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Quinebaug: Alexander Road, Holland
    Drainage area: 20.3 square miles
    Weather Station: East Brimfield Lake
    Group: Town of Holland
    Description: This site was established in 2011 to monitor flows from Hamilton Reservoir, in order to inform modifications to dam management.


Discharge Chart(s)
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Discharge chart for Quinebaug, Alexander Road,  
Holland
10/6/2013 thru 11/6/2013

River Instream Flow Stewards Chart, www.rifls.org

NOTE: DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION. Some extreme high flows may not be displayed on the discharge chart if the staff gage is not calibrated for those flows. Currently the rating curve at this site is calibrated to cover stages up to 3.28 feet and discharge up to 221.9 cubic feet per second.
Note: Automatic water level logger data is available for 09/19/2011 through 11/06/2013. To view this data, please select a time frame shorter than one month or download the raw data.

View Custom: Scatter Chart Line Chart Data
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Include Precipitation? Yes      No
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Period of Record:   04/25/2011 - 11/06/2013


Depth Chart
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Depth chart for Quinebaug, Alexander Road, Holland10/6/2013 thru 11/6/2013

River Instream Flow Stewards Chart, www.rifls.org

View Custom: Scatter Chart Line Chart Data
Dates   From:   To:  
Include Precipitation? Yes      No
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Period of Record:   04/25/2011 - 11/06/2013


Flow Measurement Data
Stage/Depth (feet) Discharge (cubic feet per second) Measurement Date
2.31  56.93  05/16/2011 
2.55  83.64  05/16/2011 
1.48  7.99  07/19/2011 
2.83  108.42  08/25/2011 
2.08  42.37  09/20/2011 
2.19  44.31  03/15/2012 
1.33  6.445  07/17/2012 
1.58  11.505  08/16/2012 
1.14  1.88  12/05/2012 
1.53  11.525  08/06/2013 
1.36  6.69  11/06/2013 




For comments, suggestions, or new observations please contact: Michelle Craddock, Flow Restoration Specialist at michelle.craddock@state.ma.us