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USGS 04230380 OATKA CREEK AT WARSAW NY

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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The 15-minute precipitation data for this station are temporary and will only be displayed for 120 days. Although the instrumentation is calibrated at least once/year, the temporary classification means that documented routine inspections and other quality assurance measures are not performed that would make the data acceptable for archival, retrieval, or future use in general scientific or interpretive studies.

 

LOCATION.--Lat 42°44'40.9", long 78°08'14.7" referenced to North American Datum of 1983, Wyoming County, NY, Hydrologic Unit 04130003, on right bank 670 ft downstream from bridge on Court Street at Warsaw.
DRAINAGE AREA.--39.1 mi².
PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1963 to current year.
REVISIONS HISTORY.--WDR NY-82-3: Drainage area.
GAGE.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is 987.15 ft above NGVD of 1929 (levels by Corps of Engineers) and 986.66 ft above NAVD of 1988.
REMARKS.--Water Years 2014-15: Records good except those for estimated daily discharges, which are fair.
Water Years 2016-19: Records fair except those for estimated daily discharges and those below 100 ft³/s, which are poor.
EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Maximum discharge, 4,110 ft³/s, July 8, 1998, gage height 9.90 ft; minimum discharge, 0.87 ft³/s, Sept. 28, 2007.

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This station managed by the NY Water Science Center Ithaca.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
1964-01-01  2020-03-28







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