|| NOTICE (05/01/2013) -- Funding dropped
for USGS monitoring network in the five boroughs of New York
Data collection from 197 groundwater stations, 10 surface-water
stations, 1 meteorological station, and 131 water-quality stations in
the five boroughs of New York and extreme western Nassau County was
suspended May 1, 2013 due to elimination of the program by a funding
partner. Historic data from these stations will continue to be
available on the USGS
National Water Information System: Web Interface. A complete list
of stations to be discontinued is available at: real-time water data page or
map. Fact Sheets describe maintenance
costs and USGS streamgage operation (1,2,3,4).
For more information or to help support these sites please contact Ron
or Stephen Terracciano (email@example.com) at the USGS New York
Water Science Center, Coram Program Office at (631) 736-0783 or at the
emails listed above.
This station is operated in cooperation
New York City Department of Environmental
The New York Botanical Garden
LOCATION.--Lat 40°51'44.3", long 73°52'27.8"
referenced to North American Datum of 1983, Bronx County, NY,
Hydrologic Unit 02030102, on left bank at New York Botanical Garden in
DRAINAGE AREA.--38.4 mi2, not including 12.7
mi2, from which the entire flow is diverted for municipal
PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 2006 to current year.
GAGE.--Water stage recorder. Elevation of gage is 50 ft above
NGVD of 1929, from topographic map.
REMARKS.--Records fair except those for estimated daily
discharges, which are poor. Entire flow, runoff from 12.7
mi2, diverted from Kensico Reservoir for water supply of
City of New York and entire flow, runoff from 0.68 mi2,
except for periods of spill, diverted from White Plains Reservoirs 1
and 2 for water supply of City of White Plains. Satellite gage-height
telemeter at station.
EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Maximum discharge, 3,460
ft3/s, Apr. 16, 2007, gage height, 6.05 ft; minimum
discharge, 11 ft3/s, Sept. 15, 2010, gage height, 0.47
EXTREMES FOR CURRENT YEAR.--Peak discharges greater than base
discharge of 900 ft3/s and maximum (*):
Date Time Discharge (ft3/s) Gage height (ft)
Dec. 27 0630 1,250 3.12
Jan. 25 1630 989 2.72
Feb. 24 0530 918 2.67
Mar. 14 0215 1,320 3.26
Mar. 23 0415 1,180 3.06
Mar. 29 0800 1,110 2.91
Mar. 30 1445 *1,590 *3.61
Minimum discharge, 11 ft3/s, Sept. 15, gage height, 0.47
Derived from NY Annual Water-Data Report 2010
Peak Flow and Stage Information
This station managed by the NY Water Science Center, Coram Program Office.