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USGS 02220900 LITTLE RIVER NEAR EATONTON, GA

  Stream Site

DESCRIPTION:
Latitude 33°18'50",   Longitude 83°26'14"   NAD27
Putnam County, Georgia, Hydrologic Unit 03070101
Drainage area: 262 square miles
Contributing drainage area: 262 square miles,
Datum of gage: 355.6 feet above   NAVD88.
AVAILABLE DATA:
Data Type Begin Date End Date Count
 Current / Historical Observations     (availability statement)    1989-10-01  2018-11-12  
 Daily Data
    Precipitation, total, inches  2000-11-21  2017-10-09  5637 
    Precipitation, total, inches  2015-11-13  2018-11-11  1080 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1977-08-01  2018-11-11  15078 
    Gage height, feet  1998-10-01  2018-11-11  7130 
 Daily Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1977-08-01  2018-07-15 14959 
    Gage height, feet  1998-10-01  2018-07-15 7011 
 Monthly Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1977-08  2018-07  
    Gage height, feet  1998-10  2018-07  
 Annual Statistics 
    Discharge, cubic feet per second  1977  2018  
    Gage height, feet  1999  2018  
 Peak streamflow 1948-02-09  2017-06-21  49 
 Field measurements 1914-01-15  2018-08-06  389 
 Field/Lab water-quality samples 1957-12-05  2004-12-08  103 
 Water-Year Summary 2005  2018  14 
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