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USGS 01198000 GREEN RIVER NEAR GREAT BARRINGTON, MA

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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LOCATION.--Lat 42° 11'31", long 73° 23'28", Berkshire County, Hydrologic Unit 01100005, on left bank at upstream side of bridge on Hurlburt Street, 0.2 mi downstream from Seekonk Brook, 1.5 mi west of Great Barrington, and 3 mi upstream from mouth.
DRAINAGE AREA.--51.0 mi2.
PERIOD OF RECORD.--Discharge: water years 1952-71, 1994-96, August 2007 to current year.
Water-quality records: Water years 1963–65, 1967-72, and 1994-96.
Suspended sediment records: 1994–96.
GAGE.--Data Collection Platform with satellite telemeter. Datum of gage is 689.35 ft above NAVD 1988, estimated from topographic map. Prior to May 11, 2020, datum reported as 690 ft above NGVD 1929, estimated from topographic map. Datum previously reported erroneously as 700 ft above NGVD 1929, estimated from topographic map.
REMARKS.--Flow unaffected by regulation.
COOPERATION BY.--Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Office of Water Resources.

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Available Parameters Period of Record
  
1951-10-01  2021-09-23
1994-03-24  1996-04-01
1994-03-24  1996-04-01







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