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Lake Michigan beginning-of-month water levels and monthly rates of change of storage

Frank H Quinn

Lake Michigan beginning-of-month water levels and monthly rates of change of storage

by Frank H Quinn

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Published by Environmental Research Laboratories, for sale by Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Boulder, Colo, Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrology -- Michigan, Lake

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWater levels and monthly rates of change of storage, Lake Michigan
    SeriesNOAA technical report ; ERL 326-GLERL 2, (GLERL contribution ; no. 21), NOAA technical report ERL -- 326, NOAA technical report ERL -- 2, GLERL contribution -- no. 21
    ContributionsEnvironmental Research Laboratories (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15474805M

    Photo | Jake May. Flint struggles with lead levels in drinking water. Flint began using the Flint River as a drinking water source in after 50 years of buying water from Detroit. The outflows of Lake Superior and Lake Ontario are controlled to keep the lake levels within a specific range, near their long-term averages. Levels of Lake Superior have been regulated since Levels of Lake Ontario have been regulated since In addition, five Great Lakes diversions also contribute to regulation of lake levels.

      High water levels foreshadow huge cost of climate change in Michigan John Gallagher, Detroit Free Press Published a.m. ET J | Updated a.m. ET J Facebook Twitter. sta. # lwd meters: lwd feet: station name, state & body of water: igld st. lawrence river (chart datum/lwd - see station value for sloping surface):

    Winter Boat Storage on Lake Michigan Contract includes: Storage for the Winter Season Hauling boat out of water in Fall Pressure washing of bottom Moving boat in/out of storage location Spring launching Advantages Convenient haul/launch Schedule—you pick your arrival and departure dates 70 Slip. The result is a long-term change in lake level with respect to shoreline features that differs from site to site. The reconstructed water-level history of Lake Michigan-Huron over the past 4, years shows three major high phases from 2, to 3,, 1, to .


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Lake Michigan beginning-of-month water levels and monthly rates of change of storage by Frank H Quinn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Lake Michigan beginning-of-month water levels and monthly rates of change of storage. [Frank H Quinn; Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.),]. Lake Huron beginning-of-month water levels and monthly rates of change of storage.

Published Date: water levels on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan-Huron, the two largest lakes on Earth by surface area, rose at the highest rate ever recorded for a 2 year period beginning in January and ending in December of t Cited by: 2.

From -lake basins from public access lakes were monitored for baseline water-quality conditions and trophic status. Lake water quality assessment surveys were conducted during spring turnover and summer stratification periods. The surveys were coordinated with the EGLE's Water Resource Division's watershed permitting cycle.

The shaded area shows a range of possible levels over the next six months dependent upon weather variations. Current and projected levels (solid and dashed lines) can be compared with the average levels (dotted line) and extreme levels.

Data since have come from a designated set of gauges in each lake. Figure 1 shows annual water level anomalies, or differences, in feet compared with the average water levels in each lake from to Lakes Michigan and Huron are combined because they are connected at the same water level.

Michigan Streamflow Table Michigan Lake and Reservoir Table Michigan Groundwater Table Michigan Water-Quality Table Michigan Precipitation Table Michigan Meteorological Table. Real-time data are typically recorded at minute intervals. Data are stored onsite and transmitted to USGS offices every 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the data.

LAKE LEVEL CONDITIONS. The July 31 st projected levels remain well above chart datum. With the exception of Lake Michigan-Huron, levels are lower than their levels from July 31 st Lakes Superior, St. Clair, Erie, and Ontario are 3, 2, 4 and 22 inches lower than July 31 st On the contrary, Lake Michigan-Huron is 3 inches above its.

High water levels and potentially record high water levels are expected to persist for at least the next six months, so flood prone areas are expected to remain vulnerable.

SUPERIOR MICH-HURON ST. CLAIR ERIE ONTARIO Forecasted Water Level for (feet) Chart Datum (feet) Below is a graph depicting the average Lake Michigan/Lake Huron water level since the late 90s. The latest observed value of meters, or ft, is the highest recorded level since July of.

The peak of this summer so far is ft higher than the average peak of the low level summers of and Great Lakes Water Level Observations. NOAA water level observations are available at specific locations, as described on the Monitoring Network page or as a lake-wide average. These lake-wide averages are based on a select set of U.S.

and Canadian station data as determined by the Coordinating Committee. The observation data shown below is from each lake's master gauge. Lake Michigan−Huron Monthly Mean Water Levels meters IGLD feet IGLD Published 06 Jul Observed Monthly Mean Long Term Average − Long Term Max/Min Range of Possible Outcomes Jul Bulletin Forecast Range Bulletin Forecast Most Probable −87 −78 −31 − GLERL Great Lakes Monthly Hydrologic Data (Recent) Summary.

Accurate hydrologic data (over-lake precipitation, runoff, lake evaporation, net basin supplies, connecting channel flows, diversion flows, beginning-of-month lake levels, and changes in storage) are required for simulation, forecasting, and water resource studies on the Laurentian Great Lakes and their.

Inland Lake High Water Levels Contact the Environmental Assistance Center (EAC) at or [email protected], if you have questions or need assistance. The EAC is staffed from a.m. to p.m. Tell the operator that you are calling about shoreline erosion and you will be transferred to a field staff person.

The water level was at feet above sea level, just a few decimal points short of the feet that caused so much damage two years earlier. Lake Ontario water levels are still 19 inches above their long-term monthly average for September, according to the most-recent weekly report on water levels from the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The USGS investigates the occurrence, quantity, quality, distribution, and movement of surface and underground waters and disseminates the data to the public, State and local governments, public and private utilities, and other Federal agencies involved with managing our water.

NOAA is monitoring water levels and winds for Tropical Storm Isaias. Click to view real-time water level and meteorological data. Click to view real-time water level. The "lowest" monthly average lake level for the representative network of gages on Lake Michigan/Huron, feet IGLD International Great Lakes Datum, occurred in January The "highest" monthly average lake level for the network of gages, feet IGLDoccurred in October   From erosion, coastal and river flooding to boating, fishing and keeping our kids safe while swimming, the effect of a higher Lake Michigan expands as fast as the water is rising.

1 Introduction. Between January and Decemberwater levels on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan‐Huron, the two largest lakes on Earth by surface area [Gronewold et al., a], rose by nearly two thirds of a meter and 1 m, rise represents the largest positive water level differential on Lakes Superior and Michigan‐Huron over any historical 2 year.

Lake Superior, Lake St. Clair, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario set new record high water levels over the summer, with lakes Michigan. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, in coordination with partners in Environment and Climate Change Canada, release the official six-month forecast for the Great Lakes.

This Monthly Bulletin of Water Levels for the Great Lakes is complete at the beginning of each month, with the latest edition covering the period from May to. “A record high is in reach for Lake Michigan and Lake Huron for the month of June,” says Keith Kompoltowicz, chief of watershed hydrology at the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, who overseas Great Lakes water level forecasting. Lake Michigan is currently at feet, just 1 inch below the record set in for the month.The deluge caused water levels in lakes Michigan, Huron and Superior to rise 20 inches — nearly double the average spring rise in lake levels, according to the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers. Given that sudden, phenomenal rise in water levels, it would be understandable for lake observers to assume that Great Lakes water levels are back to.