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--01429400 GENERAL EDGAR JADWIN
--Lat 41`36'44", long
75`15'55", Wayne County, Hydrologic Unit 02040103, at dam on
Dyberry Creek, 0.4 upstream from unnamed tributary, 2.4 mi north of
Honesdale, and 2.9 mi upstream from mouth.
--64.5 square miles.
PERIOD OF RECORD.
--October 1959 to current year.
--Water-stage recorder and crest-stage gage.
Datum of gage is U.S. Army Corps of Engineers local project datum.
Satellite telemetry at station.
--Reservoir is formed by earth and rockfill
dam with ungated concrete spillway at elevation 1,053.00 ft. Storage
began October 1959. Capacity at elevation 1,053.00 ft is 24,500
acre-ft. Reservoir is used for flood control. Regulation is
accomplished by discharge through an ungated tunnel.
--Funding for the operation of this
station provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia
NOTE: Reservoir is normally dry,
used for flood control purposes only. Pool elevation readings below
990.00 ft (NGVD) do not represent storage in the reservoir and indicate
water levels in the stilling well only. Pool elevations below 990.00 ft
(NGVD) indicate that the reservoir is dry.