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USGS 06893100 BLUE R AT KENNETH RD, OVERLAND PARK, KS

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Available Parameters Period of Record
  
2004-02-17  2011-12-31
2003-04-16  2020-04-05
2003-04-16  2005-09-30
2004-02-18  2011-12-31
2004-02-18  2011-12-31
2004-02-18  2011-12-31
2004-02-17  2011-12-31







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