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00060 Discharge(Mean)  
00065 Gage height(Mean)  

Water year 2019: 2018-10-01 to 2019-09-30
 

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USGS Water-Year Summary 2019
06792500 Loup River Power Canal near Genoa, Nebr.
LOCATION - Lat 41°24'33", long 97°47'37" referenced to North American Datum of 1983, in NE 1/4 NE 1/4 sec.32, T.17 N., R.4 W., Nance County, NE, Hydrologic Unit 10210009, at skimming weir on downstream end of settling basin on left bank, 2 mi downstream from point of diversion and 3.5 mi southwest of Genoa.
DRAINAGE AREA - Unknown.
SURFACE-WATER RECORDS
PERIOD OF RECORD - December 1936 to current year.
GAGE - Water-stage recorder with satellite telemetry and concrete weir. Datum of gage is 1,566.26 ft above sea level. Prior to Oct. 1, 1956, at datum 3.0 ft higher.
REMARKS - Accuracy of records for water years prior to 2014 are noted in the individual Annual Data Reports for those water years. For water years 2014 onward, records fair to good except for estimated daily discharges, which are poor, and other periods as noted. The Loup River Power Canal diverts water from Loup River in section 6, T.16 N., R.4 W.; water is used in power plants near Monroe and Columbus and is returned to Platte River 1.5 miles downstream from where the Loup River enters the Platte River. Diversions began Dec. 2, 1936.