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LOCATION.--Lat 38°14'00", long 81°10'52", 
      referenced to North American Datum of 1927, Nicholas County, WV, Hydrologic Unit 05050005, 
      on right bank 0.5 mi upstream from Belva, 1.0 mi upstream from Twentymile Creek, and at mile 6.3.
DRAINAGE AREA.--1,317 mi2.
PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1928 to September 1964 
      (daily discharge and peaks, monthly discharge only for some periods published in WSP 1305), 
      October 1964 to current year (daily discharge and annual maxima).
REVISED RECORDS.--WSP 873: 1938. WSP 1275: 1929-30. WDR WV-82-1: Drainage area.
GAGE.--Water-stage recorder with satellite telemeter. Datum of gage is 668.79 ft above NAVD 88 (GPS levels).
REMARKS.--Flow regulated since May 1965 by Summersville Dam.
EXTREMES OUTSIDE PERIOD OF RECORD.--Flood of 1918 reached a stage of 
        about 30 ft, discharge of about 112,000 ft3/s.
This gaging station is maintained in cooperation with:
        U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District
        State of West Virginia

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00060 Discharge(Mean) 1928-10-20  2016-12-05
00095 Specific cond at 25C(Mean) 1981-10-10  1982-09-30

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