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May Brook: May Brook Road, Holland
    Drainage area: 5.5 square miles
    Weather Station: East Brimfield Lake
    Description: This site was established in 2012, as part of a regional network designed to monitor climate change impacts. Stage data can be viewed and downloaded from this website. Please contact DER for streamflow data.


Discharge Chart(s)

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Period of Record:   10/25/2012 - 01/04/2017


Depth Chart
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Depth chart for May Brook, May Brook Road, Holland12/4/2016 thru 1/4/2017

River Instream Flow Stewards Chart, www.rifls.org

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Period of Record:   10/25/2012 - 01/04/2017


Flow Measurement Data
Stage/Depth (feet) Discharge (cubic feet per second) Measurement Date
1.5  2.08  10/25/2012 
1.59  4.09  12/05/2012 
2.02  18.42  03/11/2013 
1.54  3.55  05/23/2013 
2.26  32.49  05/30/2013 
1.32  1.8  08/06/2013 
1.37  1.6  09/25/2013 
1.4  1.11  11/06/2013 
2.43  40.83  01/12/2014 
0.98  0.15  09/15/2014 
1.15  0.568  07/30/2015 
1.34  1.75  09/15/2015 
1.51  2.119  12/10/2015 
2.09  18.544  03/29/2016 
0.88  0.109  07/28/2016 
1.37  0.567  10/27/2016 



Maps & Photographs

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may Brook gauge: 9/5/2013 5:45:00 PM

may Brook gauge
9/5/2013 5:45:00 PM

May Brook stream gauge either under water or washed away.  Note you can see yellow wire going into stream where gauge is/was.: 6/14/2013 11:10:00 AM

May Brook stream gauge either under water or washed away. Note you can see yellow wire going into stream where gauge is/was.
6/14/2013 11:10:00 AM




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