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Title: Selected flow characteristics of Florida streams and canals summaries of flow duration and of low and high flows at gaging stations ( FGS: Information circular 69 )
Series Title: ( FGS: Information circular 69 )
Physical Description: x, 595 p. : illus., map. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Heath, Richard C
Wimberly, E. Turner ( joint author )
Geological Survey (U.S.)
Florida -- Bureau of Geology
Publisher: State of Florida, Bureau of Geology
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1971
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Subjects / Keywords: Stream measurements -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Water-supply -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: by Richard C. Heath and E. Turner Wimberly.
General Note: Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Bureau of Geology, Division of Interior Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Funding: Digitized as a collaborative project with the Florida Geological Survey, Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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    Abstract, introduction and scope
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    Selection of discharge records and stations descriptions
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    Techniques for using tables
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    Selected bibliography
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    Statistical summaries of streamflow
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Full Text






STATE OF FLORIDA
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Randolph Hodges, Executive Director



DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
J. V. Sollohub, Director



BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
Robert O. Vernon, Chief



INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 69



SELECTED FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF
FLORIDA STREAMS AND CANALS

SUMMARIES OF FLOW DURATION AND OF LOW
AND HIGH FLOWS AT GAGING STATIONS



By
Richard C. Heath and E. Turner Wimberly
U.S. Geological Survey


Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES


TALLAHASSEE
1971





















































Completed manuscript received
December 16, 1970
Printed for the Florida Department of Natural Resources
Division of Interior Resources
Bureau of Geology
by Rose Printing Company
Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee
1971



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CONTENTS

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Abstract Page
Abstract ........................................................1
Introduction .............. ..................................
Scope .. ................ ........... ........................ ....... 1
Acknowledgments ................................................. 2
Selection of discharge records ............................. ............. 2
Station descriptions ................................................... 2
Explanation of tables ......... ......... .... .............. ........ ....... 9
Low flow ....9...................... ................. ..... 9. .
High flow ...................................................... 10
Flow duration ............................................... 11
Techniques for using tables ....................................13
Flow-duration curves ...................................... ......13
Low-flow frequency curves ......................................... 15
High-flow frequency curves .........................................15
Selected bibliography ........................................ ... 18
Statistical summaries of streamflow .......................................... 19
St. Marys River basin and coastal area
North Prong St. Marys River (head of St. Marys
River) at Moniac, Ga. ....................................... 21
Middle Prong St. Marys River at Taylor, Fla. ...................24
South Prong St. Marys River near Sanderson, Fla. .............26
Turkey Creek at Macclenny, Fla. ......................... 28
South Prong St. Marys River at Glen St. Mary, Fla. .............30
St. Marys River near Macclenny, Fla. .............................33
Coastal area between St. Marys River and St. Johns River
St. Johns River basin
St. Johns River:
Jane Green Creek near Deer Park, Fla. ...........................37
St. Johns River near Melbourne, Fla .................................40
Wolf Creek near Deer Park, Fla. ................................42
St. Johns River near Cocoa, Fla. ................................... 44
St. Johns River near Christmas, Fla. .......................................46
Econlockhatchee River:
Little Econlockhatchee River near Union Park, Fla. ............. 50
Econlockhatchee River near Chuluota, Fla. ....................... 52
Wekiva River near Sanford, Fla .................................56
St. Johns River near De Land, Fla ...................................60
Lake Lowery (head of Oklawaha River):
Green Swamp Run (continuation of Lake Lowery) near
Loughman, Fla. ............................................. 63
Big Creek (continuation of Green Swamp Run) near
Clermont, Fla. ............................................ 64
Lake Louisa:
Little Creek at Cooper's Ranch, near Clermont, Fla. ............ 66
Palatlakaha Creek (continuation of Big Creek)
at Cherry Lake Outlet, near Groveland, Fla. ..................... 67
Palatlakaha Creek near Mascotte, Fla. ............................69
Apopka-Beauclair Canal near Astatula, Fla ....................71
Haines Creek (continuation of Palatlakaha Creek
through Dead River) at Lisbon, Fla ...........................73

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Oklawaha River at Moss Bluff, Fla. ..............................76
Oklawaha River near Ocala, Fla. .................................78
Silver Springs near Ocala, Fla. ...............................82
Oklawaha River near Conner, Fla ..............................86
Oklawaha River at Eureka, Fla. ..................................89
Orange Lake (head of Orange Creek):
Camps Canal near Rochelle, Fla ..........................91
Orange Lake Outlet near Citra, Fla ............................93
Lochloosa Lake Outlet near Lochloosa, Fla. ..............95
Orange Creek at Orange Springs, Fla. ..........................97
Oklawaha River near Orange Springs, Fla. ........................ 100
Oklawaha River at Riverside Landing near Orange Springs, Fla. ..... 103
Crescent Lake (head of Dunns Creek):
Haw Creek:
Little Haw Creek near Seville, Fla. ...........................106
Rice Creek:
Etonia Creek near Florahome, Fla. ......................108
South Fork Black Creek (head of Black Creek) near
Camp Blanding, Fla. ..................................109
South Fork Black Creek near Penney Farms, Fla ............... 110
North Fork Black Creek near Highland, Fla. .............. 114
North Fork Black Creek near Middleburg, Fla. ............ 115
Coastal area between St. Johns River and Turkey Creek
Moultrie Creek at State Highway 207, near St. Augustine, Fla. .......119
Moultrie Creek near St. Augustine, Fla. ......................... 121
Tomoka River near Daytona Beach, Fla. ........................ 124
Spruce Creek near Samsula, Fla. ................................126
Eau Gallie River (Elbow Creek) near Eau Gallie, Fla ............... 128
Crane Creek at Melbourne, Fla. .................................129
Turkey Creek and coastal area south to St. Lucie River
Turkey Creek near Palm Bay, Fla. ..............................131
South Prong Sebastian Creek:
North Prong Sebastian Creek:
Fellsmere Canal near Fellsmere, Fla. .................. 133
North Canal near Vero Beach, Fla .......................... 135
Main Canal at Vero Beach, Fla. ............................137
South Canal near Vero Beach, Fla ..........................139
Lake Okeechobee and the Everglades area
Lake Okeechobee:
Fisheating Creek near Venus, Fla. ..............................141
Fisheating Creek at Palmdale, Fla. ..............................143
Harney Pond Canal at S-71, near Lakeport, Fla. .................. 147
Indian Prairie Canal near Lakeport, Fla .......................... 149
Indian Prairie Canal at S-72, near Okeechobee, Fla. ................. 150
Indian Prairie Canal near Okeechobee, Fla. ......................152
Kissimmee River headwaters:
Myrtle-Mary Jane Canal near Narcoossee, Fla. .................... 154
East Lake Tohopekaliga:
Boggy Creek near Taft, Fla. ................................156
St Cloud (East Tohopekaliga-Tohopekaliga) Canal at S-59,
near St. Cloud. Fla. .......................................158







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Lake Tohopekaliga:
Shingle Creek at airport, near Kissimmee, Fla. ................ 162
Bonnett Creek:
Cypress Creek at Vineland, Fla. .................... 164
South Port (Tohopekaliga-Cypress) Canal at S-61, near
St. Cloud, Fla. .............................................167
Cypress Lake:
Canoe Creek near St. Cloud, Fla ........................... 170
Reedy Creek near Loughman, Fla ...........................172
Lake Hatchineha:
Lake Marion Creek:
Snell Creek:
Horse Creek at Davenport, Fla...................... .. 175
Catfish Creek near Lake Wales, Fla ...........................176
Kissimmee River (Hatchineha-Kissimmee Canal) near
Lake Wales, Fla. ..........................................179
Kissimmee River below Lake Kissimmee, Fla. ................... 183
Livingston Creek:
Reedy Creek (Reedy Lake Outlet) near Frostproof, Fla .....187
Arbuckle Creek (continuation of Livingston Creek):
Carter Creek near Sebring, Fla ......................... 190
Arbuckle Creek near De Soto City, Fla. ......................192
Lake Istokpoga (continuation of Arbuckle Creek):
Josephine Creek:
Stears Creek near Lake Placid, Fla. ................ 195
Josephine Creek near De Soto City, Fla .................. 197
Istokpoga Canal near Cornwell, Fla .........................200
Kissimmee River near Basinger (Cornwell), Fla. ................ 204
Kissimmee River at S-65E, near Okeechobee, Fla. ..................206
Canal 41A above S-68 at Lake Istokpoga, near
Lake Placid, Fla. ......................................210
Canal 41A above S-84, near Okeechobee, Fla. ................212
Taylor Creek near Basinger, Fla. ..............................214
Taylor Creek above Okeechobee,-Fla. ...........................216
Taylor Creek at Okeechobee, Fla. ...............................218
St Lucie River:
South Fork St. Lucie River:
St. Lucie Canal at Lake Okeechobee, Fla. ................... 219
Monreve Ranch drainage canal near Stuart, Fla. ..........222
St. Lucie Canal at lock, near Stuart, Fla. .......................224
Southwest Fork Loxahatchee River at S-46, near
Jupiter, Fla. .................................... .... ... ....... 226
West Palm Beach Canal at HGS-5, at Canal Point, Fla. ................228
West Palm Beach Canal above S-5A, near Loxahatchee, Fla. ............229
Diversions to Conservation Area No. 1 at S-5A and
S-5A-S, near Loxahatchee, Fla. ..................... ........ 230
Levee 8 Canal at West Palm Beach Canal, near
Loxahatchee, Fla. ................................. .......... 231
West Palm Beach Canal below S-5A-E, near Loxahatchee, Fla. ..........232
West Palm Beach Canal at West Palm Beach, Fla. .................. 233
Boynton Canal at Boynton Beach, Fla. ...........................237







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Hillsboro Canal below HGS-4, near South Bay, Fla. ................... 239
Hillsboro Canal at Belle Glade, Fla. ................................240
Hillsboro Canal at S-6, near Shawano, Fla ..............................241
Hillsboro Canal near Deerfield Beach, Fla ............................ 243
Pompano Canal at S-38, near Pompano Beach, Fla..................... 247
Pompano (Cypress Creek) Canal at Pompano Beach, Fla. ..............248
Plantation Road Canal at S-33, near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ..............249
North New River Canal below HGS-4, near South Bay, Fla. .............251
North New River Canal at South Bay, Fla. .........................252
North New River Canal below S-34, near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. .........253
North New River Canal near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ...................255
South New River Canal at S-9, near Davie, Fla..................259
South New River Canal at Snake Creek Canal, near Davie, Fla. ......260
South New River Canal at S-13, near Davie, Fla ................. .261
Snake Creek Canal at N. W. 67th Avenue, near Hialeah, Fla. .............263
Snake Creek Canal at S-29, at North Miami Beach, Fla. ................264
Biscayne Canal at S-28, near Miami, Fla. .............................266
Little River Canal at S-27, at Miami, Fla ............................ 268
Miami Canal at HGS-3 and S-3, at Lake Harbor, Fla .................. 269
Miami Canal at Lake Harbor, Fla ...................................270
Miami Canal at broken dam, near Miami, Fla. ....................... 271
Miami Canal at Pennsuco, near Miami, Fla. .... ..................... 273
Miami Canal at Palmetto bypass, near Hialeah, Fla .................... 275
Miami Canal at waterplant, Hialeah, Fla. .............................277
Miami Canal at N. W. 36th Street, Miami, Fla. ........................280
Tamiami Canal outlets, Monroe to Carnestown, Fla .................... 281
Tamiami Canal outlets, 40-mile bend to Monroe, Fla. ................. 283
Tamiami Canal outlets, Miami to Monroe, Fla .........................285
Tamiami Canal outlets, levee 67A to 40-mile bend, near Miami, Fla. ......289
Tamiami Canal outlets, levee 30 to levee 67A, near Miami, Fla .......... 290
Tamiami Canal near Coral Gables, Fla. .................................291
North Line Canal near Miami Springs, Fla. .......................293
Tamiami Canal at Red Road, Miami, Fla. ............................. 294
Coral Gables Canal.at Tamiami Canal, near Coral Gables, Fla. ..........296
Snapper Creek Canal near Coral Gables, Fla. ...........................297
Snapper Creek at S-22, near South Miami, Fla .........................298
Taylor Slough near Homestead, Fla. ................................300
Barron River Canal near Everglades, Fla. ............................ 302
Imperial River near Bonita Springs, Fla. ..............................305
Caloosahatchee Canal (head of Caloosahatchee River)
at Moore Haven, Fla ...........................................307
Caloosahatchee Canal near Citrus Center, Fla. ........................311
Orange River near Fort Myers, Fla. .............................312
Coastal area between Caloosahatchee River and Peace River
Peace River barin
Peace Creek drainage canal (head of Peace River):
Peace Creek drainage canal near Dundee, Fla. .........................314
Peace Creek drainage canal near Alturas, Fla. ..........................316
Lake Lulu Outlet at Eloise, Fla. ...............................319
Peace River:
Saddle Creek at structure P-ll, near Bartow, Fla ..................322







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Peace River at Bartow, Fla. .........................................323
Payne Creek near Bowling Green, Fla. .......................... 327
Peace River at Zolfo Springs, Fla. ..................................328
Charlie Creek:
Little Charley Bowlegs Creek near Sebring, Fla. ................332
Charlie Creek near Gardner, Fla ...............................334
Peace River at Arcadia, Fla. .......................................336
Joshua Creek at Nocatee, Fla. ...................................340
Horse Creek near Arcadia, Fla. ................................. 343
Shell Creek:
Prairie Creek near Fort Ogden, Fla........................... 3345
Myakka River basin
Myakka River at Myakka City, Fla .................................346
Myakka River below Upper Myakka Lake, near Sarasota, Fla. ..........347
Myakka River near Sarasota, Fla. ..................................349
Myakka River below Lower Myakka Lake, near Sarasota, Fla. ..........353
Big Slough near Murdock, Fla. ..................................355
Coastal area between Myakka River and Alafia River
Shakett Creek:
Salt Creek:
Cow Pen Slough near Bee Ridge, Fla......................356
Phillippi Creek near Sarasota, Fla .......................... ...357
Manatee River near Bradenton, Fla .............................358
Little Manatee River near Fort Lonesome, Fla ................... 361
Little Manatee River near Wimauma, Fla. ........................362
Bullfrog Creek near Wimauma, Fla .............................366
Alafia River basin
North Prong Alafia River at Keysville, Fla. ......................... 367
South Prong Alafia River near Lithia, Fla ........................ 369
Alafia River at Lithia, Fla. .........................................370
Hillsborough River basin and coastal area north of Alafia River
Sixmile Creek (head of Palm River) at Tampa, Fla. ................374
Fox Branch near Socrum, Fla .............................. 376
Blackwater Creek near Knights, Fla. .........................377
Hillsborough River near Zephyrhills, Fla. ........................379
New River near Zephyrhills, Fla. ...........................383
Flint Creek:
Pemberton Creek near Dover, Fla. .......................384
Flint Creek near Thonotosassa, Fla. .......................... 385
Cypress Creek near San Antonio, Fla .........................386
Hanna Lake Outlet near Lutz, Fla. ......................387
Hillsborough River at Fowler Avenue, near Tampa
(near Harney), Fla. ..........................................389
Hillsborough River near Tampa, Fla. .............................391
Hutchins Lake Outlet near Lutz, Fla. ....................395
Drainage ditch at Bearss Avenue, near Sulphur
Springs, Fla. ........................... ............. 397
Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs, Fla. ......................399
Coastal area between Hillsborough River and Withlacoochee River
Sweetwater Creek near Sulphur Springs, Fla ...................... 401
Rocky Creek near Sulphur Springs, Fla ........................ .403
Brooker Creek near Odessa, Fla .............................. ..405








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Brooker Creek near Tarpon Springs, Fla............................407
Alligator Creek at Safety Harbor, Fla. ...........................409
Allen Creek near Largo, Fla ....................................411
Seminole Lake Outlet near Largo, Fla. ........................ ......412
Anclote River near Elfers, Fla. ......................... .......414
Jumping Gully at Loyce, Fla. ...................................417
Pithlachascotee River near New Port Richey, Fla. ................. .418
Withlacoochee River basin
Lake Mattie (in headwaters of Withlacoochee River):
Withlacoochee River near Eva, Fla. ...................................419
Pony Creek near Polk City, Fla. ................................421
Withlacoochee-Hillsborough overflow (diversion to
Hillsborough River basin) near Richland, Fla. ..................422
Withlacoochee River near Dade City, Fla. ........................... 424
Withlacoochee River at Trilby, Fla. .................................426
Little Withlacoochee River at Rerdell, Fla. ......................430
Withlacoochee River at Croom, Fla. ..................................432
Jumper Creek Canal (head of Jumper Creek)
near Bushnell, Fla ........................................436
Chitty Chatty Creek near Wildwood, Fla. ........................437
Panasoffkee River near Lake Panasoffkee, Fla ................ ....438
Withacoochee River near Holder, Fla. ...............................440
Coastal area between Withlacoochee River and Suwannee River
Waccasassa River near Otter Creek, Fla .......................... 444
Waccasassa River near Gulf Hammock, Fla. .......................446
Otter Creek at Otter Creek, Fla. ............................447
Cow Creek:
Tenmile Creek at Lebanon Station, Fla. ...................449
Suwannee River basin
Suwannee River near Benton, Fla. ................. .................451
Suwannee River at White Springs, Fla ................................452
Withlacoochee River near Pinetta, Fla. ........................... 456
Suwannee River at EIIaville, Fla. ....................... .......... 460
Suwannee River at Luraville, Fla. ...................... ..............464
Suwannee River at Branford, Fla. ................................. 466
Santa Fe River near Graham, Fla .............................470
New River near Lake Butler, Fla ............................472
Santa Fe River at Worthington Springs, Fla. ......................474
Olustee Creek:
Swift Creek near Lake Butler, Fla. ......................478
OIustee Creek near Providence, Fla ............ ..............479
Santa Fe River near High Springs, Fla. ...................... ..480
Sante Fe River near Fort White, Fla. .............................484
Suwannee River near Bell, Fla. ......................................488
Suwannee River near Wilcox, Fla ................................... 491
Coastal area between Suwannee River and Aucilla River
Steinhatchee River near Cross City, Fla. ...........................495
Fenholloway River near Foley, Fla .............................498
Fenholloway River at Foley, Fla. ................................500
Econfina River near Perry, Fla. ..................... ...........503








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Aucilla River basin
Aucilla River at Lamont, Fla. ...................................506
Coastal area between Aucilla River and Ochlockonee River
St. Marks River near Newport, Fla. ..............................509
Sopchoppy River near Sopchoppy, Fla. ...........................511
Ochlockonee River basin and coastal area
Ochlockonee River near Havana, Fla. ............................ 512
Little River near Quincy, Fla. .............................516
Ochlockonee River near Bloxham, Fla. ...........................518
Telogia Creek near Bristol, Fla ..............................522
Coastal area between Ochlockonee and Apalachicola River
Carrabelle River:
New River near Wilma, Fla. ................................524
Apalachicola River basin
Apalachicola River at Chattahoochee, Fla. ............................. 525
North Mosquito Creek at Chattahoochee, Fla. ....................529
Apalachicola River near Blountstown, Fla. .......................... 531
Chipola River near Altha, Fla. ......................-..........- 533
Coastal area between Apalachicola River and Choctawhatchee River
Econfina Creek near Compass Lake, Fla. ............. .........537
Econfina Creek near Bennett, Fla. .............. ........... 539
Bear Creek near Youngstown, Fla. ..........................543
Choctawhatchee .River basin
Choctawhatchee River at Caryville, Fla. ........................ ...... .545
Holmes Creek at Vernon, Fla ................................... ..549
Choctawhatchee River near Bruce, Fla. ........ .......................... 551
'Coastal area between Choctawhatchee River and Yellow River
Alaqua Creek near De Funiak Springs, Fla. .................... .. 555
Yellow River basin
Yellow River at Milligan, Fla. ............... ............. .........557
Shoal River near Mossy Head, Fla. ........................... 561
Shoal River near Crestview, Fla, ............... .............. 563
Yellow River near Holt, Fla ............... .... ................ 567
Blackwater River basin and coastal area
Blackwater River near Baker, Fla ........................ .......569
Big Juniper Creek near Munson, Fla. .......................571
West Fork Big Coldwater Creek at Cobbtown, Fla. .........573
Big Coldwater Creek near Milton, Fla. ........................ 574
Pond Creek near Milton, Fla. .................... ........ 578
Hurricane Branch near Milton, Fla... ..................... 580
Escambia River basin and coastal area
Escambia River near Century, Fla. .................. ............ 581
Pine Barren Creek near Barth, Fla ......................... 585
Perdido River basin and coastal area
Bayou Marcus Creek near Pensacola, Fla. ........................587
Perdido River:
Brushy Creek near Walnut Hill, Fla. ............................588
Perdido River at Barrineau Park, Fla ................... ..... .590
Jacks Branch near Muscogee, Fla. ................. ........594







ILLUSTRATIONS

Figum Page
I. Bar chart showing complete years of processed record for
stream-gaging stations in Florida ................................ 3
2. Explanation of data shown on the three summaries .................... 10
3. River basins and coastal areas for Florida ........................... 11
4. Comparison of median discharges at representative gaging stations
in north Florida and south Florida ............................... 12
. Flow-duration curve for Suwannee River at White Springs, Florida
(station no. 3155), 1907-08, 1928-65 .......................... 14
6. Typical low-flow frequency curves .................................... 16
7. Typical high-flow frequency curves ................................... 17






SELECTED FLOWCIIARACTERISTICS OF
FLORIDA STREAMS AND CANALS
Summaries of Flow Duration and of Low and
High Flows at Gaging Stations
by
Richard C. Heath and E. Turner Wimberly
ABSTRACT
Tables of flow duration, lowest mean discharge, and highest mean discharge
for selected consecutive periods within each year through September 30, 1965,
at 254 stream-gaging stations on Florida streams are presented. These tables
summarize daily streamflow records needed to define flow characteristics at
stream-gaging sites. The content of each of the three summary tables is
described, and techniques for preparing flow-duration curves, and low-flow and
high-flow frequency curves are explained.
INTRODUCTION
The flow of streams and canals is not constant but fluctuates naturally due to
variations in precipitation and runoff, and artificially in response to man's
activities. The effective development and management of surface waters depends
upon a knowledge of the flow characteristics of streams and canals. Design and
operation of flood-control projects and optimum utilization of land within the
project areas requires knowledge of the frequency and size of floods. Likewise,
the effective design and operation of water intake structures and systems, such
as for municipal, industrial, and irrigation uses, for disposal of sewage and other
wastes, and for recreation is dependent upon knowledge of the frequency,
duration, and amount of low or sustained flows.
The primary purpose of this report is to present compilations of statistical
summaries of flow duration and low and high flows at gaging stations in Florida.
These summaries will provide a common foundation for use in hydrologic
investigations, for development and management of the surface water resources,
and for administration of the Florida Water Resources law which was enacted by
the Legislature of the State of Florida in 1961.
These statistical summaries provide the basis for an interpretative report
which will portray the characteristics of flow of the various streams of Florida
and describe their differences and the causes of these differences.

SCOPE
Three types of statewide streamflow summaries are presented in this report -
flow duration, low flow, and high flow. Only limited data are given for gaging
stations at which the flows are reversed by tides or by water-management
practices. The technique for using each of the summaries to determine flow
characteristics is explained and illustrated.






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The first part of the report explains concepts, the record selection, the three
summaries, and the techniques for using the summaries. The second part of the
report presents the summaries (flow duration, the lowest mean discharge, and
highest mean discharge for selected consecutive periods each year) for each
gaging station.
All summaries for this report were processed by an electronic computer
except those for about 30 gaging stations at which reverse flow occurs.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
This report was prepared by the Water Resources Division, U. S. Geological
Survey, under the general supervision of C. S. Conover, District Chief, as part of
a statewide cooperative program with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Streamflow records were obtained by the U.
S. Geological Survey from the continuing network program and from special
investigations conducted in cooperation with several State and Federal agencies.
Data contained in the statistical summaries were processed by the Automatic
Data Processing Section in Washington, D. C.
SELECTION OF DISCHARGE RECORDS
Records of discharge at a network of gaging stations on streams and canals in
Florida have been collected and published by the U. S. Geological Survey on a
continuing basis since about 1930. Records for a few stations are available prior
to 1930.
This report includes descriptions, duration tables, low-flow, and high-flow
sequence tabulations for stream-gaging stations with one or more complete years
of daily discharge records through 1965 (see figure 1 for the period of record for
each gaging station). Complete statistical summaries are not given for gaging
stations on tide-affected streams and canals.
Figure I lists gaging stations in downstream order (the same order in which
the summaries are presented), the national identification number, the state basin
number, and shows, by the bar charts years of record at each gaging station for
which statistical summaries or other data are presented.

STATION DESCRIPTIONS
A description of each gaging station which contains information that should
be considered when using the data precedes each data summary. The following
headings are listed in each gaging station description: Location, Drainage area,
Records available, Gage, Average discharge, Extremes, and Remarks. The
location and drainage area were determined using the best maps available.
"Records available" denote the periods for which there are published records for






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


The first part of the report explains concepts, the record selection, the three
summaries, and the techniques for using the summaries. The second part of the
report presents the summaries (flow duration, the lowest mean discharge, and
highest mean discharge for selected consecutive periods each year) for each
gaging station.
All summaries for this report were processed by an electronic computer
except those for about 30 gaging stations at which reverse flow occurs.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
This report was prepared by the Water Resources Division, U. S. Geological
Survey, under the general supervision of C. S. Conover, District Chief, as part of
a statewide cooperative program with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Streamflow records were obtained by the U.
S. Geological Survey from the continuing network program and from special
investigations conducted in cooperation with several State and Federal agencies.
Data contained in the statistical summaries were processed by the Automatic
Data Processing Section in Washington, D. C.
SELECTION OF DISCHARGE RECORDS
Records of discharge at a network of gaging stations on streams and canals in
Florida have been collected and published by the U. S. Geological Survey on a
continuing basis since about 1930. Records for a few stations are available prior
to 1930.
This report includes descriptions, duration tables, low-flow, and high-flow
sequence tabulations for stream-gaging stations with one or more complete years
of daily discharge records through 1965 (see figure 1 for the period of record for
each gaging station). Complete statistical summaries are not given for gaging
stations on tide-affected streams and canals.
Figure I lists gaging stations in downstream order (the same order in which
the summaries are presented), the national identification number, the state basin
number, and shows, by the bar charts years of record at each gaging station for
which statistical summaries or other data are presented.

STATION DESCRIPTIONS
A description of each gaging station which contains information that should
be considered when using the data precedes each data summary. The following
headings are listed in each gaging station description: Location, Drainage area,
Records available, Gage, Average discharge, Extremes, and Remarks. The
location and drainage area were determined using the best maps available.
"Records available" denote the periods for which there are published records for










INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


Period of record
Station Basin o- --
Caging Station .n.mer nohber 2 2 o0 g 1

North Prong St. Marys River at Moniac, Ca. 2-2285.00 09C

Middle Prong St. Marys River at Taylor, Pla. 2-2290.00 09C

South Prong St. Marys River near Sanderson, Fla. 2-2295.00 09C i

Turkey Creek at Macclenny, Fla. 2-2300.00 09C

South Prong St. Marys River at Cl-n St. Marys, Fla. 2-2305.00 09C

St. Marys River near Macclerny, Fla. 2-2310.00 09C

Jane Green Creek near Deer Park, Fla. 2-2316.00 09E1

St. Johns River near Melbourne, Fla. 2-2320.00 09E1

Wolf Creek near Deer Park, Fla. 2-2322.00 09E1

St. Johns River near Cocoa, Fla. 2-2324.00 09El

St. Johns River near aristmas, Fla. 2-2325.00 09E1

Little Econlockhatchee River near Union Park, Fla. 2-2332.00 09El

Econlockhatchee River near Chuluota, Fla. 2-2335.00 09El

Wekiva River near Sanford, Fla. 2-2350.00 09E1

St. Johns River near De Land, Fla. 2-2360.00 09E1

Green Swamp Run near Loughman, Fla. 2-2363.00 09E2

Big Creek near Clermont, Fla. 2-2365.00 09E2

Little Creek at Cooper's Ranch, near Clermont, Fla. 2-2366.00 09E2

Palatlakaha Creek at Cherry Lake Outlet, near
Croveland, Fla. 2-2369.00 09E2

Palatlakaha Creek near Mascotte, Fla. 2-2370.00 09E2

Apoka-Beauclair Canal near Astatula, Fla. 2-2377.00 09E2
Haines Creek at Lisbon, Fla. 2-2380.00 09E2

Oklawaha River at Moss Bluff, Fla. 2-2385.00 09E2

Oklavaha River near Ocala, Fla. 2-2390.00 09E2

Silver Springs near Ocala, Fla. 2-2395.00 09E2

Oklawaha River near Conner, Fla. 2-2400.00 09E2

Oklawaha River at Eureka, Fla. 2-2405.00 09E2

Camps Canal near Rochelle, Fla. 2-2410.00 09E2

Orange Lake Outlet near Citra, Fla. 2-2424.51 09E2
Lochloosa Lake Outlet near Lochloosa, Fla. 2-2425.00 09E2

Orange Creek at Orange Springs, Fla. 2-2430.00 09E2

Oklawaha River near Orange Springs, Fla. 2-2435.00 09E2

Oklavaha River at Riverside Landing, near Orange

Springs, Fla. 2-2"40.00 09E2

Little Haw Creek near Seville, Fla. 2-2444.20 09E3

Etonia Creek near Florahome, Fla. 2-2450.00 09E3

South Pork Black Creek near Camp Blanding, Fla. 2-2454.00 09E3

South Pork Black Creek near Penney Farms, Pla. 2-2455.00 09E3

North Pork Black Creek near Highland, Fla. 2-2458.00 09E3

North Fork Black Creek near Middleburg, Pla. 2-2460.00 09E3

Moultrie Creek at State Highway 207, near St.

Augustine, Fla. 2-2469.00 09

Moultrie Creek near St. Augustine, Fla. 2-2470.00 09F

Tomoka River near Daytona Beach, Fla. 2-2475.00 09F
Spruce Creek near Ssula, Fla. 2-2480.00 09F

Explanation: 1 (Natural) Flow not appreciably affected by regulation or diversion;

S Appreciable flow regulation or diversion.



Figure 1. Bar chart showing complete years of processed record for stream-gaging

stations in Florida.










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Period of record
Station wiLn -o
caging Station number uber

Ram -all Rtwer mer Ia Gallie, Fla. 2-2490.00 09F

aatne Creek oart ieourns, Fla. 2-2495.00 09F


-trt Canal ar al s Fea, Fl. 2-2500.00 10




sorthl Cal ar SVerO -tachd Fla. 2-2525.00 10A



tati g Creek a er em..s, Fla.. 2-2530.00 10B1



SMatn C nal l ar 3-7, Fa keo Fl.... 2-257".00 101
lamtn eri Canal Vear Oakech.. b la. 2-2595.00 101

ehic g Crreek a t emra, nar e. Fl.i 2-2596.00 1031
itnamnais Creek at Pami alae, Fla- 2-2565.00 10o1

Ft Cana at S-1, near t.lport. Fla. 2-2597.00 1081

rbdiam emairia Cmalner Lakport. Fla-. 2-2590.00 1 10911

ate Pasrt C al at r-72. Mar keaHboba.e Fla. 2-2592.00 1091

ed-H- PCeakaS. Canal nar Ok be, Fla. 2-2595.00 10B1

a Crsa Crk a Cara export, Fa. 2-2615.00 1011








S Cr Wek nr Taf.f l. F. 2-2629.00 10 31

St-.. maCl Ca near aS- u St. Claud. Fla- 2-2635.00 101
aShial Croir at arpeort, ar Kisiamme., Fla. 2-2638.00 1091









epam Crelok at inearprL Fla. 2-2640.00 101
South Port Canal at 9-61, mar St. Cloud, Fla. 2-2650.00 1081








,anc C reek. aS Cloud., Fla.. 2-2760.00 1031

lIy Creea ka r a oengo, Pla. 2-2665.00 10111
oepr Creak n art Dert C Fla.- 2-2667.00 1091








IcloA Creak nat La ke Laae.. Fla. 2-2670.00 10B1
Lalrsima River near ike i a.e Fla. 2-2675.00 10111

.iasimmea ier abeL Lake a k eehbee. FLa. 2-2690.00 101



Cat Creak aBear Sebring. a Fla. 2-2700.00 10B1

"Tbkle Creek ana r. Sot. City. Fla. 2-2705.00 1031





*Joe aga C i Ca ra m aConll, F la. 2-2720.00 10111

naKLP liRe, Basinger, Fl.. 2-2725.00 10B1





Flw Fla 2-2732.00 1091












paai: a ( ural) Fo o appreciably affected by regulation or diverion;1
r~yoe- Crw&a bvee okeechabee, Fl.. 2-2745.00 1091

TayLh r Creak at Okeebhobaa. Fl... 2-2750.00 1091

St. Luiae Canal at Lake Okeachobee. Fla. 2-2765.00 1092

eawese linda drainage camal mar Stuart, Fla. 2-2768.00 1092

Sr- Lucie Cam., at locrk mear Sturt, FL.. 2-2770.00 1092

Smuchtf Fork ft m=baohaa liver at S-46, ear

Jupiter, P.L. 2-2777.00 1092

Seat Piala Oa Caal. at lCo-5, at Canal Point. F ;42-2780.00 1092




ftplaatoe: (Natural) Floe eat appreciably affected by regulation or diversion;
A '"- ppraciable floa regulation or divaralon.



Figure I. Cont.











INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


SSStation B Period of record
Station Basin ----------------------
Gaging Station nuber I number 0 S S I 1 1 1

West Palm Beach Canal above S-5A, near

Loaahatchee, Fla. 2-2784.50 10B2

Diversions to Conservation Area No. 1 at S-5A and

S-5A-S, near Loxahatchee, Fla. 2-2785.00 10B2

Levee 8 Canal at West Palm Beach Canal, near

Loxahatchee, Fla. 2-2785.50 10B2

West Palm Beach Canal below S-5A-E, near

Loxahatchee, Fla. 2-2786.00 10B2

West Palm Beach Canal at West Palm Beach, Fla. 2-2790.00 102

Boynton Canal at Boynton Beach, Pla. 2-2795.00 10B2

Hillboro Canal below RGS-4, near South Bay, Fla. 2-2805.00 10B2

Hillsboro Canal at Belle Glade, Fla. 2-2806.00 10B2

Hillaboro Canal at S-6, near Shawano, Fla. 2-2812.0C 10B2

Hillaboro Canal near Deerfield Beach, Pla. 2-2815.00 10B2

Pompano Canal at S';38, near Pompano Beach, Fla. 2-2817.00 10B2

Pompano Canal at Pompano Beach, Fla. 2-2820.00 10B2

Plantation Road Canal at S-33, near Fort

Lauderdale, Fla. 2-2832.00 10B2

North Bew River Canal below HGS-4, near South Bay,

Fla. 2-2835.00 10B2

North New River Canal at South Bay, Fla. 2-2836.00 10B2

North New River Canal below S-34, near Port

Lauderdale, Fla. 2-2847.00 10B2

North New River Canal near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 2-2850.00 10B2

South New River Canal at S-9, near Davie, Fla. 2-2854.00 100B2

South Bew River Canal at Snake Creek Canal, near

Davie., Fla. 2-2855.00 10B2

South New River Canal at S-13, near Davie, Fla. 2-2861.00 10B2

Snake Creek Canal at N. W. 67th Avenue, near

Hialeah, Fla. 2-2862.00 10B2

Snake Creek Canal at S-29, at North Miami Beach, Fla 2-2863.00 10B2

Biscayne Canal at S-28, near Miami, Fla. 2-2863.40 10B2

Little River Canal at S-27, at Mimi, Fla. 2-2863.80 10B2

Miami Canal at BGS-3 and S-3, at Lake Harbor, Fla. 2-2864.00 10B2

Miami Canal at Lake Harbor, Fla. 2-2865.00 10B2

Miami Canal at broken dam, near Miemi, Fla. 2-2874.00 10B2

Mmi Canal at Pennsuco, near Miami, Fla. 2-2875.00 10B2

Miami Canal at Palmetto bypass, near Hialeah, Fla. 2-2882.00 10B2

Miami Canal at vaterplant, Hialeah, Flao. 2-2885.00 10B2

Miami Canal at H. W. 36th Street, Miami, Pla. 2-2886.00 10B2

Tamiami Canal outlets, Monroe to Carnestown, Fla. 2-2888.00 10B2

Tamlasi Canal outlets, 40-mile bend to Monroe, Fla. 2-2889.00 10B2

Tamiani Canal outlets, Miami to Monroe, Pla. 2-2890.00 10B2 1

Taliami Canal outlets, levee 67A to 40-mile bend,

near Miami, Fla. 2-2890.40 10B2



Bxplanation: natural ) Flow not appreciably affected by regulation or diversion;

Appreciable Plow regulation or diversion.



Figure 1. Cont...










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Station Basin Period of record
Station Bain -----------------------
Cagig Station number number a S -

a CaL oulerm,. levee 30 to levee 67A, ar

mi ntFL 2-2890.60 10B2

Mami Canl na Coral Gables. Fla. 2-2895.00 10B2

Iarth Line Canal near Mia Springs, Fla. 2-2899.00 10B2

Tamiat Canal at Red Road. Miami. Fla. 2-2905.00 10B2

aeraL Gahbla Canal at T i- Canal. near Coral

Cables. V.a. 2-2905.50 10B2

Sapper Cre na Caa a al Gables, Fla. 2-2906.00 1032

3per Creek Cana at S-22. or Saout Mia. Fla. 2-2907.00 1082

ra or S loah me Hoescead, Pla. 2-2908.00 10B2

3 lrzn liver Canal near Everglades. Fla. 2-2910.00 10B2

sperial near Do gnit SprIns.. Fla. 2-2915.00 1082

Calmosahaa!m Ca a at Moare aven Fla. 2-2920.00 10B2

Caloom atchee Canal near Citrus Center, Fla. 2-2925.00 10B2

rg Rier mnar Fort Myers, Fla. 2-2930.00 10B2

Peac Creek drainage canal near Dundee. PIa. 2-2936.94 10D

Pa Creek drainage canal near Alturas, Fla. 2-2939.86 10D

Lake LAl OGtla at Eloise. Pla. 2-2940.68 10D

Saddle Creak at structure P-11, near Barton, Fla. 2-2944.91 10D

Prace tiar at arrtow, Fla- 2-2946.50 10D

Paye Croek mr Boling Green, Fla. 2-2954.20 10D

P a Fier at Zalfo Springs, Fla. 2-2956.37 10D

Little e:arley Bemaleg Creek near Sebring, Fla. 2-2962.23 10D

arnUai Creek ear narde, Fla. 2-2965.00 10D

Peace Siver at Arcadia, Fla. 2-2967.50 10D

Josbha Creek at Nocatee, Fla. 2-2971.00 10D

horse Cr near Arcadia, Fla. 2-2973.10 10D

Prairie Craek mear ar O-den, PFla. 2-2981.23 10

Wrakka liver at Myakka City, Fla. 2-2986.08 10E

Iakka liver bMlo Upper yakka Lake, near Sarasoa

Fla. 2-2988.05 10E

.% a i Sarar. Pt. 2-2988.30 10E

Mrakka iver below Lower Iyakka Lake. near

Sataaota. Fta. 2-2988.50 10E

Xga Sloagh oear s hrdock, PLa. 2-2994.70 10E

a Pea Slb near Be Ridge, la. 2-2997.00 10

Phillppi Creek near Sarasota. Fla. 2-2997.50 10F

otae liver nea Bradenaon, Fla-. 2-3000.00 10l

Little Manatee River near Fort Lonesone, Fla. 2-3001.00 10F

Little Senaree Rivearnar in a. Fla. 2-3005.00 10O

ilaU g Creek near Uiau, Fla. 2-3007.00 10F

r Praog Alafia River at Iyseville. Fla. 2-3010.00 10G

Saned Prong Alafi riverr near Lihia, Fla. 2-3013.00 10G

Afia lier at Lthia. Pln- 2-3015.00 10

Smile Creek at Tamp. FPa. 2-3018.00 10H

Fs ranch near Socru.m Fla. 2-3019.00 10H

plantation: naturall) Flow not appreciably affected by regulation or diversion;

S -. ppraciable flow regulation or diversion.



Figure I. Cont..










INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


Period of record
Station Basin o i o rod
Gaging Station mber er 0

Blackwater Creek nmar Knights, Fla. 2-3025.00 1lOR

Hillsborough River near Zephyrhills, Fla. 2-3030.00 10H

New River near Zephyrhills, Fla. 2-3031.00 10H

Pemberton Creek near Dover, Fla. 2-3032.00 10H

Flint Creek near Thonotosassa, Fla. 2-3033.00 10H

Cypress Creek near San Antonio, Fla. 2-3034.00 10H

Hanna Lake Outlet near Lutz, Fla. 2-3034.33 10H

Hillaborough River at Fowler Avenue, near Tampa,Fla 2-3040.00 10i W

Hillsborough River near TaWpa. Fla.. 2-3045.00 10 .

utchins Lake Outlet near Lutz, Fla. 2-3050.00 10 1

Drainage ditch at Bears Avenue, near Sulphur

Springs, Fla. 2-3055.00 10H

Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs, Fla. 2-3060.00 10H

Sweetwater Creek near Sulphur Springs, Fla. 2-3065.00 10J

Rocky. Creek near Sulphr Springs, Fla. 2-3070.00 10J

Brooker Creek near Odessa, Fla. 2-3072.43 10J

Brooker reek near Tarpon Springs, Fla. 2-3073.59 10J

Alligator Creek at Safety Harbor, Fla. 2-3076.97 103

Allen Creek near Largo, Fla. 2-3077.31 103

Seminole Lake Outlet near Largo, Fla. 2-3088.89 103J

Anclote River near Elfers, Fla. 2-3100.00 103

Jumping Gully at Loyce, Fla. 2-3102.40 10J

Pithlachascotee River near new Port Richey, Pla. 2-3103.00 103

Withlacoochee River near Eva, Fla. 2-3108.00 09G

Pony Creek near Polk City, Fla. 2-3109.00 09G

Withlacoochee-Hillsborough overflow near

Richland, Fla. 2-3110.00 09G

Withlacoochee River near Dade City, Fla. 2-3115.00 09G

Withlacoochee River at Trilby, Fla. 2-3120.00 09G i

Little Uithlacoochee River at Rerdell, Fla. 2-3122.00 09G

Withlacoochee River at Crom, Fla. 2-3125.00 09G

Jumper Creek Canal near Bushnell, Fla. 2-3126.40 09G

ahtty Chatty Creek-near Wildwood, Fla. 2-3126.90 09G

Panasoffkee River near Lake Panasoffkee, Fla. 2-3127.00 09G

Withlaccochee River near Holder, Fla. 2-3130.00 09G

Waccasassa River near Otter Creek, Fla. 2-3135.00 09H

Waccasassa River near Gulf Haock, Pla. 2-3137.00 09H

Otter Creek at Otter Creek, Fla. 2-3140.00 09H

Teneile Creek at Lebanon Station, Fla. 2-3142.00 098

Suwannee River near Benton, Fla. 2-3150.00 09J1 I

Susannee River at White Springs, Fla. 2-3155.00 a0931

Hithlacoochee River near Pinetta, Fla. 2-3190.00 09J3

Suwannee River at Ellaville, Fla. 2-3195.00 09J5

Suwannee River at Luraville, Fla. 2-3200.00 09J5

Swannee River at Branford, Fla. 2-3205.00 0935

Santa Fe River near Graam, Fla. 2-3207.00 0936

Explanation: (Natural) Flow not appreciably affected by regulation or diversion;

F Appreciable flow regul tion or diversion.



Figure 1. Cont...











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Station asin Period of record
Gazing Station number number

soXl r i or Lake antler, Fla. 2-3210.00 09J6

. ,.ta Pe River at Worthington Springs. Fla. 2-3215.00 09A6

Saift Creek mear Lake mtler. Fla. 2-3217.00 09J6

Aluatoe Cirek near Providence. Fla. 2-3218.00 09J6

3.ana fI lver ier aHih Spring., 7a 2-3220.00 0936

Siear m. iFvr Mner part hite,. Fla. 2-3225.00 0936 l 11

Rim ams M L, PL. 2-3230.00 19J5

um ml t River arilC, Fla. 2-3235.00 0935

aStinache Rer F ear Croso City., Fla. 2-3240.00 09,

Fc.ioll.a. Rie oar Foilay. r, Fla 2-3244.00 09K

Cboll.o. iar t Poleay. la, 2-3245.00 I09

comfCina Rivar moa PFr y., Fla. 2-3260.00 09K

-.11a,.- -wier ac m r la. 2-3265.00 1A I

St. Martk River nor Newort, Fla. 2-3269.00 113

4 W Riopep a clr e pcto py. Ftla 2-3271.00 11C

ehlobem Wii-,r me r Havana. Fla. 2-3290.00 1 C i

Litto Rivar oear uitcy, Fla. 2-3295.00 11C

3 -cloch ae River aear m31-h, Fla. 2-3300.00 1 C

Taloit a C reek aertol, Fla- 2-3301.00 liC

e--- over n u- i1a1. L, -a- 2-3303.00 11D

.LechioL aRie Ct ha ttaboohee. FL. 2-3580.00 1l7

Sorth -*quito Creek ai Chatta. ch.ee. Fla. 2-3585.00 11 7

waLoohioL flw Mt a 5amtaotf Ela. 2-3587.00 1137

'hip2la River near Altha, Fla. 2-3590.00 118 ll e i I i 1

sofV Crseekm ar C pap rs Lake. Fla. 2-3593.50 11P

figur C ook aI. att. Fla- 2-3595.00 117

3aar Cm or Yuoongtoo, noa. 2-3595.50 11i

Chectaa.tchee River at Caryville, Fla. 2-3655.00 12A4I

i rmC k ia Varnom, Fl- 2-3660.00 12I4

hramacchee fiver mnar Brac Fla. 2-3665.00 12A4I

ALqu Creek minr Do Funiak Springs, Fla. 2-3670.00 123

m alol mLer at tilligam. FLa- 2-3680.00 12C

ShoaL Lvr itar nosy Read, Fla. 2-3685.00 12C

..al River -mar Crestview, Fla. 2-3690.00 12C

TYi R-mar mar .. FLt I2-3695.00 12C I 1

ltachmaer River onear aker. Fla. 2-3700.00 12D

M8S Jmipr Coek mar oom-. Fla- 2-3702.00 12

.loo Fork 3ig C.a t -r Creok at C bbto Fla. 2-3703.00 120

ig Caodrater Creek oar Mitltonm. Fla. 2-3705.00 12D

Paod Creek mair ilton, Pl. 2-3707.00 12D

r36ca tnch eair Nilton, Fla. 2-3707.50 12D

ambia River mait Century, Fta. 2-3755.00 12E4

Mum 3rrm m Cook omar ftxb. Fa-. 2-3760.00 1234

yom Mrcos Creek mear Pensicola. Fla. 2-3761.00 12F

kooky Cre eki UaIr t elii Fll 2-3763.00 12F

firdido lver at Barrinean Park, l.. 2-3765.00 121

omb. k6 omit mea oo., El. 2-3767.00 12P

planation: naturall) Plow not appreciably affected by reguation or diversion;

S" l- A ppreciable flow regulation or diversion.


Figure I Cont...







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


the particular station. The type and datum of the gage above mean sea level are
given under "Gage." The average discharge for the period of record is given
under "Average discharge." Average discharge is not supplied for stations having
less than five complete years of record. Under "Extremes" the maximum and
minimum discharges and gage heights for the period and for some stations the
maximum known discharge and/or gage height predating the period of record are
given. In the "Remarks" paragraph, supplemental information is given.
Data for gaging stations are presented in downstream order within the river
basins and coastal areas as listed in the "Contents". Stations on a tributary
between two main-stem stations are listed between the two main-stem sites.
Indentations in the station listing in the "Contents" are made to show the order
of rank between the main stem and a tributary.
EXPLANATION OF TABLES
The statistical summaries for each gaging station are explained in detail by
inset notes on the sample shown in figure 2.
The flow-duration tables and summaries of consecutive highest mean
discharge for Florida are computed by the water year (October 1 to September
30), for the area west and north of the St. Marys-Suwannee River basins divide
(see figure 3), and by the calendar year for the area south of this divide. For
stations west and north of the St. Marys-Suwannee divide the low-flow climatic
year begins April 1. For stations on the peninsula south of the St.
Marys-Suwannee divide the climatic year begins July 1. These two climatic years
were used to prevent dividing the low-flow periods in enumerating consecutive
days of low flow for each class interval.
Comparison of the seasonal variation of median discharges at two gaging
stations is shown in figure 4. The Ochlockonee River near Havana is west of the
St. Marys-Suwannee divide, and the Kissimmee River near Okeechobee is south
of this divide.

LOW FLOW
The second summary presented is the annual low-flow table which shows the
lowest daily mean discharge for selected number of consecutive days.
Eleven headings selected for periods ranging from 1 to 274 consecutive days
are listed as shown in figure 2 opposite the climatic year column. Lowest mean
discharge, in cubic feet per second, is shown in the body of the table for the
number of consecutive days indicated by the column headings and for climatic
years given in the first column. The tables provides the data needed for
preparation of low-flow frequency curves.











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ST.* MM 111= SA o MASTIL an
('c L~2 L- 1-2290. iddle Poeg St. lry. River at Taylor. Tl a.
ea m.-f- 31W2', lmg 82 W7. an l betaa wseea. 2 aod 3. T.1 S., 1.20 ., ouer center of span o pstrem aide of bridge on
smte R~gbmy 0, OJ nile southbe of Taylor., Baer County, and thrbeequartrs of a mile upstrmu fro Uttle liver.
asm e-s--* s aw a- apprz&I" 7-
cwdr oa, t.Ib.--aSptoer 1933 a Sepcber 1965.
.-r a ruoee (digLtal). D-rn of ga it 89.4 ft above uam sea level, daet of 1929 (fro elevation of cenotrline of
br9tdg. bm'ih by Florida State Road Dearmto).
Aurmg lmbcrr .-o yere, 1X1 of*.
SM .-155 -45 dch rge, 3,920 fc Sept 12. 1964 (Sag heighc. 14.38 ft); oim L daily, 0.1 cf. Aug. 24-31, Sept. 12-18,
23,I7.1 lll. IWa bhicbt. 0.853 ft Sept 27. 2193.

DUoATION TARLF OF DAILY '1SCHARPGE L FL-ATIO A
CL.tM M V 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 19 20 21 22 21 74 25 76 27 28 20 I0 31 7 ? 3 94
YEA0 RmnfER OF OAYS IN CLASS CFS-DY5F
195 1* 2 9 93 2B 96 47'2
1 e 19 l ocal cfa-day for year.
019 o p ar 12 14 119 13 21 11 5 6
19981 14 19oo"d'ca2Aa. 1464 (9 54 19 % 96 2
199 2T7 40o .---" 28 27 29 23 8 19 11 8 4 13 T5
c S ( r of dy. Itn ttr year l0 16 30 16 20 20 8 a 5 2 41977.(
196 10 ditch. was equal to or greater than 17 131 7 6 6 2 74851.0
19Z 410 a so06 13 2 5011.9
tL...... at tb6 ted for clMsc 7, but lose 51
9e 30.) l 22 23 4 -- 33 14 25 11 20 105703.
1.IS 15 4 8 3 4 Z 3 4 16 20 14 10 32 28 63-42 54 17 7 10 3 5 56766.
Mtal r of days prod of re0rd\ FLOB-DI0BATIO S5bAT TARLS
A.ASS S TQTAL A ELC c ph s tt dLsharge .q or gtar .-LASS CFS TCTAL ACCJX PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PE;RC
ia 1 tbothatfol 1. ) .0 40 132 1537 42.1 27 700 37 83 2.3
S.9 50 for3 1405 38.5 20 1000 46 46 1.3
-.,ou. to t 99.6 1 4.0 82 2627 71.9 20 70 227 1202 32.9 29 .
3 99Z- i at r of day in period of 100 248 975 26.7 30 .0
37 3 9931. tht io 150 la5 727 19.9 31 .0
S V.S #3 scos that daichu Att eSr. 0 ue eq0u l6 to o r
g et7 tha e h r at for c 7 (1.0 es). 200 216 2 14. 32
6 300 119 324 8.9 33 .0
S .43 3 7. 0.0 246 19547 5. ?5 400 59 207 5.7 34 .0
3 TS cn3 Z a \/Pro of tel In period of reord 500 65 146 4.1 35
that discharge vas eqoal to or greater SARY
th5a ao m 7 1.0 ef). ANICAL LOW-FLO 5BUlAgT
L .VET5 e tSCAn RGF. IN CFS. FOC TMF FOLLOWING NUtRER OF CONSFCUTIVE nAY~ IN yAq MFGININrlr APPIL 1
Ya 1. 3 7 14 0 60 9 120_ 159 183 274
L9%4 11 .1 1 .1 1.2 1.4 22.7
957 4.7 5. 6.9 0n 8.2 14 Meber of dooertt day. for iv72 89.9 121.9
Id *I ona 71;.2
1919 4T 6.7 B. t1015 14.2 17.3 26.1 33.9 44.3 44.9 73.8
1960 .9 1., 62.10 ..... 2. 79.7
1.-oi= eeragrib 1.1 9 1.5 at oan discharge for 30 consecutive\ 62. 797.9
tD2. 1.li i yat ear starting April 1.
Li.3t .5 .6 \0- ./ 23.4 17.1
1963 .5 .5 .6 .7 12. o. 34.2
196. 1.5 1.7 2.0 3.8 9.6 32.3 98.0 168.O 172.0 192.0 253.0


19W .1T 01EA6 DISCNSAGF. it CFS. FOR THE
v000 t 3 7 15
195& Vater year ending September 30.1 6315
1"97 31.1
1950 129&.9 1210.9 991.n 755.n
t959 1 t00. 1240. 1199.9 925.0
1960 1M,0.O 111n.n 958.n 683.0
196L TL2. 695.9 636.0 478.'1
1.96Z 906.0 161Il 124.n 77.7
1963 451.. 44a.0 397.0 324.0
496. 3610., 3300.0 2760.0 1730.0
;965 127.3 1190. 10621.0 731.0


ANNUAL HIGH-FlO SISOMIMY
FO.LLOW,1G NUMBFR OF CONSFCUTIVF D(AY IN YFAR FNOlING SEPTFMRFR 3n
30 60 90 120 ISO 183 274
.1 Bushar of csaeattive days for 1.9 1.8 1.5
364 \ith dishargt i co puted. 16:o 141. n 95 3
40.0 19.n 168.n l17.n
659.0 41.0O 371.0 375.0 273.0 235.n 173.n
512.0 365.0 272.0 208.0 170n0 168.n 149.0
315.0 190.0 1.0. 106.0 85.3 76.7 60.9
70.9 /Highest co d.ciare for 30 \ 25.7 24.1 17.1
76. ou ,a- d in ater year 121.0 99.4 76.1
99t eodi S :teobcr 30. 1963. 432.0 364.0 363.0
447.0 248.0 264.0 261-0 219.0 192.0 1U0.0


Figure 2 Explanation of data shown on the three summaries.

HIGH FLOW


The annual high-flow table, which is the third summary included for each

gaging station, as illustrated in figure 2, is presented in the same manner as that

for low flow with two exceptions: (1) water year (ending September 30), or

calendar year are used instead of climatic year, as explained previously, in order

that all periods of consecutive days selected for high flows are included entirely

within each year;and (2) use of the heading of 15 consecutive days instead of 14

preselectedd in programing for the computer). This table provides the data

needed to prepare frequency curves which give a clearer interpretation of the

frequency of high flows.


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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


Figure 3. River basins and coastal areas for Florida.


FLOW DURATION

The first summary consists of two related tables-the annual flow-duration
table, as illustrated on figure 2, shows the number of daily mean discharges in
about 30 different classes for each water year or calendar year as listed in the
first column. The other column headings across the table are numbers that
designate classes of discharge. Class limit is the lowest discharge that would be
contained in that class and is listed, in cubic feet per second, in the
flow-duration summary table. The first table shows the number of days that the
daily discharge equaled or exceeded the class limit of each class, but was less
than the class limit of the next higher class. The last column in the annual table
is the sum of all daily discharges for each year.


o W W W o o ar


SI I I I I


_ __or r r -


W


I


I


*r







4000


3000






2000






1000


n


bEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC
Figure 4. Comparison of median discharges at representative gaging stations in north Florida and south Florida.


Kissimmee River near Okeechobee, Fla. 00
,(station no. 2- 2730)





Ochlockonee River near Havana, Fla.
'0.(station no. 2-3290)







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The flow-duration summary table, which is the second part of the two related
tables illustrated in figure 2, gives the percentage of time for the period of record
in which the streamflow equaled or exceeded a particular discharge. This table is
generally used for preparation of a flow-duration curve for the period of record.
Similar tables can be prepared manually for any number of years listed above in
the annual flow-duration table. The total number of days in the period of record
that discharge equaled or exceeded the class limit of a particular class but was
less than the class limit of the next higher class are given in the tables. The
accumulated number of days in the period of record that discharge equaled or
exceeded the class limit of each particular class are also shown.

TECHNIQUES FOR USING TABLES
FLOW-DURATION CURVES
The flow-duration curve is a cumulative frequency curve that shows the
percentage of time specified discharges were equaled or exceeded in a given
period. The curve is a means of representing the flow characteristics of a stream
throughout the range of discharge. A flow-duration curve (Searcy, 1959) can be
constructed from the flow-duration summary by plotting the discharges as
ordinates and the percentages as abscissas. Smooth curves are usually drawn to
fit the plotted points, but straight lines can be used to connect the points if it is
desired to avoid introducing interpretations.
The shape of a duration curve reflects the topographic, hydrologic, and
geologic characteristics of the drainage area above the gaging site. A curve with a
steep slope throughout denotes a stream whose flow is highly variable and
largely from direct runoff. A curve with a flat slope indicates that flow is derived
from surface or ground-water storage. For example, the duration curve for
Suwannee River at White Springs (figure 5), has a steep slope for the range of
flow except at the lower end. The steep slope indicates that the discharge, which
is highly variable, results from direct runoff; the lower end of the curve flattens
slightly denoting ground-water inflow that maintains flow during dry seasons.
The duration curve for Suwannee River at White Springs shows that a daily
discharge of 10 cubic feet per second (cfs) was exceeded or at least equaled on
99 percent of the days in the periods 1907-08 and 1928-65. The duration curve
also shows that the median or normal discharge (daily discharge was equaled or
exceeded 50 percent of days) was 700 cfs.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


the particular station. The type and datum of the gage above mean sea level are
given under "Gage." The average discharge for the period of record is given
under "Average discharge." Average discharge is not supplied for stations having
less than five complete years of record. Under "Extremes" the maximum and
minimum discharges and gage heights for the period and for some stations the
maximum known discharge and/or gage height predating the period of record are
given. In the "Remarks" paragraph, supplemental information is given.
Data for gaging stations are presented in downstream order within the river
basins and coastal areas as listed in the "Contents". Stations on a tributary
between two main-stem stations are listed between the two main-stem sites.
Indentations in the station listing in the "Contents" are made to show the order
of rank between the main stem and a tributary.
EXPLANATION OF TABLES
The statistical summaries for each gaging station are explained in detail by
inset notes on the sample shown in figure 2.
The flow-duration tables and summaries of consecutive highest mean
discharge for Florida are computed by the water year (October 1 to September
30), for the area west and north of the St. Marys-Suwannee River basins divide
(see figure 3), and by the calendar year for the area south of this divide. For
stations west and north of the St. Marys-Suwannee divide the low-flow climatic
year begins April 1. For stations on the peninsula south of the St.
Marys-Suwannee divide the climatic year begins July 1. These two climatic years
were used to prevent dividing the low-flow periods in enumerating consecutive
days of low flow for each class interval.
Comparison of the seasonal variation of median discharges at two gaging
stations is shown in figure 4. The Ochlockonee River near Havana is west of the
St. Marys-Suwannee divide, and the Kissimmee River near Okeechobee is south
of this divide.

LOW FLOW
The second summary presented is the annual low-flow table which shows the
lowest daily mean discharge for selected number of consecutive days.
Eleven headings selected for periods ranging from 1 to 274 consecutive days
are listed as shown in figure 2 opposite the climatic year column. Lowest mean
discharge, in cubic feet per second, is shown in the body of the table for the
number of consecutive days indicated by the column headings and for climatic
years given in the first column. The tables provides the data needed for
preparation of low-flow frequency curves.








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41 1 1 I 1 1111 I I I
0.01 01 05 2 5 10 20 40 60 80 90 98 99.5 999 9999
PERCENT OF TIME DISCHARGE WAS EQUALED OR EXCEEDED
Figure 5. Flow-duration curve for Suwannee River at White Springs, Florida (station
no. 3155), 1907-08, 1928-65.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 62


LOW-FLOW FREQUENCY CURVES
Data in the annual low-flow tables can be used to construct frequency
curves. By use of these frequency curves the average number of years between
recurrence of similar low flows can be estimated.
As an example, the low-flow frequency curves for Suwannee River at White
Springs for 30 and 274 consecutive days are shown in figure 6. The 30-day
curve shows that the lowest mean discharge for 30 consecutive days is expected
to be less than 10 cfs at intervals that average 20 years in length. The curves are
prepared from the data in the annual low-flow table by following these steps:
1. Array the lowest mean discharges for a selected number of
consecutive days in ascending order of magnitude (beginning with
number 1 for the lowest discharge).
2. Assign order numbers to the discharge.
3. Compute the recurrence interval for each discharge by the formula
(N + 1)/M, where M is the assigned order number and N is the total
number of years for which discharges were ranked.
4. Plot each discharge as an ordinate against its corresponding
recurrence interval as an abscissa and draw a smooth curve through
the plotted points.
The user must understand that the recorded low-flow extremes may be
exceeded by those outside the period of record, and that the real time interval
between low flows of the same magnitude may vary considerable.

HIGH-FLOW FREQUENCY CURVES
The technique used in the preparation of high-flow frequency curves is
similar to that of low-flow frequency curves, except that the discharge for the
selected number of days are assigned order numbers from the discharge of
greatest magnitude (number 1) to the discharge of least magnitude. High-flow
frequency curves for Suwannee River at White Springs for 30 and 274
consecutive days are shown in figure 7. The smoothed 30-day curve for
Suwannee River at White Springs shows that the highest mean discharge for 30
consecutive days is expected to be greater than 15,000 cfs at intervals that
average 20 years in length.
The amount by which annual high-flow frequency curves differ throughout
time is influenced largely by climate and topography while climate and geology
have the greatest influence on annual low-flow frequency curves.








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800
600

400
300


LOI 105 L2 L5 2 3 4 6 8 10
RECURRENCE INTERVAL, YEARS
Figure 6. Typical low-flow frequency curves.


20 40 60 80 100


Laoest mean charge for the years
1907, 1927-64 for the indicated num-
ber of consecutive days for Suwmnee
River at White Springs, Fla. stationn
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The flow-duration summary table, which is the second part of the two related
tables illustrated in figure 2, gives the percentage of time for the period of record
in which the streamflow equaled or exceeded a particular discharge. This table is
generally used for preparation of a flow-duration curve for the period of record.
Similar tables can be prepared manually for any number of years listed above in
the annual flow-duration table. The total number of days in the period of record
that discharge equaled or exceeded the class limit of a particular class but was
less than the class limit of the next higher class are given in the tables. The
accumulated number of days in the period of record that discharge equaled or
exceeded the class limit of each particular class are also shown.

TECHNIQUES FOR USING TABLES
FLOW-DURATION CURVES
The flow-duration curve is a cumulative frequency curve that shows the
percentage of time specified discharges were equaled or exceeded in a given
period. The curve is a means of representing the flow characteristics of a stream
throughout the range of discharge. A flow-duration curve (Searcy, 1959) can be
constructed from the flow-duration summary by plotting the discharges as
ordinates and the percentages as abscissas. Smooth curves are usually drawn to
fit the plotted points, but straight lines can be used to connect the points if it is
desired to avoid introducing interpretations.
The shape of a duration curve reflects the topographic, hydrologic, and
geologic characteristics of the drainage area above the gaging site. A curve with a
steep slope throughout denotes a stream whose flow is highly variable and
largely from direct runoff. A curve with a flat slope indicates that flow is derived
from surface or ground-water storage. For example, the duration curve for
Suwannee River at White Springs (figure 5), has a steep slope for the range of
flow except at the lower end. The steep slope indicates that the discharge, which
is highly variable, results from direct runoff; the lower end of the curve flattens
slightly denoting ground-water inflow that maintains flow during dry seasons.
The duration curve for Suwannee River at White Springs shows that a daily
discharge of 10 cubic feet per second (cfs) was exceeded or at least equaled on
99 percent of the days in the periods 1907-08 and 1928-65. The duration curve
also shows that the median or normal discharge (daily discharge was equaled or
exceeded 50 percent of days) was 700 cfs.






600P00
40,000
30,000
20,000


10,000
8,000
SOO
6,000
4,000
3,000

2,000


1,000
800
600
400
300

200


100


1.01 1.05 1.2 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10
RECURRENCE INTERVAL, YEARS
Figure 7. Typical high-flow frequency curves.


20 40 60 80 100


30 days










Highest mean discharge for years 1907-
r a08, 1928-65 for the indicated number
_of consecutive days for Suwannee River
Sat White Springs, Fla. (station no. 2-3155)
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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Barnes, Harry H., Jr., and Golden, Harold G.,
1966 Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, pt. 2-B, South
Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico basins, Ogeechee River to Pearl
River: U. S. GeoL Survey Water-Supply Paper 1674.
Kenner, W. E., Pride, R. W., and Conover, C. S.,
1967 Drainage Basins in Florida: Florida Board of Conservation, Division of
Geology, Map Series No. 28.
Searcy, J. K.,
1959 Flow-duration Curves: U. S. GeoL Survey Water-Supply Paper 1542-A.
U. S. Geological Survey
1960 Compilation of records of surface waters of the United States through
September 1950, pt. 2-B, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico
Basins, Ogeechee River to Pearl River: U. S. Geological Survey Water-Supply
Paper 1304.
1963 Compilation of records of surface waters of the United States, October 1950
to September 1960, pt. 2-B, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico
basins, Ogeechee River to Pearl River: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 1724.
Surface water records of Florida, v. 1: Streams, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964: U.
S. Geol. Survey opef-file reports.
Water resources data for Florida, pt. 1, Surface water records, v. 1: Streams,
1965: U. S. Geological Survey open-file report.
1906-1960, Surface water supply of the United States, pt. 2-B, South
Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico basins, Ogeechee River to Pearl
River: (Water-supply papers listed in table below).

