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USGS 01097300 NASHOBA BROOK NEAR ACTON, MA

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LOCATION--Lat 42°30’45", long 71°24’17", Middlesex County, Hydrologic Unit 01070005, river-level sensor on right bank, 15 ft above footbridge, 500 ft downstream from old millpond and dam at North Acton, 2.2 mi northeast of Acton, and 5 mi upstream from mouth at Assabet River at West Concord.
DRAINAGE AREA--12.8 mi2.
PERIOD OF RECORD--Discharge: July 1963 to current year.
GAGE--Data Collection Platform with satellite telemeter. Elevation of gage, about 155 ft above National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929, from topographic map.
COOPERATION BY--Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Office of Water Resources.

Photo of Nashoba Brook and footbridge near Acton

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This station managed by the Northborough MA Field Office.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
1963-07-26  2020-04-04







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