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USGS 403835112171801 (C- 2- 4)15cac-S1 MILL SPRING NR ERDA, UT

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Station operated by the U.S. Geological Survey, with Cooperative Matching Funds with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Rights.
Available Parameters Available Period
  
2000-06-29  2021-05-09
2007-10-03  2021-05-09
2021-01-09  2021-05-09







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Discharge, cubic feet per second

Most recent instantaneous value: 3.95 05-09-2021   06:30 MDT
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Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for May 9 based on 20 water years of record more
Min
(2010)
Most Recent
Instantaneous
Value May 9
25th
percen-
tile
Mean Median 75th
percen-
tile
Max
(2001)
1.99 3.95 4.8 5.8 6.3 6.9 10.0


Gage height, feet

Most recent instantaneous value: 1.47 05-09-2021   06:30 MDT
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Mean water velocity for discharge computation, feet per second, [X-Average]

Most recent instantaneous value: 0.90 05-09-2021   06:30 MDT
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