Year WSP Year WSP Year WSP Year WSP
1906 204 1921 522 1934 757 1947 1082
1907-8 242 1922 542 1935 782 1948 1112
1909 262 1923 562 1936 802 1949 1142
1910 282 19241 582 1937 8221 1950 1172
1911 302 1925 602 1938 852 1951 1204
1912 322 1926 622 1939 872 1952 1234
1913 352 1927 642 1940 892 1953 1274
1914 392 1928 662 1941 922 1954 1334
1915 402 1929 682 1942 952 1955 1384
1916 432 1930 697 1943 972 1956 1434
1917 452 1931 712 1944 1002 1957 1504
1918 472 1932 727 1945 1032 1958 1554
1919-20 502 1933 742 1946 1052 1959 1624
1960 1704
















STATISTICAL SUMMARIES OF STREAMFLOW
The remaining pages of this report are data on flow duration, low flow,
and high flow in the form of print-out sheets from an electronic computer.


Statistical summaries of streamflow (254 stations-see 1st station)








090 ST. MAYTS RIVER BASIN AND COASTAL ARIA
2-2285. North Prong St. Marys River at Moniac, Ga.
ocation.-Lat 30*31', long 8214', in sec.8, T.1 H., R.21 B., Baker County, near right bank at upstream side of bridge on State
Highway 94, 950 ft upstream from Georgia Southern & Florida Railway bridge, 0.5 mile vest of Moniac, Charlton County, and 1.0
mile downstream frame Moccasin Creek.
Drainage area. --160 sq mi, approximately (includes part of watershed in Okefenokee Swamp which is indeterminate).
Records available.--January 1921 to December 1923 (published as St. Marys River at Moniac), January 1927 co June 1930, July 1932
to June 1934, October 1950 to September 1965.
ga e.--Water-stage recorded (digital). Datum of gage is 89.40 ft above ean sea level, datum of 1929. January 1921 to June 1934,
staff gage at site 800 ft downstream at datum 3.22 ft higher. Oct. 1 to Dec. 13, 1950, wire-weight gage at present siiatnd datum.
Average discharge.--20 years (1921-23, 1927-29, 1932-33, 1950-65), 146 ofs.
Bztremes.--1921-23, 1927-30, 1932-34, 1950-65: Maximum discharge, about 6,060 cfs, probably Sept. 19, 1928 (gage height, 19.9 ft,
present datm, at site then in use), from rating curve extended above 3,700 ofs; no flow for many days in most years; minimum
gage height, 3.62 ft June 26, 1955.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE


CLASS .0 1 2 3 4 5 6


7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34


21 2 13 4 1 20 9 5 18 5


NUMBER OF DA
5 7 6 12


24 .1 2 6 1 1 9 1 1 3 1 16 36 12 21
6 4 9 10 3 12
6 4 17 10 9 15 8 14 21 6 4
6 3 12 8 4 1 3 2 12 14 6
16 3 15 5 6 22 17 33 30 19 22
19 3 1 4 1 5 3 3 4 2 7
42 30 35 21 26 6 7 5 7 5 3
4 16 16 13 20 30 17 15 32 20 17
4 1 19 26 14 12 9 11 10 0 12
2 6 3 2 2 2 2 4 4 3
18 10 4 3 1 3 7 7 1 86
2 1 1 3 5 7
5 7 2 10 9 3 7
3 1 7 8 15 14 10 24 36 26 32
8 1 3 2 3 6 6 8 23 33 22
1 4 2 2 2 2 14 22 24 11 13
34 1 1 1 4 9 2 3


YS IN CLASS
18 10 42 48
1 34 65
12 3 10
2 48
14 13 17 37
12 17 35 94
7 7 23 27
21 22 29 22
15 6 11 49
4 3 5 18
36 20 37 38
28 23 22 47
12 18 40 93
10 8 8 19
8 6 20 57
25 23 52 63
25 16 11 18
29 19 46 34
15 8 15 28
3 2 5 17


17 28 29 21 17 7
29 57 39 26 54 49 15
12 24 22 28 27 34 13 15 17
24 17 20 33971 90.29 18 9
30 23 47 29 37 40 12 13 5
27 18 7 2 2 4 22 2
36 58 28 12 17 39 8 1 3
10 14 15 6 11 13 5 1
29 18 19 9 13 13 8 10 1
9 1 8 4 2 6
12 13 2 1 4
25 33 23 11 8 8 1 2 2
36 58 52 18 14 13 3 9 5
27 33 39 28 40 32 15 12 8
36 37 46 29 47 44 8 5 4
22 27 36 27 18 17 12
18 15 19 11 18 22 3 2 3
6 6 15 13 17 16 14
17 18 11 12 29 48 14 25 14
38 53 58 30 54 50 14 9 3


CPS-DAYS
2071t763
59980.00
9 4 2 3 122354.52
4 115020*00
4 70450.80
2 2 4 39034010
4143,S30
4 26230.90
2 3 41893.30
9940400
6761.20
2 3 1 36055.90
1 49083.10
7 3 89444050
60401.50
35 36.60
1 2 39970.20
27846.70
5 5 5 119512.20
1 73493.30


YEAR ,
1922
1923.
1928
1929
1933
1951 19
1992 31
1953 4
1954 107
1995 118
1956 3
1997
1998
1959
1960
1961
1962 3
1963 35
1964
1965


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CLASS CFO TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFO TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CF8 TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
.00 320 7305 100.0 09 *30 165 6701 91?7 18 10.0 294 5155 70*6 27 300*0 541 996 1356
1 .01 6905 95.6 10 .50 119 6536 89.0 19 15.0 225 4061 66.5 28 500.0 176 455 6*2
2 02 21l 6985 95.6 11 *70 114 6417 87.8 20 20*0 454 4636 63.* 29 700.0 134 279 3.8
$ ,03 26 6964 95.3 12 1.00 193 6503 86.3 21 30.0 792 4182 57.2 30 1000.0 76 155 231
4 .05 14 6938 95.0 13 1.50 113 6150 84.2 22 50.0 462 3390 46.4 31 1500.0 42 79 1.1
5 *07 2 6924 94.8 14 2.00 191 6037 82*6 23 70.0 551 2928 40.1 32 2000.0 22 37 .5
6 .10 139 6922 94.8 15 3.00 286 5846 80.0 24 100.0 531 2377 32*5 33 3000.0 12 15 *2
7 015 '2 6783 92.9 16 5.00 194 5560 76.1 25 150.0 350 1846 25. 34 5000.n 3 3 .0
8 .20 .0 6781 92.8 17 7.00 211 5366 73.5 26 200.0 500 1496 20.5 35

10WEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR BEGINNING APRIL 1
YEAR 1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1921 000 .00 .00 .00 .04 .25 1.44 6.56 11.80 28.90 86.50
1922 .13 .20 .23 .03 .66 10.8O 27.40 26.80 55*40 62.70 81060 0
1927 *00 00 00 00 *01 1.08 2.82 2.98 4.63 14*10 79.20
1928 31,00 31.00 320.0 34.80 44.60 47.30 119.00 176800 231.00 318.00 427.00
1929 21.00 26.30 33.00 38090 51.60 76.70 152.00 227.00 236.00 321.00 311.00
1933 010 10o .11 .14 .16 .19 030 o48 .57 *71 32.0' 0
1951 :00 .00 00 ,01 .29 1.13 1.10 2.48 3.53 8.29 46.60 g
1952 00o 00 0 00 .00 .10 *18 1*48 5917 7,15 901 10060
1954 :06 :00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .01 .01 .01 019
1955 000 000 .00 000 .05 .07 .12 .38 11,00 20.9Q 24.80
1956 *00 *00 *09 .19 .50 .57 .97 2.80 7.79 16.00 .1.100
1957 9090 10.70 12930 13S40 18220 45.70 55.00 64.10 78660 92e60 104400
1995 .10 *10 .10 .10 .16 .68 2.95 3.75 7.64 18000 38.60
1959 15000 18030 24.10 26830 34.30 42*40 61.30 83.20 95.00 112.00 151.00
1960 1.00 1037 2.96 5.14 8.62 22.80 46*40 78.20 78.00 108.00 126.00
1941 *10 0 .20 9 062 .96 2.18 2.93 4.94 7.10 23.50 54.40
1'962 000 .00 *21 .44 1.31 3.37 9.85 36.30 71*80 90.50 70.90
1963 .00 .00 .000 .00 .01 1.17 7.67 8.84 8.33 11.90 21.70
1964 *10 .17 .23 .60 3.95 11.50 93.50 176.00 205.00 246.00 323.00


















North Prong St. Marys River at STATION NUMBER 02-2285,00
oA CE DS Io.
S NIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN


YEAR
1922
1928
1929'
1933
1951
1953
1954
196
19561
1997
1998
1999
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965


.1
370.00
670*00
6000000
1940.00
1720*00
4030*00
1260*00
1880.00
2080400
429*00
294*00
3040*00
1540*000
2590*00.
1390*0, ;
662:0O
2610*00
678*00
4470.00
1500.00


3 ,
350.00
648.000
5370.00
1550*00
1670*00
,3730.00
1160.00
1810400
204*000
366.00
265'00
2800.00
1420.00
2340.*00
1270.00.
654.00
2360.00
648600
4290.00
1430*00


7
312 00
554.00
4330.00
1140.00
1470.00
2960*0.0
853*00
1290.00
1680.00
224.00
196*00
2200*00
11860.00
1990.00
967.00
632.00
1660000
597.00
3410.00
1120.00


15
250.00
432.00
2940.00
703.00
.972*00
1,70*00
586*600
655*00
1160*00
187*00
113*00
1390000
843.00
1480.00
616.00
558.00
996,00
460.00
2140.00
679.00


30
17600
376000
1590*00
535600
619.00
1030*00
528*00
510*00
686100
160*00
62.10
792.00.
52500:,
1260'00
520000
372.00
559900
433*00
1500.00
469.00


60
135.00
343.00
931000
500.00
435.00
545000
366*00
319*00
370.00
94090
46.00
431.00
347.00
766o0.0
376.00
205.00
322.00
352.00
964.00
344.00


90
98@40
320000
891.00
439900
448.00
378.00
294.00
224.00
329*00
64.50
38*00
306.00
273.00
550.000
294.00
152*00
220.00
262.00
681.00
340.00


120
89010
252000
700.00
378*00
381*00
293.00
262.00
168*00
322.00
48.40
39.30
242.00
227.00
468600
229*00
116*00
167.00
20'. 00
512.09
319*00


YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30


150
73030
230.00
592*00
357*00
314*00
241*00
234*00
136.00
269.00
38*80
32*10
203*00
195.00
420.00
221.00
121400
147.00
16'6.00
516.00
274.00


183
70.10
200.00
611.00
339.00
290*00
203*00
209*00
135,00
227.00
31.90
30.70
176.00
174.00
383000
219*00
105*00
172*00
141.00
434.00
245.00


274
73.80
178*00.
445,00.
352.000
226*00
139.00
145,00
93030
153*00
21070
22.60
120*00
154*00
310*00
187*00
95*20
130*00
96.90
422*00
231*00


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09o IT, MHAuT RIR l AMID OAI S, AI A

2.3190, Middle Pron it, NaVry aiver Ci Taylor, Vra,

Lo ationLast 3006', loas O*0l'1, 1o liW n baetwn ***s, 2 and 3, Tl II, 1,20 I,, uelr *enter of sp on upetres lside of bridlr n
e-S Hllwly 1tS, 0,95 ltts outheast o( Taylov, Bsker County, and three.quaersrs of a atle uptreanr from lttle Riverr,
Dratiae rea,..*45 eq at, Wpproxulbtely,
Rseords avatilble...lleptembr 1955 to Septleber 1965.

gY .We.Vter-wtale recorder (digital), Datu of gae is 89.4 ft abovesan ses level, datum of 1929 (from elevation of centerline of
bride, furnished by riorida State load Department)
Avorai discharte-. 0 years, 104 of..

tjeMs.--195659 Matium discharge, 3,920 eof Sept. 12, 1964 (gap height, 14,38 ft) mainima daLly, 0.1 ofe Aug. 24-31, tept. 12-18,
5), 956 mitmamm gap height, 0.85 ft 8ept. 27, 1963.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS 0 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2 574 26 27 28 29 30 321 S329 34


16 12 5 33 28 96 63 42 49 11 5
1 6 19 23 24 10 15
2 2 1 2 1
27 40 11 8 2 5
8 12 4 4 2 1
1 15 13 18 20 19
4 10 8 50 86 52 Po 14
4 20 26 19 42 13 16
4 3 2 1
16 4 8 3 4


CFS TOTAL
.0
*1 16
.2 12
.3 5
.4 37
.5 43
.7 168
1.0 243
1.5 208


ACCUM
3653
3653
3637
3625
3620
3583
3540
3372
3129


PERCT
100,0
100.0
99.6
99.2
99.1
98.1
96.9
92.3
85.7


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS
2.0
3,0
4.0
5.0
7.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
30.0


NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLA.
3 1 2
16 23 41 29 18 12 12 14 16
3 13 18 21 26 16 16 46 59
1 3 6 6 40 38 28 27 29
3 9 13 29 48 31 21 25 47
35 25 20 19 28 22 18 24 23
24 14 14 12 11 A 9 10 7
31 18 19 11 25 17 13 12 3
14 20 21 26 30 16 9 13 15
2 3 4 16 20 14 10 32 28


TOTAL
209
85
82
132
129
158
169
246
174


ACCUM
2921
2712
2627
2545
2413
2284
2126
1957
1711


PERCT
80.0
74.2
71.9
69.7
66.1
62.5
58.2
53.6
46.8


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


;S

19 13 21 11 5 6 6 3
54 39 20 9 6 2 6 3
23 8 19 11 8 8 4 13
30 16 20 20 6 8 5 2
17 13 14 7 6 6 2
13 2
7 29 24 11 5
22 23 44 33 14 25 11 20
63 42 54 17 7 10 3 5


TOTAL
132
203
227
248
185
216
119
59
65


ACCUM
1537
1405
1202
975
727
542
326
207
148


PERCT
42.1
38.5
32.9
26.7
19.9
14.8
8.9
5.7
4.1


CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM
27 700 37 83
28 1000 46 46
29
30
31
32
33
34
35


YEAR
1996
1997
1958
195,9
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965

CLASS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8


CPS-DAYS
479*2
92081.5
43959.9
47605.8
41977.8
24851.0
5011.9
21483.5
105703.2
56766.0


PERCT
2.3
1.3
0
*0
.0
0
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LnWEST MEAN DISCHARGED IN CFS, FOR THF FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSFCUTIVP DAY< IN YFAR BEGINNING APRIL 1
YEAR 1 3 7 14 s30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1956 e1 @1 61 .1 o4 06 ,9 1.1 1.2 1.4 22.7
1957 4.7 5.0 6.0 8.2 10.4 13,8 43.5 61.5 7 .2 89.9 121.0
1958 $8 a8 a8 919 1.0 1,# 4.5 11.1 15.7 32.6
1959 4 7 607 8.0 10 14.2 17.3 26.1 33.9 44*3 44.9 73.8
1960 *8 *8 .8 .9 15 6.8 12.6 23.4 22.6 62*1 79.7
1961 *9 1.0 1.1 103 1,5 1.8 1.8 1.9 2.0 305 47.9
1962 o4 *4 ,5 .6 s8 11 1.7 4.0 13.1 23.4 317.1
1963 05 05 .6 .7 .9 1.3 4.6 12.7 14.5 18.7 34.2
1964 1.6 1.7 2.0 3.8 9.6 32.3 98.0 168.0 172.0 192.0 253.0

HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YFAR ENDING SfPTFMRFR 3
YEAR 1 3 7 15 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1906 14,0 11*0 7.1 4.5 3.1 2,2 2.0 109 1.9 1.8 15 5
1997 1040.0 1020.0 905.0 631.0 364.0 265~n 244.0 207.0 169.0 141.0 953.
1958 1420.0 1210*0 99120 755.0 *85.0 342.n 263.0 225.0 194.0 168.0 137.0
i959 1340*0 1240.0 1190.0 925.0 659.0 401.0 373.0 325.0 273.0 233*0 173.0
1960 1200*0 1110.0 958*0 683.0 $12.0 365.0 272.0 208*0 170.0 168*0 139.0.
1961 712.0 655.0 636.0 478.0 315,0 190.0 140.0 106.0 85,3 76.7 60.9
1962 186.0 161.0 124*0 77.7 70.9 60.8 42,0 1.9 2.0 1 17.1
1963 451.0 448.0 397.0 324.0 276.0 240.0 197.0 149.0 120 993 4 3631.
1964 3610.0 3300.0 2760.0 1730.0 998.0 690.0 505.0 409.0 432.0 364*0 136.0
1965' 1270.0 1190.0 1060.0 731.0 447.0 288.0 2880 2610 2190 1920 180












090 8T. IA, IVEI 1 AI, Ul AND OAn0 TAL ARI
.I295, South Pronlg t. alrys tiver near landerson, Fla,
Loations..-L 30*12', lonl 82"16', in IWW r*eo.S, T.3 l.e, .20 I,O near left bank 5 ft downstream fro bridle on State ighvay 229,
aI upstream from email tributary, and 3 mtlea mouth of landerson, Baker County.

Dr2aaiel r e-M.. ,8 eq at,
Records availle..-leptember 1955 to Deembre 1960 (discontinued).
Gae..-CStaft sage read twice daily, Datum of gage i 112.67 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929 (flortda State Road Department
bench Ark),
Average dichare.*.-5 year (1955-60), 48.7 off.
IxtraAm..-1955-601 Maimaum discharge, 1,060 off June 10, 1957 (gage height, 6.16 ft, from floodmark); no flow for many days in
moat years,

DURATION TABLE OP DAILY DTSCHARO F
CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 932 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS CPS-DAYS
1956 97 94 '40 6 7 13 14 13 5 12 12 11 8 7 15 10 1 64901
1957 47 34 41 13 8 4 10 3 6 6 5 8 20 33 19 29 17 9 16 16 10 3 1 1 1 2 3 1148402
1958 2 2 2 6 3 3 7 14 8 7 8 11 21 22 22 24 26 22 22 24 28 37 23 13 4 1 3 2214.08
1959 22 15 12 7 3 5 1 3 5 16 7 5 6 12 21 14 28 29 23 22 14 26 20 27 5 3 5 8 1 92767.4
1960 15 6 4 1 2 2 4 2 3 S 6 7 20 40 42 15 29 34 11 21 32 38 7 6 4 2 2 4 21806.8

CLASS CPS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CPS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PFRCT CLASS CPS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
*0 183 1827 100*0 09 2.0 46 1216 66.6 18 40 65 498 273 27 700, 15 16 *9
1 *I 154 1644 90*0 10 3.0 39 1170 64*0 19 50 83 433 23.7 28 1000 1 1 *1
2 .2 99 1490 81*6 11 4.0 39 1131 61.9 20 70 90 350 19.2 29 *0
3 03 33 1391 76*1 12 5.0 63 1092 59.8 21 100 111 260 14.2 30 *0
4 04 23 1358 74.* 13 7.0 101 1029 56.3 22 150 53 149 8*2 31 *O
5 65 27 1335 73.1 14 10*0 133 928 50*8 23 200 47 96 9S3 32 0
6 .7 26 1.08 71.6 15 15.0 82 795 43.5 24 300 14 49 2*7 33 *O
7 10o 42 1282 70.2 16 20*0 113 713 3990 25 400 7 35 1.9 34 .0
8 1 24 1240 67.9 17 30.0 102 600 32*8 26 500 12 28 1.5 35
















LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OP CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR BEGINNING APRIL 1
YEAR 1 3 14 30 60 90, 120 15o 1 L'6 274
1956 .0 .0 so0 0 .0 .0 .1 .2. 1.5 1.6 5.7
1957 .0 *0 .0 .* 18 4.9 75 14.1 22.1 24,4 6
1958 .0 '*0 .0 3 O 5 2. 1 15*1 17*5 .6
1959 2*2 2.6 3*7 4.S 82 9.3 18.1 28*7 36.5 37.o9

HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING SEPTFMBER 30
YEAR 1 3 7 15 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1956 20.0 16.7 15.3 13.3 8.4 5.2 3,5 352 3.2 353 '23 0
1957 966.0 I 905.0 667.0 374.0 204.0 117.0 94.2 7599 64.4 54.9 37t0
1958 592.0 548.0 433.0 293.0 184.0 163.0 122.0 99*2 99.6 9187 75.6 .
1959 1010.0 991.0 783.0 505.0 362.0 218.0 215.0 197.0 175.0 150.0 119,0
1960 888.0 848.0 710.0 428.0 321.0 205.0 145.0 111.0 93.1 88.0 67.1

0\
\0










090 IT, IWTln ITw1 IN AMN COIS AISA

I.300, Turkey Crvek at Ntelermy, Vl1,

L ,..oeatLs.,L 30S16'05", long 8207'20", In tIo e6o,, T,3 S., Ir2 I,, Moer leot bank al downitrem iede of brtdge on State Hlhvway
1 .9 Mile oputh of Nooeenny, Bakor County, end 1,8 .iac upetrem frnme south,
DraSiue erar.--l0,9 Iq lt,
leaords avalrlble..leptmbe.r 1955 to Septmber 1965,

gjel,. .-tf gage read twieo datly, and dretstagSe gage. Dlta otgage is 102,27 ft above moan sea level. dtuu of 1929 (Florida
Slate Road Department bench uark)

Averase diachrr,..--l0 years, 28.8 cfs.

Zxtrmes.--1955-651 HaximLu discharge, 2,600 cfa May 2, 1964 (gage height, 8.40 ft); minimum, 0.1 cf MHay 28, 19621 minium gage height,
1.6 5 t May 28, June 7, 8 1965.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 X3 14 19 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 29 24 29 26 27 28 29 SO 31 32 3S 34


3 8 11 21 33 77
2 3
3 12
1 5 11 6
6 40 24
2 12 18 33
1 7 6 10 6 19 95
5 45 50
9 23 18
22 11 19


CFS
0
.1
.2
.3
.4
.5
.7
. 1.0
1.5


TOTAL

1
10
15
23
86
219
337
310


ACCUM
3653
3653
3652
3642
3627
3604
3518
3299
2962


PERCT
100.0
100.0
100.0
99.7
99.3
98.7
96.3
90.3
81.1


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


NUMBER
) 12 10
I 18 10
S42 23
90 37
S18 25
I 27 18
I 10 3


DAYS IN CLAAS
6 2 4 2
6 3 7 12 13
21 14 17 19 12
26 14 16 11 17
20 20 12 10 14
20 9 9 9 12
S95 2 2 2


6 13 12 22 28 22 16 12 9 8 5
23 22 16 17 27 26 12 15 15 13 12
33 28 46 32 37 23 8 6 8 8 6


CFS
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
SO
7.0
10.0
15.0
20,0
30.0


TOTAL
392
198
178
197
246
251
197
265
175


ACCUM
2652
2260
2062
1884
1687
1441
1190
993
728


PERCT
72.6
61.9
56.4
51.6
46.2
39.4
32.6
27.2
19.9


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


CFS
40
50
70
100
150
200
300
400
500


TOTAL
101
98
95
101
53
52
25
10
8


ACCUM
553
452
354
259
158
105
53
28
18


YEAR
1996
1997
1998
1999
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965

CLASS

1
2
3
4-
5
6
7
8


CPS-DAYS
3710.6
9522.5
1163880
18201,9
13088.7
8009.0
2850.1
10016.2
18974.1
9128.1


1
1 1
1
2
2

1
1 1
1 2


PERCT
15.1
12.4
9,7
7.1
4.3
2.9
1.5
.8
.5


TOTAL ACCUM
6 10
4 4


CLASS CFS
27 700
28 1000
29 1500
30
31
32
33
34
35


PERC7
03
1*
00
.0
00
.0
.0
.0

















LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFSo FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR BEGINNING APRIL 1


1 3
.2 *2
s'8 09
,8 ,8

.6 .7
,4 .5
.1 .2
.5 .6
.6 .*6


14
.9
1*4
1.4
1.1
.7
*7.
.3

.7


30
s7
1 9
2.3
2.8
09
1 0
.4
.9
1.1


60
1e8
3.3
3.9
2.9
1.2
1.6
1.3
1.0
2.2


90
2.0
4.0
5.2
4.7
2.4
1*6
1.8
4.6
16.4


120
2*3
7.6
7*6
9,9
6*3
1*7
1.9
21.3
28*4


150
3.9
14.2
16.2
17.4
8.5
1*6
2.2
27.3
29.0


183
14,1
16.7

16.2
1.8

10.0
31.5
33.2


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS* FOR THE


.1
64.0.0
820*0
626.0
g32.0
595.0
330.0
564.0
812.0
1280.0
405.0


3
454.0
508.0
375.0
693.0
488.0
249.0
289.0
505.0
1130.0
312.0


7
286.0
309.0
226.0
382.0
280.0
148.0
207.0
253.0
750.0
178.0


15
155.0
157*0
131.n
205.0
146,0
114.0
119.0
161.0
378.0
97.9


FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30


30
78.6
103.0
87*9
166.0
111.0
63.6
61,7
115.0
241.0
830.5


60
41.5
61.7
74.5

71.5
62.1
37.9
76.9
147.0
46.7


90 120
33.8 25.8
63.4 52.9
53.8 51.0
99.6 82.6
7203 54.6
50.0 39.4
26.4 20.4
60.1 57.6
100.0 75.9
50.4 46.2


YEAR
1956
1957
1958
1939
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


YEAR
1956

1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965


274
12.2
28.3
31.7
30,6
15,9
9.8
29.8
47.2


150
21.S
43.6
48.*
84.5
43.9
32.5
16.4
46.3
84.5
39.0


183
18.0
37.1
49.8
72.8
41.6
28.3
13.8
38.3
70.2
34.0


274
12.9
26.2
37.3
63.8
41.4
23.1
9.9
35.9
65.0
28.4










09Q IT, wnTS IZVB IAI AND 0GM0TAI AB
2S)03S, South Proni St, Narye River at 0Gln St, Maryi, 1i2,

f uaael- a 30O'016. 0', lsas 0r0'40", tn seo,31, T,2 I,, 1,23 I,, on rtiht bank 65 It upstream from bridge on U. I. Ht|hwvy 90 aln
.0 ile was of Olen t, MarT, Balkr County,

Draalou anrga,r430 q at, approximately,
Irosrd. *lvtabl,* -Jsnuory 1950 to Septmber 1965,

jr,..-Wateraltase reorder (digital), Datu of gage i 77,13 ft above mean sao level, datum of 1929,


AveraMn disherue,..15 years, 144 toe,

.tm ,-.1950.65s Maxium discharge, 7,510
1.2 ftt).


cte Sept. 12, 1964 (gage height, 14.23 ft)i minimum, 0.4 cfs May 23, 1950 (gage height,


flood in September 1947 resrned a stage of 13.0 ft, from information furnished by Florida State Road Department (discharge,
6,000 oaf).

OURATTON TABLE OF DATIL DISCHARGE


0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12


39

10
12
5 24 24
6


8
8 28
3 11
6
12


5 19
18 26
37 44
13 5
25 23
32 72
4 56
9 8
11 14
8 18
10 23
24102
18 11
8 9
5 6


33 22
37 29
19 13
20 23
18 12
23 16
21 16
14 16
10 9
8 7
18 27
26 14
34 13
18 24
6 9


13 14 15

NUMBER
24 39 24
16 28 12
14 24 19
20 32 21
8 18 8
19 11 10
7 26 16
23 24 18
12 22 27
20 51 30
29 34 24
11 18 7
16 16 13
18 34 23
10 20 22


17 18 19 20 21

DAYS IN CLASS
4 3 4 3 2
20 11 6 11 15
22 19 12 7 6
14 9 7 5 5
12 7 5 3 2
7 3 6 4 2
18 8 26 12 8
20 17 36 18 20
21 15 32 23 13
17 15 32 25 18
15 8 22 23 13
2 1 5 1 3
6 6 10 20 26
11 5 10 11 12
23 23 38 32 24


22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34


1 3 1

2 8 6
4 8 11
4 3 2
1 1
8 11 14
7 24 24
9 17 23
4 21 9
5 9 6
1 1
9 27 16
2 25 18
4 23 16


CFS-DAYS
2 2 2 1 34141.7
12942.8
44519.9
1 48618.0
9331.3
8990.1
3 1 48950.9
64784.4
6 3 101150.5
2 1 79662.5
53104.9
7038.9
1 53589.7
3 2 3 6 156034.3
70568.9


CLASS
YEAR
1991
1992
1953
1954
1995
1996
1957
1998
19599
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
















CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS


CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CPS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT


CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT


S0 5479 100.0 09 8.0 216 4038 73.7 18 80 150 1622 29.6 27 800 58 181 3.3
1 1.0 5 P479 100.0 10 10.0 352 3822 69.8 19 100 251 1472 26.9 28 1000 59 123 2.2
2 1.5 24 5474 99.9 11 15.0 305 3470 63.3 20 150 198 1221 22.3 29 1500 25 64 1.2
3 2.0 91 5450 99.5 12 20.0 250 3165 57.8 21 200 169 1023 18.7 30 2000 17 39 .7
4 2.5 167 5359 97.8 13 25.0 247 2915 53.2 22 250 110 854 15.6 31 2500 8 22 .4
5 3.0 290 5192 94.8 14 30.0 397 2668 48.7 23 300 180 744 13.6 32 3000 4 14 o3
6 4.0 201 4902 89.5 15 40.0 274 2271 41.4 24 400 148 564 10.3 33 4000 4 10 .2
7 5,0 227 4701 85.8 16 50.0 163 1997 36.4 25 500 112 416 7.6 34 5000 6 6 *1
a 6.0 436 4474 81.7 17 60.0 212 1834 33.5 $26 600 123 304 5.5 35


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARU, IN CFS FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR BEGINNING APRIL 1
YEAR 1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1950 .8 1.2 1 7 1.9 2.8 3.6 5.5 26*6 38.6 178.0 232.0
1951 2.0 2.0 2.1 2*3 2.5 2.6 2.9 3.1 3.7 3S8 7.1
1952 2.9 930 3.3 3** 4.7 6.0 11.3 15.0 17.3 31.7 27.9
1953 2.0 2.1 2.1 2. 2.9 6.3 11.1 31*8 124.0 211.0 270,0
1954 2*0 2.0 2*0 2.2 2.5 3.0 3.3 3.7 4.8 5.5 6.2
1955 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.7 2.4 3.4 9.1 14.4 14.8 28.0
1956 2.1 2.2 2.4 3.0 4.0 6.2 8.4 10.1 18.8 34.3 41,1
1957 4.3 4.9 /.3 10.0 12.f 22.5 28.6 47.7 79.5 89.9 138.0
1958 5.0 5.1 5.5 6.3 7.4 11.6 13.4 19.8 70.3 76.8 128,0
1959 16.0 19.0 25.4 29.0 33.4 34.1 50.4 8501 110.0 118.0 189.0
1960 5.4 5.4 5.6 6.3 6.6 13.1 19.6 3994 47.6 111.0 153.0
1961 3.3 l.3 3.6 4.7 5.4 6.6 6.8 7.3 7.4 8.7 112.0
1962 2.7 2.8 2.8 3.0 3.2 6.5 13.3 15.9 18.5 29.9 25.4
1963 3*4 3.5 3.8 4.1 4.5 6.5 32.0 108.0 130.0 16100 150.0
1964 3*3 3*5 3.7 4.2 5.9 15.6 146.0 203.0 235*0 261.0 376.0
















eoutb Preig dt. NorMl Rivr at STATION NUMBER 02-2S05.00
HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE IN CFSp FOR THE FOLLOWING N1NMBIR OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30
YEAR 1 3 7 1i 60 60 90 120 150 163 274
1991 4300.0 1730.0 2900.0 176000 947.0 49860 344.0 26590 217.0 161.0 1300,
199 213610 227.0 22600 20900 19520 9801 72.6 59*6 s00s 4409 4,6'
1959 216000 2790.0 142000 109060 6830 463.0 315.0 239.0 190.0 211.0 l1oos
1994 2090.0 1900.0 154000 1080,0 657.0 415.0 39300 373.O 308.0 25060 1760 0
1995 444.0 417.0 '334.0 23.0 131.0 72.0 72.5 5950 4406 37.6 31.9
1956 900.0 591.0 392.0 21860 113.0 66.1 63.3 4903 43.4 40.9 30oO
1957 2510.0 241000 1920.0 1120.0 706.0 364.0 34120 248*0 252.0 21500 149.0
1998 1410.0 1360.0 1170.0 807.0 46880 448.0 335.0 276.0" 282.0 28100 213.0
1959 29000 Z2730.0 2230.0 1410.0 1060.0 627.0 620.0 557.0 510.0 441.0 36900
1960 2950.0 2410*0 1830.0 113000 66300 568.0 412.0 31700 272.0 273.0 241.0
1961 199000 166000 111000 106000 68000 462.0 325.0 25400 205.0 184.0 146.0
1962 739.0 45900 283.0 17700 98.6 64.9 46.8 40.9 3399 29*9 23.1
1963 2500.0 1040.0 85.O0 568.0 392.0 330.0 282*0 240*0 193.0 17000 19000
1964 7140.0 6520.0 5190.0 3140.0 1660o0 1190*0 82560 621.0 684.0 573.0 527.0
1965 1200.0 1160.0 1040.0 682.0 546.0 375.0 371.0 35900 295'@0 260.0 225.0




5. ,







09C 8, tAr.MIS Ri 1BASI AND COAStAL AlA
2-2310. St. airy liver ear Macclenny, r1w.

locaion..-Lat 30421'35", long 82O04'55", in sec.2, T.2 S., R.22 B., on right bank 200 ft downstream from site of former Stokes
art.di, mile downstream fro confluence of North and South Prongs, and 6 amles northeast of Macclanny, Baker County.
rainame aea.-70Iaq a, aIpproxinately (includes part of watershed in Okeefnokee Swap which i indeterminate).
ecordse vailable. -October t126 to September 1965.
.-WVater-stage recorder. Datu of gage is 40.00 ft above eean sea level (levels by MNes and Mees). Prior to lab. 21, 1939,
statl gage and Feb. 21, 1939, to Aug..15, 1948, water-stage recorder, at site of former bridge 200 ft upstream at same datum.
Aviraze discharte.-39 years, 670 cfs.
Ixtres..-1926-651 Maxiium discharge, 28,100 oft Sept. 25, 1947; mauinmu gage height, 23.25 ft Sept. 13, 1964 (from floodmark);
-inias' discharge observed, 12 cfs May 22, 19321; inimau gage height observed, 0.04 ft June 4, 5, 1927.

