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  • 334

    WOLF RIVER BASIN

    07030392 WOLF RIVER AT LAGRANGE, TN

    LOCATION.--Lat 35°01'57", long 89°14'48", Fayette County, Hydrologic Unit 08010210, on right bank upstream side of bridge on Yager Road, 0.95 mi south of LaGrange, and at mile 72.6.

    DRAINAGE AREA.--210 mi2.

    WATER-DISCHARGE RECORDS

    PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1995 to current year.

    REVISED RECORD.--WDR TN-02-1: 1997, 1999, 2001 (M).

    GAGE.--Data collection platform. Datum of gage is 350 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map.

    REMARKS.--No estimated daily discharges. Records good. Periodic observation of water temperature and specific conductance are published in this report as miscellaneous water-quality data.

    EXTREMES FOR CURRENT YEAR.--Peak discharges greater than base discharge of 1,500 ft3/s and maximum (*):

    Minimum discharge, 107 ft3/s, Sept. 19, 21.

    Date Time Discharge

    (ft3/s) Gage height

    (ft) Date Time Discharge

    (ft3/s) Gage height

    (ft)

    Oct 10 2330 *5,390 *13.38 Feb 23 1115 2,920 12.18 Dec 20 0030 3,600 12.55 May 6 1915 3,230 12.36 Dec 25 1515 2,340 11.83 May 7 1945 2,870 12.15 Feb 15 1145 3,500 12.50 May 18 1230 4,530 12.97

    DISCHARGE, CUBIC FEET PER SECOND WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2002 TO SEPTEMBER 2003

    DAILY MEAN VALUES

    DAY OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP

    1 342 289 224 342 259 670 280 199 191 155 377 127 2 294 256 221 361 237 466 253 195 224 163 272 142 3 970 253 218 375 229 391 240 199 320 160 222 186 4 1,130 267 275 341 241 359 231 220 351 153 200 206 5 1,140 430 480 311 266 339 233 264 322 146 186 203

    6 1,320 828 532 285 341 347 256 1,620 258 142 218 189 7 1,100 1,030 489 268 413 354 453 2,410 267 145 240 157 8 798 768 349 260 436 346 450 1,930 240 152 239 134 9 678 405 295 256 396 313 429 1,110 227 152 288 122

    10 1,850 341 277 258 339 288 326 674 207 146 215 117

    11 4,600 321 270 259 318 272 279 445 190 145 171 114 12 2,910 313 264 253 303 261 261 457 185 137 149 113 13 1,370 324 295 243 275 265 245 515 183 131 148 114 14 827 307 336 234 603 273 230 394 184 134 161 121 15 483 306 346 229 3,140 292 219 353 222 140 164 119

    16 370 325 327 238 2,920 300 212 357 245 168 161 114 17 325 355 289 248 1,630 290 220 1,640 259 173 151 111 18 295 364 266 247 995 298 216 4,050 257 153 140 110 19 273 318 1,260 240 566 520 214 2,100 378 161 130 109 20 265 285 2,990 239 483 676 213 1,030 318 182 126 109

    21 258 266 2,150 242 572 646 209 547 223 209 122 113 22 253 254 994 239 1,290 384 201 398 190 215 119 245 23 246 246 523 229 2,540 305 191 349 173 262 121 456 24 237 240 1,230 203 1,530 273 230 311 160 230 119 855 25 230 234 2,030 199 827 261 319 283 153 204 116 599

    26 230 232 1,360 203 585 367 439 261 150 177 114 244 27 227 237 676 207 654 402 562 245 159 157 113 171 28 228 240 435 212 744 433 338 232 154 144 117 145 29 242 239 380 234 --- 373 246 218 148 254 125 131 30 265 233 352 255 --- 331 215 208 145 389 125 125 31 297 --- 337 273 --- 319 --- 200 --- 367 123 ---

