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During the winter, river stage may be significantly affected by backwater from ice, resulting in incorrect discharge data. Consequently, discharge data may not be displayed during periods of ice effect.

USGS 05398000 WISCONSIN RIVER AT ROTHSCHILD, WI

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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LOCATION.--Lat 44°53'13", long 89°38'08.7", in sec.26, T.28 N., R.7 E., Marathon County, Hydrologic Unit 07070002, on right bank at Rothschild, 0.5 mi downstream from Rothschild Dam, 1.7 mi north of bridge on U.S. Highway 51, 2.0 mi downstream from Eau Claire River, and 5.0 mi upstream from Black Creek.

DRAINAGE AREA.--4,020 square miles.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1944 to present.

REVISED RECORDS.--WDR WI-77-1: Drainage area.

GAGE.--Water-stagerecorder and crest stage gage. Datum of gage is 1,125.82 ft (NAVD 1988). Prior to Oct. 1, 1975, at datum 10.00 ft higher.

REMARKS.--Flow regulated by 20 reservoirs and 12 powerplants upstream from station. Gage-height telemeter at station.

OPERATED IN COOPERATION WITH:

Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company

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Additional Information:

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This station managed by the Northeast Wisconsin Field Office - Rhinelander WI.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
1986-10-01  2020-06-02
1944-10-01  2020-06-02







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