DURATION TABLE Of DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS '0 1 2 .3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 120 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS CPS-DAYS
1927 2 1 1 12 4 120 66 36 34 19 16 12 10 12 12 18 20 12 8 1 173400*0
1928 7 24 66 22 5 19 8 1 6 3 10 13 3 220 26 13 28 18 4 7 13 5 6 4 3 3 2 1 429326.0
1929 15 38 1 1317 16 24 29 29 72 42 28 9 12 4 1 1 2 423623,0
1930 9 22 39 40 20 12 22 16 16 27 21 37 21 20 8 14 6 3 5 4 3 424048,0
1991 10 21 36 38 19 26 20 11 12 29 24 16 20 21 38 19 5 171269.0 *
1932 5 85 96 25 17 12 8 11 1 8 8 1 4 9 10 5 11 13 12 7 8 4 3 119009.0 0
1933 4 5 7 10 6 8 13 27 34 19 36 39 28 46 15 16 15 8 8 9 10 2 2849890
1934 7 48 76 30 21 18 9 11 8 19 s 5 1 27 11 6 16 7 9 1 1 1 11 5 1 116867.0
1933 30 49 12 78 32 15 21 18 16 7 2 4 2 16 5 10 7 10 8 2 8 9 4 141027*0
1936 12 44 S3:27 21 24 S3 35 11 16 17 14 8 1i 13 22 1 94617.0
1937 5 3 20 293SS 21 23 20 13 14 21 17 23 40 34 18 8 7 2 6 1 4 1 217023,0
1938 16 13 15 0 19 18 25 35 30 25 28 26 20 26 9 11 13 7 2 4 2 2 9 236591.0
1939 6 0 23 37 57 45 23 16 25 15 11 13 22 20 14 11 8 7 1 2 220820*0












1940
1941
1943
1946
1944
1943
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1994
1995
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965

CLASS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8


TOTAL

14
223
422
422
945
758
591
853


ACCUM
14245
14245
14231
14008
13586
13164
12219
11461
10870


PERCT,
100.0
100.0
99.9
98,3
95*4
92*4
85.8
80*5
76.3


7 29 10 46
19 50 t9 19 11 7 4
6 18 11 11
1 U1 28 90 48 21 s0
3 60 23 19 20 $1
7 13 8 15 19 29
20
2 20
17 20 6 4 10
3 15 4 9
6 15 36 40 90 32
14 23 56 21 10 37
37 25 20 21
3 11 60 47 16 37
5 42 32 29 18 10 10
24 25 17 97 44 20 $1
2 13 90 97 95 3S
20 45 36 29
2 4 16
15 22 9 22
1 9 14
14 10 21
15 29 77 61
23 21 29 34
3 7 6 14
10 11 3 6


CLASS CFS
09 80.0
10 100.00
11 150,0
12 200.0
13 250.0
14 300.0
15 400.0
16 500.0
17 600.0


TOTAL
661
1224
967
703
540
824
656
511
807


49 30 22 1i 30 16
14 94 32 1$ 13 10
23 31 21 10 26 21
s0 24 16 9 11 6
22 9 9 4 13 9
12 6 21 21 33 14
46 16 IS 9 3 130
43 26 28 23 23 I
8 9 2 2 8 13
34 48 50 27 39 32
56 22 10 15 16 9
58 49 28 7 11 3
39 57 42 28 19 14
47 21 7 8 7 7
36 17 19 19 26 12
25 18 16 14 13 4
43 19 13 8 9 4
24 21 11 11 31 24
19 22 18 16 28 33
15 7 7 16 30 26
20 34 33 29 35 21
69 24 21 25 35 20
32 23 16 12 20 13
36 28 3 1 11 15 13
42 30 15 8 14 15
9 25 21 16 28 23


ACCUM PERCT
10017 70.3
9356 65.7
8132 57.1
7165 50.3
6462 45.4
5922 41e6
5098 35.8
4442 31.2
3931 27.6


11 7 2
21
3so 1 3
4
43 29 22
31 16 12
32 32 16
28 17 10
41 21 19
14 6 3
10 3
2 3 1
12 I
9 9 9
16 9 6


6 20 12 0 9


I
12
4
20
1
1


1
3 8
2
12 11
4 3
1 1
3


17 10
26 19
36 2
5 4
12 7
35 17
35 19
s2 27
34 28
19 7
9 4
2 2
11 7
9 2
6 8
2
3 1
13 11
56 27
32 22
28 26
21 19
12 8
20 19
9 7
46 36


4 1 2 2
2 2 5 3
14 4 13 5
8 4 8 1
7 4 7 4
4
9 4 1
17 19 19 10
24 8 9 2


CLASS CFS
18 800
19 1000
20 1500
21 2000
22 2500
23 3000
24 4000
25 5000
26 6000


TOTAL
578
908
525
320
184
231
121
70
92


1
4 7
1 4


ACCUM
3124
2546
1638
1113
793
609
378
257
187


PERCT
21.9
17.9
11.5
7.8
5*6
4.3
2.7
1.8
1.3


3 3 2 3 3
3 5 8 2 2
33622


3 2


113053.0
96947.0
376936,0
41694.0
248620*0
401110.0
381379.0
320124.0
866449.0
24112800
187441.0
103686.0
9792900
152869.0
232119.0
32897.0
41296.0
204902*0
268380.0
392111.0
287536.0
216489.0
90196.0
179918.0
617760.0
345920.0


CFS
100
10.0
13.0
20.0
25.0
30*0
40.0
50.0
60.0


3 6 2 3


TOTAL
39
33
11
10
2


CLASS CFS
27 8000
28 10000
29 15000
30 20000
31 25000
32
33
34
35


ACCUM
95
56
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LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS9 FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR BEGINNING APRIL 1 .
YEAR 1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 1S0 163 274
,1927 14.0 14.3 14.7 15.8 19.1 31.5 34.0 34.6 42.6 70.6 351.0
1928 135.0 135.0 136.0 1460 0 160. 160.0 429.0 561.0 712.0 1090.0 1480.0
1929 11700 117o0 124.0 139.0 160.0 212.0 392.0 707.0 805.0 1Z60.0 1230.0
1950 52.0 S3.0 55.0 55.6 5809 163.0 162.0 200.0 22860 32000 479.0
1931 1400 14.3 15.1 1506 15.7 16.7 16804 180 194 230 449
1932 120 10 16 17 1903 '226 225,0 233.0 402.0 629.0 56$.0
1933 14.0 14.0 15.3 164 19o2 21.2 20.9 21.4 2505 31.6 28,0
1934 1400 14.3 15.7 1705 2005 27.4 50.2 52.3 5682 72.7 197.
1935 16.0 1600 180 186.3 166 20.3 21 105.0 235.0 3580 5240
1934 2500 2507 261ol 29.7 41.7 8 1.3 60.2 121.0 1090 1170 152.
1937 36.0 39.3 43.1 46.9 9059 6861 15600 316.0 39800 744.0 77700
1936 2600 26.0 26.7 27.7 3009 42.8 71.1 170.0 240.0 40200 5670
1939 42.0 43.0 4501 4601 63.2 69.7 101.0 147.0 197.0 265.0 564,0
1940 21.0 21.3 21.7 21.9 .22.9 240. 30.0 69.2 120.0 167.0 235,0
1941 16.0 1600 16.7 172 1908 29.3 899 303.0 320.0 321.0 467.n
1942 30.0 30.0 3003 3006 3105 35,0 37o4 41.6 44.6 5401 Z12,0 0
1943 19.0 0 19. 20. 22.2 24.3 26.5 2907 45*0 .52.3 67.7 13o0
1944 1500 52.3 607 886.9 136.0 166.0 419.0 609.0 597.0 104000 1240.0
1945 2300 23.0 24.0 24. .287 43.3 552 444*0 497,0 517o0 859.0 -
1946 74.0 76.0 77 791 61.4 69.4 117.0 18100 263.0 527.0 899.0
1947 54.0 59.7 70.6 6683 194.0 271.0 321.0 395.0 39900 1230.0 2190.0
1946 25.0 2500 2506 2609 31.4 44.9 164.0 388.0 58650 806.0 637.
1949 37.0 373 383. 4009 4504 57.9 72.6 103.0 115.0 159.0 348,0
1950 21,0 22.0 24.4 26.3 30.3 3503 47,3 157.0 230.0 869.0 11700
1951 21.0 22,3 22.6 .23.4 2609 30.7 32.6 383 40 55.6 116.0
1952 3000 3000 31.0 33,1 36.0 38.0 50.8 60.7 72.6 77.4 7406
1953 240 24.0 25.0, 26.9 55.0 3806 66.2 147.0 360.0 755.0 111000
1954 16.0 1803 1906 20.1 22.5 26.6 2703 29.1 35.5 40.2 40 .
1955 16.0 170 '17.1 17T4 18.6 22.1 26.2 55.7 711 84.0 9401
1956 24.0 24.7 25.9 28.4 37.7 41.3 4509, 52.9 9864 142.0 11600
1957 52.0 54.7 61.0 65.5 87.5 211.0 249.0 339.0 441.0 547.0 667.0
1958 36.0 36.0 3606 39.8 45.2 5864 62.8 75.6 202.0 247.0 962,0
1959 65,.0 740 92.1 13600 163.0 18900 257.0 364.0 440.0 507.0 712.0
1960 49.0 50.1 55.9 6504 69.7 1060 161.00 264.0 278.0 495.0 600.0
1961 40.0 42.3 44.3 46.8 5203 5405 57.3 60.2 64.4 92.4 44800
1962 3600 36.7 37.4 38.1 43.3 64.6 90.1 175.0 242,0 309.0 2460
319,6 34.0 34.3 35.7 37.0 38.6 44.1 1280. 235.0 275.0 336.0 392.0
1964 37.0 37.7 3909 44.4 71.1 120m0 670.0 98850 1030.0 1150.0 1540.0
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STATION NUMBER 02-2320@00


at, YANYS River near 1.0001grnnys 712








RIjAUV a~i FO r 7 Fou,0WING NUM6ye o roacYV NVA (NDI GpygHPT P


1917
1927
1928
1919
1930


1912
1993

193$
1999
1946
1941
1993
1959
1940
1941
1942
1945
1944
1949
1946
1947
1946
1939

19590
1991
1992
1996
1994
1999
1996
1997
196098

1961
1962
1963
1964
1965


1 3 7
3070.0 2090,0 1680'0
25100.0 10000.0 10100.0
9900.0 7190.0 447000
11400.0 10700.0 8T10.0
2060.0 200000 61000
4860.0 4660.0 9890.0
929500 4910.0 4090.0
8090.0 749000 6660.0
499000 4790.0 4090.0
140.0 1410.0 1220.0
6030.0 9810.0 321000
7920.0 7260.0 6550.0
6780.0 6110.0 4670.0
2290.0 2060.0 1790.0
1490.0 1450.0 129000
6690.0 6990.0 571000
1490.0 194000 1070.0
9S47s* 4960.0 4210*0
19700.0 13400.0 1060000
99p300 9940.0 4620.0
27600.0 23700*0 17400.0
2360000. 22300.0 1980000
7S90.0 7160.0 S670.0
24600.0 2090000 1420000
22100.0 16700.0 1380000
1790.0 1720.0 1960.0
7490.0 7210.0 466000
11500.0 10400.0 8800.0
749.0 639.0 543.0
1920.0 1610.0 1030.0
8360.0 6300.0 71.90.0
7960*0 7270.0 6140.0
9760.0 99330.0 8900*0
7700.0 7220.0 9860.0
963900 9260.0 4630.0
2420.0 2290.0 1900.0
6980.0 2970.0 2660.0
24200.0 22800.0 17T00.0
.7180.0 6620.0 97S0.0


13 50
9410.0 1810.0
1000000 957000
1250.0 2200,0
7860*0 446000
171000 146900
286000 17T0.0
921000 2430.0
4190.0 29O0.0
3910.0 2950.0
1070.0 996.0
3300.0 2040.0
424000 264000
296800 1790.0
1270.0 898.0
110000 964.0
4490.0 4070.0
767.0 622.0
9190.0 2660.0
6290.0 34680.0
359900 2300.0
6710.0 4470.0
9410.0 7370.0
3770.0 22t000
792000 4120.0
8930.0 4900*0
1460*0 1210.0
3090.0 2300.0
6120.0 3920*0
423.0 323.0
639.0 396.0
4660.0 2690.0
4200.0 2560.0
6390.0 5030.0
3770*0 2930.0
3720*0 2480.0
1260.0 768.0
2080.0 1860.0
10900.0 6710.0
3730.0 2490.0


T AEH6iH MEAN DI C


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796.0


60


28200
1080.0
144000
1670.3
1410.0
1870.0
629.0
1400.0
1900.0
174000
70300
70600
2690*0
427*0
2370*0
2990.0
1980.0
2900*0
9280.0
2170.0
2970.0
829.0
1810.0
1920.0
224.0
29.0
1930.0
1880.0
296000
2010*0
160000
68800
1590.0
4500.0
1640.0


90
930,0



1010.0
1040.0
16100
1160.0
1400.0
642.0
1090*0
1060.0
139000
51000
993.0
2700.0

198000
230000
18650.0
1840.0
454000
988.0
1710.0
1790*0
632.0
1290.0
181000
201.0
22860
1420*0
1460.0
2910*0
1930.0
1190.0
928*0
1210.0
3160.0
1640.0


120
796*0

192000


9610*0
1560.0
919.0
1090.0
916.0
809*0
91800
1120.0
40700
46990
233000
267.0
1940.0n
1740.0
197000
1440.0

630*0
1290.0
138000

949*0
1790.0
196*0
18790
123000
1240.0
2200*0
1190.0
998.0
419.0
938*0
2390.0
1990.0


ISO 181
2020.0 211700
Mo700.0 to.n
t7000 1670,0
91M.0 810.0
761.0 190O
1130.0 1010.0
756.0 606.0
64660 69800
42460 573.0
687*0 744.0
86,.0 Wo7.0
916.0 769.0
364.0 413.0
S77TO $63.0
190000 1720.0
22040 186.0
1270.0 1220.0
1400.0 1160.0
1440.0 1240*0
1220*0 1290.0
3290.0 3740.0
95Z.0 824.0
1040.0 869,0
113000 990.0
496.0 446800
772.0 799.0
1490.0 1220.0
130.0 113.0
161.0 16.00
1040.0 8940
1070,0 1020.0
1990.0 1740.0
1010.0 104000
764.0 708.0
39.00 40200
769.0 703.0
2S70.0 2170.0
1290.0 115000


S0
274
499,0
150,0
1260.0
1410,0
996.0
40100
898,0
416.0
490,0
30,0
717.0
991,0
962.0
349.0
1230.0
149.0
897,0
1000.0
1090.0
1010.0
27000
644.0
620.0
65200
327,0
93600
864.0
104.0
132,0
622.0
831.0
1410.0
909,0
997*0
307.0
621.0
2090*0
1110.0









091 ST. JOBI8 R1iM BASU
2-2316, Jane Green Creek near Dear fark, Il.

Location.--Lat 28'04'27", long 80*53'18", in ik sec.2, T.28 8., R.34 B., near right bank of leftmost of five channels on downstrea ,
side of bridge on county road, 1 miles southeast of Deer Park, Osceola County, and 2 miles downstream from confluence of Crabgrass
and Bull Creeks.
Drainage ares.--248 sq ai.
Records available.--October 1953 to September 1965.
*ggga.-ater-stage recorder (digital). Datum of gage is 18.55 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929.
Average discharge.--12 years, 311 cft.
.xtremes.--1953-65: Maximum discharge, 18,400 cfs Oct. 17, 1956 (gage height, 10.95 ft), from rating curve extended above 11,000 cfs;
no flow for many days in some years; creek dry at gage June 4, 5, 8-10, .12-20, 1956.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 3334
YEAR NUMBER OF' DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CFS-DAYS
1954 1 1 1 4 9 7 7 4 6 19 33 13 15 33 37 42 39 31 18 23 10 7 5 1552397
1955 48 2 1 4 2 1 1 9 13 12 20 6 11 14 11 20 18 37 25 28 19 20 22 12 2 4 3 97066.0
1956 115 3 2 6 1 1 2 1 2 8 12 32 12 15 24 12 13 10 18 16 20 9 3 6 9 3 5 2 1 2 1 108621.8
1957 2 25 5 19 14 22 34 15 23 26 41 34 36 23 12 15 16 3 77321s
1998 3 6 4 1 2 1 1 3 9 18 16 20 34 64 42 10 13 14 11 33 24 24 7 1 4. 82008.6
1959 8 26 25 32 53 28 39 35 48 19 13 12 10 9 8 192044.0
1960 3 5 2 6 36 13 21 22 18 11 27 13 23 49 17 28 18 21 13 12 5 2 1 296285.9
1961 35 4 2 2 8 12 8 20 29 15 25 31 12 21 27 27 27 26 9 16 9 '185799
1962 59 5 3 3 2 3 6 b 8 23 32 24 24 4 15 20 17 21 19 6 11 15 22 13 5 46220.1 .
1963 38 2' 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 8 26 16 15 31 24 36 41 19 15 25 26 18 11 4 1 825222 2
1964 3 2 3 5 5 10 9 14 32 57 9,23 21 17 33 49 25 11 14 10 9 3 1 1 145469.2

CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
.0 295 '4018 100.0 99, 3.0 122 3548 88.3 18 100 304 1770 44,3 27 3000 33 47 1.2
1 1 19i 3723 92.7 10 5.0 100 3426 85.3 19 150 229 1474.36.7 28 5000 6 14 .3
2 e2 14 3704 92.2 11 7.0 169 3326 82.8 20 200 270 1245 31.0 29 7000 4 6 02
3 03 20 3690 91.8 12 10.0 178 3157 78.6 21 300 318 975 24.3 30 10000 3 4 @1
4 *0 10 3670 91.3 13 15.0 141 2979 74.1 22 500 199 657 16.4 31 15000 1 1 ,0
5 .7 14 3660 91.1 14 20.0 255 283,8 70.6 23 700 168 458 11.4 32 00
6 .1.0 26 3646 90.7 15 30,0 317 2583 64.3 24 1000 127 290 7.2 33 0 0
7 1.5 19 '3620 90.1 16 5000 238 2266 56.4 25 1500 64 163 4.1 34 *0
6 2*0 53 3601 89.6 17 70.0 250 2028 50.5 26 2000 52 99 215 35















LOWC5T MEAN DISCHARGED IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 50


14 30 60 90
.0 .0 .1 18.7
.0 .0 .0 .0
3.9 4.6 8*3 9*0
.6 12.3 20.4 98.9
8.9 1103 25*2 28*9
6.2 20.0 26.4 42.6
.0 .0 1.0 14.1
.0 .0 .2 3.4
S0 .0 4.2 10.0
2.8 16.6 49.0 77*6
.0 .0 .5 9.0


HIGHEST PEAN DISCHARGED IN CFS FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


YEAR

1996
1997
19S3
1959
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965



YEAR
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963.
1964


30
1540.0
1970.0
3010.0
863.0
1050.0
1250.0
2440.0
207.0
697.0
687.0
2450.0.,


60
969.0
926.0
1640.0
639.0
682.0
1110.0
1560.0
120.0
613.0
485.0
1450.0


90
809.0
824.0
1160.0
488.0
692.0
795.0
1570.0
115.0
444.0
470.0
1060.0


.0
.0
.0
.1
l.1
2.4
.0
.0
.0
1.1
.0


.0

.2
2. 4
1.1
.0
.0
.0
1.7
.0


15
1860,0
2070.0
4750.0
976.0
1310.0
2180.0
3360.0
267.0
784.0
1090.0
3130.0


120
24*7
*0
19*2
235 0
3203
110.0
16.4
3.2
34.9
85.1
S3,S


190
58.4
3.1
43*S
297.0
33.2
326.0
23.9
4.4
109.0
187.0
48,0


189
68.2
6.9
50*2
269.0
34.5
376*0
37.8
5.6
146.0
241*0
47.8


1
3950.0
4400.0
17000.0
1700.0
2660*0
4730.0
10100.0
476.0
1260.0
2340.0
7780.0


3
3630.0
8360.0
13800.0
1480.0
2490.0
4310.0
9060.0
456.0
1160.0
1790.0
6350.0


7
2680.0
3070.0
8510.0
1230.0
2010.0
3560.0
6140.0
394.0
961.0
1470.0
4640.0


274

41.4
404.0
$23.0
165,0
471.0
9,9
120*0
275.0
83.8



274
539.0
342.0
392.0
277.0
290.0
535.0
925,0
64.3
167.0
231.0
480.0


120
809.0
698.0
880.0
402.0
602.0
659.0
1440*0

358.0
402.0
808.0


365.0
715.0
431.0
499.0
670.0
1240.0
77.5
295.0
345.0
674.0


183
769.0
465*0
587.0
372*0
413.0
562*0
1030*0
659.
247.0
305.0
562.0







091 ST. JOHNS RIV BA"MI

2-2320. St. Johns liver near Melbourne, ria.

locatin.--Lat 28*05'03", long 80145'11", in tMk sec.6, T.28 8., R.36 3., on left bank 10 ft upstream from bridge on U.S. Highway 192,
1.0 mile downstream from Sawgrass Lake, 1.8 miles upstream from Lake Washington, and 9.2 miles west of Melbourne, Brevard County.

Drainage area.--968 q mi.

Records available.--October 1939 to September 1965. Monthly discharge only for October 1939, published in WSP 1304.

Gagel.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage i' 11.22 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929. Prior to July 26, 1940, staff gage at
same site and datua.

Average discharge.--26 years, 762 cfs.

Extremes. -1939-65: Maximum daily discharge, 18,000 fs Oct. 18. 1956; maximum gage height, 9.66 ft Sept. 30, 1960; maximum reverse
flow measured, 109 ofa Sept. 18, 1950, wind effect; minimum gage height observed, -0.65 ft June 2, 8, 9, 1962.


DURATION TABLE OP DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3D 31 32 33 34


YEAR
1941
1942
1943
1944
1949
1946
1947
1948'
1949
1990
1991
1952
1993
1994
1999 66
1996 107
1997
1998
1959
1960
1961
1962 76
1963
1964


NUMBER OP DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
1 7 10 90 13 13 18 92 60 70 44
2 19 22 11 21 46 73 70 66 29 14
16 8 10 21 30 31 33 22 12 37 63 82
13 13 19 42 66 36 5 19 19 7 12 34 42 20 12
10 5 7 12 19 49 56 44 14 15 10 7 19 43 46 7 6 7 2
9 8 87 5 10 14 29 13 44 9 30 19 29 38 28 21 31 12 6 3
5 17 10 29 49 98 5S 5 13 11 96 6 12 3
54 37 12 20 7 6 13 19 91 67 29 10 16 16
8 33 36 21 16 8 12 11 6 53 47 92 20 11 9 6 6
30 32 71 37 31 9 10 39 19 16 10 34 13 9 9
123 97 23 5 9 9 4 18 30 20 10 8 6 2 2
79108 24 26 48 29 36 7 12
80 22 43 88 8 8 29 13 16 26 11 8 7 7
91 12 23 16 37 7 36 47 5 8 11 32 27 10 30
19 10 10 10 121 14 4 11 6 8 48 65 88 13 24 8
10 15 14 2 42 8 21 24 27 51 40 26 11 8
46 24 15 5 11 17 29 8 9 4 3 1 11 14 18 17 9 5 6
73 98 43 71 23 50 7
11 89 88 39 12 7 23 68 20 8
25 9 36 33 11 34 37 42 64 98 11 5
17 14 26 14 32 35 24 20 46 94 32 22 23
6 5 10 41 17 23 90 68 75 40 19 11 6
11 1 6 30 15 21 15 ~4 2 5 2 1 10 4 2? 11 1q 21 Ji 33 19 15
8 6 15 25 60 71 32 15 8 26 31 53 14 1
10 28 26 50 66 16 12 8 26 30 49 14 7 13 6 5


12
14 1
3

11 2

3 3


7


CPS-DAYS
111420.0
419018.0
204298.0
179983.0
18644400
318647.8
197093.0
589969.0
424634.0
326565.0
185004.0
194709.0
260020.0
601991.0
308696.0
164871.0
1 286304.0
20721590
152394.0
440848.0
703043.0
51675.0
152259.0
169675*0
278892.0









CLA 4FS TOTAL ACCVM P9RCT CLA6I CFP TOTAl ACCM PRCT 6 CAIS0 C TOTA4 ACCUM P9RCT C6LAA CFO ITTAL ACCVM PgR T
00 849 9113 10000 09 70 slo 61)4 96,7 1t 110 729 346 69.7 47 3000 176 4360 4,
St. John 1 97Rv 10 nr O o10uno 96.1 19 3,00 93 TON 0 1,7 U6 4000 96 020 -
3 ,7 #161 9703 11 10 43 0691O9L 0 30 116 4714 ~16 29 s0 00 107 64 I.6
1 1.0 11 60 97. 113 0.0 91 061 94.0 ;1 400 413 490 46.0 )0 7000 7 0 57 06
4 1t, 0071 97.1 13 30,0 137 6164 936 322 00 701 )71 41.4 )1 10000 6 7 .0
39 0 1 0713 9701 14 40.0 1 5 6427 92s3 23 700 716 3004 33.9 3 11000 1 1 90
16 3 .0 470 9701 10 0a.0 01 3274 90.6 24 1000 910 224 224.6 3 00
7 40 6 0 70 9701 16 70.0 644 7773 6 51. 25 1000 461 1310 14.6 ;4 00
1 .0 S 6664 97.1 17 10000 763 7129 7601 26 2000 407 40 903 31




at, JohnI s Riev nsear x) Ol u MLo. STATION NUnSER 02-2920000
LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSICUTIVI DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
YEAR 1 9 7 14 350 60 90 1t0 5S0 103 274
1941 26.0 30.7 3209 S376 77.9 160.0 261.0 31600 30400 294.0 42.00
1942 131.0 142*0 117.0 177*0 223.0 412.0 64.10 36770 S7100 779.0 1120,0.
1943 2000 21.3 22.4 24.4 3301 4106 595. 64.1 6507 7l10 76.7
1944 100 100 1004 139 2100 367 500 52? 600 7501 3490
1949 a0s 601 9.1 10. s 16.6 3600 3.,1 7901 10960 14300 08.00
1946 43.0 4400 4704 50.6 19.5 9568 126.0 157.0 10.0 211.0 440.0
1947 7700 7867 81.3 6684 9007 113.0 14900 19700 '20820 276.0 40700
1908 38.00 390 40.4 42&4 42.6 9254 8402 187.0 35300 47200 1430.0
1949 36.0 3860 39.7 46.0 5706 7206 6402 9908 11700 17600 1020.0
1990' 56.0 56.0 56.060 56.0 60 160 6501 72.5 94.2 194.0 65700
1991 55.0 5*00 59.0 95.0 15.0 15.1 61.6 210*0 22 00 249.0 638.0
1952 8000 00 60.0 .0 81.9 101.0 12.*0 2471 0 42.0 240 971.0
19593 5940 54 543 5409 56.7 7502 15100 14030 217.0 Z66@0 90500
1954 1000 10.0 10.0 10.0 1250 33. 54.6 122.0 247.0 430.0 161000
1955 .*0 00 00 00 o0 00 402 3S61 13000 17400 6.000
1956 .0 .0 .0 00 .0 1509 34 303 10,*7 7@0 152.0
19517 .00 .0 00 00 13 14.2 641 31200 35500 41900 1190.0
19698 12300 12400 125.0 129.0 153.0 243.0 403.0 520 0 613.0 664,0 67100
1959 89.0 91.0 9209 96.6 109.0 215.0 129.0 139.0 141.0' 149.0 307.0
1960 310 13 137.0 14400 16880 306.0 36400 636.0 109000 930.0 1S30.0
1961 4400 44.7 46.4 4909 9703 7107 96.7 117.0 .1490 16200 99100
1962 .0 00 .0 .0 .0 &5 404 3.4 3e9 4.9 19'6
1962 .21.0 25*0 2500 32.3 5001 71o7 I07*0 32600 356.0 321*.0 48660
1964 73.0 74.7 76.7 8307 102.0 126.0 324.0 196.0 410.0 493.0 638.0
3963 39.0 40.3 43.9 45.9 52.7 69.3 95l1 11500 113.0 11690 257.0
















HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CPS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE OAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


YEAR 1 3
1940 675.0 668.0
1941 3730.0 3700.0
1942 1*60.0 13600n
.1943 2300.00 2290.0
1944 4370.0 4190.61
:1945 638000 6090.0
1946 3270.0' 3110.0
-:1947 9690.0 8360.0
1948 12500'0, 10400.0
1949 6J70*0 6330*0
1950 92g80. 7910.0
'1951 2740.0 2730.0
1952 6610.0 5960.0
1953 11300.0 10300.n
1954 3290.0 3260.n
1955 2140.0 2140.0
1956 18000.0 15300.0
1997 1670.0 1610.0
19956 1780.0,o 1770.0
1959 4440.0 4340.0
1960 8720.0 8390.0
1961 322o0 519.0
14962 54U.O 248'0.
1963 2260.0 1990.0
1964 6160.0 5960.0


7 15
666.0 640.0
354000 309000
1540.0 1300.0
2270.0 2140.0
3760.0 3150.0
5140.0 4360Q
2960.0 2630.0
7860 .0 7660.0
'9360*0 8640.0
5880*'0 5270.0
6250.0 4700.0
2600.0 2340.0
5790.0 5060.0
908000 7890*0
318000 3020.0
2100.0 1920,0
11700.0 851000
1560.0 1490.0
1680.0. 1500.0
4160.0 3750.0
7560.0 6540.0
510.0 478.0
2420.0 2290*0
1770.0 1530.0
5240.0 4430.0


582*0
2340*0
1200.0'
1980.0
2310*0
3480.0
2040.0
6540,0
6720.0
4570.0
3320.0
1860.0
3980.0
7090.0
2540.0
1550.0
601000
1440.0
1250,0
309000
5920.0
424.0
2010.0
1260.0
396000


60 90
473.0 442*,0
2030.0 1890.0
991.0 959.0
1570.0 1420.0
1700.0 1470.0
2430.0 2020.0
.1670,0 1470.0
520000 4090,0
4410*0 336000
3450*0 286400
2230.0 161000
1400.0 1260.0
2840.0 2240*0
595000 4930.0
1810,0 1530.0
1220*0 1090.0
40440.0 3050.0
126000 1060.0
1050.0,, 969.0
2510.0 2140.0
4770.0 393000
313.0 268.0
1680.0 1400.0
93800 1010.0
2660.0 1970.0


l'


120O
422*0
1830.0
917.0
1250*0
1300.0
2010*0
1210.0
5470.0
2690*0
2300.0
1230.0
107000
1750*0
4320*0
1440.0
1020.0
2340.0
924*0
912.0
189000
3620*0
238*0
118000
833.0
153000


12U
36760
1860,0
814.0
1070,0
1120.0
1830.0
1020.0
3130.0
2250.0
1940*0
994.0
999.0
1430.0
3640.0
1440.0
868.0
1870.0
861.0
. 797.0
1910.0
3290*0
208.0
98900
70100
1250.0


312.0
1740.0
799.0
911.0
944*0
1590.0
871.0
2860.0
1850.0
1620.0
825.0
820.0
1180.0
303*00
1360.0
732.0
1540.0
796.0
681.0
1790.0
2880.0
182.0
827.0
607*0
1030.0


274
309.0
1100.0
717.0
626.0.
648.0
1090.0
630.0
2020.0
1270.0
1110.0
573.0
623.0
849.0
2060.0
982.0
125.0
1030.0
637.0
309.0
150000.
2450.0
173.0
954.0
45600
883,0









091 IT, JOIM IIVI MAIN
W2.32, Voell rek Ros Doer PIrk, PIl,
Joojg,-L Lat 30I13'5 ". lsotg 0'*54'03", toin S roe.33, TV,6 5,, R,34 31, nosr left bonk Just up.treo from abandoned bridle about
hr -.quarterl of a mile downetrem from bridge on sCite Highway 419 and 6,5 itael north of Deer park, Oweola County,

IDrAMll AM lAa,'-,7 eq at.
keod .avail.ablo...January 1956 to aptomber 1965,

a vU,..Water-$te8e recorder digitall), Datum of sgag is 19,35 ft above meen sea level, datum of 1929.
AvSrer discharnl-.9 years, 39,3 tof,
lEaxt s.L-956.658 Maximum discharge, 7,700 ofa Oct. 16, 1956, frm rating curva extended above 1,400 ofs by logarithmie, plotting
a*xaii gage height, 8,53 ft Aug. 8, 1964; no flow for many days In some years; croek dry at lgge for many days in sma years,

