Index of Stations--Surface-Water Data-Collection Network of Texas, September 1998

Open-File Report 99-604

Compiled by S.C. Gandara and D.L. Barbie

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As of September 30, 1998, the surface-water data-collection network of Texas (table 1) included 313 continuous-recording streamflow stations (D), 22 gage-height record only stations (G), 23 crest-stage partial-record stations (C), 39 flood-hydrograph partial-record stations (H), 25 low-flow partial-record stations (L), 1 continuous-recording temperature station (M1), 25 continuous-recording temperature and conductivity stations (M2), 3 continuous-recording temperature, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen stations (M3), 13 continuous-recording temperature, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and pH stations (M4), 5 daily chemical-quality stations (Qd), 133 periodic chemical-quality stations (Qp), 16 reservoir/lake surveys for water quality (Qs), and 70 continuous or daily reservoir-content stations (R). Plate 1 identifies the major river basins in Texas and shows the location of the stations listed in table 1.


Definition of Stations
Availability of Data


Map Showing Locations of Stations in the Surface-Water Data-Collection Network of Texas, September 1998


Streamflow, surface-water, water-quality, reservoir-content, and partial-record stations maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with Federal, State, and local agencies, September 1998

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