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Lakes, rivers

February 9, 2005

River flow

Following are daily averages of the volume of water flowing at key points in the Klamath Basin, measured in cubic feet per second:

Link River 2005 2004

Feb. 1 265 606

Feb. 2 268 590

Feb. 3 270 578

Feb. 4 332 559

Feb. 5 377 675

Feb. 6 377 548

Feb. 7 495 509

Klamath River at Keno Dam

Feb. 1 422 834

Feb. 2 310 753

Feb. 3 318 751

Feb. 4 321 771

Feb. 5 412 811

Feb. 6 444 911

Feb. 7 404 810

Klamath River at Iron Gate Dam

Feb. 1 1,040 1,312

Feb. 2 983 1,319

Feb. 3 855 1,312

Feb. 4 808 1,312

Feb. 5 802 1,312

Feb. 6 804 1,312

Feb. 7 803 1,312

Net inflow to Upper Klamath Lake

Feb. 1 1,383 2,359

Feb. 2 1,387 1,642

Feb. 3 1,016 1,279

Feb. 4 1,483 1,260

Feb. 5 1,155 1,727

Feb. 6 1,155 1,249

Feb. 7 2,051 1,561

Williamson River

below Sprague R. 2005 Avg.

Feb. 8 612 937

Source: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Geological Survey, Oregon Water Resources Department.

Snow report

Following are today's estimates of the water equivalent measured in inches in the snowpack at selected sites in Southern Oregon and Northern California.

Site Water Avg. Pct. of

content avg.

Adin Mountain 9.6 9.7 99

Billie Creek Divide 7.1 18.1 39

Cedar Pass 11.1 12.4 90

Chemult Alternate 6.2 7.6 82

Cold Springs Camp 8.0 22.9 35

Diamond Lake 3.1 12.9 24

Dismal Swamp 19.1 19.4 98

Fourmile Lake 10.5 22.8 46

Quartz Mountain 1.4 2.5 56

Sevenmile Marsh 9.7 21.9 44

Silver Creek 7.4 8.3 89

Strawberry 2.2 5.0 44

Klamath Basin pct. of avg. 42

Goose Lake Basin pct. of avg. 89

Source: National Resource Conservation Service

 

 

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