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USGS 02310678 HOMOSASSA SPRINGS AT HOMOSASSA SPRINGS FL

  Spring Site

DESCRIPTION:
Latitude 28°47'58",   Longitude 82°35'20"   NAD27
Citrus County, Florida   , Hydrologic Unit 03100207
Land surface altitude: -2.99 feet above NAVD88.
AVAILABLE DATA:
Data Type Begin Date End Date Count
 Current / Historical Observations     (availability statement)    2007-10-15  2016-09-26  
 Daily Data
    Temperature, water, degrees Celsius -- bottom  2004-06-28  2016-09-25  8947 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1995-10-18  2016-09-25  7493 
    Gage height, feet  2010-10-01  2016-09-25  7567 
    Specific conductance, water, unfiltered, microsiemens per centimeter at 25 degrees Celsius -- bottom  2004-06-28  2016-09-25  8960 
    Stream water level elevation above NAVD 1988, in feet  2010-10-13  2016-09-25  4308 
    Nitrate plus nitrite, water, in situ, milligrams per liter as nitrogen  2015-09-29  2016-09-25  600 
 Daily Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1995-10-18  2015-09-30 7133 
 Monthly Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1995-10  2015-09  
 Annual Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1996  2015  
 Field measurements 1930-10-09  2016-08-15  619 
 Field/Lab water-quality samples 1930-10-09  2011-10-05  163 
 Water-Year Summary 2006  2015  10 
OPERATION:
Record for this site is maintained by the USGS Florida Water Science Center - Tampa
Email questions about this site to Florida Water-Data Inquiries
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.