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ICE EFFECTS ON STREAMFLOW

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USGS 424204072015201 MA-XNW 13 WINCHENDON, MA

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LOCATION--Lat 42o42'04", long 72o01'51.01", Worcester County, Hydrologic Unit 01080202, 50 ft east of Forristall Road, 0.2 miles north of Elmwood Road, and 1.6 miles northeast of Winchendon.
AQUIFER--Sand and gravel, glaciated regions; ice contact deposits aquifer.
WELL CHARACTERISTICS--Augered observation water-table well, diameter 2.0 in, depth 13.5 ft.
INSTRUMENTATION--Data Collection Platform with celluar telephone telemeter, September 2017 to current year.
Monthly measurement prior to September 2017.
DATUM--Elevation of land-surface datum is 1,208.97 ft above NAVD 1988.
Measuring point: 3.80 ft. top of casing of aluminum shelter.
PERIOD OF RECORD--October 1939 to current year. Monthly measurement prior to September 2017.
Published in Massachusetts Hydrologic-Data Report No. 17, October 1974.
COOPERATION BY--Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Office of Water Resources.

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