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USGS 06811500 Little Nemaha River at Auburn, Nebr.

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Downstream view near USGS gaging station: Little Nemaha River at Auburn, Nebr.

Upstream Missouri River Basin
(below Platte River)
Downstream

This station managed by the Lincoln Field Office.

Available Parameters Available Period
  
2022-01-17  2022-05-17
1990-10-01  2022-05-17
2007-10-01  2022-05-17







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Summary of all available data for this site
Instantaneous-data availability statement


Discharge, cubic feet per second, [Discharge from Primary Sensor]

Most recent instantaneous value: 229 05-17-2022   07:15 CDT
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Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for May 17 based on 72 water years of record more
Min
(1956)
25th
percen-
tile
Median Most Recent
Instantaneous
Value May 17
75th
percen-
tile
Mean Max
(1999)
18.0 99 216 229 450 468 4030


Gage height, feet, [Primary Stage Sensor]

Most recent instantaneous value: 3.47 05-17-2022   07:15 CDT
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