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BASE1@@*DATE2@@dType of timeseries data. m Userdefined fourcharacter descriptor. Used to describe the contents of the data set, for example: PRCP, RAIN, SNOW  Precipitation FLOW, DISC, PEAK  discharge TEMP, TMIN, TMAX  temperature EVAP, PET  evapotranspiration Some models and application programs may require a specific TSTYPE for datasets they use. ;Station identification, up to 16 alphanumeric characters. Alphanumberic station id. State abbreviation codeNON AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK ORBFZ^!(,3;IUX PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY PR DC VI PI GU Standard 2character post office abbreviation, includes DC  Washington, District of Columbia PR  Puerto Rico VI  Virgin Islands GU  Guam PI  Pacific Trust Territories Use NON for no state abbreviation. !Hydrologic unit code (8 digits).
Hydrologic unit code (8 digits). These codes are given in the U.S. Geological Survey map series "State Hydrologic Unit Maps," Open File Report 84 708. ,Extension to hydrologic unit code (HUCODE).'
Extension to hydrologic unit code (HUCODE). See the U.S. Geological Survey map series "State Hydrologic unit maps," Open File Report 84708. County or parish code.
E County or parish code. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix C. Elevation (msl). yy
Elevation (mean sea level). Latitude (degrees).yy
Latitude in decimal degrees.Longitude (degrees). yy
! Longitude in decimal degrees. Dataset description. [ Dataset description. Might be name and/or location, or some anecdotal information. Drainage area. y
N Total drainage area, in square miles, including noncontributing areas. Minimum value in dataset. yy
+ Minimum value in data set, general use. Maximum value in dataset. yy
+ Maximum value in data set, general use. !Mean value of values in dataset. yy
, Mean of values in data set, general use.)Standard deviation of values in dataset. yy
= Standard deviation of values in data set, general use. Skew coefficient yy
; Skew coefficient of values in data set, general use. Time units code.
Time units code. 1  seconds 4  days 2  minutes 5  months 3  hours 6  years Used in combination with TSSTEP.Length units code.
$ Length units code, user defined.Area units code.
" Area units code, user defined. Volume units code.
$ Volume units code, user defined.Velocity units code
& Velocity units code, user defined. Attribute DCODE
Attribute DCODE Angle (slope) code.
% Angle (slope) code, user defined. Slope. yy
" Slope, units are user defined. Distance from mouth, in miles. yy
&Distance from basin outlet, in miles. Channel length.y
' Channel length, units user defined. Base year. @B
lO Starting year for timeseries data in a data set. Defaults to year 1900. Base month
X Starting month for timeseries data in a data set. Defaults to month 1 (January).
Base day.
J Starting day for timeseries data in a data set. Defaults to day 1. Base hour.
L Starting hour for timeseries data in a data set. Defaults to hour 1.New group, new record flag.
New group, new record flag: 0  start new group at the end of the last group (default) 1  start new group at the beginning of a record. Timeseries filler value. yy
b Timeseries filler value. This value will be used for missing values. The default is 0.0. "Primary timestep, in TCODE units.
B Time step, in TCODE units (used in combination with TCODE). Unit for group pointers.
q Unit for group pointers, depending on the time step of the data, may effect the speed of data retrievals. The default group pointer is 6 (years). For timeseries data with a timestep of an hour or less, monthly or even daily group pointers may be more efficient. 3  hours 6  years 4  days 7  centuries 5  months Read/Write flag.
; Read/Write flag: 0  read and write 1  read only Data compression tolerance.yy
w+2 Data compression tolerance. Data values within + of TOLR will be considered the same value and compressed in the data set. Once data has been compressed, the original values can not be retrieved.
Agency code. D Agency code. See WATSTORE users manual, volume 1, chapter 3.State FIPS code. c
> State FIPS code, see WATSTORE users manual, Appendix B. District code. c
State code of the Geological Survey office that operates the station. Usually the same as the state code (STPIPS). See WATSTORE Users manual, Appendix B.Contributing drainage area.y
J Drainage area, in square miles, that contributes to surface runoff.
