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 Lakes, rivers

Lake levels

Clear Lake - Clear Lake's surface elevation was estimated Monday at 4,524.79 feet above sea level, with storage at 103,510 acre-feet, down 18,720 acre-feet from a year ago.

Gerber Reservoir - The surface elevation of Gerber Reservoir was estimated Monday at 4,822.96 feet above sea level, with storage at 51,210 acre-feet, up 8,232 acre-feet from a year ago.

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

May 24 2,410 620

May 25 2,600 644

May 26 2,670 1,011

May 27 2,520 979

May 28 2,730 747

May 29 1,550 739

May 30 1,070 649

A Canal 2005 2004

May 24 265 580

May 25 280 590

May 26 306 610

May 27 341 585

May 28 372 540

May 29 399 545

May 30 375 560

Klamath River at Keno Dam

May 24 2,660 661

May 25 2,600 682

May 26 2,610 730

May 27 2,610 769

May 28 2,490 740

May 29 1,570 739

May 30 1,230 727

Klamath River at Iron Gate Dam

May 24 3,580 1,150

May 25 3,290 1,150

May 26 2,990 1,156

May 27 2,690 1,156

May 28 2,460 1,156

May 29 2,140 1,150

May 30 1,880 1,150

Net inflow to Upper Klamath Lake

May 24 3,066 1,200

May 25 3,271 844

May 26 2,585 1,231

May 27 2,861 1,174

May 28 2,321 897

May 29 2,730 894

May 30 m m

Williamson River

below Sprague R. 2005 Avg.

June 1 1,320 1,130

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

 

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