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USGS 02299692 BLACKBURN CANAL NEAR VENICE FL

  Stream: Canal Site

DESCRIPTION:
Latitude 27°06'41",   Longitude 82°21'37"   NAD27
Sarasota County, Florida, Hydrologic Unit 03100201
Datum of gage: 0.00 feet above   NGVD29.
AVAILABLE DATA:
Data Type Begin Date End Date Count
 Current / Historical Observations     (availability statement)    2007-10-01  2013-10-21  
 Daily Data
    Discharge, cubic feet per second -- TIDAL  2004-03-04  2013-05-04  2946 
    Gage height, feet  2010-12-12  2013-10-20  6949 
    Discharge, tidally filtered, cubic feet per second -- RESIDUAL  2004-03-06  2013-05-03  2801 
 Daily Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second -- TIDAL  2004-03-04  2013-05-04 2946 
    Discharge, tidally filtered, cubic feet per second -- RESIDUAL  2004-03-06  2013-05-03 2801 
 Monthly Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second -- TIDAL  2004-03  2013-05  
    Discharge, tidally filtered, cubic feet per second -- RESIDUAL  2004-03  2013-05  
 Annual Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second -- TIDAL  2004  2013  
    Discharge, tidally filtered, cubic feet per second -- RESIDUAL  2004  2013  
 Field measurements 1959-09-24  2013-04-04  86 
 Field/Lab water-quality samples 1959-09-24  1965-05-04  7 
 Water-Year Summary 2006  2014  9 

Additional Data Sources

Begin Date

End Date

Count
 Instantaneous-Data Archive  **offsite** 2004-03-04  2007-09-30  99936 
OPERATION:
Record for this site is maintained by the USGS Florida Water Science Center - Tampa
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Data are tidally affected -- Astronomical tides cause significant cycles of approximately 24.84 hours at this site. Because a different portion of the 24.84-hour tidal cycle is averaged in successive daily (24-hour) computations, a systematic secondary oscillation, unrelated to basin hydrology and having a period of about two weeks may be apparent in daily data.