Site Code SW SP ES GW LK ME Site code, see WATSTORE users manual, volume 1, chapter 3. SW  stream SP  spring ES  estuary GW  well LK  lake or reservoir ME  meteorological Station name (48 characters). . Short name or description of the data set. $Geologic unit code (7 characters).B Geologic unit code. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix F. Well depth.y
Depth of well, in feet. The greatest depth at which water can enter the well. See WATSTORE users manual, volume 1, chapter 3. Aquifer type. U N C M X Aquifer type. See WATSTORE users manual, volume 1, chapter 3.. U  unconfined single aquifer N  unconfined multiple aquifers C  confined single aquifer M  confined multiple aquifers X  mixed multiple aquifers Base discharge.y
` Base discharge, in cubic feet per second. See WATSTORE user manual, volume 1, chapter ?.Date (year,mo,dy,hr,mi,sc)
# Date string. User defined use.
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!Ending data for timeseries data.
&Latitude (degrees, minutes, seconds).
4 Latitude in degrees, minutes, seconds (dddmmss).'Longitude (degrees, minutes, seconds).
5 Longitude in degrees, minutes, seconds (dddmmss). Parameter code.
= Parameter code, see WATSTORE users manual, Appendix D. Statistics code.
> Statistics code, see WATSTORE users m
anual, Appendix E. Mean annual precipitation. y
E Mean annual precipitation, in inches, from U.S. Weather Bureau Series "Climates of States;" grid sampling methods used if isohyetal map is available, otherwise anomaly map constructed (WaterSupply Paper 1580d). Basin and streamflow characteristics no 32, PRECIP. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Area of lakes, ponds, and swamps (% of CONTDA).B
Area of lakes, ponds, and swamps in percent of contributing drainage area, measured by the grid sampling methods. Basin and streamflow chracteristics no 12, STORAGE. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.0Timeseries put aggregation/disaggregation code.
3 Timeseries put aggregation/disaggregation code. Forested area (% of CONTDA)B
Forested area in percent of contributing drainage area, measured by the grid sampling methods. Basin and streamflow charachteristic no 14, FOREST. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.Soils index, in inches.y
Soils index, in inches, a relative measure of potential infiltration (soil water storage), from Soil Conservation Service. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 16, SOIL INF. 024hour rainfall precip intensity 2year recurry
Precipitation intensity, 24hour rainfall, in inches, expected on the average of once each 2 years. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 33, I24,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. )Mean minimum January temp, in degrees F. yy
Mean minimum January temp, in degrees F. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 60, JANMIN. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. )Annual flood peak, 1.25 year recurrence. y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 1.25 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 75, P1,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &Annual flood peak, 2 year recurrence. y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 2 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 76, P2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.&Annual flood peak, 5 year recurrence. y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 5 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 77, P5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.'Annual flood peak, 10 year recurrence. y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 10 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 78, P10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 'Annual flood peak, 25 year recurrence. y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 25 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 79, P25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 'Annual flood peak, 50 year recurrence. y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 50 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 80, P50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. (Annual flood peak, 100 year recurrence.y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 100 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 81, P100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.(Annual flood peak, 200 year recurrence.y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 200 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 82, P200. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.(Annual flood peak, 500 year recurrence.y
Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 500 year recurrence interval. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 178, P500. See WATSTORE users m
anual, Appendix. ,Mean of the LOG of systematic annual peak Qy@
Mean of the logarithms, base 10, of systematic annual peak discharges from Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 83, MEANPK. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. .Standard deviation of LOG of syst ann peak Q. @
Standard deviation of logarithms, base 10, of systematic annual peak discharges, from Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407.. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 84 SDPK. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Skew of LOG of systematic annual peak Q (J407).A
Skew of logarithms, base 10, of systematic annual peak discharges, from Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 85, SKEWPK. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. "WRC skew of LOG of peak Q (J407). A
7 WRC skew of logarithms, base 10, of annual peak discharge after outlier and historicpeak adjustments and generalized skew weighting, from Bulletin 17B grequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 179, WRC SKEW. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. "WRC mean of LOG of peak Q (J407). y@
WRC mean of logarithms, base 10, of annual peak discharge after outlier and historicpeak adjustments, from Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 180, WRC MEAN. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0WRC standard deviation of LOG of peak Q (J407).@
" WRC standard deviation of logarithms, base 10, of annual peak discharge after outlier and historic peak adjustments, from Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristics no 181, WR
C SD. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Number of years of systematic peak flow record.y
Number of years of systematic peak flow record, used in Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 196, YRSPK. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0No. of consecutive yrs used for histpk adjust.y
Number of consecutive years used for historicpeak adjustment to floodfrequency data used in Bulletin 17B frequency analysis or WATSTORE program J407. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 197, YRSHISPK. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %Pointer to associated quality flags. }
r Pointer to an associated data set. Used to associate quality flags for peak flow data, needed for J407. Compression flag
Compression flag 1  yes, data are compressed (default) 2  no, data are not compressed compressed data will take up less space in the WDM file, but will require a COPY operation to update data values.
