Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Volume 1636-1638

Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Volume 1636-1638

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ...good prior to December 1958, fair thereafter. Diversions above station for Irrigation. See page 98 for total surface Inflow to Mackay Reservoir. Zollinger ditch, on left bank, sometimes carries water past station but flow was negligible for current year. Cooperation.--Water-stage recorder inspected by employees of Water District No. 27. Revisions (water years).--WSP 1287: 1919-21. Discharge, in cubic feet per second, water year October 1958 to September 1959 Discharge measurement made on this day. Note.--No gage-height record Oct. 12-17, 19-24, 27-31, Nov. 3-7, 9-14; discharge estlnated or Interpolated on basis of weather records and records for nearby stations. 1240. Big Lost River (west channel) above Mackay Reservoir, near Mackay, Idaho Location.--Lat 43#58,10," long 11344-00" In NW sec.4, T.7 N., R.23 B., on left bank 3 miles upstream from Mackay Dam and l miles northwest of Mackay. Records available.--May 1919 to November 1959 (discontinued). Gage.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage Is 6,062.38 ft above mean sea level, unadJusted. Prior to May 14, 1938, water-stage recorder at Bite 200 ft upstream at different daturas. Staff gage on Mackay Reservoir Is used as an auxiliary gage during periods of backwater from Mackay Reservoir. Average discharge.--40 years, 58.5 cfs (42,350 acre-ft per year). Extremes.--1958-59: Maximum discharge during water year, 230 cfs June 14 (gage height, 3.35 ft); minimum, 8.5 cfs May 31, June 1 (gage height, 2.10 ft). 1959: Maximum discharge during period October to November, 26 cfs Oct. 9 (gage height, 2.33 ft); minimum, 20 cfs Nov. 5-16; minimum gage height, 2.27 ft Nov. 6-16. 1919-59: Maximum discharge, 1,200 cfs (estimated) about June 12, 1921 (gage height, 4.45 ft, from floodmark, site and datum then In...show more

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  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 16mm | 535g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236499166
  • 9781236499165