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    ALL DATA ARE EASTERN STANDARD TIME

    USGS 01358000 HUDSON RIVER AT GREEN ISLAND NY

    PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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    This station is operated in cooperation with:
       Green Island Power Authority
       NYS Department of Environmental Conservation


    LOCATION.--Lat 42°45'08", long 73°41'20" referenced to North American Datum of 1983, Albany County, NY, Hydrologic Unit 02020003, on right bank at Green Island, just upstream from Troy Lock and Dam, and 0.5 mi downstream from 5th branch Mohawk River.
    DRAINAGE AREA.--8,090 mi2, approximately (including that above site of former auxiliary gage).
    PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1946 to current year (October 1997 to September 2000, discharges only for days when inflatable rubber dam was considered to have been collapsed; see REMARKS).
    GAGE.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is 0.31 ft below NGVD of 1929 (Corps of Engineers benchmark). From July 1, 1946 to Mar. 12, 1962, auxiliary water-stage recorder on bypass channel at datum 10.59 ft higher. Power transducer on each turbine in powerplant. Since Oct. 1, 2008, auxiliary acoustic velocity meter about 1,600 ft upstream from base gage.
    REMARKS.--Records good except those for estimated daily discharges, which are poor. Records include flow over spillway, flow through lock, and flow through powerplant. Powerplant, located on the right bank just downstream from gage, was inoperative from Nov. 20, 1960 to Feb. 23, 1971. An inflatable rubber dam was installed on the spillway during August 1991. August 1991 through September 1997, and since October 2000, estimated water-discharge data based on records for Hudson River above Lock 1 near Waterford (station 01335754) and Mohawk River at Cohoes (station 01357500) due to inflatable rubber dam. October 1997 to September 2000, discharges only for days when inflatable rubber dam was considered to have been collapsed. Satellite gage-height and power transducer telemeter readings at station.
    EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Maximum discharge, 181,000 ft3/s, Dec. 31, 1948, Aug. 29, 2011, gage height, 27.05 ft; minimum discharge not determined; minimum gage height, 13.68 ft, July 6, 1981, when pool was lowered for inspection of flashboards.
    EXTREMES OUTSIDE PERIOD OF RECORD.--Flood of Mar. 19, 1936, reached a stage of 29.48 ft at gage on opposite bank, from information by Corps of Engineers (discharge, 215,000 ft3/s). Flood of Mar. 28, 1913, prior to construction of Sacandaga Reservoir and Troy lock and dam, reached a stage about 0.2 ft higher upstream from former dam near same site. Downstream from dams, flood in 1913 was about 3.3 ft higher than flood in 1936, from information by Corps of Engineers.
    Derived from NY Annual Water-Data Report 2013

    Peak Flow and Stage Information
    This station managed by the NY Water Science Center, Troy.

    Available Parameters Available Period
    All 2 Available Parameters for this site
      
    00065 Gage height 2014-04-29  2014-08-27
    00060 Discharge 2014-04-29  2014-08-27

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    Gage height, feet

    Most recent instantaneous value: 16.11   08-27-2014  09:15 EST
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    Discharge, cubic feet per second

    Most recent instantaneous value: 11,800   08-27-2014  09:15 EST
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