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U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Water-Data Report ME-04


Water Resources Data-Maine
Water Year 2004

By G. J. Stewart, J.M. Caldwell, A.R. Cloutier, and L.E. Flight

 

This report is available as a pdf.

 

ABSTRACT

The Water Resources Dicipline of the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with State, Federal,and other local governmental agencies, obtains a large amount of data pertaining to the water resources of Maine each year. These data, accumulated during the many water years, constitute a valuable data base for developing an improved understanding of the water resources of the State.

Water-resources data for the 2004 water year for Maine consists of records of stage, discharge, ground water levels, water quality of streams and ground-water wells, precipitation quantity, and snow quantity. This report contains discharge records for: 6 gage-height stations, 62 discharge gaging stations, stream water-quality data for 6 stations, water level for 23 ground-water wells, water-quality data for 24 ground-water wells, precipitation quantity data for 15 stations, and snow quantity data for 80 stations, Additional water data were collected at other sites, not part of the systematic data-collection program, and are published as special study and miscellaneous record sections.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

List of surface-water stations, in downstream order, for which records are published in this volume

List of ground-water wells, by county, for which records are published in this volume

List of precipitation stations for which records are published in this volume

List of discontinued surface-water discharge or gage-height stations

List of discontinued surface-water quality stations

List of discontinued ground-water observation wells

List of discontinued precipitation quantity stations

Introduction

Cooperation

Summary of hydrologic conditions

Streamflow

Floods and droughts

Reservoir storage

Water quality

Ground-water levels

Special networks and programs

Explanation of the records

Station identification numbers

Downstream order system

Latitude-longitude system

Records of stage and water discharge

Data collection and computation

Data presentation

Station manuscript

Data table of daily mean values

Statistics of monthly mean data

Summary statistics

Hydrograph

Identifying estimated daily discharge

Accuracy of the records

Special Study records

Other records available

Records of surface-water quality

Classification of records

Data presentation

Accuracy of the records

Remark codes

Records of ground-water levels

Data collection and computation

Data presentation

Records of ground-water quality

Classification of records

Arrangement of records

Laboratory measurements

Data presentation

Remark codes

Records of precipitation quantity

Data collection and computation

Data presentation

Records of snow quantity

Data collection and computation

Data presentation

Access to USGS water data

Definition of terms

Publications on Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations

Station records, surface water

Discharge at partial-record and special study stations

Station records, ground water

Ground-water quality analyses at special study stations

Station records, precipitation quantity

Station records, snow quantity

Index


 

This report is available as a pdf (23.5).

 

This report is also available in smaller sections as follows:

 

Front section (86KB)

Table of contents (395KB)

Pages 1-41 (4.4Mb)

The following section includes: (13MB)

St. John River Basin, pages 42-65

St. Croix River, pages 66-77

Dennys River Basin, pages 78-83

Machias River Basin, pages 84-91

Pleasant River Basin, pages 92-95

Narraguagus River Basin, pages 96-105

Otter Creek Basin, pages 106-107

Hadlock Brook Basin pages 108-109

Penobscot River Basin, pages 110-129

Ducktrap River Basin, pages 130-131

Sheepscot River Basin, pages 132-137

Kennebec River Basin, pages 138-157

Anndroscoggin River Basin, pages 158-160

The following section includes ground-water records: (5.4MB)

Androscoggin County, page 202

Aroostook County, pages 203-204

Cumberland County, pages 205-206

Franklin County, page 207

Hancock County, pages 208-219

Kennebec County, pages 220-222

Oxford County, pages 223-224

Penobscot County, pages 225-226

Somerset County, page 227

Walso County, page 228

Washington County, pages 229-230

York County, page 231

Ground-Water Quality Analyses at Speial Study Stations, page 232

Quantity of Precipiation, pages 234-248

Quantity of Snow, pages 249-257

Index for report pages 258-260

Back of report


 

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Water Resources Division
196 Whitten Road
Augusta, Maine 04330

 

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