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 4 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 I0 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YFAR CP<-OAYS
1956 98 4 7 4 5 9 5 27 32 14 17 11 23 11 14 10 16 12 10 10 4 9 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 15642*7
1997 1. 5 5 6 11 15 46 27 27 18 21 23 21 23 11 23 25 11 18 11 5 4 5 1 2 9023.0
1958 23 3 3 4 5 11 13 37 25 39 22 21 18 29 22 14 27 16 7 12 7 7 2 2 5772.1
1959 3 6 14 6 26 29 23 34 25 32 29 37 15 9 15 19 13 8 8 6 1 2 2 3 19906.3
1960 9 1 1 1 2 2 17 27 44 20 15 23 26 38 12 30 13 8 15 13 13 4 8 7 5 3 3 4 1 1 27997.4
1961 1 2 42 59 44 33 47 21 18 25 15 12 9 13 6 6 3 3 2 1 2 1 3559.2
1962 35 4 6 11 7 9 17 29 24 41 26 8 21 11 17 10 14 17 9 14 10 12 3 7 1 2 8968.4
1963 4 2 6. 3 6 8 10 8 9 19 21 25 18 21 33 41 41 16 1t 19 13 10 7 3 4 2 2 1 1 1486919
1964 1 1' 2 2 8 14 13 15 29 19 36 36 24 16 36 22 14 16 16 12 9 10 7 1 4 1 40437*8

CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
*0 169 3288 100*0 09 2*0 268 2348 71*4 18 40 86 552 16*8 27 .700 11 24 @7
1 *1 15 3119 94.9 10 3.0 203 2080 63.3 19. 50 122 466 14.2 28 1000 8 13 .4
2 *2 29 3104 94o4 11 4*0 161 1877 57.1 20 70 96 344 10.5 29 1500 2 5 .2
3 *3. 31 3075 93,0 12 5.0 221 1716 52.2 21 100 83 248 7*5 30 2000 1 3 ,1
4 64 32 3044 92*6 13 7.0 197 1495 45e5 22 150 42 165 5.0 31 3000 1 2 .1
5 .5 97 3012 91e6 14 1000 215 1298 39.5 23 200 48 123 3*7 32 4000 1 .0
6 s7 135 2915 88*7 15 15.0 152 1083 32*9 24 300 29 75 2*3 33 5000 1 1 .0
7 1.0 236 2780 84*5 16 20*0 237 931 208* 25 400 12 46 1.4 34 .0
8 1.5 196 2544 77*4 17 30*0 142 694 21.1 26 b00 10 34 1*0 35














LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFS* FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
.-YEAR .1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 15n 183 27'4
1957 0 .1 ,2 5 101 103 1.5 2.2 4.1 62 55.9.
19578 0 o0 o0 e0 .4 103 4*1 163 17.8 21.9 22A2
1,959 .0 00 02 .4 1 2 2.4 2.3 4*6 '*7 5.5 33.6
19560 0 .0 .02 1 19 2.2 4.4 7.5 31.3 37.5 44.02
1961 03 *4 0 *6 0 8 .9 .9 1.4 2.7 4.2 19'.1
1962 0 *0 .0 6 *1 1.0 1.0 1.3 1.5 1.6
01964 u1 00 *2 1.1 2.3 7*4 19.6 21.2 18.1
1964 *1 s2 5 .7 1.0 70.' 6*5 .4 2109 313* 45'95
1965 .0 00 *0 *0 .0 ,4 3.9 7*3 905 *9 116

HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR
YEAR 1 3 7 15 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1956 .'8505 2780*0 1330.0 737.0 428.0 229.0 160.0 125.0 102.0, 83,6 55.9
1957 629.0 503.0 297.0 169.0 121.0 87.8 67.5 95~60 50.7 44.4 3203
1998'.' 260.0 223.0 144.0 77.9 55.8 435. 43.1 37.6 31.5 25.9 20.0
1959. 1370.0 10900 694.0 374.0 239.0 157.0 11.0 9318 '810 704. 69,8
1960 2230.0 1530d 831'0 589.0 435*0 255.0 21190 167,0 1i36, 113.0 101.0
1961 320.0 227:0 112.0 78.1 49*4 35.2 29.32 2.9 18.6 15.4 S125
1962 476.0 319,0 211.0 173.0 139.0 109.0 833 69*1 56e7 47*3 3210
1963 1320.0 766*0 398.0 205.0 182*0 103.0 96.7 79.0 69.5 597 412.
1964 3050.0 1460.0 81100 521.0 38000 219.0 15500 119.0 9607 81.0 69.9






095 II, JOgs IVII WIN
24.34, it. Johns liver nMr 0oe, Fvia,
lAationi,..Let 38'3'IO", long 60'52'2,11 in Wk efOl,5, T,24 8,, 1,34 5,, near right bank on dovnetream side of bridge on Stat
1iay 520 0, 0,7 Uile downetrer tre om 0 e1 of Lake posoItt and 85, miles wvea of Coeoa, Wrevrd County,
Daineseu ~ar.**S.,33 sq s$,
Ieaords available,..Qotober 1953 to September 1965,

Lu,. .WIter.asage recorder (digital), Datua of gage ii at mean asa level, datum of 1929. Frior to Oct. 1, 1959, srtff gage at site
3.7 milas oeat on north shore of Lake Poinsett at datum 5,06 ft higher.
Ahros dlschars,.-.12 years, 1,210 cf.,
BrI~Lrs-1953-65I Maximau daily discharge, 10,700 ft Oct. 11, 19531 maximum gage height observed, 16.96 ft (present ite and datum)
Oob, 11, 19531 tmniamu daily discharge, 16 ofs June 6, 1962; intimum gage height, 7,77 ft Nar, 6, 1962 (wind affected),
..rl,4..*-Records include inflow from Taylor Creek,

DURATION TABLE OF DAtLY DISCHARGE-
CLASS 0 1 2 9 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 19 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 29 26 27 2z 29 30 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OP DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CPS-DAYS
1994 11 28 20 9 12 7 10 13 7 72 90 66 16 4 491248.0
1999 19 38 20 12 29 18 12 49 42 63 36 31 317513.0
1956 3 16 17 14 29 88 29 28 3320 1 1 3 2 14 23 10 1 5 9 5 12 5 3S7465*0
1997 23 44 99 99 60 21 20 24 19 429003.0
1998 8 39 0 43 16 26 19 41 87 6 316962.0
1959 3 17 19 16 28 10 36 66 89 31 26 4 611256.0
1960 7 32 60 32 39 20 21 46 35 21 20 17 1021371 0
1961 5 10 12 28 40 91 52 69 29 7 37 16 9 1S010400
1962 5 26 14 17 25 51 52 6 4 6 9 2 2 2 11 23 15 33 30 9 13 10 226503*0
1963 1 24 24 24 33 38 46 10 10 10 42 51 38 14 341983.0
1964 2 33 27 16 11 31 6 10 21 24 52 67 15 12 11 15 4 7 496977.0

CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
00 4018 100.0 09 100.0' 203 3713 92.4 18 1000 494 1709 42.5 27 40
1 15.0 5 4018 100.0 10 150.0 188 3510 87.4 19 1500 506 1215 30.2 28 .0
2 20*0 26 4013 99.9 11 200*0 176 3322 82.7 20 2000 304 709 17.6 29 .0
3 25.0 14 3987 99p2 12 20O.0 194 3146 78.3 21 2500 138 405 10.1 30 .0
4 30.0 20 3973 98.9 13 300.0 298 2952 73.5 22 3000 117 267 6.6 31 *0
5 40.0 41 3953 98.4 14 400.0 196 2654 66.1 23 4000 59 150 3.7 32 .0
6 50.0 73 3912 97.4 15 50000 144 2458 61.2 24 5000 30 91 2.3 93 00
7 60.0 76 3839 95.5 16 600.0 341 2314 57.6 25 6000 39 61 1.5 34 00
8 80.0 50 3763 93.7 .17 800.0 264 1973 49.1 26 8000 22 22 95 35













LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
YEAR 1 3 7 14 30 60 90 i20 150 18 274
.19.55 30.0 130.0 130.0 133.0 143.0 165.0 197.0 259*0 360.0 464.0 9600,
1956 35.0 37.0 39*1 42.3 46,? 60.5 7 6. 4 97.1 127.0 15700 552.0
1997 70.0 75.0 91.4 102.0 107.0 114,0 146.0 591.0 617.0 700O. 1370.0
1956 4120 423.0 439.0 477.0 598.0 841.0 1100.0 .1260*0 1370.0 1360.0 1470.0
1959 8 39.0 4240.00 24240 249.0 272.0 19.0 3S00 362.0 382.0 20 586. 90
1960 s54.0 557.0 570.0 600.0 6340 724.0 878*0 1210.0 1650.0 16700 1950.0
1961 122.0 125.0 131.0 136.0 110.0 18500 21530 257.0 339.0 440*0' 1600.0
S1962 16.0 177 201 20.6 22.0 26.2 3532 39*7 44.5 47.4 97.2
:1963 1 40.0 45.3 51.6 64201 119.0 '210.0 371.0 662.0 7'1.0 660.0 932;b
1964 139.0 140.0 144.0 152.0 189.0 252.0 3340 558.0 833.0 994.0 '1340.0
1965 47.0 48.0 52.9 57.6 736 123.0 196.0 256.0 267.0 289*0 717.0
HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS* FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR
YEAR 1 3. 7 15 30 60 90 120 190 183 274
.1954 3120.0 3050.0 3020.0 2850.0 2530.0 2230.0 2000*0 230.0 2040.0 1980,0 1460.0
1955 2320*0 2300*0 2240*0 2190.0 2160.0 1960.0 170.*0 1620*0 1460.0 1280.0 3922.0
1956 8440.0 8400*0 8190.0 7570*0 6190.0 4220.0 3270.0 2510*0 2030.0 1690.0 1150.0
1957 3630.0 3570.0 3490.0 3200*d 3060.0 2650*0 2320@0 2040*0 1830.0 1630.0 1310.0
.1958, 2090*0 2090*0 2050*0 1970.0 1870.0 17600o 1760,0 1650*0 1530.0 1360.0 1040.0
1959 4170.0 4110.0 4010.0 3800.0 34000 2930.0 2640.0 2420*0 2340,0 2190.0 1990.0
1960 9820*0 9650.0 9260*0. 8710.0 8010.0 62800 5410.0 503*0 44760 3920,0 3450.0
1961 116800 1170.0 1120'0 1040.0 917.0 791.0 656.0 562*0 493.0 4393.0 413.0
1962. 3140.0 3120.0 3090.0 3040.0 2750.0 2200.0 1900.0 1640.0 1420.0 1190.0 807.0
1963 29400. 2890.0 2740.0 253030 2490.0 2090,0 2070.0 1700*0 1420.0 1210.0 933.0
1964 7080.0 6930.0 6590.0 5810.0 5040.0 3840.0 2970.0 2510.0 2080.0 1730.0 1380.0












091 1T, JOMI IWIVR SAUIN
3 2325, It, Johns River nrer Ohrietass, FIa,
acat .-on.-La 2832' 15", long 80*56'40", in Wk 00*,29, T,32 .e, R.34 ,, on left bank about 15 ft downstrem from bridge on ftate
hiway 50, 1.7 miles domwntream fro Tootoomahatohe Cr Oek, 2 mlles upetrsm from Lake Cone, and 4,5 miles east of Chrietmas,
Orange County,
Pratine are...l. 1,512 Iq It,
keords vaatlble.--October 1933 to 8eptambr 1965. Monthly discharge only for ome periods, published in WIP 1304.

*.o-Wlater-stage recorder (digital). Datum of gage is 1.62 ft above mean se level, datum of 1929. Prior to July 23, 1934, staff
gage at Use site and datum.
Average dLecharane.-32 years, 1,374 of.,
IxtreIes --1933-651 Maximum discharge, 11,700 ofe Oct. 12, 1953; asuxium gage height, 10.81 ft Sept. 28, 19601 no flow Mar. 22.27,
Apr. 19, June 12, 13, 19391 minimum gage height, 0.48 ft June 19, 1945.
Remarks.--Records do not include diversions through 8ll Canal from ISt Johns River Marsh into Indian River.


CLASS 0 1
YEAR
1994
193S
1936
1937
1938
1939 5 4
1940
1941


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
3 31 66 73 50 71 25 29 17
6 5 45 19 22 16 32 13 20 29 22 25 29 28 41 13
18 91154 32 41 26 4
71 60 69 60 18 9 6 56 22
20 22 46 62 48 52 48 30 20 17
3 1 3 7 8 6 5 16 18 11 12 29 16 13 13 5 2 8 24 44 47 65
14 40 30 29 51 90 68 39 9
13 13 17 36 38163 60 18 7


CPS-DAYS
540074.0
416621.00
91033;O
362396.0
237973o.
332582.0
309301.0
860554.0














7 32 17 5 31 41
4 12 18
52
21


6 15
3 52
3 93


11942
1944
1949
1946
1948
1949
19495

1992
1993
1959
1959
1956
1954
1999

19597

1960
1962
1963
1964


4
52
47
28 1
47
8 1
32 2
18 1
56 1
1
42 2

10 1
20 1
47 1


7 23 32
7 25 20 21 39 50 22
6
3


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS
15.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50,0
70.0
100.0
150*0
200.0


TOTAL
19
79
83
56
168
480
532
385
789


ACCUM
11286
11267
.11188
11105
11049
10881
10401
9869
9484


22 13 9 8
5 1 1 1
10 26 26 19
12 12 6 7
9 24 13 39
10 36 22 7
19 23 13 8
19 20 13 21
0 30 38 12
10 46 73 13
!6 24 25 22
2 98 10 9
,3 17 21 14
,9 24 17 28
1 24 49 8
12
7 31 72 50


86 60
5 11
51 26
36 32


PERCT
99*7
99.5
98.8
98*1
97.6
96*1
91.9
87.2
83.8


I


CLASS CFS
18 300
19 400
20 500
21 700
22 1000
23 1500
24 2000
25 3000
26 4000


85 48
24 55 33
64 44 20 4
42 38 24 21 22 12
46 37 5
6107 24 9 14 22
55 37 13 5 14 26
23 39 30 13 23
24 15 9 22,
32 90 9 6
26 27 13 9 1-5
19 22 24 16 19 34
82123 11
20 37
16 31 8 7 11 17
25 24 37 4
20 82 5
83 96 47 8
43 32 30 45 40 39
4 3
42 28 13
44 63 6 3
42 60 12 11 14 13


TOTAL
730
563
971
1276
1337
1149
1498
551
235


ACCUM
8695
7965
7402
6431
5155
3818
2669
1171
620


PERCT
76.8
70.3
65.4
56.8
45.5
33.7,
23.6
10.3
5*5


6 22 10 10 67


13


CLASS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8


CFS
.0
100
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
7.0
10.0


TOTAL
5
4

3
1
3
7
8
6


ACCUM
11323
11318
11314
11314
11311
11310
11307
11300
11292


PERCT
100.0
100*0
99.9
9909
99.9
9909
99.9
99*8
99.7


12 36128
7 22 31
22 15 15
14 50 25
38 28 38
31 18 38
19 11 74
48 26 21
19 13 21
31 72 23
58 46 33
46 50 35
19 16 39
38110 52
5 9 7
63121 79
49 27 22
24 53 54
59 70
30 42 15
25 29 18
66 10 36
14 30 47


21

1


8





CLASS CFS
27 5000
28 7000
29 10000
30
31
32
33
34
35


TOTAL
179
163
43


461599.0
370111.0
386931.0
672137d0
323089.0
925313.0
6963011.0
523304*0
297202.0
387739.0
428869.0
1014228.0
971934,0
327305.0
436654.0
489907.0
378655.0
716020.0
1293850.0
152199.0
265113.0
399246.0
610626.0

ACCUM PERCT
385 3.4
206 1.8
43 .4
00
00
.0
.0
.0


I


0il




z"




p










LoWtST NCAN ,OICHAROC, IN CF 0 FOR THR FtILOWING NUMBER Op CON6SCUTIV. DAYS IN Y9AR NI01NG JUNl 0o
YEAR 1 7 1 4 s0 60 90 110 1S0 16M 74
191: $t.O $t1 S 5,07 407 5s5. l9ot 710,s 97.5 1t.10 11.60 431,0
1916 416.0 476.0 491.0 520.0 696.0 68s.o 1S700o 1910*0 2010.0 2910.0 2100,0
19517 5100 251.0 241309 50 761 6 ,0 56 40 00 445.0 460.0 604.0
1924 1160. t 0 1200 12.0 1 1 0 17e 2370 11900 520.0 812.0 1430,0
1959 .0 *0 .7 1.0 10.5 19.0 31, 91.*4 74.6 9507 200.0
1940 190.0 154.0 19.00 17520 110.0 00 54*20 4510 70400 720.0 1140.0
1941 106.0 154.0 261.0 216.0 216.0 46200 751.0 965.0 1010o0 96400 1310.0
1942 765.0 77130 765.0 122.0 697,0 1120.0 1530.0 1460.0 1480.0 1570o0 1900.0
195 25430 125. 167 194 22,9 32. 278 4 61.3 667 1 79. 1730,0
194 4 4"0 4603 49.1 55.4 66.6 11800 127.0 134.0 16800 212.0 764.0
1945 73.0 73.5 73.9 74,5 76.4 85.3 10350 162.0 27800 39200 1040.0
1946 70.0 74107 706 7.6 90.3 10900 144.0 210.0 25190 163.0 1040.0
1947 111.0 113.0 120o0 1ll10 199.0 307.0 420,0 532*0 61600 584.0 06600
19148 840 6790 90.4 100.0 113.0 142.0 114.0 459*0 707*0 26.0 12460.0
1949 1620 63.7 66.4 71*1 720 o 10700 150.0 206*0 330.0 1700.0
1950 6860 69.3 72.0 730 81.9 10300 160.0 198.0 260.0 *17o0 1410.0
1951 66O0 67.7 70.7 7208 76.3 8406 115.0 309.0 ,58660 481.0 104000
1952 150.0 13500 15200 169.0 196.0 274.0 474.0 57350 59400 66350 1140.0
195s 106.0 108.0 11000 114.0 122.0 18600 286.0 59000 642.0 72000 1400,0
1954 150.0 150.0 155.0 145.0 171.0 239.0 326.0 4750 737.00 1040.0 2760.0
1955 126.0 127.0 13350 137.0 15100 18200 247.0 324.0 420.0 52791.0 10100
1956 2500 25.7 27.9 29.0 12.4 4708 62.9 88.2 .1540 17800 572.0
(1997 69.0 74.0 80.4 84.0 8863 9908 33550 68660 736.0 816.0 1740.0
1958 359.0 399.0 364.0 58660 467.0 757.0 1125000 1500.0 1690.0 1660,0 1700,0
1959 1.70.0 175.0 184,0 209.0 280.0 325,0 53860 597.0 42490 412.0 707i0
1960 780.0 78650 803.0 826.0 6690 1000.0 1200.0 1560.0 1910.0 2040.0 2310.0
1961 9860 99.0 104.0 112.0 127.0 165.0 201.0 245.0 32860 425.0 186500
1962 1500 159 1 7 1686 22.2 29.4 40.2 49.1 56.4 56.6 1220,
T 63 106.0 109.0 129.0 157.0 192.0 247.0 404.0 750.0 81900 7680 1070.0
1964 155.0 155.0 16000 170.0 194.0 259.0 56350 621.0 949.0 117000 153000
1965 5000 52.7 37.7 6108 79.7 13900 244.0 33550 354.0 372.0 151.0


ITATIO N UMgnM 0o 1to000


J h s itiver #**I Chd* F **












CSID H G 'I PS* FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OP CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


YEAR
1934
1995
1936
1917
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
:1943
1944
1949
1946
1947
1948
1949
1990
1951
1992
1959
1995
1956
1997
1998
1999
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


1 3
4700.0 4630.0
4600.0 4970.0
4o30.0 4030.0
3620.0 3620.6
2430.0 2430.0
2860.0 2840.0
2120.0 2110.0
9170.0 5270.0
235.00 2300.0
3700.0 3700.0
4270.0 4210.0
9230.0 9190.0
3500,0 3420.0
10700.0 10660.0
989,0.0 9890.0
6600.0 6600.0
491000 4910.0
4850.0 4710.0
5720.0 5700.0
11600.0 11600.0
3330.0 3280,.0
2380.0 2360.0
101.00.0 9650.0
4290.0 4230.6
3340.0 3230.0
4900.0 4850.0
10900.0 10800.n
2400.0 2300*0
3310.0 3290.0
4380.0 4290.0
8860.0 8830.0


G3H 10TMAN A *


7
4940.0
4490.6
3980.0
399550.0
2420.0
2780.0
2020.6
5210.0
2220.0
3660.0
4040.0
8920.0
3190.0
10400.0
9890.0
6970.0
4880.0
4420.0
..9690.0
11400.0
1110.0
2310.0
9120.0
3940.0
2990.0
4630.0
10700.0
1980.0
3210.0
389000
8620.0


4270.0
4260.0
3840.0
3390.0
2300.0
2660.0
1960.0'
4930.0
2110.0
3410.0
3670.0
7970.0
2860.0
10200,0
9480.0
6370.0
4730.0
389500
9470.0
11000.0
2800.0
2260.0
8940.0
3630,0
2720.0
4110.0
10100.0
1480.0
3140.0
3260.0
7950.0


30
4100.0
3870.0
3980.0
3070.0
2060'.0
2590.0
1930.0
4490&.0
2040.0
3260.0
3280.0
6460.0
2630*0
9920.0
8420.0
5690.0
4300.0
3330.0
4850.0
10400.0
2710.0
2190.0
7370.0
3490.0
2570.0
1550.t)
3990.0
9310w0
1090.0
2930.0
2950.0
6610.0


60 90 120 150 183
3590.0 3090.0 2720.0 2500.0' 223,00
3560.0 3130.0 2740.0 2380.0 2080.0
3200.0 2750.0' 2440*0 2130.0 1930.0
3d10.0 2720.0 2170.0 1790.0 1910.0
1660.0 1350.0 112100 921.0 787.0'
2400.0 2230.0 2070.0 1910.0 1720.0
1480.0 1390.0 1210.0 1050.0 973.0
3910.0 950 336.0 160 3270*0 308060
1850.0 1800,0 1770.0 1610.0 1570.0
3070.0 2840.0 2940.0 2260.0 1950.0
2760.0 2590.0 2380'.0 2180.0 1900.0
4510.0 4210.0 4120.0 3700.0 3180.0
2130*0 2120.0 1890.0 1650.0 1410.0
7990.0 6060.0 5270.0 4780.0 4160.0
6330.0 4910.0 409.0 3470.0 2890.0
4580.0 3970.0 3420.0 2920.0 2940.0
3190.0 2380.0 1830.0 1480.0 1230.0
2760.0 2500.0 2180.0 1,910.0 1650.0
3710.0 3090.0 2470.0 2030.0 1690.0
9230.0 7770.0 6730.0 5800.0 .4840.0
2600:0 2360.0 2230.0 2250.0 2230.0
2010.0 1770.0 1570.0 1410.0 1280.0
5250.0 4120.0 3310.0 2670.0 2210.0
3260.0 2740.0 2370.0 2110.0 1880.0
2470.0 2390.0 2170.0 1920.0 1660.0
3040.0 2880.0 2630.0 2480.0 2340.0
7680.0 6550.0 5990on 93000. 4630.0
812.0 647.0 560.n 490.0 42500
2430.0 2150.0 1860.0 1620.0 1390.0
2420.0 2320.0 1930.0 1650.0 1420.0
5020.0 3790.0 3150.0 2620.0 2180.0


274
1720.0
1430.0
1670.0
1130.0
P735.O
1190.0
91"0.0
Z480.0
1540.0
1310.0
133060
2250.0
991.0
3190.0
2000.0
1740.0
872.0
1200.0
1290.0
3420.0
1710.0
936.0
1500.0
1920.0
1240.0
2290.0
4110.0
479,0
942.0
1080.0
1740.0


I
I


C.






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09 IT, JOWIIN IVE RAMIN
2r3)2, Little IOalooakhoIshea River o**r Union Park, Ila,
Loation,...IAt 28*3'119", long 81'14'39", near vest and of 4ine between sao,32, T,22 I., R,31 ,, and sor,5, T,23 B,, 4,31 B,, near
rjiht bank on downsirersm ide of bridge on WIrry.Deese Road, 3,300 ft upstream from a tributery, 3 miles outh of Union park,
Orang County, and 8,5 tilel leat of Orlando,

Drinalle arre.-27,1 sq Uat.
Iecord available...0otober 1959 to September 1965,
gM..-Wetefresage recorder (digital), Datum of gage is 56,19 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929, Prior to Jan, 12, 1960, staff
gage at Came aite and datum,
Averaie dichare.-6 years, 26,2 of.
xtremes...1959-659 Maximum discharge, 1,640 cfI Mar. 17, 1960 (gage height, 11.64 ft)i minimum, 0.1 ctf June 6, 7, 1961 (gale height,
4.6 ft).


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 49 30 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAH CFS-DAYS
1960 3 6 4 14 7 27 47 30 16 20 21 26 20 41 13 14 9 9 10 5 6 3 6 5 1 1 18819,0
1961 1 5 11 4 15 14 19 16 56 73 42 40 35 12 7 8 1 1 2 1 2 2340o1
1962 1 1 15 20 41 6 34 55 32 29 34 23 7 15 11 7 13 10 3 2 3 3 6507.2
1963 2 20 22 19 21 30 34 32 31 41 45 19 10 14 9 1 3 3 2 1 8250.5
1964 6 26 9 44 31 20 21 22 28 21 42 18 16 13 19 12 6 5 2 2 2 1 13171.2

CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
'O 1827 100.0 09 2.0 200 1512 82,8 18 '40 47 237 13.0 27 700 6 8 .4
1 @1 1 1827 100.0 10 3.0 210 1312 71.8 19 50 50 190 10.4 28 1000 1 2 .1
2 .2 5 1826 99.9 11 4.0 140 1102 60.3 20 70 49 140 7.7 29 1500 1 1 .1
3 .3 15 1821 99.7 12 5.0 144 962 52.7 21 100 27 91 5.0 30 2000 *0
.4 .4 11 1806 98.9 13 7.0 144 818 44.8 22 150 18 64 3.5 31 .0
5 *5 34 1795 98.2 14 10.0 128 674 36.9 23 200 17 46 2.5 32 .0
6 .7 56 1761 96*4 15 15.0 96 546 29.9 24 300 10 29 1.6 33 00
7 1.0 113 1705 93.3 16 20.0 151 450 24.6 25 400 9 19 1.0 34 .0
8 1.5 80 1592 87.1 17 30.0 62 299 16.4 26 500 2 10 .5 35






















LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30


7 14 30
.2 .3 .4
.5 05 .7
1.0 11 1.7
09 1.1 1.1
1.1 1.2 1.4


60 90
.6 1.O
.9 1.2
1.9 2.5
3.0 5.1
2.4 3.8


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


7
757.0
104*0
200*0
256.0
387.0


15
382.01
55.4
125o.0
142.0
254.0


30
199.0
33.6
120.0
77.6
210.0


60
148.0
20.4
76.0
61.7
131.0


1


YEAR
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965


3
.2
@4
.9
*8
1.0


YEAR
1960
.1961
1962
1963
1964


120
l.d
2.1
8.2
9.4
3.9


1
1570.0
166.0
366.0
'478.0
734.0


150
S3.1
3.2
13.5
16.0
5.7


1270.0
155,0
327.0
379.0
598.0


183
3.1
3.2
13.2
24.5
7.7


90
123.0
15.5
58.8
47.7
92.1


120
96.9
13.0
46 S
41.0
70.7


274

'3 6
12*4
26.1
7.3
0



274
67.7
704
22.1
238
46.0 Z
0

i


150
78.8
11.2
38.6
35.7
57.3


183
82.5
9.7
32.3
31.7
48.6















09 IT,. JOwNI UIVER UIX
*.2335, ooplookhatohee River pear Chuluota, Fia,
Lo'aEnlfl,*Lat 28'40'40", long 81'06'50", In WA soe,10, T.21 8., 1,32 I,, near right bank at downstream side of bridge on State
lIhway 13, 2,6 miles northeast of Chuluot4, Smtnole County, and 10 Iiles upstream from mouth,
Draineas areas...241 q mt.
Records availble,..-October 1935 to September 1965, Monthly discharge only for October 1935, published in WSP 1304,

ggg..-Water-itage recorder (digital). Datum of gage is 2,14 ft above mean sea level (Corps of Engineers bench murk), Irior to
May 18, 1939, staff gage at same site and datum. Since Sept. 3, 1943, water-etage recorder on St. Johns River above Lake Harney
near Geneva, 11 miles downstream from base gage, used as an auxiliary SUge for this station,
Average diechare...30 years, 280 ofs,.
Extremes...1935-653 Maximum discharge, 11,000 cf Mar. 18, 1960 (gage height, 18.69 ft); minimum, 6.7 efs June 11-13, 15, 1945;
minimum gage height, 0.44 ft June 15-17, 1945.
Maximum stage known since at least 1928, that of Mar. 18, 1960.
Remarks.--Records include some flow diverted from Lake Mary Jane in Lake Okeechobee and the Everglades basins through Disaton Canal.


