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Lakes, rivers

October 27, 2005

Lake levels

Clear Lake - Clear Lake's surface elevation was estimated Monday at 4521.64 above sea level, and its storage was 53,290 acre feet. The lake elevation was down .21 of a foot from a year earlier, and the storage was down 2,860 a.f. from a year earlier.

Gerber Reservoir - The surface elevation of Gerber Reservoir was estimated Monday at 4807.47 above sea level, and its storage was 12,286 a.f. The lake elevation was up 1.57 feet from a year earlier, and the storage was up 2,757 a.f. from a year earlier.

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

Oct. 18 815 421

Oct. 19 900 481

Oct. 20 900 527

Oct. 21 836 395

Oct. 22 914 377

Oct. 23 1,190 483

Oct. 24 1,180 719

Klamath River at Keno Dam

Oct. 18 935 462

Oct. 19 984 535

Oct. 20 1,010 328

Oct. 21 1,030 430

Oct. 22 1,050 537

Oct. 23 1,010 680

Oct. 24 1,150 747

Klamath River at Iron Gate Dam

Oct. 18 1,346 916

Oct. 19 1,352 914

Oct. 20 1,366 917

Oct. 21 1,366 914

Oct. 22 1,352 915

Oct. 23 1,352 943

Oct. 24 13,50 923

Net inflow to Upper Klamath Lake

Oct. 18 815 1,409

Oct. 19 567 -8835

Oct. 20 1,233 5,471

Oct. 21 1,501 725

Oct. 22 914 377

Oct. 23 1,090 3,475

Oct. 24 1,180 2,052

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

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