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USGS 09527630 BROCK RESERVOIR INLET NEAR CALEXICO, CA

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

This station managed by the Yuma Field Office; USGS AZ-WSC.

Available Parameters Available Period
  
2013-11-06  2020-07-08
2013-11-05  2020-07-08
2020-03-10  2020-07-08
2013-11-05  2020-07-08







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Discharge, cubic feet per second

Most recent instantaneous value: 0.00 07-08-2020   16:45 MST
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Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for Jul 8 based on 6 water years of record more
Most Recent
Instantaneous
Value Jul 8
Min
(2015)
25th
percen-
tile
Median Mean 75th
percen-
tile
Max
(2016)
0.00 0.00 2.1 24 73 137 304


Gage height, feet

Most recent instantaneous value: 24.92 07-08-2020   16:45 MST
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DCP battery voltage, volts

Most recent instantaneous value: 12.2 07-08-2020   16:45 MST
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Mean water velocity for discharge computation, feet per second

Most recent instantaneous value: 0.00 07-08-2020   16:45 MST
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