Form of data
Form of data 1  mean over the timestep (default) 2  total over the timestep 3  instantaneous @ time (end of timestep) 4  minimum over the timestep 5  maximum over the timestep Variable timestep option
y Variable timestep option for the data set 1  all data are at the same time step 2  time step may vary (default) Average basin slopeyy
Average basin slope, in feet per mile. Measured by grid sampling method. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 4, BSLOPE. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. .Stream length, gage to end of defined channel y
Stream length, in miles, from gage to end of defined channel, blue line on topographic map. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 6, BLENGTH. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.*Valley length, from gage to basin divide. y
Valley length, in miles, measured along general path of flood plain from gage to basin divide. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 7, VALLGH. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. Average of channel elevations yy
Average of channel elevations, in feet above mean sea level, at points 10 and 85percent of stream length upstream from gage. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 9, ELV10,85. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,Percent of basin above elevation 5000 feet.B
Percent of basin above elevation 5000 feet, mean sea level. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 10, EL5000. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,Percent of basin above elevation 6000 feet.B
Percent of basin above elevation 5000 feet, mean sea level. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 11, EL6000. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #Lakes and ponds area (% of CONTDA) B
Area of lakes and ponds in percent of contributing drainage area. Measured by the grid sampling method. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 13, LAKE. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. Area of glaciers (% of CONTDA) B
Area of glaciers in percent of contributing drainage area. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 15, GLACIER. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #Depth of surficial loess, in feet. y
Depth of surficial loess, in feet. From Soil Conservation Service. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 17, LOESS. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.Azimuth, from north. C
Azimuth, in decimal degrees from north of a straight line connecting points 85 and 10percent of distance from gage to divide. Ba
sin and streamflow characteristic no 18, AZIMUTH. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. .Latitude of center of basin, decimal degrees. yy
Latitude of center of basin, decimal degrees. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 19, LAT. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix./Longitude of center of basin, decimal degrees. yy
Longitude of center of basin, decimal degrees. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 20, LONG. See WATSTORE users guide, Appendix. Time to peak, in hours.y
Time, in hours, measured as time difference between center of mass of total rainfall and peak discharge. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 21, TIMETOPK. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 024hour rainfall intensity, 10year recurrence.y
> Precipitation intensity, 24hour rainfall, in inches, expected on the average once each 10 years. Estimated from U.S. Weather Bureau technical Paper 40 except for western states where NOAA Atlas 2 exists). Basin and streamflow characteristic no 34, I24,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 024hour rainfall intensity, 25year recurrence.y
> Precipitation intensity, 24hour rainfall, in inches, expected on the average once each 25 years. Estimated from U.S. Weather Bureau technical Paper 40 except for western states where NOAA Atlas 2 exists). Basin and streamflow characteristic no 35, I24,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.