    TOTAL 24,053 10,506 20,470 7,983 23,132 11,414 8,410 23,414 6,683 5,646 5,272 5,801 MEAN 776 350 660 258 826 368 280 755 223 182 170 193 MAX 4,600 1,030 2,990 375 3,140 676 562 4,050 378 389 377 855 MIN 227 232 218 199 229 261 191 195 145 131 113 109 CFSM 3.69 1.67 3.14 1.23 3.93 1.75 1.33 3.60 1.06 0.87 0.81 0.92 IN. 4.26 1.86 3.63 1.41 4.10 2.02 1.49 4.15 1.18 1.00 0.93 1.03

    STATISTICS OF MONTHLY MEAN DATA FOR WATER YEARS 1995 - 2003, BY WATER YEAR (WY)

    MEAN 236 276 398 411 516 492 340 329 228 151 147 182 MAX 776 652 778 745 1,018 956 492 755 628 207 278 416 (WY) (2003) (2002) (2002) (1999) (2001) (1997) (1998) (2003) (1997) (1997) (1998) (2002) MIN 69.9 149 176 173 233 227 261 116 112 79.7 80.5 68.4 (WY) (2001) (2001) (2001) (2000) (1996) (2000) (1996) (2001) (2000) (2001) (2000) (2000)

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    07030392 WOLF RIVER AT LAGRANGE, TN—Continued

    SUMMARY STATISTICS FOR 2002 CALENDAR YEAR FOR 2003 WATER YEAR WATER YEARS 1995 - 2003

    ANNUAL TOTAL 150,940 152,784 ANNUAL MEAN 414 419 309 HIGHEST ANNUAL MEAN 419 2003 LOWEST ANNUAL MEAN 159 2000 HIGHEST DAILY MEAN 4,600 Oct 11 4,600 Oct 11 10,100 Feb 17, 2001 LOWEST DAILY MEAN 99 Sep 13 109 Sep 19 59 Sep 1, 2000 ANNUAL SEVEN-DAY MINIMUM 102 Sep 8 112 Sep 15 60 Aug 31, 2000 MAXIMUM PEAK FLOW 5,390 Oct 10 11,300 Nov 30, 2001 MAXIMUM PEAK STAGE 13.38 Oct 10 15.43 Nov 30, 2001 INSTANTANEOUS LOW FLOW a107 Sep 19 56 Sep 1, 2000 ANNUAL RUNOFF (CFSM) 1.97 1.99 1.47 ANNUAL RUNOFF (INCHES) 26.74 27.06 19.99 10 PERCENT EXCEEDS 980 810 576 50 PERCENT EXCEEDS 249 259 192 90 PERCENT EXCEEDS 129 142 90

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    WOLF RIVER BASIN

    07030392 WOLF RIVER AT LAGRANGE, TN—Continued

    WATER-QUALITY DATA

    PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1995 to current year.

    WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2002 TO SEPTEMBER 2003

    Date Time

    Instan- taneous

    dis- charge,

    cfs (00061)

    Tur- bidity, water, unfltrd field, NTU

    (61028)

    Baro- metric pres- sure,

    mm Hg (00025)

    Dis- solved

    oxygen, mg/L

    (00300)

    Dis- solved

    oxygen, percent of sat- uration (00301)

    pH, water, unfltrd field, std

    units (00400)

    Specif. conduc- tance,

    wat unf uS/cm

    25 degC (00095)

    Temper- ature, water, deg C

    (00010)

    Alka- linity, wat flt inc tit field,

    mg/L as CaCO3 (39086)

    Bicar- bonate, wat flt incrm. titr., field, mg/L

    (00453)

    Chlor- ide,

    water, fltrd, mg/L

    (00940)

    Sulfate water, fltrd, mg/L

    (00945)

    NOV 07... 1000 1,040 -- 773 8.6 75 6.1 31 10.0 10 12 1.99 1.8

    DEC 04... 1500 270 16 762 10.9 88 6.5 36 6.5 -- -- 2.56 1.2

    JAN 15... 1200 228 11 773 12.3 93 6.6 32 4.5 10 12 2.21 1.4

    FEB 04... 1330 241 21 766 10.5 91 6.7 34 9.5 12 14 1.93 1.6

    MAR 05... 1130 339 19 766 10.3 92 7.0 33 11.0 9 10 1.93 2.1

    MAY 06... 1515 1,730 310 767 6.0 65 5.9 28 20.0 7 8 0.86 1.2

    JUL 01... 1700 158 19 759 7.3 85 6.2 42 22.5 14 17 2.26 0.7

    SEP 08... 1200 133 20 766 7.7 86 6.4 40 21.0 13 16 2.35 0.7

    Date

    Ammonia +

    org-N, water, unfltrd mg/L as N

    (00625)

