USGSsta01515000peaks: Annual Peak Streamflow Data for U.S. Geological Survey...

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Description

Annual peak streamflow data for U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 01515000. The peak streamflow-qualification codes Flag are:

1

Discharge is a Maximum Daily Average

2

Discharge is an Estimate

3

Discharge affected by Dam Failure

4

Discharge less than indicated value, which is Minimum Recordable Discharge at this site

5

Discharge affected to unknown degree by Regulation or Diversion

6

Discharge affected by Regulation or Diversion

7

Discharge is an Historic Peak

8

Discharge actually greater than indicated value

9

Discharge due to Snowmelt, Hurricane, Ice-Jam or Debris Dam breakup

A

Year of occurrence is unknown or not exact

B

Month or Day of occurrence is unknown or not exact

C

All or part of the record affected by Urbanization, Mining, Agricultural changes, Channelization, or other

D

Base Discharge changed during this year

E

Only Annual Maximum Peak available for this year

The gage height qualification codes Flag.1 are:

1

Gage height affected by backwater

2

Gage height not the maximum for the year

3

Gage height at different site and(or) datum

4

Gage height below minimum recordable elevation

5

Gage height is an estimate

6

Gage datum changed during this year

Usage

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Format

An R data.frame with

Date

The date of the annual peak streamflow.

Streamflow

Annual peak streamflow data in cubic feet per second.

Flags

Qualification flags on the streamflow data.

Stage

Annual peak stage (gage height, river height) in feet.

Flags.1

Qualification flags on the gage height data.

Examples

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