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> Precipitation intensity, 24hour rainfall, in inches, expected on the average once each 50 years. Estimated from U.S. Weather Bureau technical Paper 40 except for western states where NOAA Atlas 2 exists). Basin and streamflow characteristic no 36, I24,50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 024hour rainfall intensity, 100year recurrencey
@ Precipitation intensity, 24hour rainfall, in inches, expected on the average once each 100 years. Estimated from U.S. Weather Bureau technical Paper 40 except for western states where NOAA Atlas 2 exists). Basin and streamflow characteristic no 37, I24,100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix./October mean monthly precipitation, in inches. y
October mean monthly precipitation, in inches. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 41, PRC10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0November mean monthly precipitation, in inches.y
November mean monthly precipitation, in inches. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 42, PRC11. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.0December mean monthly precipitation, in inches.y
December mean monthly precipitation, in inches. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 43, PRC12. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix./January mean monthly precipitation, in inches. y
January mean monthly precipitation, in inches. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 44, PRC12. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. /February mean monthly precipitation, in inches y
February mean monthly precipitation, in inches Basin and streamflow characteristic no 45, PRC2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,March mean monthly precipitation, in inchesy
March mean monthly precipitation, in inches Basin and streamflow characteristic no 46, PR3. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,April mean monthly precipitation, in inchesy
April mean monthly precipitation, in inches Basin and streamflow characteristic no 47, PR4. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. *May mean monthly precipitation, in inches y
May mean monthly precipitation, in inches Basin and streamflow characteristic no 48, PRC5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +June mean monthly precipitation, in inches y
June mean monthly precipitation, in inches Basin and streamflow characteristic no 49, PRC6. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,July mean monthly precipitation, in inches.y
July mean monthly precipitation, in inches. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 50, PRC7. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. .August mean monthly precipitation, in inches. y
August mean monthly precipitation, in inches. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 51, PRC8. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0September mean monthly precipitation, in inchesy
September mean monthly precipitation, in inches Basin and streamflow characteristic no 52, PRC9. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. !Mean annual snowfall, in inches. y
Mean annual snowfall, in inches. From U. S. Weather Bureau, "Climates of States". Basin and streamflow characteristic no 53, SNOFALL. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. March 1 mean water equivalent of snow cover. y
Mean water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of March 1. From U. S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 50. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 54, SNOMAR. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. /April 30, mean water equivalent of snow cover. y
Mean water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of April 30. From U. S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 50. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 55, SNOAPR. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,March 15 max water equiv, 2year recurrencey
Maximum water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of March 15, 2year recurrence interval. From U.S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 50. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 56, SN2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.March 15 max water equiv, 10year recurrence y
Maximum water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of March 15, 10year recurrence interval. From U.S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 50. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 57, SN10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. March 15 max water equiv, 25year recurrence y
Maximum water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of March 15, 25year recurrence interval. From U.S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 50. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 58, SN25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. .March 15 max water equiv, 100year recurrence y
Maximum water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of March 15, 100year recurrence interval. From U.S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 50. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 59, SN100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.,Mean temperature for January, in degrees F.yy
Mean monthly temperature for January, in degrees F. From U.S. Weather Bureau, "Climates of States". Basin and streamflow characteristic no 61, JANAV. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix..Mean maximum March temperature, in degrees F. yy
Mean maximum March temperature, in degrees F. From U.S. Weather Bureau, "Climates of States". Basin and streamflow characteristic no 62, MARMAX. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. Mean maximum July temperature, in degrees F. yy
Mean maximum July temperature, in degrees F. From U.S. Weather Bureau, "Climates of States". Basin and streamflow characteristic no 63, JULYMAX. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. )Mean temperature for July, in degrees F. yy
Mean monthly temperature for July, in degrees F. From U.S. Weather Bureau, "Climates of States". Basin and streamflow characteristic no 64, JULYAV See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.0March snow cover water equiv, 2year recurrencey
Water equivalent, in inches, of snow cover as of the first week in March, 2year recurrence interval. Data compiled by the New Your District USGS. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 65, WE MAR2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. )Mean annual lake evaporation, in inches. y
Mean annual lake evaporation, in inches. From U.S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 37. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 70, EVAP. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Mean annual Class A pan evaporation, in inches.y
Mean annual Class A pan evaporation, in inches. From U.S. Weather Bureau, Technical Paper 37. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 71, EVAPAN. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,Mean frost depth on February 28, in inches.y
Mean frost depth on February 28, in inches. From U.S. Weather Bureau, "Climates of States". Basin and streamflow characteristic no 72, FROST. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. Mean annual discharge, in cfs. y
Mean annual discharge, in cubic feet per second, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 86, QA. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. Standard deviation of mean annual discharge. y
Standard deviation of mean annual discharge, in cubic feet per second, from WATSTORE flow variabliity program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 87, QSDANN. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %Mean discharge, in cfs, for October. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for October, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 88, Q10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.&Mean discharge, in cfs, for November. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for November, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 89, Q11. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &Mean discharge, in cfs, for December. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for December, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 90, Q12. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %Mean discharge, in cfs, for January. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for January, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 91, Q1. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &Mean discharge, in cfs, for February. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for February, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 92, Q2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.#Mean discharge, in cfs, for March. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for March, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 93, Q3. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #Mean discharge, in cfs, for April. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for April, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 94, Q4. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. !Mean discharge, in cfs, for May. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for May, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 95, Q5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. !Mean discharge, in cfs for June. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for June, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 96, Q6. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix."Mean discharge, in cfs, for July. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for July, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 97, Q7. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.$Mean discharge, in cfs, for August.y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for August, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 98, Q8. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 'Mean discharge, in cfs, for September. y
Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for September, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 99, Q9. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. .Standard deviation for mean discarge October. y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for October. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 100, SDQ10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.0Standard deviation for mean discharge November.y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for November. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 101, SDQ11. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Standard deviation for mean discharge December.y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for December. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 102, SDQ12. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. /Standard deviation for mean discharge January. y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for January. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 103, SDQ1. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Standard deviation for mean discharge February.y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for February. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 104, SDQ2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.Standard deviation for mean discharge March. y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for March. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 105, SDQ3. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,Standard deviation for mean discharge Aprily
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for April. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 106, SDQ4. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.
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Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for May. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 107, SDQ5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. ,Standard deviation for mean discharge June.y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for June. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 108, SDQ6. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.,Standard deviation for mean discharge July.y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for July. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 109, SDQ7. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.Standard deviation for mean discharge August y
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for August. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 110, SDQ8. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. 0Standard deviation for mean discharge Septembery
Standard deviation, in cubic feet per second, of mean discarge for September. From flow variability computer program no. W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 111, SDQ9. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. "1day low flow, 2year recurrence y
Annual minimum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 112, M1,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #1day low flow, 10year recurrence y
Annual minimum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 113, M1,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.#1day low flow, 20year recurrence y
Annual minimum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 114, M1,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix."3day low flow, 2year recurrence y
Annual minimum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 115, M3,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #3day low flow, 10year recurrence y
Annual minimum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 116, M3,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.0Annual mininum 3day mean discharge, 20year rey
Annual minimum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 117, M3,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix."7day low flow, 2year recurrence y
Annual minimum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 118, M7,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. "7day low flow, 5year recurrence y
Annual minimum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 5year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 119, M7,5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #7day low flow, 10year recurrence y
Annual minimum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 120, M7,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.#7day low flow, 20year recurrence y
Annual minimum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 121, M7,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.#14day low flow, 2year recurrence y
Annual minimum 14day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 122, M14,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.$14day low flow, 10year recurrencey
Annual minimum 14day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 123, M14,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $14day low flow, 20year recurrencey
Annual minimum 14day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 124, M14,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #30day low flow, 2year recurrence y
Annual minimum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 125, M30,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.$30day low flow, 10year recurrencey
Annual minimum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 126, M30,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $30day low flow, 20 year recurrencey
Annual minimum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 127, M30,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $90day low flow, 2year recurrence.y
Annual minimum 90day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 128, M90,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.%90day low flow, 10year recurrence. y
Annual minimum 90day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 129, M90,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %90day low flow, 20year recurrence. y
Annual minimum 90day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 130, M90,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. #1day high flow, 2year recurrence y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 136, V1,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $1day high flow, 5year recurrence.y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 5year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 137, V1,5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %1day high flow, 10year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 138, V1,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %1day high flow, 20year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 139, V1,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %1day high flow, 25year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 25year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 140, V1,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %1day high flow, 50year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 50year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 141, V1,50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &1day high flow, 100year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 1day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 100year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 131, V1,100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $3day high flow, 2year recurrence.y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 142, V3,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $3day high flow, 5year recurrence.y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 5year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 143, V3,5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %3day high flow, 10year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 144, V3,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %3day high flow, 20year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 145, V3,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %3day high flow, 25year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 25year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 146, V3,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %3day high flow, 50year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 50year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 147, V3,50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &3day high flow, 100year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 3day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 100year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 148, V3,100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $7day high flow, 2year recurrence.y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 149, V7,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $7day high flow, 5year recurrence.y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 5year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 150, V7,5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %7day high flow, 10year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 151, V7,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %7day high flow, 20year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 152, V7,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %7day high flow, 25year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 25year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 153, V7,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %7day high flow, 50year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 50year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 154, V7,50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &7day high flow, 100year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 100year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 155, V7,100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $15day high flow, 2year recurrencey
Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 156, V15,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $15day high flow, 5year recurrencey
Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 5year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 132, V15,5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &15day high flow, 10year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 157, V15,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &15day high flow, 20year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 158, V15,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &15day high flow, 25year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 25year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 159, V15,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.
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Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 50year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 160, V15,50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. '15day high flow, 100year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 15day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 100year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 161, V15,100. See WATSTORE users manual,!# Appendix. %30day high flow, 2year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 2year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 162, V30,2. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. %30day high flow, 5year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 5year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 133, V30,5. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &30day high flow, 10year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 10year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 163, V30,10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &30day high flow, 20year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 20year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 134, V30,20. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &30day high flow, 25year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 25year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 164, V30,25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &30day high flow, 50year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 50year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE progra"$m A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 165, V30,50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. '30day high flow, 100year recurrence. y
Annual maximum 30day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second for 100year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT or WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 135, V30,100. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. Flow depth, in feetyy
y Flow depth, in feet. Corresponding to the difference between the 25 percent flow duration gage height and point of zero flow. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 168, DEPH25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +Discharge exceeded 95 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 95 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 171, D95. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +Discharge exceeded 90 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 90 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 172, D90. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. *Discharge exceeded 75 percent of the time y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 75 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 173, D75. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +Discharge exceeded 70 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 70 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 174, D70. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +Discharge exceeded 50 percent of the time. y#%
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 50 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 175, D50. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +Discharge exceeded 25 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 25 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 176, D25. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. +Discharge exceeded 10 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 10 percent of time. Defined by daily flow duration, WATSTORE program A969. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 177, D10. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. &Number of years of dailyflow record. y
Number of years of dailyflow record, from WATSTORE flow variability program W4422. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 198, YRSDAY. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. $Number of years of lowflow record.y
Number of years of lowflow record. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 199, YRSLOW. See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.
User defined yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 24 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.
User defined yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 25 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 26 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 27 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x$& Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 28 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 29 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 30 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 31 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 38 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 39 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 040 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 66 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 67 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 68 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 69 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 73 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined b%'y user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 74 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix.User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 166 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 167 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 168 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 170 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 182 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 183 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 184 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 185 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 186 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 187 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 188 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. y&y
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 189 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 190 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. User defined. yy
y Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 191 See WATSTORE users manual, Appendix. )
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x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 193 See WATSTORE users guide, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 194 See WATSTORE users guide, Appendix.User defined. yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 195 See WATSTORE users guide, Appendix.User defined. (*yy
x Defined by user or application. Basin and streamflow characteristic no 200 See WATSTORE users guide, Appendix.Month season begins
Beginning month of a user defined season. A starting day may be specified by attribute SEADBG. Used with attributes SEASND and SEADND to define a specific time period, ofter a year. January is month 1. Month season ends
Ending month of a user defined season. A ending day may be specified by attribute SEADND. Used with attributes SEASBG and SEASND to define a specific time period, often a year. January is month 1.Crosssection locator yy
c Crosssection locator, distance in feet from left bank (as determined by facing downstream). Sampling depth yy
> Sampling depth, in feet, at which observation was made. Distance from mouth, in feet. yy
'Distance from mouth of river, in feet. 'Integer ID number of a single channel.