0 1 2 3 4 5

21 4
21 25
16 37 20 43
6 41 65 17
14 48 14
15 8 3


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
2 15 5 16 39 22 42 43 30 17 35 20 6 16 12 17 4
7 33 26 14 26 17 60 32 20 12 26 16 4 6 4 11 5
21 3S 14 24 40 20 43 11 7 5 8 9 2 4 1 5
17 17 17 11 15 9 24 27 15 12 14 7 9 14 4 11 9 4
20 31 27 117 7 28 27 25 9 1 23 19 8 19 7
2 5 6 5 10 7 35 43 23 24 35 39 20 32 17 20 11 5


CLASS

YEAR
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941


CFS-DAYS
103188.0
76193.0
S8592,0
64541.8
61324.0
196249,0















1 2 1 1
I 2 1 1


2 1

2


34
25
2,
25 23 27
8

39
35
6




3


1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1990 ,
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

CLASS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8


28 25
33 37
26 20
27 6
39 11
5 31
39 10
47 21
40 28
6 11

16
24 32
47 66



25
10 21
5
3

ACCUM
10593
10593
10568
10523
10237
9683
9204
8775
7945


10 11 11
13 59 30
12 41 43
9 19 36
24 29 48
19 4' 3
7 7 19
29 41 10
98 68 24
21 45 18
54. 30
48 29
17 32 33
18,27. 30
20 26 25
6 37 60
9 14 9


15 32
17 .17
19 27
10 26
28 45
9 6
30 26
11 10
14 :23
10:26
33 56
24 31
37 47'
40 52
21.26
36 23
30 42
22
27 47
51 61
30 37
14 42
28 24


10 9
12 11
15 18
14 13
9 12
19 17
10 13
10 8
15 6
20 17
19 13
8 9
17 12
13 7
7 9
19 12
2I 21
41 21
10 12
9 2
7 15
25 15
24 21

ACCUM
7236
6621
5726
5186
4174
3486
3023
2647
2057


8

3 2


22 11 15
24 5 7
16 12 10
16 20 11
15 10 14
17 34 30
16 15 18
19 11 15
10 .4 3
28 15 14
20 9 4
16 13 19
16 12' 6
16 6 10
13; 10 7
23 15 11
30 28 20
39 49 21
31 23 11
2 3 2
16 13 4
26 12 18
18 17 12

PERCT
68.3
62.5
54.1
49.0
39.4
32.9
28.5
25.0
19.4


4 4
12 13
8 10
17 7
9 6
13 11
10 13
5 8
3 3
11 13
5 12
15 24
4 2
3 4
3 5
11 9
5 5
10 19
13 25
3 1
4 10
8 3,
8 24


2 1

PERCT
15.1
12.0
7.9
5.8
3.0
1.7
1.1
.8
94


1 3
18 12
2


PERCT
100.0
100.0
99.8
99.3
96.6
91.4
86.9
82*8
75.0


1 1 11


ACCUM
1600
1269
839
610
315,
178
120
86
41


1
7 3 3


64480.9
.79345.0
98188.0
116331.8
59078*0
155286,0
172831.0
96767.0
69848,0
944703.
77047.0
1771010.
85644,0
50740.
90567.0
98661.0
91813.0
170382.0
265015.0
47299.0
61610.0
105993*0
159949*0


CFS
.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
40.0


TOTAL

25
45
286
554
479
429
830
709


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS
50.0
60.0
80.0
100.0
150.0
200.0
250.0
300.0
400.0


TOTAL
615
895
540
1012
688
463
376
590
457


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


CFS
500
600
800
o000
1500
2000
2500
3000
4000


TOTAL
331
430
229
295
137
58
34
45
17


CLASS CFS
27 5000
28 6000
29 8000
30 10000


0











\O


TOTAL
9
9
4
2


ACCUM
24
15
6
2


PERCT
.2
.1
.1
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0















02-21SS000


hetahkeeSnooB
ee River near Chubets, 73*, STATroN NUM8tR


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CF$S FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENOING JUNE SO
YEAR 1 7 14 50 60 920120 ISO 18 274
1937 16.0 16*s 18*6 20*6 17.0 47.9 97.9 6Ss9 74.9 t6*0 14100
1930 .0 0.3 804 6.9 10,8 11.e 1.,1 21.6 sl.9 4601 109.0
1939 9.0 9.1 904 1002 11.4 13.4 19.9 160 17.I6 24.1 4.0 I
1940 S130 1.00 13.1 1306 19.6 2608 J106 4*01 49.3 607t 90S6
1941 110l 11*7 12.7 1208 1 4 22 77T0 147.0 17t90 2160O 212.
1942 14*0 1407 16*1 18?1 232* 67.0 1060 1800 1660 169.0 21 0

19*4 637 6ot? GI 7*2 T7 9S4 10.4 13.4 20.7 3705 197,0
1946 1300 1320 13S0 14.6 5 19.3 22.9 3.01 37.6 50,0 6l.s
1947 19*0 19.0 193 2124 24.2 2530 3501 2460 $00. 119.0 166.0
1948 1100 11*0 114 13.4 13t 146 17.8 TT77 14900 19*O0 260.0
1949 12*0 12.3 1206 1210 1307 1602 16.4 1106 2009 247* 199.0
1950 1470 14.0 14.4 14.6 19.1 20.1 34.1 3.3 34.0 68*4 17?t0O
1951 1700 1703 13.6 19.7 22.0 9008 4564 43.7 66.5 74.6 20 .0
1992 31.0 5103 32*6 34.7 36.9 46,2 04.9 161.0 176.0 163.0 239.0
1953 30.0 30*3 3210 3129 595 94.0 7905 1610 105.0 13860 211.0
1994 20.0 20.0 2006 21.6 270O 30.2 33.9 39.6 6209 130.0 50940
1995 17.0 17.0 17.7 10.5 20.1 22.6 269 2806 36.0 42.7 97.8
1996 17.0 t17O 17.7 16.6 19.4 20.5 200. 22.0 31.4 3809 72,6
1997 14.0 14.0 190 17.0 230? 37.6 43.2 4687 t72l 767T 314.0
1958 2200 22?t 24.1 26*9 31.2 51.3 9662 151*0 19600 275*0 2609.
1959 3900 40.0 43.6 93,2 5906 76.1 12860 12900 14600 163.0 30900
1960 34.0 3407 .357 369 4121 91,4 109.0 149.0 292.0 30600 421,0
1961 20.0 21.0 21.6 22.4 23.2 26.5 S33. 45*6 60.1 61.0 146.0
1962 16.0 1.7? 18.9 19'.s 21.59 24.1 276 3500 3906 *0.7 496.9
1963 22.0 22.t 23.7 25.4 26.5 30.8 39,4 12600 200.0 187.0 167.0
1964 24.0 24.3 25.9 28.9 33.3 54.4 83.8 121.0 202.0 289.0 339.0
1965 24.0 24.3 24.7 24.9 29.7 29.0 42.6 58.6 6202 773 84.4









HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR
YEAR 1 7, 1,"k 30 60 90 120 1S0 183 274
1936 1760.0 1650.0 1450.0 976.0 775.0 614.0 46820 360|0 353.0 330.0 334.0
1937 1760.0 1620.0 .1310.0 874.0 83400 573.0 32950 460*0 23980 3301 0 255.0
1938 1490*0 1470.0 1210*0 822.0 617.0 394.0 292.0 23100 203.0 175*0 123.0
1939 2380.0 2240*0 180000 1290.0 1080.0 640.0 731.0 607*0 512.0 439*0 303.0
1940 950.0 867*0 812.0 667*0 512.0 423*0 412.0 36230 301.0 25690 205,0
1941 2070.0 1980.0 1730.0 1390.0 1200*0 830*0 731.0 673s0 671.0 56840 470 0
1942 1360.0 1280.0 10600 8780 760 75.0 436.0 366.0 .3030 296*0 26790 227.0
1943 1960.0 1880*0 1640.0 1240.0 866.0 752*0 71860 576*0 479.0 494.0 261.0
1944 6100.0 518060 3550.0 1920.0 1040.0 744*0 76290 667 0 575.0 483*0 346.0
1945 8650*0 7490.0 5170*0 3010.0 1860*0 1150.0 994.0 86790 71800 59700 404.0
1946 1190*0 1150.0 1050.0 916.0 73700 582.0 498.0 392.0 325*0 274*0 195.0
1947 4240.0 3710.0 2990.0 2050.0 1260.0 939.0 791.0 865.0 777*0 67100 53960
1948 9670*0 8390*0 6290*0 4500.0 2770*0 1740 0 1400.0 1080.0 780.0 72690 5960
1949 3610.0 3410*0 2670*0 1720.0 104000 989.0 729.0 661.0 5700 479.0 345.0
1950 7210.0 6130.0 4270.0 2520.0 1380.0 781*0 562.0- 472.0 385.0 52530 227.0
1951 196000 1780.0 1490.0 1100.0 890*0 638.0 623*0 54290 505.0 443.0 312.0
1952 2590*0 238000 194000 136800 863.0 621.0 46100 369*0 30500 259.0 252.0
1953 3980*0 3580*0 300000 2540.0 2090.0 1720.0 1360.0 1100.0 98@.0 83350 610.0
1954 1740.0 1530.0 1170.0' 740*0 523.0 371.0 288.0 241.0 258.0 248*0 181.0
1955 1330.0 1260.0 107000 843.0 609.0 448.0 389O0 317.0 272.0 235*0 16650
1956 6580.0 6940*0 4860*0 2900.0 1710.0 1190.0 868.0 674*0 547.0 457*0 312.0
1957 3150.0 2680*.0 191000 1410.0 1350.0 91860 72i.0 382*0 547.0 468.0 3440
1958 2290.0 2030.0 154000 1130.0 815.0 6200 50 .00 436. 0 3730 3350,0 285.0
1959 4120.0 3750.0 279010 1740.0 1210.0 690.0 718.0 621.0 629.0 54000 5620
1960 10100*0 9320*0 6520.0 3670.0 2490.0 1860.0' 17700 1480,0 1220.0 105000 936,0
1961 3930.0 3410:0 2320*0 1250.0 824.0 477.0 34200 12760 233*0 19860 155.0
1962 1810.0 1650.0 1430.0 1140.0 96200 6590 5w070 4140 0 93480 296 2.0
1963 3520.0 3430.0 2790.0 17200 941.0 759.0 630*0 509.0 440.0 390*0 289.0
1964 5290.0 4690.0 3500.0 2600.0 2160.0 1510.0 1090.0 864.0 703.0 590.0 552.0













091 IT, JoRII IRvn IAII
232350, wektlv River near lnford, Plo,
g Lon.--.IS 3049', leonq 61'25, eo line betwle ***,o 21 and 28, T.19 ., 1,29 I,, near right balk at dowuatrem side of bridge
on ltte.t.Ubway 46, 4k miles dowatream from Little Vakitva iver, 5t mtlse upatrem froma south, and 9 atlle wet of leaford,
misaItsle ounty.
rilr.a ral1..-l89 *q mi,
lesortds vailble.-.Ootober 1931 to Septmber 1935 (discharge measurements only), October 1935 to September 1965.
gal *.-Water-tage recorder (digital). Datum of gage it 4.68 ft above mean seo level, datum of 1929. Prior to Nov. 6, 1935, reference
point at sae site. Nov. 6, 1935, to Jan. 18, 1960, staff gage at same site and datum.
Avoroas diachrae-...30 years (1935-65), 278 cfs.
1xtr-m ..-1935-651 Maxiaum discharge observed, 2,060 ofi Sept. 17, 19451 maxim gage height, 6.09 ft Sept. 12, 19603 minimum
disoarge observed, 105 efs June 5-13, 19391 minimum gage height, 2.19 ft Nov. 10, 1964.
mark..--Flow Includes large ground-water inflow.


I 2 9 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 5 26 48 71
1 2 26 45 83 69
1 18 23 89 64 44 O0
9 4 3 6 4 17 44 82 83 28
26103 90 3S
5 27 31 24
4 88 79 46


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
11 IS 114 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2s 24 25 26 27 28 29 SO 31 32 9S 34
NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CPS-DAYS
53 31. 1S26 16 29 14 7 13 6 4 1 1 1 106946.0
47 29 14 28 19 20 7 6 3 9 1 1 97833.0
20 22 10 19 .5 10 4 5 79476.0
21 14 11 4 7 9 9 4 1 9 1 1 I022*0
40 17 10 17 11 6 9 2 84843.0
39 38 24 35 36 44 20 16 7 4 4 2 1- 2 2 115765.0
37 14 16 22 16 16 16 8 1 92379.0


CLASS 0

1996
1997
1998
1999
1940
1941
1942













11
27'
28


82
1 13.40
6



11
1


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS
200.0
220.0
240 0
260.0
280.0
300.0
330.0
360,0
400.0


TOTAL
1807
1821
1201
825
599
642
460
466
334


ACCUM

7074
5253
4052
3227
2628
1986
1526
1060


7 13
4 6
16 19
10 12
37 21
24 8
4 4
4 4
5 .3
*1 5
32 27
9 1
1


1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
.1949
1990
1951
1992
19S3
1954
1959
1996
1957
1958
1999
1960
,1961
1962
1963
1964


2 2
1 2

3 2
2


72134 47 13 15 12 19 9
37102 95 25. 11 19 10 13
38 '2 59 35 17 14 26 16
40 89 77 28 sJ8 2 19
21.30 74 54 27 18 37 20
39 50110 19 26 15 11 '34
73 24 7 67 19 9S 15
99 70 23 45 20 19:7 4
84 59 65 68 32 8 17 4
12146130 30 8 6. 9 .5
43 36 60 40 33 20 22
18106111 50 24 23 13 5
63152 64 38 30 3 i5 9
31111 T75 13 19 2 4 4
64 78 72 32.24 16.19 13
11 90 '48 45 56 40 29 25
.4 12'88 48 62 29
10 14 8 22 28 42 29
11104 37 45 43 53 15
3 96125 80 29 15 9 2
27 13102 59 36 36 19 24
17 38 77 44 30 35 26


PERCT
83.8
66.8
49.6
38.3
30.5
24.8
18.7
14,4
10.0


CLASS CFb
18 450
19 500
20 550
21 600
22 650
23 700
24 800
25 900
26 1000


TOTAL
209
135
97
58
43
58
33
19
26


.89005.0
1 1 1 1 92623.0
1 1 1 1 11914;0
105424.0
2 109543*0
101989.0
1 90791i0.
1 2 1 1 89354.0
87135,0
88822.0
2 2 1 120940.0
89972.0
.81817.0
80960.0
97020.0
108378.0
1 3 1 1 191506.0
3 11 6 6 5 3 2 5 3 183069.0
110172.0
88367.0
2 2 105444.0
4 3 1 3 1 1 130472.0


ACCUM
726
517
382
285
227
184,
126
93
74


PERCT
6.9
4.9
3.6
2.7
2.1
1.7
1.2
.9
.7


CLASS CFS
27 1100
28 1200
29 1300
30' 1400
31 1500
32 1600
33 1800
34 2000
35


TOTAL
10
11
7
4
5
6
4
1


ACCUM
48
38
27
20
16
11
5
1


PERCT
*5
.4
*3
*'2
.2
*1
.0
.0


2
3 4
1


1 1
9 4


CLASS CFS
.0
1 100,0
2 110.0
3 120'0
4 130.0
5' '140.0
6 150*0
7. 160.0
8 180.0


TOTAL

9
4
4
7
14
56
391
1227


ACCUM
10593
10593
10584
10580
10576
10569
10555
10499
10108


PERCT
100.0
100.0
99.9
99.9
99.8
99.8
99*6
99.1
95.4


'.a.









WeIvB Ive1 nea 5m'oG, 7 STATION NUMBER O-2'RZQO, u
l OWST EAN DISCHARGE N CF, FOR THE POI.LOWING NUBR OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 0
LOWgsT M9AM DISCHARGIV 90 120 ISO MOYIO IUCII O 274
YEAR I 7 14 30 60 90 120 1O0 215 274
1957 161.0 170.0 175.0 180,0 261.0 20. 0 0,0 2)5.0 I2O0. 210.0 260,0
C191 142.0 141.0 252.0 262.0 1650 167.0 )0 0 O 160,0 1060 202.0 2420
199 105. 10o 0 105. 0 1200 260 156.0 12600 167.0 177.0 1,0.0 21.60
1940 169.0 12720 12760 162.0 12600 191.0 100.0 20500 2260 210 225.0
1941 112,0 72*O 176.0 2I7O0 180.0 19060 21950 205 110 217 2280 244.0
1940 16900 li sloo 11,590 18010))( 1100 16600 1950 27* 250 7o 200*0
1942 174.0 176.0 204.0 187.0 192.0 225.0 239.0 270.0 26.00 271.0 261.0
1945 176.0 181.0 104.0 166.0 190.0 196.0 102,0 106.0 107,0 21060 211,0
1944 166.0 167.0 169.0 172.0 176.0 1520 296.0 105.0 2 06.0 210.0 1240
1943 167.0 167.0 100 1740 2 1760 164.0 191.0 197.0 203.0 214.0 236.0
1946 106.0 109.0 214.0 216.0 217.0 215.0 236.0 247.0 246.0 M2o20 265.0
1947 10.0 26.,0 190.0 196.0 201.0 227.0 125 7.0 139.0 244.0 ,257.0 260.0
1940 295.0 104.0 206.0 911.0 20160 226.0 221.0 242.0 2510 266.0 169.0
1949 16800 162.0 26.0 170.0 1 o1.0 171.0 15sO0 177.0 161.0 I1050 206.0
1950 241.0 146.0 2I65. 151.0 160.0 176.0 16880 192.0 194.0 2040 2 310
1951 1.100 1580 1612.0 164.0 174.0 1183.0 1660 192.0 207.0 2M3.0 249.0
1921 190.0 199.0 200.0 203.0 211.0 217.0 120.0 227.0 234.0 22350 244.0
1953 196.0 1960 196.0 1 0 200.0 204.0 209.0 2112.0 240*0 2470 246.0 294.0
1954 190.0 O 19. 199.0 205.0 212.0 21.0 120.00 02230 230.0 245.0 292.0
1953 196.0 179.0 190,0 193.01 0 10.0 1 0 2 20 0 205.0 212.0 215*0 2310
1956 177010 161.0 1300 167.0 169.0 194.0 194.0 195,0 203.0 209.0 211.0
195s 179.0 10.0 1620 186.0 189.0 193.0 200.0 207.0 212.0 215.0 224.0
1966 197.0 107.00 200 213.0 220.0 226* 400 200 261.0 270.0 289.0 30000
1959 192.0 192.0 195.0 199.0 207.0 124.0 251.0 267.0 266.0 26860 315.0
1960 2010 2 00 10 021.0 229.0 255.0 290*0 1 20 230.0 331*0 360.0
1959 Moo 229*0 25 5* 1~. 20 3~ ') I 61*0 41106
1961 232.0 233.0 236.0 231.0 271.0 292.0 296.0 295.0 329.0 361.0 411.0
1962 202010 202.0 203.0 207.0 210,0 113.0 215.0 217.0 219.0 221.0 224.0
1963 194.0 197.0 199.0 211.0 228.0 231.0 234.0 24600 264.0 26300 276.0
1964 18.0, 186.0 188.0 192 0 195.0 248O 257.0 28240 0 292.0 333.0
1964 174.0 16770 179.0 18110 1830 193.0 208.0 2320 244,0 2490 262.0








HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR
YAR 1 3 7 15 30 60 90. 120 150 153 274
1936 912. 8.03, 677.0 539.0 464.0 379.0 351,0 317.0 337.0 327.0 306.0
1937 673.0 620 ,0 6,3.0 460.0 36.0 311.0 324.0 307.0 302.0 286.0 27040
193 90. 647.0 466.0 373.0 301.0 269.0 2530 245,0 239.0 222.0
1937 466oO 425*0 289#0)00 I)LO tP 294*0 21960 20 d~
1939 97110 636.0 517.0 4i0.0 370.0, 296.0 289.0 294.0 279.0 2640 231.0
1990 484.0 458.0 406903 9.0 339.00 S308.0 284.0 277.0 260.0 247.0 249.0 243.0
1941 9270 902.0 791.0 626.0 500.0 424.0 397.0 372.0 372.0 360.0 325.0
1942 511.0 487.0 469.0 429.0 399.0 33,30 304.0 2811.0 280 279.0 269C 0
1943 844.0 738.0 57s5.0 451.0 3750 366.0 342.0 3180 299.0 202.0 260.0
1944 1500 1200 940.0 592.0 4060 3450 361.0 3.0 310 295.0 264.0
1945 2060.0 12830.0 13900 9270.0 65550 5060. 90 472.0 431.00 329.0 331.0
1946 890.0 0 185.0 764.0 703.0 542.0 414.0 396.0 362.0 342.0 324.0 301.0
1947 1050.0 983.0 765.0 575.0 462.0 4280 393.0 374.0 5.0 39.0 3220
1948 671.0 625.0 565.0 539.0 460.0 421.0 378.0 341.0 316.0 299.0 302.0
1949 929.0 865.0 779.0 593.0 449.0 406.0 362.0 337.0 323.0 3110 269.0
1950 1570.0 1340.0 980.0 681.0 490.0 407. 0 363380 23110 2870 254.0
11 541.0 524.0 94700 369.0 330,0 262.0 284.0 274*.0 269.0 265,0 24a0.0'
19521 670.0 636.0 50.0 518.0 426.0 331.0 293.0 212*0 260.0 253*0 248.0
1953 1100.0 1050.0 945.0 790.0 260 5 0 491.0 444.0 434.0 4110 355.0
1954 70.0 738.610 6 0 443.0 381.0 308.0 2860 270.0 260.0 250.0 248.0
1955 30,0 34800 3926.0 316.0 298.0 261.0 252.0 245.0 241.0 234.0 228.0
1956 701.0 701.0 587.0 423.0 331.0 262.0 257.O 24.0 239.0 234.0 221.0
1957 148,0 699.0 618.0 512,0 462.0 .3880 344.0 350*0 332.0 315.0 286.0
1956 671.0 847.0 731.0 603.0 5010 4110 379.0 3570 3390 325.0 30
1959 1210,0 1150.0 1050.0 792. 606,0 499.0 434.0 405.0 397.0 390.0 379.0
1960 1920.0 1800.0 1650.0 1370.0 1210.0 878.0 624.0 742.0 671.0 61900 547.0
1961 721.0 68100 6580 6.0 565.0 491.0 423.0 394.0 375.0 360.0 326.0
1962 76890 620.0 524.0 383.0 339.0 296.0 281.0 275.0 270.0 263.0 250.0
1963 1060.0 1020.0 896.0 600.0 414.0 366.0 330.0 313.0 300.0 296.0 299.0
1964 1570.0 1380.0 1240.0 981.0 708.0 523.0 468.0 429.0 393.0 371.0 384.0





g09 IT, JMwS SIVa SAIIN
3,3160, IS, Johns Ilver ruar P De Ld, Ia,

LicatioLit 19'00'39", long ip 3 8 3l'11, In Daoinlo rernndep QrGrn, T,17 ,, 4,29 5,, lAke County, on left bank 0,4 pile de4mwnreS
fr prnanle WI hieshatr Rridge on Sae Highway 44 and 5 mtie vest of Pa Land, Voluala Qounty,

DrItIJ I-Au.A"3,l 0 eq *(, approseately,
pserda avallable,..0*tober 1933 to September 1965, Monthly discharge only prior to February 1934, published in WIF 1304,
gba,..jater.otege recorder, Datum of lage i 1114 ft below mean sea level (levels by Corps of Ingineers), prior to may 28, 1936,
staff lrgg a st e of former Crovs Sluff Bridge about 1,000 ft uprearm at san datum, Auxiliary vatersrtage recorder at St. Francis
Leading, 3,3 mt11e downstream frm Whitehair Bridge, Sines Oct, 1, 1959, weterC-tage recorder on St, Johns River near Sanford
(station 2.2345,), 21,3 miles upstream from Whitehar Bridge used as an additional auxiliary gage for this station, Frior to Jan,
16, 1943, en additional auxiliary vwteretage recorder I aile upstream from Whitehair Bridgp,
Avrfm. dthabar...-32 years, 3,269 cfe,
ggrreuea,-.1933-651 Maximum daily discharge, 17,100 for Oct. 15, 19535 maximum gage height, 7.17 ft Oct, 11, 12, 1953; maximmd daily
reverse flow, 3,030 afe Aug. 23, 19571 minimum gaeg height known since at leas May 28, 1936, 0.52 ft Apr, 2, 1945,
.marka.--iFow occasionally reversed as result of tide and wind effect.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 111 12 14 15 16 17 I 19 20 21 22 22 24 s2 26 27 28 29 30 11 32 SS 4
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CPS-DAYS
1924 1 1 1 10 66 94 34 29 2 17 29 19 1427150.0,
195 1 2 2 7 12 1j 44 45 67 26 22 9 42 16 17 9 86232590
196 2 9 28 71 96 92 33 S9 1128830.0
197 1 S9 6 8 43 81 92 99 9 3 33 36 17 861390.0
1997 1 2 3 1 5 5 6 6 39 31 67 56 44 16 54 23 4 701070.0
1996 1 3 8 5S 33 92 1I 15 45 89 34 5 824755.0
1940 1 3 1 10 7 11 21 66 76 68 47 SS 716673,0
1941 2 11 11 20 16 54 83 68 75 22 17520400.
1942 3 3 5 29 32 60 70 84 76 7 1089246.0
194 13 7 16 54 92 21 12 11 39 40 16 44 986969.0
1944 2 1 3 14 8 72 22 10 16 60 1 26 4 1152443.0
1945 4 2 IS 77 30 20 93 3S 26 29 65 13 20 1494*41.0
1946 1 3 14 9S 69 41 60 27 35 49 11 1096680.0
194T 2 2 29 43 59 20 51 31 84' 19 17 38 1765075.0
198 2 22 T70 9 29 79 70 25 14 11 5S 1601941.0
1949 19 84 58 38 57 16 26 37 29 1 1391920.0
1950 1 19 17 16 45 78 59 19 15 18 21 15 21 12 13 968832e0
191, 10121 56 56 13 23 28 37 21 94815000
1952 22 43 49 49 47 23 50 33 17 21 12 102514250
1953 10 10 57 32 41 27 38 20 6 16 41 43 24 1972013.0
* 1954 10 47 38 29 40 84 85 12 20 1172r000
1955 94 79 99 38 55 4 769190.0
















CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
*0 8035 100f0 09 80*0 8029 99.9
1 110*0 1 8035 100.0 10 100*0 3 8029 99.9
2 15*0 8034 100.0 11 150.0 1 8026 99.9
3 20*0 2 8034 100*0 12 200*0 1 8025 99.9
4 25*0 8032 100,0 13 250*0 11 8024*99.9
9 30*0 1 8032 10060 14 300*0 15 8013 99.7
6 40*0 8031 100*0 15 400*0 73 7998 99.5
7 50.0 8031 100*.0 t6 500*0 74 7925 98.6
8 60.0 2 8031 100*0 17 600.0 213 7851 97.7


CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
18 800 403 7638 95.1
19 1000 1237 7235 90.0
20 1500 1098 5998 74.6
21 2000 921 4900 61.0
22 2500 693 3979 49*5
23 3000 1074 3286 40.9
24 4000 804 2212 27.5
25 5000 552 1408 17.5
26 6000 481 896 10.7


CLASS CPS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
27 8000 186 375 4.7
28 10000 165 189 2.4
29 15000 24 24 .3
30 *0
31 *0
32 *0
33 *0
34 *0


S DIATIOn TAB L 01 DAILY DISCHARI


CLASS CrS
1 -4000
2 -3000
3 -2000
4 -1500
5 -1000
6 .700
7 -500
8. -300
9 .200


TOT Cc ACCUM PRC CLASS
2 11323 100.0 10
13 11321 100.0 11
16 11308 99.9 12
26 11292 99.7 13
22 11266 99.5 14
17 11244 99.3 15
15 11227 99.2 16
10 11212 99.0 17
7 11202 98.9 18


CFS TOTAL ACCOM PICT
-150 2 11195 98.9
-100 5 11193 98.9
-50 3 11188 98.8
0 16 11185 98.8
50 9 11169 98.6
100 16 11160 98.6
200 43 11144 98.4
300 29 11101 98.0
400 90 11072 97.8


CLASS CIS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
19 500 91 10982 97.0
20 600 302 10891 96.2
21 800 543 10589 93.5
22 1000 1584 10046 88.7
23 1500 1412 8462 74.7
24 2000 1224 7050 62.3
25 2500 980 5826 51.5
26 3000 1527 4846 42.8
27 4000 1171 3319 29.3


CLASS CS TOTAL ACCW PtRCT
28 5000 773 2148 19.0
29 6000 743 1375 12.1
30 8000 313 632 5.6
31 10000 273 319 2.8
32 13000 46 46 0.4
33 20000 0 0 0.0


Hote..-Computed manually for calendar years 1934 to 1964.


~I.

0

z
0






k~pw Y MRAN DI6NA"A00, IN CFStP FOR Til fOcQWINO N"UNIO OF cQN61cUVTV9 DAY& IN YgAP ENDING JUNI P0
"C ,Iftan 103


YEAR 3 P
1916 0,o0 11,0o
1916 17000 970,0 0
1937 $70.0 46000 1
1900 10.0 41.P a
39$9 16600 400.0 A
1940 140.0 1070
19431 5910 767.0 1
1941 61.00 1100*0 0
1943 41000 441*0
1944 44800 4.0 4
194> 44000 4410
1946 59000 7M7.0
1947 541.0 777.0
1946 635.0 917.0 1
1949 106000 1260*0 1
1990 39200 44600
1991 450.0 450.0
1952 700.0 70000
1953 620.0 620.0
1954 656.0 716.0
1959 1140.0 1140.0 1
1956 220.0 22000

8t. Johns River near DO Land, 7li.
HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGI


7

19600
76100
t6.0

leo.o
$1000
160.0
k66.0
17200
92500
130.0


729.0
81600
14000
22000


14
920.0
998.0



11000
1910,0
64900
693.0
88700
103000
108000
1370.0
140090
61590
461*0
787*0
729.0
946*0
1140.0
220.0


$0
90
160,0
1100*0
799100
94300
1200.0
1990.0
811.0
106000
1060.0
106000
128000
145000
1560.0
1960*0
89590
499.0
1110.0
825.0
101000
1140.0
488.0


6*1,0

124000
649*0
84100
790.0
1000
1690.0
131000
91100
11000
91200
116000
12000
1630.0
1620.0
1640.0
106000
663.0
1130.0
95400
1170.0
1270.0
651.0


STATION NUMBER


171,0
22140000
64800
16160
1190.0
197000
97600
128000
113000
128000

172080
1690.0
1120.0
1130.0
1530.0
1320.0
1370.0
1310.0
71100


710*0
334000
1410*0

119000
189010
2340.0
997.0
1127000
12210
141000
2020.0
217000
1740.0
1130.0
1160.0
I86000
209000
163000
139000
843.0


361000
1460.0
1910.0
96900
134000
146000
323000
99100
136000
1400.0
1560.0
2280.0
269000
120000
133000
1930*0
2290*0
1990.0
1570.0
1070.0


1970,0
2090,0

1010.0
146000

347000
1020*0
1400.0
166000
112100
236000
2940.0
2070*0
168000
194000
206000
233000
2760.0
1730.0
1230.0


02-2360*00


i. IN CPS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


1 3 7 15 30 60
10600.0 10600.0 10500.0 10400.0 973000 6650o0
7900.0 7880.0 7770*0 7630.0 7200.0 6400.0
5950.0 5870.0 581000 5710.0 5580*0 5160.0
6290.0 6270.0 6250.0 6180.0 5920.0 5430.0
33200 529300 s0700so 4050.0 4460.0 3760.0
5320 0 6 bO ~4 4b 4290sO
5120.0 5060.0 5010.0 4740.0 4630.0 4290.0
3820.0 6820.0 37900 3700.0 3470.0 32200
9020.0 6990.0 6900.0 8720.0 6290.0 7450.0
5370.0 85230.0 SO000 498200 4840,0 4230.0
780000 7740.0 7660.0 7500*0 7370.0 65600
8290.0 8240.0 8090.0 7920.0 7410.0 6240.0
1440000 14300.0 1400000 13100,0 11400.0 9190.0
6230*0 617000 6130.0 599000 5680.0 557000
1340000 13200.0 13100.0 12800.0 1220000 10700.0
1390000 1386000 1360000 1310000 12400.0 1030000
1000000 994000 9800.0 939000 888600 78500
1068000 10700.0 1070000 10400.0 9400.0 7670.0
7500.0 750000 72.10.0 6570.0 6260.0 5670.0
8560.0 6520.0 8390.0 82100 7760.0 6460.0
17100.0 17000.0 16900.0 16600.0 1590000 14100.0
7530.0 7480.0 7370.0 7130.0 6280.0 47800
4180.0 4160.0 3960.0 363000 351000 3360.0


90 120
797000 714000
5070.0 4980*0
4550.0 4250*0
5110.0 4200.0
3170.0 2620o0
4030.0 380000
313000 295000
6600*0 6630.0
4060*0 402090
595000 5420.0
5860.0 5670.0
838600 7920.0
5340*0 4840.0
918000 863000
8560*0 7430*0
7170.0 6360.0
'6140.0 5140.0
5280.0 4640*0
5700.0 4840*0
12700.0 1160000
3940*0 3610.0
309000 2830.0


;PV
643600
4380*0
382060
365000
2220.0
3630.0
6500.0
3690.0
4940.0
5370.0
7250.0
4370*0
7720*0
6640.0
5670.0
4370.0
4140.0
4100.0
1000000
3700.0
2650*0


5780.0
3850.0
3620.0
3160.0
200000
345000
2460.0
6220.0
3450.0
4380.0
4850.0
653000
3980.0
7220.0
5830*0
5230.0
3680*0
3670.0
3520.0
8470.0
3710:0
2500.0


874
1160,0
1870.0

3000*0
1940.0
94070
4270.0
2180,0
2620.0
2950.0
P270,0
278060
498000
4150.0
327000
3040.0
3130.0
3070.0
5730.0
246000
1740.0




274
4960.0
280000
3320.0
2980.0
2090*0
271000
2060*0
5090.0
3390.0
3250.0
3730.0
4770*0
311000
5760.0
4470.0
4090.0
2830.0
2830*0
2860.0
6470.0
3020.0
2110,0


YEAR
1934
1935
1936
1937.
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1949
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955


lEA [I


as



















098t ST. JO1HNS RitVER BSINl
2.2 1.4 363 l Gre en Swa Ru nea rm Lo tBula n 1 a


-Lat 28*15'19", long 81l40'32". in NB sec.2, 1.26 S., R.26 E., near right bank, 10 ft downstream from bridge on Dean Still
id 6% miles vest of Loughman, Polk County.

rea.--33 sq ml, approximately,

ailable.--March 1961 to September 1962 (discontinued).

er-stage recorder. Datum of gage is 121.94 ft above mean sea level, unadjusted. 2

'-1961-62: Maximum discharge, 6.6 cfs Aug. 19, 1962; maximum gage height, 3.13 ft Apr. 1, 1961;lno flow for many days; dry
SMay 15 to June 11, 1962.

.mum discharge measured, 54.0 cfs July 16, 1959 (gage height, 3.77 ft),


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFSo FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 150 183 274 0
00 .0 .0 .0 .0 .0 on .0 .0 *0 ,0


Location..
roa an

Drainage a

Records av

Gaze.-Wat

Extremes,-
*t gage
Maxi


YEAR
1962

















095 8T, 1JORS1I RIn ISA
2-2365, Big Creek near Oleoront, Fie.
LocaCion.*Lat 28*26'51", long 8144'25", nto WNL *e,31, T,23 8o,, R,6 11. near left bank 40 ft downstrea from log bridge, I tmle
updirem from Lake Loutsi, and 7J miles southeast of Clermont, Lake County,
Draia n areat.68 sq at, approximately,

Records available--July 1958 to September 1965.

gPl,.-fWaer-etage recorder (digital). Datum of gage is 98.97 ft above mean sea level, unadjusted.
Averam diLcharm.-- years, 50.5 otf.

xtre..1958.65: Maximun discharge, 691 ofl Sept. 13, 1960 (gage height, 6.23 "*)1 no flow at times in 1962, 1965; minaium gags
h i. 0,60 ft June 7, 8, 1965.
Romark..--Some interconnection at high stages with Little Creek and Withlacoochee River basin.


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
1959 1 10 7 17 31 39 37 30 88 68 29 8
1960 4 6 46 63 40 35 11 53 29 17 14 15 13 15 5
1961 5 15 8 10 10 19 14 32 17 17 13 28 23 12 15 8 13 14 8 7 47 19 7 4
1962 12 29 39 19 11 8 12 5 32 31 17 11 29 33 25 13 8 5 2 4 11 6 3
1963' 10 15 18 8 5 8 24 30 13 9 9 19 15 7 28 '14 49 26 16 12 12 11 3 11
1964 8 5 3 3 4 4 1 5 8 3 4 6 5 3 6 8 17 49 31 24 21 21 33 42 21 13 7 2 4 5


CPS-DAYS
40905.0
51909,0
4443'*6
1554.5
4030.7
16657.8















'.LASS CFS


2194
2180
212d
2054
2006
1974
1947
1904
1860


100.0
99.5
97.1
93.7
91.5
90.1
88.8 8
86.9
84'.9


CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
1.5 69 1761 80.3
2.0 46 1692 77o.2
2.5 37 1646 75.1
3.0 82 1609 73.4
4.0 76 1527 69.7
5.0 47 1451 66.2
6.0 62 1404 64.1
.800. 38 1342 61.2
10.0 77 1304 59.5


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


TOTAL
92
73
67
149
148
122
129
62
154


ACCUM
1227
1135
1062
995
846
698
576
447
385


PERCT
56.0
51.8
48.4
45.4'
38 6
31.8
26.3
20.4
17.6


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30


1 3 7 14 30 60 90
22.0 22o7 24.3 28.4 32.8 47.7 51.6
.1 l1 1 92 *2 *7 3.0
.0 0 .0 00 91 .1 .4
Il *1 ,1 .1 .2 s4 2.0
91 eI e1 .2 o4 3.0 6.2
0 0 .0 *1 .2 .5 1.6


120
59 1
9*2
1.3
501
7.2
6.9


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


1
279.0
684.0
64.0
40.0
,72.0
340.0


3
274.0
649.0
63.3
40.0
71.3
332.0


7
258.0
608.0
60.1
38.0
68.0
316.0


15
237.0
572*0
54.6
33.1
62.8
260.0


30
213.0
476.0
46.5
27.0
47.3
190.0


60
181.0
329.0
41.0
16.2
31*8
119.0


90
165 0
28* 0
36.7
11 8
23.6
90.8


120
162.0
239*0
Z9 4
9.5
18*0
7391


TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS


CLASS
.27.
28
.29
30
.31
.32
33
34
35


TOTAL
104
48
26
20
13
15
5


ACCUM
231
127
79.
53
33
20
5


YEAR
1960
. 1961
1962
1963
,1964.
1965



"YEAR
1959
1966
1961
1962
1963
1964


150
77.9
16.6
1.4
7.6
9.1
85


PERCT
10.5 .

