river gage

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river gage

[′riv·ər ‚gāj]
(engineering)
A device for measuring the river stage; types in common use include the staff gage, the water-stage recorder, and wire-weight gage. Also known as stream gage.
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Also, whether rainfall and stream gauge data should be "hosted in a centralized location" so residents and emergency response officials can easily monitor how much rain has fallen and how full streams and river have gotten.
Geological Survey stream gauge data with radar data tracking the precipitation.
That means 100% of the people we approached agreed to putting a stream gauge on their property.
Nasturtium officinale was collected by Holmgren (1962) adjacent to the Green River near the Jensen stream gauge, where a small spring enters the river and not in the main river channel (see text).
In response to the 1974 flood and the resulting Leach Inquiry (Leach 1975) which examined the cause of the flood and ways to avoid future flood damages and potential loss of life, the GRCA among other things: * established a more extensive real time stream gauge network and hydrologic computer simulation model using the latest electronic automation.
0 feet in river stage) is considered flood-stage level at the Snake River near Jackson (swinging bridge) stream gauge on the Snake River below Jackson Hole.
The second collection consists of data grown over time and includes stream gauge and IFC stream-stage sensor data, precipitation estimates, and streamflow forecasts.
2014) reports, and United States Geological Survey (USGS) stream gauge measurements.
html to learn about flood control facilities throughout the county, as well as to view rain and stream gauges, forecasts and real-time pictures.
The USGS operates more than 3,000 real-time stream gauges, 60 real-time nitrate sensors, and tracks trends in nutrient loads and concentrations throughout the Mississippi-Atchafalaya watershed, which drains parts or all of 31 states.
List of stream gauges used in the present study and their characteristics.