    Ammonia water, fltrd, mg/L as N

    (00608)

    Nitrite +

    nitrate water fltrd, mg/L as N

    (00631)

    Nitrite water, fltrd, mg/L as N

    (00613)

    Ortho- phos- phate, water, fltrd, mg/L as P

    (00671)

    Phos- phorus, water, unfltrd mg/L

    (00665)

    Total nitro- gen,

    water, unfltrd mg/L

    (00600)

    Sus- pended sedi- ment

    concen- tration mg/L

    (80154)

    NOV 07... 0.57

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    WOLF RIVER BASIN

    07030500 WOLF RIVER AT ROSSVILLE, TN

    LOCATION.--Lat 35°03'15", long 89°32'28", Fayette County, Hydrologic Unit 08010210, on left bank 85 ft downstream from county highway bridge, 0.3 mi upstream from Hurricane Creek, 0.4 mi north of Rossville, 5.0 miles downstream from Grissum Creek, and at mile 43.7.

    DRAINAGE AREA.--503 mi2.

    PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1929 to January 1972, May 2001 to current year.

    REVISED RECORDS.--WSP 807: 1935. WSP 1117: 1930. WSP 1177: 1932. WSP 1281: 1935, 1946(M), drainage area. WSP 1391: 1937-38.

    GAGE.--Data collection platform. Datum of gage is 300.74 ft above NGVD of 1929 determined from Tennessee Highway Department reference tablet. Prior to June 13, 1939, nonrecording gage at same site and datum.

    REMARKS.--Records fair except for estimated daily discharges, which are poor. Periodic observation of water temperature and specific conductance are published in this report as miscellaneous water-quality data.

    EXTREMES FOR CURRENT YEAR.--Peak discharges greater than base discharge of 2,600 ft3/s and maximum (*):

    Minimum daily discharge, 222 ft3/s, July 16.

    Date Time Discharge

    (ft3/s) Gage height

    (ft) Date Time Discharge

    (ft3/s) Gage height

    (ft)

    Oct 10 1915 12,900 12.97 Feb 23 1530 5,150 10.64 Dec 20 1300 *13,900 *13.16 May 7 0900 12,100 12.80 Dec 24 1530 4,750 10.42 May 18 unknown 6,780 11.35 Feb 15 2000 11,300 12.64

    DISCHARGE, CUBIC FEET PER SECOND WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2002 TO SEPTEMBER 2003

    DAILY MEAN VALUES

    DAY OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP

    1 3,210 329 e370 791 405 1,310 584 448 334 247 e1,650 278 2 2,030 338 e370 745 407 1,160 511 401 409 252 e986 294 3 1,120 369 e370 673 407 1,040 461 363 507 252 e714 357 4 1,330 399 e1,300 618 423 854 426 338 458 249 e655 357 5 1,700 918 e1,100 594 411 719 439 624 440 245 e484 340

    6 1,940 1,230 e880 556 511 667 530 4,850 882 243 547 341 7 e2,170 940 776 511 949 608 1,890 10,800 1,580 241 793 339 8 2,130 935 742 478 765 567 1,510 6,850 953 242 789 333 9 1,930 1,040 712 457 694 545 1,190 e4,920 598 236 607 315

    10 7,100 1,080 636 440 728 518 864 3,580 422 e240 416 296

    11 10,900 991 566 413 696 479 724 2,650 384 e232 384 280 12 8,380 782 496 397 604 449 592 1,950 358 e230 360 270 13 e5,800 608 645 393 533 440 496 1,450 339 e230 331 276 14 e3,500 516 754 392 2,480 456 438 1,320 316 e240 330 331 15 e

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