3.6
,2.4
l .oS "' 1" ,
9
2 '
0 '
so




4
3.0
7.5
1.2







.0
4.0
z\
4c p


183
89o6
20.0
109
6.6
9.9
9.5


27'
111
5'
11
2





27'
13'
17'


150
153.0
202.0
23.6
8*0
14.5
61.9


183
139.0
173.0
19.7
6.6
12.6
.51 8


4.9
11.1
52.6








091 OT, JOWII IIVR IMIN

,1366, LI$sl Oreek Ae Cooperc' Ranch, near Polrmont, iae,

Lofslton,.4Iat 3e15'SO", long 81'47043", In NWd **c,3, T,24 8,, 1,.5 1,O on left blnk 16 ft downtrea fr Iom bitdge on prtivae road
obpeor'I Ranho 4 1p4ll upstream frvom ake Loute ,n4 and 0 otls outh of Clermont, Lake County,
Dratni tne ran...9 eq ma, appro laely.

Iecords availabla ..June 1960 to September 962 (disconLnued),

glg,-*.Wrater.stagi recorder, Datum of l5gage 100,83 ft above mean lia levl, unadjusted,
1xtrBes.*"1960.621 maximum discharge, 400 aof Sept. 1t, 1960 (gage height, 7,03 ft)i no flow for many days in some yeardl minimum
ogio h.ight, 1.51 ft June 12, 1961,

Rmiarkt...Some interconnection at high stages with Big Creek and Withlacoochae River basin,


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR


2 4 10 11 7


9 8 11 12 3 6 5


ACCUM
79
72
61
54
45
37
26
14
11


PERCT
21.6
19.7
16.7
14.8
12.3
10.1
7.1
3.8
3.0


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


CFS TOTAL ACCUM
15 5 5
20
25
30
40
50
60
80
100


PERCT
1.4
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.00
.0
.0
*O


CF$-DAYS


463.3

CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
27 150 0
28 0
29 00
30 .0
31 .0
32 .0
33 .0
34 .0
35


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGED IN CFS FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN
1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120
.0 00 00 .0 .0 .0 .2 .8
00 .0 .0 .0 .0 00 '0 .0


YEAR ENDING JUNE 30


150
2.5
0O


183 274
2.6 10.3
.0 .0


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGED IN CFS,

YEAR 1 3 7
1961 18.0 17.0 15.6


FOR THE FOLLOWING

15 30
12.7 9.6


NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN

60 90 120
6.4 5.0 3*9


CALENDAR YEAR

150 183
3.1 2.5


CLASS 0 1

YEAR
1961 261 1


1 2 5


CLASS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8


CFS
00
l1
.2
.3
o4
.5
.6
08
1.0


TOTAL
261
1
1
2
9

2
4
10


ACCUM
365
104
103
102
100
95
95
93
89


PERCT
10000
28.5
28*2
27.9
27.4
26.0
26.0
25.5
24.4


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
8,0
10.0


TOTAL
7
11
7
9
8
11
12
3
6


YEAR
1961
1962


274
1.7








09B ST. JOHNS RIVER BASIN

2-2369. Palatlakaha Creek at Cherry Lake Outlet, near Groveland, Fla.

Location.--Lat 28*36', long 81*49', in Nt asec.8, T.22 S., R.25 B., near left bank 21 ft upstream from spillway structure at outlet of
Cherry Lake and 3 miles northeast of Groveland, Lake County.

Drainage area.--160 sq mi, approximately.

Records available.--March 1957 to September 1965.

gagae.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is at mean sea level (Gee and Jenson, Inc. bench mark). Prior to Aug. 20, 1957, auxiliary
staff gage and since Aug. 20, 1957, auxiliary water-stage recorder, 20 ft downstream from spillway structure.


Average discharge.--8 years, 80.8 cfs.

Extremes.--1957-65: Maximum daily discharge, 584 cfs Apr. 5, 1960; maximum gage height, 98.15 ft Apr. 22, 1959; no flow for many days
in most years; minimum gage height, 92.58 ft Jan. 23, 1963.

Remarks.--Flow regulated at station by manipulation of radial gates in spillway by Oklawaha Basin Recreation and Water Conservation
and Control Authority.


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE


CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

YEAR
1958 7
1959
,1960
1961 236
1962 358 6
,1963 365
1964 41

CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
.0 1007 2557 100.0
1 1e 6 1550 60.6
2 *2 1544 60.4
3 ,3 1544 60.4
4 A4 1544 60.4
5 ,5 1544 60.4
6 .6 1544 60.4
7 .8 1544 60.4
8 1.0 1544 60.4


8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 119 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34


NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS
1 3127 7
7 1


IN CALENDAR YEAR
4 43 22 12 4 7
5 18 3
8 1 4 1
42 2 33 4


22 52 9 2
17 50 66118
51 35 26 51 50 25
1


18 20 591.12 61 1 1 1 4 5 8 11 2 16 6


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS TOTAL
1.5
2.0 1
20
3.0
4.0 1
5.0
6.0 18
8.0 24
10.0 193


ACCUM
1544
1544
1543
1543,
1543
1542
1542
1524
1500


PERCT
60.4
60.4
60.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
59.6
58.7


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


TOTAL
120
65
91
31
16
63
20
37
265


ACCUM
1307
1187
1122
1031
1000
984
921
901
864


PERCT
51.1
46.4
43.9
40.3
39.1
38.5
36.0
35.2
33.8


CLASS CFS
27 ,150
28 200
29 250
30 300
31 400
32 500
33
34
35


TOTAL
93
153
107
171
50
25


CFS-
286
817
920
86


123


ACCVM
599
506,
353
246
75
25


DAYS
07.3
11.0
46.0
91s.8
3:0
.0o
72.5


PERCT
23.4
19.6
13.6
9.6
2.9
1.0




















LOWEST MOAN UlSCHAROG. IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR NOTING JUNE 90


3 7
,0 .0
10,0 10.0
36.3 36.6
.0 .0


14 30
4.6 7.0
10.4 10*7
44.6 7300
00 .0
go0 0
.0 .0
0 00
2.9 300


60
9.6
10*8
99.9
3.2
.0


90
14.6
1000
11.9
.0


120
17.9
11.4
119.0
21.2
.0
0O
0O
5.3


190
52.7
29.7
195.0
37.5
.0


183
54.2
3934
189.0
48.4
.0


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


3
297.0
369.0
582*0
15000


7
284.0
363.0
571.0
138.0


2.4 *8 *3
.0 *0 2 0
282.0 256.0 252.0


15
264.0
349.0
591.0
130.0
*2
40
244.0


30
246.0
348.0
528.0
103.0
*1
2020
202oO


60
237.0
340.0
472.0

*0
111
111.0


90 120
212.0 177.0
33000 323.0
388.0 329*0
84.6 70*3
*0' *0
*0 *0
79*1 63.1


150 183
147.0 136.0
311.0 30100
293.0 2030
57.7 47.3
*0 .0
53.9 46*0


1
.0
9.4
36,0
,0
00
00
.0
2.8


YEAR
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965




YEAR
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


1
304.0
370.0
584.0
162.0


82,6
274.1
295.0





1010
6.0
.*7
18.9




274
1010
267O.0
299*0
312.6
.0
*0
43.2








/ 092 ST. JOHNS RIVU BASIN
2-2370. Palatlakaha Creek near Mascotte, fla.

Location.--Lat 28"37'00", long 81*51'50", in sec.36, T.21 S., R.24 E., on left bank 260 ft upstream from spillway structure, 0.4 mile
downstream from bridge on State Highway 565, 0,7 mile downstream from Lake Emma, and 31 miles northeast of Mascotte, Lake County.

Drainage area.--180 sq mi, approximately.

Records available.--May 1945 to March 1956, April 1964 to September 1965.

age.--Water-Btaae recorder. Datum of gage is at mean sea level, datum of 1929. Prior to May 21, 1946, staff'gage and May 21, 1946,
to Mar. 20, 1956, water-stage recorder, at site 0.5 mile upstream at datum 89.54 ft higher. Since Apr. 6, 1964, auxiliary water-
atage recorder.

Average discharse.-.10 years (L945-1955), 104 cfa.

Bxtrees.--1964t Maximum daily discharge during period April to September, 359 ole Sept. 20; maximum gage height, 95.18 ft Sept. 12;
minimum daily discharge, 4 cfs Apr. 1 to July 26; minimum gage height observed, 93.85 ft Sept. 25.

1964-65: Maximum daily discharge during water year, 286 cfe Oct. 14; maximum gage height, 95.72 ft Jan. 15; minimum daily
discharge, 3 cfe for many days; minimum gage height, 92.95 ft Sept. 14;

1945-56; 1964-65: Maximum discharge, 458 cfs Oct. 4, 5, 1945; maximum gage height, 96.66 ft (former site, present datum)
Oct. 11, 12, 1953; minimum discharge observed, 0.2 afe June 18, 19, 1945; minimum gage height observed, 91.68 ft (former site,
present datum) June 19, 1945.

Remarks.--Since Dec. 4, 1963, flow regulated at station by manipulation of radial gates in spillway by Oklavaha Basin Recreation and
Water Conservation end Control Authority. From March 1956 to December 1963 flow was regulated through two box culverts with sheet
steel gakes.


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34


YEAR
1946
.1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1992
1953
1954
1955


NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
14 10 18 36 67 33154 33
2 13 32 46 51 33 20 16 32 48 26 46
4 14 9 8 13 11 11 9 10 31 70 83 67 26
4 11 7 8 11 8 13 21 17 20 23 7 11 7 8 24 23 35 22 35 20 30
28 28 6 11 7 8 8 18 32 20 22 16 15 94 35 17
19 23 23 20 27 41 39 58 90 16 9
4 28 33 78 5? 49 15 87 20
27 63 65 66 18 2 16 4 7 97
36136 22 18 25 4 4 10 13 24 20 16 15 22
1 7 12 20 32 24 28 18 25 17 53 17 4 4 3 10 36 2 16 16 20


CFS-DAYS
35348,0
91228.0
65342.0
37822.3
28450.9
28581.0
27034.0
52339.0
28179,0
8391.1











CLASS CFS TOTAL
O.0
1 .6 1
2 6a 7
S 100 12
4 105 24
5 2.0 43
6 2 5 31
7 300 36
0 4.0 $7


ACCUM
3452
3651
3644
3*22
3608
3565

3498


PERCT
10P00

10000
9968
99.5
98*08
97.6
96*8
9508


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT


5,0
6.0

1000

20.0
2500
30.0
40.0


3441
3$80
3044
3259
3178
2977
2882
2750
2537


946.
92,6
9106

ales
78*9
7593
695S


CLASS CFS
o Sto
19 60
20 60
21 100
22 150
23 200
24 250
25 300
26 400


TOTAL
292
329
221
53
264
212
139
221


ACCUM PERCT
2227 61*0
1950 5300
1606 44,0
138 379pe
832 22,8
566 15,6
396 907
221 6,1
*0


CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PPRcT


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CPS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30


3
29.0
24.3
15.7
1.9
4.7
4.0
21.3
23.7
15.0
.0
3.0


29.9
26.0
17.1
2.0
59.2
4.3
22.0
24.4
15.3
.8
3.0


14
31.1
26.7
21.9
2.2
6.1
4.6
23.9
25.6
15.6
1.0
3.0


MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS, FOR THE


3
161.0
362.0
323.0
339*0
220*0
203.0
194.0
371.0
343.0
115.0


7
159.0
357.0
319,0
322.0
331.0
217.0
202.0
188.0
370.0
340.0
114.0


15
155.0
353.0
320.0
325.0
211.0
194.0
176.0
368.0
332.0
110.0


30
47.0
32.3
29,9
2.7
7.7
4.8
26.4
27.1
16.9
1.7
3.0
FOLLOWING

30
154.0
349.0
312.0
316.0
199.0
153.0
156.0
364,0
313.0
103.0


60
55.3
37.0
52.3
5.0
21.6
5.4
38.7
30.3
24.0
2.0
3.0
NUMBER OF

60
144.0
325.0
295.0
291.0
176.0
131.0
140.0
348.0
270.0
85.4


90
61.6
43.7

9.1
27.1

49.7
35.4

3.0
5.1
CONSECUTIVE
90
134.0
299.0
285.0
264.0
165.0
117.0
136.0
341.0
230.0
72.3


120
75*2
48.9
122.0
13.5
33*1
47*0
59.8
38*8
70*2
3*7
6.7


150
84.6
49 ,2
145*0
23.2
4261
61.59
67,0
39.4
101.0
4.6
9.6


183
95,5
49.8
152.0
3705
55.0
75.9
80*8
41.3
139.0
5.7
9*8


DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


120
124.0
277*0
267*0
238.0
153*0
104*0
129.0
317.0
194.0
59.9


150
113.0
257.0
244.0
206.0
123.0
93.8
116.0
273.0
162.0
48.6


183
99.2
230.0
207.0
171.0
102.0
81.8
105.0
233.0
136.0
40*2


YEAR
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1965


YEAR
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955,


1
2900
24.0
14.0
1.9
4.4
4.0
20.0
23.0
15.0
.7
3,0
HIGHEST
1
164.0
362.0
324.0
341,0
2200
2.03.0
197.0
372.0
343.0
116.0


274
158.0
70.1
198.0
109.0
115.0
105.0
99.4
43.6
206.0
8.9
21.1


274
93.3
172.0
.173.0
117.0
77.0
66.4
83.9
175.0
97.6
27.9














093 ST. JOHNS RIVER BASIN

2-2377. Apopka-Beauclair Canal' near Astatula, la.

eetion.-4Lat 2843'40", long 81041'00", in tfik sec.26, T.20 S., R.26 B., near left bank 80 ft upstream from lock and dam, 500 ft upstream
from bridge on county road, and 24 miles east of Astatula, Lake County.

Drainage area..--1184 sq mi.

Records available.-,July 1942'to June 1948 (discharge measurements only at site 1.5 mile downstream), July 1958 to September 1965.

gAe.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is at mean sea level, datum of 1929. July 1942 to June 1948, staff gage at site 1.5 mile
S,.downstrea 'at datum 60.68 ft higher. March to June 1958, staff gage at present site and datum. Since July 1958, auxiliary water-
stage recorder at downstream side of lock and dam.

Average discharge.--7 years (1958-65), 103 cfs.

xtremes.--1958-65: Maximum daily discharge, 754 cfs Mar. 19, 1960; maximum gage height, 68.48 ft Oct. 6, 1960; no flow for many days in
S1964, 1965; minimum gage height, 64.41 ft Dec. 6, 1962 (affected by wind).

Resars.--Since May 1956, flow regulated at station by manipulation of radial gates in spillway by Lake Apopka Recreation and Water
Conservation Control Authority.


CLASS 0 1

YEAR
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963 183
"11964 80 26


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

2 3 4 '5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
19 1 8136 45 98 5 43 10
25 41 31 81 67 99 18 2 2
103 2 144 1 7 14 1 7 1 37 25 23
34105154 72
10 1 38 22109 2
2 1 91 2 4 22 2 26 34 15 30 3 1 26 1


CFS-DAYS
69683.0
96179.0
34336.0
7454.0
3643,0
25708*0













CLASS CF$ TOTAL ACCUM PiRCT CLASS CF6 TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLA&S CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CPF TOTAL ACCUn PERCT
.0 60 1192 100.0 09 0.0 1 1790 31.7 13 00 67 914 4107 27 .0
1 10O 209 111 96.4 10 10.0 76 1789 01.6 19 100 199 047 )06 2 .0g
2 1,5 190) 6600 11 19.0 13 1713 70.1 20 t90 106 646 2996 29 t0
9 200 10 1903 8666 12 20*0 496 1989 72.) 21 200 163 243 24,7 30 *0
4 250 1393 0606 13 3200 77 1087 49.6 22 250 110 39 16.4 31 *0
S ..0 1693 6604 1. 3000 11 1010 46.1 23 300 193 249 11.4 32 .0
6 4*0 1699 66.4 10 40.0 35 999 45.6 24 400 51 56 2*6 33 .0
7 9S0 103 1693 66.4 16 50.0 4 944 43.1 25 500 3 5 .2 34 *0
8 6*0 1790 81*7 17 60*0 26 940 42*9 26 600 2 2 a1 35

LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS9 FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
YEAR 1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1999 5,0 5,0 5.0 500 500 500 5.0 502 16.7 30.4 69.9
1960 9200 92.0 92*1 92.1 103.0 112.0 121.0 137.0 13680 147 0 198.0
1961 5.0 5.0 5o0 5.0 6.9 9.6 17.8 82*2 144.0 172.0 211.0
1962 So0 5.0 590 5.0 5,0 1008 14.9 16.7 17*9 18*7 20.3
1963 1.0 1.0 100 1.0 1.0 9.6 13.9 14.4 15.4 15*8 15.9
1964 ,0 ,0 ,1 .9 LO0 1O0 1.0 1g0 1.1 4.2 34.3
1965 .0 .0 00 .0 ,0 .0 #1 306 6.3 23.5 39.0

HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR
YEAR 1 3 7 15 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
1959 478.0 475.0 471.0 425.0 356.0 342.0 304*0 285.0 269.0 247.0 215.0
1960 754*0 627.0 548*0 529.0 470.0 103.0 356.0 320*0 291.0 271.0 278.0
1961 423.0 423.0 422.0 422.0 403.0 356.0 324.0 252.0 205.0 169.0 118.0
1962 25.0 2590 25.0 25.0 2590 25.0 24.8 24.5 24.1 23*7 21.9
196S 2.00 24.0 23.4 23.5 23.3 23.2 22o8 26.7 16.9 15*8 12.9
1964 504.0 352.0 352.0 352.0 304.0 20100 143.0 110.0 89i6 75.9 8607









098 ST. JOHNS IIV BASIN
2-2380. Ealusa Creek at Lisbon, Fii.

Location.-Lat 28"52'20", long 81*46'50", ih sec.2, T.19 S., R.25 E., on left bank at upstrem side of Burrell lock and dam, 900 ft"
upstream from bridge on State Highway 44, a quarter of a mile south of Lisbon, Lake County, and 7 miles northeast of Leesburg.
Drainage are.'-.640 sq mi, approximately.
record ava.lable.--July 1942 to September 1965.

fgjj..--Water-tage recorder. Datum of gage is at mean sea level, datum of 1929. Prior to Aug. 22, 1956, staff gage at site 1,000 ft
downstred at datum 58.93 ft higher and Aug. 22, 1956, to Mar. 5, 1957, at present datum. Mar. 6 to Oct. 8, 1957, staff gage at
present Cite and datum. Mar. 6 to Oct. 8, 1957, auxiliary staff gage and since Oct. 9, 1957, auxiliary water-stage recorder at
downstream aide of lock and dam.

Average diaeharas..-14 years (1942-56), 292 cfs; 9 years (1956-65), 325 efs.

jgggra..--1942-65: Maximmu daily discharge, 1,330 cfs Mar. 13, 14, 16, 1958; maximum gage height, 64.50 ft Apr. 5, 7, 8, 1960; no
flow Sept. 21 to Dec. 22, 1956, caused by temporary coffer dam upstream; minimum gage height, 56.84 ft Jan. 20, 1957 (former site,
present datum); minllam discharge prior to closure of coffer dam, 66 cfa Sept. 18, 1956 (gage height, 58.54 ft), former site,
present datum. Minimum discharge after closure of lock and dam, 3 cfs (estimated) Dec. 6, 1961, to Jan. 6, 1962 lockagee and
leakage only); minimum gage height, 60.30 ft Mar. 12, 1957.
Maximum stage known, about 65.3 ft in 1926 (former site, present datum), from information by local residents.
Remarks.--Since Dec. 23, 1956, flow regulated at station by manipulation of radial gates in spillway by Oklawaha Basin Recreation and
Water Conservation and Control Authority. Lock-filling tubes are occasionally used to discharge water.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CPS-DAyS \
1943 12 20 30 74165 64 52956.0
1944 46 53119 7 34 33 31 43 73520.0
19.4 5 31 20 40 68 62 22 10 34 73 124629.0
1946 9 67142 51 18 74 4 131090.0
1947 6120 98 23 33 83 2 110918.0
1948 11 S3 31 31 62100 78 193437.0
1949 84 44 41 15 30 38 56 54 3 148422.0
1950 51 33 13 61 35 91 36 18 20 7 101304.0
1951 26 92127 36 22 62 88711.0
1992 36166 87 54 20 3 93869.0
1953 6 90 91 50 5 13 5 24 69 9 3 138610.0







1914

3969
399

1960

1961
1961

1964
l6<


I




PERCT
100(0
98,9
98.5

98*4
9804

965
96.5
96.5


356 2
240 I2
24 14

CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


1
4
1



7 7
54


CF5
30.0
)0,0
35.0
40.0
45.0
50.00
60*0
70*0
80*0


2 4


3 10 ?b 17
a 3
;4 V7 66
7


89139
40 78

3 17


133 7 4 4 6 1 $7 30 39 10
A 03 37
24 831 17

13 15 7 11 1
S31 50 14 3 15 5 3 8 8 17 14
1 5 It 3 1 26 1 25 34 37081 45
4 10 1 16 2 ;a 79203 29
1 1 16 1 s1 7 2 61


6 1 211 47 5 1 1 9
a 16 11 7 44 730 22 1 14 241 1


TOTAL
664
45
11
63
4
240
14
57
129


ACCUM
7600
6996
6951
6940
6877
6873
6633
6619
6562


PERCT
9506
87*1
8605
86o4
8506
0S05
82.5
82.4
81.7


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


TOTAL
247
342
639
335
941
832
707
375
296


7 5 11 I 35 1 40


ACCUM
6433
6186
5844
5305
4870
3929
3097
2390
2015


PEHCT
8001
77*0
72.7
64*8
6006
4809
38.5
29*7
25*1


CLASS CFS
27 450
2b 500
29 600
30 700
31 800
32 1000
33 1200
34


TOTAL
306
342
237
111
416
266
43


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30


1,
74.0
85.0
112.0
237.0
189.0
242.0
212.0
148.0
120.0
172.0
176.0
219.0
126.0
122.0
.0
14.0
71.0
301.0
51.0
3.0
26*0
27.0
21.0


3
74*0
89*0
115.0
241.0
189.0
242.0
212.0
148*0
120.0
182.0
176.0
221.0
127.0
122.0
*0
14.0
71.0'
303.0
51.0
3.0
26.0
27.0
21.0


7
76.1
92.7
115.0
244.0
192.0
242.0
212.0
149.0
120*0
185.0
179.0
225.0
131.0
123.0
.0
14.0
77.7
360.0
51.0
3.0
2640
27.1
21.1


14
78*4
98.9
117.0
246*0
19600
250.0
217.0
154*0
122.0
188.0
181,0
229.0
132.0
126.0
.0
14.0
77.8
431.0
51.4
3.0
26*1
27*1
2103


30
86.1
111.0
121.0
257.0
203.0
258.0
219.0
169q0
125,0
190.0
184,0
245.0
140.0
133,0
.0
14.2
83.@
449.0
51.5
3.0
26.3
27.3
21.5


60
103.0
120.0
157.0
284.0
209.0
281.0
240.0
196.0
130.0
195.0
195*0
283.0
158.0
136.0
.0
32.1
93.1
571.0
54.8
13.6
26*5
27.6
24.0


90
112*0
127.0
181*0
341.0
218.0
308.0
266.0
224*0
158.0
196*0
207*0
346.0
178.0
137.0
.0
58*9
95.2
585.0
81.6
18.1
26.7
27.8
39*9


120
121.0
131*0
203*0
371.0
225.0
330*0
282*0
251.0
190*0
200*0
215.0
410*0
190.0
139*0
4*7
112.0
97*1
628.0
198.0
20*2
26*9
28*9
54*9


150
127*0
135*0
227.0
387.0
236.0
350.0
307.0
279.0
222.0
202*0
214.0
452.0
202.0
142.0
8.5
144.0
134.0
666.0
323*0
21.5
26*9
43o4
91*9


183
135.0
141*0
248.0
407.0
242.0
364.0
33500
315.0
243.0
206*0
214.0
498*0
211.0
144.0
10.0
129.0
176*0
701.0
432.0
22.4
27.0
52.6
11900


356 1 64 83 3
I3 I


CFO TOTAL
00 92
3,0 32
5.0
7.0
10*0 1
12.0
1400 116
17*0 2
20.0 73


ACCUM
8036
7944
7912
7912
7912
7911
7911
7755
7753


153134,0
64616,0
41661,0
36790,0
146279,0
277406,0
36146600
06J11100
9623.0
17671.0
87961.0


ACCUM
1719
1071
056
725
309
43


PERCT
31.4
17*6
13.3
10.4
9.0
3.8
.5
*9


YEAR
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965


274
15700
147*0
275.0
446*0
262.0
396.0
396.0
419.0
279.0
232.0
228.0
567.0
231.0
164.0
11Il
244.0
285.0
767.0
656.0
29.9
40.4
143*0
135.0



















Haines Creek at Lisbon, Fla.


STATION NUMBER 02-2380.00


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


YEAR 1 3
1943 196.0 196.0
1944 384.0 376.0
'1945 585.0 58560
1946 521.0 521.0
1947 454.0 437.0
1948 5570 557.0
1949 704*0 701.0
1950 508*0 508.0
1951 382*0 380*0
1952 400.0 400*0
1953 80500 803*0
1954 19*0 819.0
1955 263*0 258*0
1956 239.0 238*0
1957 1010.0 937.0
1958 1330.0 1330*0
1959 1050.0 1040*0
19.60 1260.0 1240*0
1961 955.0 954.0
1962 33.0 2803
1963 267.0 266.0
1964 964*0 948.0


7
196.0
367.0
585.0
503.0
433.0
557.0
699.0
507.0
379.0
397*0
798.0
813*0
257.0
235*0
680.0
1320.0
1040*0
1230.0
950.0
27.7
265*0
871.0


15
191.0
365.0
570.0
495.0
431.0
557.0
697.0
S496*0
375.0
389.0
753,0
806.0
254.0
234.0
476.0
1260.0
1040.0
1220.0
948.0
27.5
217.0
826.0


S30
189.0
363.0
563.0
493.0
431.0
544.0
685.0
477.0
369*0
372*0
719.0
792.0
252.0
230.0
344.0
1020*0
1020.0
1200.0
929.0
27.3
147.0
71800


60
183.0
355.0
553.0
474.0
429.0
526.0
659.0
434.0
367*0
347.0
669*0
750.0
251.0
221.0
305.0
956.0
991.0
1170.0
875.0
27.3
101.0
575.0


90
176.0
333.0
533.0
469.0
420.0
519.0
624,0
401.0
352.0
332.0
650.0
705.0
243.0
206.0
237.0
968.0
964.0
1130.0
771.0
27*2
78.6
431.0


120
170.0
313.0
513*0
446.0
407*0
506.0
59500
371*0
330*0
315*0
611.0
653.0
237.0
196.0
187.0
839.0
938.0
1100*0
614.0
27.2
66*0
347.0


150
166.0
291.0
475.0
423*0
386.0
481.0
537.0
342.0
304.0
304.0
556.0
602*0
225*0
189.0
154.0
728.0
924.0
1090.0
503.0
27*1
58*4
294.0


183
156.0
261.0
436.0
404.0
365.0
444.0
481.0
311*0
279.0
293*0
501,0
554.0
210.0
179.0
129.0
664*0
913.0
1080.0
422.0
27.0
67*6
264*0


14160
217.0
3510
332.0
406,0
409.0
2610 0
252.0 0
266.0
426.0
467.0
187.0
151.0
90.6
506,0
855.0
.1090.0 Z;
299*0
26.8
296.0










098 IT, JOHNI RIVEI RAIN
3.3385, Oklawvha River at Hell Bluff, vFe,

eLocaton..Lat 29*05', long 81t*3', n se,12 or 23, Ti16 S1, 1,44 1,, on left bank 25 ft upstream frm old channel, 50 ft upstrem
-frob ridge on Ilate Highway 464, 600 ft downstrem from MHos Bluff lock and dea, and 0,4 a11e southwest of HMos Bluff, Narton County,
Drainaee area,.-910 eq ml, approximately,
Record availabla,..rebruary to September 1943 (discharge measurements only), October 1943 to September 1955 (discontinued),

jrA...Water-etage recorder. Datum of agae is at mean sea level (Corps of Engineers bench mark). Prior to Aug, 12, 1943, staff gage at
same slte and datu,.
Averae dischare. ..12 years, 385 a.e,
Extrmes...1943-55; Maximum discharge, 1,060 cf Jan. 11, 12, 1954; maximum gage height, 49.49 ft Jan. 11, 1954; minimum discharge,
24 age June 27, 29, 30, July 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 1955; minimum gage height, 40.75 ft June 27, 1955.
Maximum stage known, 50.83 ft Sept. 12, 1960, from Corps of Engineers records (discharge, 1,630 of@).
Remark.. -Records include flow of old Oklawvha River channel. Normal limits of regulation of reservoir insufficient to affect monthly
figures of runoff.

DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CPS-DAYS
1944 3 71 92 96 26 41 24 4 4 3 1 1 85724.0
1949 8 20 41 14 13 29 37 25 4 29 80 46 18 1 149279.0
1946 1131 43 43119 29 3 172186.0
1947 2 1 38 75 88 24 41 88 6 2 10734.0
1948 36 38 8 24 23131 90 16 188610.0
1949 3 1 3 54 71 36 11 12 48 54 56 16 179069.0
190 3 41 26 13 54 25 62 42 38 18 27 14 2 116831.0
1951 127100 42 31 54 11 109303.0
1952 2 75124 82 35 20 17 10 1 112904.0
1953 1 1 47 71 78 27 10 4 19 4 67 35 1 168224.0
1954 4 53 38 22 80 28 123 11 17 50 24 180074.0











CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT


70.0
80.0
100.0
120.0
140.0
170.0
200.0
250.0
300*0


4018100*0
401810 00
4018100 0O
4007 99,7
3939 98,0
3801 94.6
3672 91.4
3203 79.7
2662 66.3


CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT


350
400
450
500
600
700
800
1000


527
260
217
544
256
.181
103
25


2113
1586
1326
1109
565
309
128
25


52.6
39.5
33.0
27.6
14.1
7.7
3.2
.6
*0


CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT


LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS9 FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30


1
110.0
342.0
185.0
254.0
120.0
122.0
115.0
202.0
138.0
263.0
25.0


.3
112.0
348*0
217.0
254.0
121.0
129*0
118*0
205.0
179.0
279*0
39.3


7
113.0
356.0
262.0
268.0
181*0
132.0
124.0
205.0
207.0
291.0
92.7


14
120.0'
362.0
280.0
274.0
218.0
149.0
126.0
214.0
212.0
300.0
133.0


30
131.0
379.0
284.0
284.0
241.0%
192.0
132.0
234.0
219.0
318.0
158.0


60
144.0
395.0
290.0
318.0
284.0
219.0
143.0
240.0
235.0
362.0
172.0


90
156.0
404.0
307.0
373.0
315.0
259.0
197.0
245*0
253.0
449,0
197,0


120
183*0
448*0
323*0
427.0
326.0
296.0
231*0
244.0
272.0
526*0
205*0


150
209.0
469.0
339*0
454.0
360.0
328.0
253.0
249.0
271.0
577.0
230.0


183
233.0
492.0
345*0
464.0
393.0
374.0
269.0
252.0
270*0
631*0
227.0


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS, FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


1
831.0
811.0
774.0
797.0
792.0
835.0
759.0
488,0
674.0
1000.0
1050,0


3
687.0
779.0
731.0
735.0
779.0
820.0
669.0
479.0
567.0
997.0
1050*0


7
587.0
741.0
681,0
643.0
762.0
811.0
630.0
466.0
536.0
982.0
1040.0


15
498.0
712.0
638.0
589.0
737.0
806.0
615.0
454.0
494.0
930.0
1040.0


30
430.0
708.0
606.0
555.0
692,0
795.0
584,0
439.0
452*0
886.0
1020.0


60
386.0
666.0
577.0
546.0
660.0
768.0
523.0
435.0
447.0
836.0
940.0


90
348.0'
638.0
576.0
535.0
639.0
744.0
484,0
417.0
413.0
811.0
891.0


120
322*0
623*0
539.0
527.0
629*0
723.0
448*0
390*0
384.0
770.0
812.0


150
307.0
598.0
512.0
499.0
617.0
656.0
408.0
363.0
369.0
703.0
739.0


183
286.0
577.0
489.0
480*0
568.0
990.0
369.0
339.0
351.0
634.0
677.0


CLASS

1.
2
3,
4
5
6
7
8


CPS
,0
20.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
45.0
50.0
60.0


TOTAL ACCUM
4018
4018
4018
4018
4018
4018
S4018
4018
4018


PERCT
100*0
100*0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100*0
100.0
100.0


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


,YEAR
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952.
1953
1954
1955


YEAR
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954


274
268.0
513.0
376.0
484.0
468.0
489,0
318.0
288.0
276.0
717.0
241.0




274
252.0
447.0
486.0
444.0
503.0
499,0
313.0
315.0
327,0
521.0
569.0










091 ST, JQOMl IVSE RAI4 I
2.2390, Oklawtha liver near Ocal riF,

ot ina..Lat 29'11l', long 83*00', in ree,1, T,15 S., 1,23 I,, on left bank about 15 ft upstream frm highway bridge known as
1serprf Perry, 2 Miles upstrem (rcm Silver River, and 9 mlie east of Ocela, Marten County,

Drpinae a .reA..101070 sq ti, approximately,
Itesrds availabla.-l-ebruary 1930 to September 1965,

0,--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is 36,52 ft above mean sea level, datm of 1929, supplementary adjustment of 1937 (Corps
of nagineere bench mark). Prior to Mar. 2, 1932, staff gage at ame site and datum,
Averae disechare.-.35 years, 420 cf,

Ixtrme.--1930-65 I ax imum discharge, 2,270 cfs Mar. 18, 1960 (gage height, 5.68 ft); minimum daily, 7,2 cfe Hay 15, 16, 1962;
mini um Sagag height, .2,43 ft Mar, 19, 20, 1957.
marks.-.Low flow regulated at Hoss Bluff Dm 12 miles above station.


