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USGS 01054500 Androscoggin River at Rumford, Maine

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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USGS Maine Office celebrating over 100 years of streamgage record for this station.

Station operated in cooperation with Brookfield Renewable.
Gage is operated in conjunction with a co-located precipitation gage (station 443305070323701).

Period of Record - DISCHARGE: May 1892 to current year. Fragmentary record only May 1892 to October 1895, published in WSP 27. Monthly discharge only October 1903 to September 1904, published in WSP 1301.

Current shift-adjusted rating in tab-delimited format.
These are updated daily and can change often! If you use these ratings it is important that you update often so that you have the most current version.
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This station managed by the Augusta ME Field Office.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
1892-05-18  2020-04-02







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