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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The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has installed flood-monitoring stream gauge stations in many areas within the burn scar that communicate with emergency responders and the public.
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).
Geological Survey stream gauge in Lake Quinsigamond.
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.
For example, while monitoring infrastructure such as LandSAT satellites and the USGS stream gauge network will continue to collect data about the surface of the Earth, as a result of the shutdown no one will be there to analyze them and make them available to the public.
Ben Meadows Fiberglass Stream Gauges, #125115, 4 to 8 feet Length 4 inch W Stream, gauges in feet, tenths, hundredths Fiberglass construction for long term use.
Scientists will use a network of groundwater monitoring wells and stream gauges to model the region's water system.
The USGS collects river data through its network of about 7,700 stream gauges around the Nation.
Geological Survey, which operates stream gauges throughout the state, worked up and down the Blackstone River to monitor conditions and measure its discharge.
The agency monitors a network of groundwater wells and stream gauges across the state that provides comprehensive data to the Commonwealth Drought Coordinator.
Crain's product lines include tripods, bipods, leveling rods, measuring rulers, prisms, prism and GPS poles, stream gauges, wire installation tools, as well as bags, packs, and sewn carrying cases for surveying and positioning instruments.
City of Austin, Watershed Protection and Development Review Department, Austin, Texas: Awarded $36,515 for new rain and stream gauges to be added to the city's existing AFWS.