Annual peak streamflow data for U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08190000. The peak streamflow-qualification codes
Discharge is a Maximum Daily Average
Discharge is an Estimate
Discharge affected by Dam Failure
Discharge less than indicated value, which is Minimum Recordable Discharge at this site
Discharge affected to unknown degree by Regulation or Diversion
Discharge affected by Regulation or Diversion
Discharge is an Historic Peak
Discharge actually greater than indicated value
Discharge due to Snowmelt, Hurricane, Ice-Jam or Debris Dam breakup
Year of occurrence is unknown or not exact
Month or Day of occurrence is unknown or not exact
All or part of the record affected by Urbanization, Mining, Agricultural changes, Channelization, or other
Base Discharge changed during this year
Only Annual Maximum Peak available for this year
The gage height qualification codes
Gage height affected by backwater
Gage height not the maximum for the year
Gage height at different site and(or) datum
Gage height below minimum recordable elevation
Gage height is an estimate
Gage datum changed during this year
Agency station number.
The date of the annual peak streamflow.
Time of the peak streamflow.
Annual peak streamflow data in cubic feet per second.
Qualification flags on the streamflow data.
Annual peak stage (gage height, river height) in feet.
Qualification flags on the gage height data.
Peak streamflow reported is the highest since this year.
Date of maximum gage-height for water year (if not concurrent with peak).
Time of maximum gage-height for water year (if not concurrent with peak).
Maximum gage height for water year in feet (if not concurrent with peak).
Maximum gage height code.
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