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Streamflow gain/loss in the Republican River Basin, Nebraska, July 1975


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Michaela R. Johnson, Jennifer S. Stanton, James F. Cornwall, and Matthew K. Landon, U.S. Geological Survey, 20020228, Streamflow gain/loss in the Republican River Basin, Nebraska, July 1975: U.S. Geological Survey.


This arc and point data set contains streamflow-measurement sites and reaches indicating streamflow gain or loss under base-flow conditions along Republican River tributaries in Dundy and Chase Counties, Nebraska during July 14 to 18, 1975 (U.S. Geological Survey, 1976). The streamflow measurements were made to obtain data on ground-water/surface-water interaction. Flow was observed visually to be zero, was measured, or was estimated at 55 sites. Tributaries were followed upstream until the first road crossing where zero flow was encountered. For selected streams, points of zero flow upstream of the first zero flow site also were checked. Streamflow gain or loss for each stream reach was calculated by subtracting the streamflow values [...]


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This data set was created to archive the calculated streamflow gains and losses of tributary streams to the Republican River in Dundy and Chase Counties, Nebraska, in July 1975, and make the data available for use with geographic information systems (GIS).

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