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
44 37 15 81
1 1 5 6 46 57 61119 71 3
2 11 16 11 26 55 37 34 9 16 17 40 33 33
20109
34 26 42 25 52 42 33 53 20
2 12 90138
35 25 72 74
20 40 51 52 54 64
9 20 20 7 21 4 5 13113 72 27 7 16
5 28 54 13 6 8 38118 39 27 21 8


25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

CPS-DAYS
30 70 59 14 15 200170*0
73169.0
15 2 2 2 4 87940*0
72 38 32 84 5 3 1 1 231889*0
9 16 7 1 104908.0
44 32 38 10 180039*0
56 44 43 9 4 2 1 184878.0
32 45 7 144038*0
14 S 6 3 91404*0
1 74704.0


CLASS

YEAR
1931
1932
1933
1934
1995
1936
1937
1998
1999
1940













38
13 46
2 7 10 8 29 54 39120
1 23 60 50 32 38
4 20 15 26 17 20


1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1993
1954
1955
1996
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
,1962
1963
1964

CLASS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7,
8


6 13 4 12 4 5 4
10 31 64 28 39 10 11 23
2 13 17 45 23 28 16
2 3 2


ACCUM
12419
12419
12409
12370
12280
12230
12133
12089
12007


PERCT
100.0
10 00
99.9
99.6
98.9
98.5
97.7
97.3
96.7


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
lb
16
17


CFS
30.0
35.0
40*0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
100.0
120.0


TOTAL
88
87
147
140
138
142
274
265
319


1 6 31
34
3 1 29
17 41 20 39 30
127 87
82143
25 59
10 78
9 9 5 40 56 85 46
8 31 18 23 53 28 31
8 8 4 3 42 34 11
8 11 4 16 86 29
1 1 2


13 16 26 5 4 13

14 15 22 16 14 4
12 33 35 30 31 40


ACCUM
11903
11815
11728
11581
11441
11303
11161
10887
10622


PERCT
95.o
95 1
94.4
93.3
92.1
91.0
89.9
87.7
850.


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
26
26


CFS
140
170
200
250
300
350
400
500
600


TOTAL
441
496
1301
1237
892
1032
1299
855
772


90 46
42 37 50 25
8 6 1
8 4 2 6 2
32 42 35 51 6
63 60 41 6 5
59101 22 7 3
61107 57 39 3
61 16 33 67 16
26 20 4 5 3
13 1
11 10 10 3
12 5 28 85 8
21 12 13 44 35


21 6
29 21
3
7 11


1
1
1



S1I


6 1


47 47
87180 16
25 15225 46
7 36 12


18 9 7 24 24 4


ACCUM PERCT
10303 83.0
9862 79.4
9366' 75.4
8065 64.9
6828 55.0
5936 47.8
4904 39.5
3605 29.0
2750 22.1


CLASS CFS
27 700
28 800
29 1000
30 1200
31 1400
32 1700
33 2000


7 13 8 11 18 12 11 8
16 14 19 18 23 19 19 10
1 1 5 12 32 30 28 34 29 16 11
3


198045.0
172664.0
86033.0
98067.0
173734.0
193094.0
183588.0
214897.0
205070.0
131214.0
113429.0
120284.0
196767.0
186838.0
63994.0
47903.0
90221.0
200506.0
399478.0
526501.0
138329.2
12414.4
37515.1
143208.0


CFS
*0
7.0
8.0
10.0
12 0
14.0
17,0
20.0
25.0


TOTAL

10
39
90
50
97
44
82
104


TOTAL
512
556
299
299
257
47
ti


ACCUM
1978
1466
910
611
312
55
8


PERCT
15.9
11.8
7.3
4.9
2.5
.4
.1









sTATION NUMBER 03.019000


Oklavmhm RMve neal Oolm, Fl.,


LOWNAT MEAN 0I5CHAR4Q1 IN CFlt FOA TH9 FOlMOWING N4UMBER OF CN0BECUTIV9 DAYS IN YOAR gMPING JUNg 10
YgAR I 3 7 14 s0 60 90 M0 1%0 131 1274
19 1 40000 40000 40600 41500 41600 41600 46100 471100 41900 11.0 1$6600
19M 130,0 140.0 16400 20100 317.0 22140 29100 31600 13900 24400 166,0
19to 400 49.7 5100 560. 6105 7767 116.0 11300 12390 12600 117.0
1914 0600 90. 101o0 106.0 17100 10860 309.0 11100 35.0 351.0 39,00
1993 10000 1000 101.0 10700 111.0 12500 14000 16300 2190 135000 371,0
19960 1000 10000 101.0 11000 147.0 214.0 06500 9300 39300 134.0 41300
1997 370.O 37000 276.0 39400 11400 563,0 119,0 399.0 40400 40300 41400
19M6 19000 193.0 19400 19500 30000 30900 31400 37400 32900 36700 461.0
1999 4600 4600 4609 4900 5601 67012 705 11200 137.0 16000 33600
1940 6000 61.0 69.1 7209 77.7 10100 14000 16100 16800 194.0 31400
1941 7100 7203 7399 7701 8000 94.2 1270 16000 16900 20900 139400
1943 31530 25600 26100 271.0 17700 362.0 463.0 1090 51900 52060 53600
1943 6600 70.0 7306 6597 10600 12900 14600 16070 17600 167.0 20000
1944 77.0 77.7 9.09 112.0 119.0 130.0 15100 14900 15400 15800 174.0
1945 9100 9403 9606 101.0 109.0 19330 14900 177.0 210.0 24200 30600
1946 335100 3400n 4600 3500.0 3.90 413.00 427.0 51000 36800 570.0 59700
1947 168,0 21300 340.0 25100 25390 26400 30800 53200 5600 361.0 41000
1946 357.0 23590 265.0 272.0 129.0 325.0 53600 46200 49600 520.0 55900
1949 160.0 187.0 224.0 247.0 260.0 29600 33300 341.0 374.0 407.0 49300
1950 135.0 134.0 13600 154.0 162.0 30500 242.0 261.0 316.0 30690 5 1700
1951 125.0 132.0 131.0 13900 142.0 15600 264.0 294*0 326.0 35930 M120
1952 20900 209.0 214.0 216.0 220*0 23550 255.0 255*0 26600 269.0 314.0
1999 206.0 216.0 222.0 210.0 215.0 239.0 248.0 1270.0 2TI 2760.0 262.0
1954 32590 316.0 3390 354800 36100 409.0 463.0 549.0 616.0 706.0 767.0
1955 48.0 59.9 110.0 142.0 15700 167.0 195300 2070 233.0 23290 23940
1956 22.0 22.7 23.7 25.1 5307 590 69.6 69.6 11600 11900 13500
1957 12.0 1957 22.0 2409 26.5 27.4 35.3 3500 3903 42.5 57.2
1958 3600 37.7 50.6 53.7 66.7 151.0 202.0 216.0 238.0 230.0 32000
1959 76.0 7900 7909 92.5 11100 176.0 205.0 211.0 249.0 299.0 429.0
1960 67200 680.0 72000 741.0 M6000 69300 953300 9780 1040.0 1090.0 1170.0
1961 4100 4397 97.6 10300 111.0 14600 227.0 363.0 529.0 661.0 969.0
1962 7.2 7.4 7.6 8.0 8.7 907 11.0 1101 11.4 1105 201
1963 9.2 9.7 10.7 12.4 15.5 29,8 42.0 50,8 58.0 55o4 98,5
1964 11.0 11.0 11.3 11.9 14.0 15.5 2507 69.2 91.6 82.1 225,0
1965 29.0 29.7 31@6 33.4 39.0 64.6 137.0 212.0 224.0 221.0 263.0












HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE, IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YEAR


YEAR
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
'1936
1937,
1938
1939
1940'
1941
'1942
1943'
1944
1945
1946
.1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952'
1953,
1954
1953
'1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


1 3 7
1110.0 109000 1070.0
32800 .3020 280*0
1030.0 1030.0 96000
1810e0 1610*0 1370.0
862.0 774.0 "7370
86200 830.0 808.0
163000 1410.0 1230.0
736*0 725.0 716.0
906.0 86500 792.0
51600 493.0 "439.0
692.0 69000 6880
8741 0 87400 871.0
723.0 680.0 607.0
1250*0 1130*0 1040.0
1220.0 2180*0 1100*0
1200*0 1180.0 1100.0
1160.0 '1120.0 101000
1020.0 1020.0 983.0
1190.0 118000 1130.0
1540.0 1420.0 1140*0
607.0 957*0 530.0
942.0 877.0 765.0
1460.0 1360.0 1270.0
1150.0 11400 1120.0
416*0 403.0 391'06
40860 379*0 329.0.
486.0 471.0 454.0
1360,0 1350.0 1330,0
1670.0 160000 1520.0
2190.0 2040.0 1970.0
146000 1460.0 1440.0
162.0 160*0 156.0
436.0 401*0 391.0
1320.0 1300.0 1200*0


15.
1040.0.
275.0
767.0
1130*0
695.0
768.0
1040*0
686.0
66860
36000
672*0
828*0
518*0
862.0
995.0
938.0
87600
94.10
1020.0
8280
500.0
741.0
1120*0
1110.0
377.0
314,0
418*0
1290.0
1400.0
1410.0
134,0
378.0
1100.0


30
945*00
269*.0
577*0
94800
65100
756*0
861.0
653.0
521*0
316.0
63860
7590
48500
673*0

821.0
761.0
852.0
940.0
610,0
475,0
600s0.
103000
1100.0
347*0
295.0
390.0
1260.0
1350.0
1820.0
1370.0
109.0
345.0
1020.0


60
848.0
260.0
452a.0
905.0
539.0
749.0
7886.0
602.0
476.0
311.0
59600
673.0
452.0
529.0
6910
722*0
705.0
613.0
933.0
566.0
470*0
547*0
922.0
999.0
297.0
240.0
1230.0
133000
1730*0
1290*0
83.6
269*0
727.0


90.
799*0
257.0
432*0
872.0
44400
69300
714.0
534.0
432.0
294.0
566.0
665*0
396.0
451*0
842.0
70860
677.0
786.0
894.0
489.0
441.0
485.0
89600
93800
281.0
19860
307.0
'119000
131000
1720.0
1120.0
74.7
210.0
604.0


120
763.0
251*0
43900

393*0
634.0
717.0
470*0
407*0
269*0
556*0
642.0
356*0
417.0
797*0
646.0
659.0
739.0
854.0
456,0
410.0
441.0
879*0
84680
265.0
18300
28100
108000
130000
1660.0
93800
68.2
174.0
513.0


744.0
24860
393.0
650.0
363.0
60500
68000
434.0
372.0
23680
541.0
570*0
319*0
405*0
748*0
60400
64300
715.0
787.0
403*0
379*0
40800
841.0
765.0
24800
178.0
264*0
955*0
1290.0
1620.0
788*0
61.0
147.0
458.0


183
711.0
244.0
354.0
8060,O
325.0
569*0
610*0
406.0'
344*0
216.0
526:0
9570.0
286.0
'376.0
707*0
566*0
624.0
656.0
718*0
36300
352.0
38300
762*0
69700
230.0
167*0
231.0
871.0
126090
1580*0
667.0
55.5
123.0
405.0


274
628*0
213.0
,280.0




262.0
,226.0
465*0'
5494*0

528.0

553.0
656.0



5851*0
5920
34200
323.0 ,
356.0 KU
622.0
584',0
210.0 .
14860
171.0
66860 %
1240.0
1570.0
493.0
41.3
129.0
448*0











091 3T, JOwNl IIV BASIN
2-.395, I!lver springs nalor Oe41, l.a,

Locat on,.BWupplementary gale eite at tit 29'13', long 82*03', in see,6, T,15 3., A,23 R,, in boat repair basin at head of springs,
m -ntlesa northeast of Ocala, Marion County,
jefords avallgble..-May 1906 to December 1907 (gage heights only), October 1932 to Septmber 1947 (monthly discharge only, prior to
January 1933, published in VIP 1304), October 1947 to September 1965,
Oa:,*.-Water-ltage recorder on Sharpoe Ferry arteefan wll about 400 ft east of Ollivaha River 2 miles.upstream from silver River, and
4.2 miles southeast of head oat springs, Datum of rgar it 42,36 ft above ean sea level, datum of 1929, supplementary adjustment of
1937 (Corpa of LngSneare bench mark), Prior to July 22, 1947, staff gage at some sie and datum. Supplementary water-atage yeorder
at head of springs in boat repair basin. Datum of gage ti 38,96 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929, Prior to Feb, 20, 1947,
ataff gage at sa m aite and datum,
Average diaeharge. '33 years (1932-65), 815 cfe (527 god).
Extremes.--1932.65: Maximum daily discharge, 1,290 cfa Oct. 7, 13-17, 20, 1960; maximum gage height observed at head of springs,
560ft Sept. 6, 1933| minimum daily discharge, 539 cfa May 7, 1957; minimum gage height at head of springs, -0.99 ft June 22,
23, 1956.
Reaarks.--Dicharge measurements made about 2% miles downstrear from head of springs; surface inflow between head of springs and
easuring site is subtracted when measurable. Prior to Nov. 20, 1960, measurements made at site 0.7 mile below head of spring.
Discharge computed from relation between artesian pressure at Sharpes Ferry well (291115N0815925.1. Local number 5), and discharge
at measuring site.
DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE

CLASS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 252 26 27 2829 30 S31 2 33 34
YEAR NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR CPS-DAYS
1933 66 51 59 20 25 26' 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 10 11 10 23 1212 3 5 4 5 7 1 281551.0
1934 6 60 19 17 9 15 27 16 9 8 19 8 22 29 59 16 16 7 1 31988040
1935 40 52 33 31 30 17 7 6 8 34 19 22 7 11 24. 24 28618.0
196 10 35 80 53 33 39 37 15 3S 26 9 312826.0
1937 46105 83 10 4 3 2 8 44 52 8 292102*0
1938 33 47 26 28 42 81 56 29 16 7 288715.0












18 39 38 48 44 55 41 15 36 31
25 89133 92 27
49 23 17 70. 46 63 32 3 3 8


48 49 45 37 57
36111 53 39 57 4
28 40 27 26 30 34 30


1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
19471
1948
1949,
,1950
1951
1952
199,5
1954
19755
1956
1958
1956
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


40147
15
16 41
20 44


22 23
28 71 56 17
96 29
8122
25 78100 26 8
17 U4107 27 16
35 53 51 12

77 3
7 11 14 74 98 95 2
2 72 4 1 1


75122 70 28
6153141 65
11 11 9 11


CLASS
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17


CF5
640.0
660.0
680.0
700.0
720.0
740.0
760.0
780.0
800.0


5 19
26 27 16 1


17 20


11
26


24 24 3
17 11 19


15 14 11
21 39 25
15 22 6
11 20 9
10 27 16
9 12 7
12 15 10
24 34 25
2 5 6
18 14 15


55 58 43 98 36 .11


2 3
5


12 28 26 18 23
9 11 16 9 30


6 4

29
25 21 48 8
17 25 11 33
15 9 20 34 20 1



3


2 1 2 1 2 3 8 60 54 23 47 50 32
19 32 10 17 2 1 1 23 31 14 17 1918
46 52 '44 15 10 12 15 10 14 14 13 25 14 5 13 2


6 11 27 62 35 28 3 2 6 5 8 3 13 2 3 9 12 14 9 11 11 12 3


TOTAL
625
542
496
508
701
772
814
570
666


ACCUM
10680
10055
9513
9017
8509
7808
7036
6222
5652


PERCT
91.4
86.0
81.4
77.1
72.8
66.8
60;2
53.2
48.4


CLASS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26


CFS
820
840
860
880
900
920
940
960
980


TOTAL
734
495
377
317
376
296
305
291
437


ACCUM
4986
4252
3757
3380
3063
2687
2391
2086
1795


PERCT
42.7
36.4
32.1
28.9
26.2
23.0
20.5
17.8
15.4


CLASS CFS
27 1000
28 1020
29 1040
30 1060
31 1080
32 1100
33 1120
34 1140
35


TOTAL
224
249
217
151
113
121
60
223


32 68 59 51 69
1 33 61 27 30 64


CFS
,0
535.0
540.0
550.0
560.0
570.0
580.0
600.0
620.0


TOTAL

1
65
129
86
81
133
117
396


277112.0
260095.0
276773.0
34868590
27727540
266192.0.
287375.0
318960.0
324213.0
364566.0
338653.0
0 327984.0
311762.0
309288.0
305213.0
308153.0
241610.0
211271.0
220175.0
265409.0
346674.0
0 405362.0
330395.0
243686.0
234944.0
2 31941.0U


ACCUM PERCT
1358.11.6
1134 9.7
885 7.6
668 5.7
517 4.4
404 3.5
283 2.4
223 1,9


ACCUM
11688
11688
11687
11622
11493
11407
11326
11193
11076


PERCT
100.0
1000
100.0
99.4
98.3
97.6
96.9
95.8
94.8









LWlt M9N P.,r MGn IN CF.Or M FOLLOW
fve r Op||A n ,0 N*3 014950

Yg A 1 7 14 s0 6 0 t0 10 180 105 |?1
1954 460.0 65700 &09.0 691.0 710.0 71580 7?6O0 749.0 76600 79100 161.0
19 64900 600*0 650.0 68540 659.0 669.0 679.0 90 7070 711o0 798.0
2934 444.0 6*450 644.0 449.0 74540 449.0 714.0 77. 60 001.0 03150
1946 64400 649*0 64800 6900 0 66900 714600 70600 699*0 710,0
1957 737.0 76100 701.0 ?74.0 7570 77.00 741.0 747.0 73200 74.00 710.0
1913 70.00 70580 70S*0 70600 71190 71100 710.0 74700 7040 716.0 20,
1959 75.0 4 *0 6 0 676.0 671.0 430.0 642.0 695*0 70580 715.0 71.*0 761.0
1940 586*0 469.0 46900 900 6910 970 70*0 70790 711*0 710*0 74 .0
1941 670.0 671.0 673.0 673.0 674.0 675.0 6770O 600.0 68500 691.0 69310
1941 726.0 757.0 7591.0 74. 500 764 768 0 770.0 733.0 $05*0 050.0
1943 46380 463*0 46. 90 490.0 692.0 700.0 71000 732.0 752.0 74640 801 0
1944 679.0 679.0 679.0 67900 63100 46870 69000 690.0 69500 699.0 750.0
1954 644.0 647.0 64.0 64.0 6 0 445.0 676.0 469.0 702.0 ?7140 74.0
6194 s570 660*0 6650 667*0 683*0 730.0 79000 41.0 3I56.0 517*0 64.00
1947 78200 733.0 97930 795.0 799o0 307.O 013.0 432.0 3o0 60.0 0750 '
1940 807.0 80830 80900 012.0 617.0 043.0 069.0 905.0 931.0 944.0 941.0
1949 732o0 74. 0 711.0 790 93.0 311.0 024.0 654.0 349.0 670 .9320
1950 75500 7530 75600 760.0 76640 77740 7830 79200 80000 011*0 90.00
1951 755.0 79550 56.70 7T400 .600 764.0 324*0 344.0 36080 093.0 964.0
1952 731.0 731.0 731.0 704.0 7670 792.0 794.0 30700 61400 617.0 66,.0
1955 73000 730.0 75040 732.0 735.0 741.0 74060 751.0 73.0 750 779.0
1954 759.0 760.0 76100 76420 7440 71.o0 8030 37400 901.0 91400 929.0
1955 64700 647*0 64 0.0 6500 65230 65900 667*0 67400 46000 467.0 711.0
1956 541.0 54200 542.0 544.0 546*0 550.0 54.0 55900 540 570.0 590.0
1957 559.0 54000 543.0 54400 547.0 54900 550.0 554.0 55700 56450 577.0
1955 579.0 58000 56820 56500 530.0 601. 60 17 631.0 639.0 643.0 647.0
1959 725.0 725.0 727.0 723*0 735.0 743*0 750.0 75500 756.0 75460 .70,0.
1960 882*0 38660 891.0 092.0 09700 90380 924*0 945.0 945.0 931.0 9960
1961 355.0 058.0 859.0 86440 674.0 6980 921.00 9440 95.0 91170 1070.0
1962 632.0 653.0 63300 63400 637.0 644.0 654.0 66440 475.0 467.0 727.0
1963 615.0 617.0 620.0 621.0 6220 62350.0 629.0 634.0 638.0 639.0 643.0
1964 622.0 62140 6250 625.0 627.0 633.0 640.0 647.0 649.0 648.0 667.0
1965 768.0 769.0 770.0 771.0 779.0 837.0 903.0 92900 935.0 945.0 99100


STATION NUM09" fl11911000


... .- VIA *.













GhIN ES? MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN CALENDAR YI


* YEAR
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
*953'
1954
1955
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


1 3 7
1140.0 113000 1130.0
1060.0 1090.0 105000
958.0 957.0 95500
974.0 969.0 963.0
926.0 92590 920
894.0 892.0 687.0
854.0' 853.0 85100
758.0 758.0 757.0
908.0 904.0 897.0
1030.0 1030.0 1020.0
85400 853.0 851.0
839o0 83500 83360
106600 1060:0 1060.0
1010.0 1000.0 1000.0
1050.0 1040.0 1040.0
1100.0 1100.0 1100.0
111000 1110.0 111000
1150.0 1150.0 1140.0
1030.0 1020.0 1020.0
934.0 932.0 927.0
1030.0 1030.0 1030.0
1040.0 1040.0 1030.0
729.0 728.0 726.0
624.0 622.0 621.0
684.0 682.0 678.0
783.0 779.0 775.0
1070.0 1070.0 107000
1290.0 1290.0 1290.0
1130.0 1120.0 1110.0
760.0 755.0 754.0
671.0 670.0 669.0
1170.0 1170.0 1160.0


15 30 60
11100 100 10800 1040.0
103000 1010.0 100000
952*0 94600 933.0
948*0 939.0 931.0
920.0 91510 908.0
880.0 866.0 844.0
849.0 646.0 839.0
757.0 749.0 738.0
886.0 885.0 876.0
1020*0 1010.0 1000.0
84900 645.0 832.0
831.0 828.0 816.0
1040.0 1010.0 971.0
997.0 988.0 977.0
1040.0 1040.0 103000
1090.0 109000 1090.0
111000 1110.0 1090.0
1140.0 1130.0 1120.0
1020*0 1000.0 9.82.0
926.0 923.0 415.0
1030.0 1020.0 101000
103000 1030.0 1010.0
723.0 717.0 711.0
621.0 618.0 614.0
677.0 675.0 673.0
775.0 7720w 767.0
1070.0 1060.0 106000
1280.0 1280,0 1270.0
1110.0 1090.0 1070.0
748.0 742.0 730.0
668.0 667.0 663.0
1160.0 1130.0 1130.0


90
1020.0
1000.0
912.0
922.0
904.0
828.0
829.0
733,0
845.0
991.0
818.0
797.0
945.0
961.0
1020.0
1080.0
1080.0
1110.0
9586.0
904.0
995.0
990.0
706.0
606.0
669.0
762.0
1050.0
1250.0
1050.0
719.0
660.0
1110.0


120
962.0
992.0
086.0
91800
89500
623.0
816.0
728.0
827.0
985.0
805.0
785.0
924.0
949.0
999.0
1060.0
1060.0
1070.0
935.0
894*0
983.0
969.0
700*0
59800
664.0
764.0
1040.0
1240.0
1030.0
708.0
657.0
1080.0


"--~~--`


150
9310'
986.0
847.0
906.0
869.0
817.0
805.0
723.0
818.0
982.0
790.0
772.0
897.0
934.0
97500
1050.0
1020.0
101000
913.0
88200
9480
947.0
693.0
591.0
655.0
763.0
1040.0
1220.0
1010.0
697.0
653.0
1050.0


AR

163
890.0
969.0
813.0
896.0
847.0
80-3,0
791.0
717.0'
806.0
.985*0
774.0
756.0'
860*0
910.0
947.0
1020.0
990.0
960.0
891.0
871.0
915.0
924.0
686.0
585.0
643.0
758.0
1030.0
1190.0
984.0
686.0
648.0
1000.0


274
.816.0
;899,0
768.0
873.0
819.0
779.0
759.0
716.0
782.0
975.0
753.0
799.0
884.0
908.0
991.0
935.0
906.0
860.0
854.0
862.0
873.0
673.0
574.0
614.0
751.0
1010.0
1160.0
93860
673.0
6480
929.0












09 3IT, JOINS RIVEI BASIN
2.4400, Oklvweha liver ear Conner, Fla,

Location. *Lat 29*13', long 15910', on line between sea, 2 and 3, T.15 S., R,23 B,, on right bank at downstream side of bridge on
iati 1tihvey 40, a quarter of a mtle downstream from mouth of SilvertltVae, t maies southwest of Conner, and 8 mIile east of
Ocala, Marion County,
Dratnase area,.-1,140 sq iL, approximately.
ecoords available.-rebruary 1930 to September 19461 March 1963 to September 1965 (gage heights only),
Oage...-ater-stage recorder. Datum of gage it 31,79 ft above mean sea level, datum of 1929,

Average discharge.-16 years (1931-46), 1,197 ate.

Extremes.--1930-46, 1963-65S Maximnu gage height, 9.14 ft Sept. 6, 1933; minimum, 2.88 ft rFb, 1, 1933.

1930-461 Maximum discharge, 3,700 cos Sept. 6, 1933; minimum, 631 ofs lFb. 1, 1933.
Remartk.-Some effect from Hoss Sluff Dam 14 miles upstream.


0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10


1 76111 91 85 42.
12 79 62 22 34 15 9
20
29 42 50 13 6
44
24 34 27
11 45 32 42102
16 61 61154 47
13 54 70
22
12 14 49159 58
149 63 42
11 32 41 28 33


40 19
10 2
30 20
79 62
20169
86 64
90 92
41 46
20 7
37.60
39 51
36 22


DURATION TABLE OF DAILY DISCHARGE
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
NUMBER OF DAYS IN CLASS IN CALENDAR YEAR
31 25 85 48 16 4 1
84 8 6 7 5 3 1 1 1
46 18 14 99 14 4 3 1 1 2
6 7 24 3
37 49 40
22 53 34 14 4 1 1
43 19 2
9 12 9

42 11
77 50 69 2
7


39 40 13 6 3 7 2 1 1
39 12 5 39 22 79 22 2


CLASS
YEAR
1991
1932
1933
1934
19S3
1936
1937
19938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945


CFS-DAYS
535661,0
283893.0
377770,0
563310,0
405116.0
495550,0
492180,0
439105,0
387270.0
338383.0
435236.0
514230.0
361804.0
375398,0
463902.0














CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT CLASS' CFS TOTAL ACCUM PERCT
0 9479 100,0 09 1200.0 662 2497 45.6 18 2600 1 6 *1 27 *0
1 600.0 13 9479 100.0 10 1900.0 476 1893 33.5 19 2800 2 5 $1 28 .0
2 650.0 155 5466 99*8 11 1400.0 449 1359 24.8 20 3000 2 3 ,1 29 0
3 700.0 252. 311 96*9 12 15000" 277 910 16*6 21 3300 1 .0 30 *0
4 790.0 267 9059 92*3 13 1600.0 369 633 11.6 22 3600 1 1 .0 31 *0.
5 800.0 5938 4792 87.9 14 1800.0 197 264 4.8 23 *0 32 .0
6 900.0 :623 4254 77.6 15 2000.0 42 67 1.2 24 .0 33 0
7 1000.0 528 3631 663' 16 2200.0 13 25 .5 25 ,0 34 0
8 1100.0 606 3103 56*6 17 2400.0 6 12 *2 26 0 3s

LOWEST MEAN DISCHARGE* IN CFS. FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
YEAR 1 3 7 14 30 60 90 120 150 183 274 Q
1931 1310*0 1310.0 1340.0 1390.0 1360*0 1390.0 1440.0 1480.0 1500.0 1530.0 1600.0
1932 680.0 687.0. 721.0 735.0 768.0 774.0 791*0 813.0 829,0. 847.0 913.0
1933 631.0 63590 644.0 652.0 661.0 667.0 673.0 679*0 685.0 689.0 694.0
1934' 694.0 702.0 706*0 721.0 842.0 915.0 1180.0 1220.0 1250.0 1290*0 1340.0
1935 717.0 725*0 729.0 731.0 749.0 776.0 822.0 910.0 970.0 1030.0 1200*0
1936 709*0 709*0 710.0 720.0 768,0 904.0 1140.0 1200*0 1200.0 1190.0 1270,0
1937 1060.0 1060.0 1070*0 1080.0 1100.0 1150,0 1150.0 1170.0 1190.0 1210.0 1220.0
1938 873.0 873.0 879.0 882.0 890.0 926.0 976.0 1030.0 1090*0 1160.0 1300,0
1939 734.0 734.0 738*0 744.0 749.0 771.0 795.0 836.0 873.0 912.0 1020.0
1940 773.0 774.0 778.0 780.0 790.0 817.0 849.0 873*0 906.0 922*0 997.0
1941 737.0 738.0 739,0 740.0 751.0 779.0 824.0 850.0 875.0 901.0 956.0
1942 1040,0 1040.0 1050.0 1090.0 1200.0 1260,0 1280,0 1280.0 1300*0 1320.0 1400,0
1943 720.0 732*0 738.0 752.0 781*0 818.0 847.0 875e0 895.0 924.0 1010.0 '
1944 720.0 732.0 743*0 826.0 836.0 843.0 875.0 872.0 869.0 877.0 925.0
1945 729.0 739.0 742.0 746*0 756,0 784*0 815.0 859.0 908.0 960.0 1070.0
1946 1020.0 1020.0 1020.0 1030.0 1220.0 1260,0 1290.0 1370.0 1400.0 1440.0 1500,0



















Oklavahe River near Conner, ?Pl


YEAR
1991
1932
1993
1934
1939
1916
1917
1998
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945


STATION NUMNSt


02-2400,00


HIGHEST MEAN DISCHARGE. IN CFSo FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE D4YS IN CALENDAR YEAR
1 3 7 19 30 60 90 120 150 183 274
2430.0 2330.0 2240.0 2160*0 2040.0 1920.0 1880*0 1840.0 1800.0 1760.0 1610.0
960,0 967.0 993*0 943*0 929.0 912.0 902.0 879*0 861.0 846.0 799.0
3610.0 3010.0 2570.0 2250.0 1940.0 1690*0 1610.0 157000 1460*0 1350.0 1160.0
3290.0 3080.0 2790.0 2490.0 2200.0 2010.0 1980.0 1950*0 1890.0 1810.0 161000 o
1800.0 178000 1730.0 1700,0 1660.0 1530.0 1430.0 1360.0 1280.0 1190.0 100000
1770.0 1720.0 1680.0 1640.0 1630.0 1620.0 1580.0 1530.0 1510.0 1460.0 1400.0
2510.0 2310.0 2140.0 2000.0 1840.0 1760.0 1660.0 1640*0 1580.0 1490.0 1410.0
1680.0 1610*0 1550.0 1530.0 1900.0 1430.0 1340,0 129000 1280.0 1250.0 1200.0
1700.0 1690*0 1690.0 1580.0 1430.0 139000 1340.0 1280.0 1250.0 1210.0 1080.0
1290.0 1280.0 1210.0 113000 1080*0 1050.0 1030.0 998*0 968.0 938.0 956.0
1960.0 1520.0 1910.0 1460.0 1430.0 1410,0 1360.0 1340.0 1340.0 1320.0 1250.0
1870.0 1800.0 1750.0 1730.0 1680.0 1610.0 1550o0 1540.0 1510.0 1500.0 1490.0
1490.0 1440.0 1410.0 1310.0 1290.0 1240.0 1190.0 1140.0 1100.0 1060.0 994.0
22S0.0 2080.0 1900.0 1730.0 1540.0 1390.0 1290.0 1230*0 1220.0 1170.0 1080.0
2190*0 2100.0 1980.0 1870.0 183000 1780.0 1740,0 1680.0 1650.0 1580.0 1330.0