at animas (for example) and you can see all the flows for the animas at durango.
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thanks for the help. that is what i was trying to find!

control-f = very helpful


thanks again!
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