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Lakes, rivers

Published September 1, 2004

Lake levels

Clear Lake - Clear Lake's surface elevation was estimated Monday at 4,520.37 feet above sea level, with storage at 38,780 acre-feet, down 18,780 acre-feet from a year ago.

Gerber Reservoir - The surface elevation of Gerber Reservoir was estimated Monday at 4,809.58 feet above sea level, with storage at 16,370 acre-feet, down 4,806 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 2004 2003

Aug. 24 606 586

Aug. 25 948 732

Aug. 26 1,150 755

Aug. 27 1,159 637

Aug. 28 1,048 594

Aug. 29 878 566

Aug. 30 839 948

A Canal

Aug. 24 745 590

Aug. 25 725 605

Aug. 26 700 620

Aug. 27 687 600

Aug. 28 687 580

Aug. 29 687 585

Aug. 30 703 620

Klamath River at Keno Dam

Aug. 24 481 762

Aug. 25 744 763

Aug. 26 938 691

Aug. 27 947 691

Aug. 28 662 721

Aug. 29 525 728

Aug. 30 625 754

Klamath River at Iron Gate Dam

Aug. 24 908 995

Aug. 25 1,201 989

Aug. 26 1,299 989

Aug. 27 1,273 989

Aug. 28 1,131 989

Aug. 29 977 995

Aug. 30 897 989

Net inflow to Upper Klamath Lake

Aug. 24 328 494

Aug. 25 650 655

Aug. 26 486 352

Aug. 27 482 555

Aug. 28 372 152

Aug. 29 544 128

Aug. 30 180 545

Williamson River

below Sprague R. 2004 Avg.

Sept. 1 418 593

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

 

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