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04186500 Auglaize River near Fort Jennings, OH LOCATION.--Lat 40°56'55", long 84°15'58", Putnam County, OH, Hydrologic Unit 04100007, (Lat 40.948503, long -84.265973) on left bank 200 ft upstream from bridge on US Hwy 224, 3.5 mi northeast of Fort Jennings, 6 mi upstream from Ottawa River, and 7.3 mi downstream from Jennings Creek. Gage is 680 feet east of junction of State Route 190 and 224. DRAINAGE AREA.--332 mi2. PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1938 to current year. REVISED RECORDS.--August 1921 to December 1935. October 1940 to current year. REMARKS.--Beginning Jan. 4, 1971, water was diverted for low-flow augmentation and water supply of city of Lima, in Ottawa River Basin. Some diversion from Grand Lake to Auglaize River Basin through Miami and Erie Canal into Jennings Creek at a point 9.2 mi upstream from station. Annual figures of runoff are considered to be within 10 percent of natural yield. Water-quality and sediment data formerly collected at this site.
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