+ Integer ID number of a channel segment. $Time zone, + hours from Greenwich.
: Time zone. Each time zone is represented as the number of hours to be added to, or subtracted from, Greenwich time: 4  Atlantic Standard 8  Pacific Standard 5  Eastern Standard 9  Yukon Standard 6  Central Standard 10  AlaskaHawaii 7  Mountain Standard Standard Group name (6 characters). H Six character name for a cluster of message type dataset groups.Reference Elevationyy
+ Reference elevation, to mean sea level. Space time data type.
INT REALDPRC %Space time dimension in X direction.
( Space time dimension in X direction.%Space time dimension in Y direction.
( Space time dimension in Y direction.)+%Space time dimension in Z direction.
( Space time dimension in Z direction.!Low outlier discharge criterion. (kn(knN
I Low outlier discharge criterion (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). !Highoutlier discharge criterion (kn(knN
J High outlier discharge criterion (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). Generalized skew option
Generalized skew option (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis): 1  station skew 0  weighted skew 1  generalized skew Generalized skew. (kn(knN
7 Generalized skew (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). Base gage discharge(kn(knN
: Base gage discharge (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). Number of historic peaks. d
B Number of historic peaks (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). +Root mean square error of generalized skew (kn(knN
T Root mean square error of generalized skew (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis).Include urbanregulated peaks
\ Include urbanregulated peaks (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis): 1  no 2  yesHistoric peak option
z Historic peak option (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis): 1  include historic peaks 2  exclude historic peaks Year to begin analysis
m Year to begin analysis, used to identify subset of available record (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). Year to end analysis.
k Year to end analysis, used to identify subset of available record (Bulletin 17B frequency analysis). 0Mean of the LOG of annual nday high or low stay@
X Mean of the logarithms, base 10, of annual nday highflow or lowflow statistic./Standard deviation of LOG of annual nday high @
b Standard deviatio*n of logarithms, base 10, of annual nday highflow or lowflow statistic. 0Skew of LOG of annual nday high or low statistyy
U Skew of logarithms, base 10, of annual nday high flow or lowflow statistic. +Kendahl Tau statistic for time series data yy
/ Kendahl Tau statistic for timeseries data. "Plevel for Kendahl Tau statistic yy
& Plevel for Kendahl Tau statistic. "Median slope of time series trend yy
& Median slope of timeseries trend. .Number of nonzero values in the time series.
1 Number of nonzero values in the time series. &Number of zero values in time series.
) Number of zero values in time series. Scenario idI 8character identifier for the scenario associated with this data set. Constituent id H 8character identifier of the constituent contained in this data set.Location idI 8character identifier for the location associated with this data set. #7day low flow, 50year recurrence y
Annual minimum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 50year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT.$7day low flow, 100year recurrencey
Annual minimum 7day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 100year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting in SWSTAT. 1% of values are less yy
t One percent of time values are less than this value. Attribute is computed by the Weibull plotting position.

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An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. E10year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, method of moments yy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probab46ility of 0.10) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. E20year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, method of moments yy
An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. E50year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, method of moments yy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. F100year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, method of moments yy
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA.F200year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, method of moments yy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. F500year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, method of moments yy
An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.002) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. 22year recurrence based on GEV, method of moments yy
An event with a 2year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.50) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. 25year recurrence based on GEV, method of moments yy
An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments57. Attribute added by program CFA. 310year recurrence based on GEV, method of moments yy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.10) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. 320year recurrence based on GEV, method of moments yy
An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. 350year recurrence based on GEV, method of moments yy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. 4100year recurrence based on GEV, method of momentsyy
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA. 4200year recurrence based on GEV, method of momentsyy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA.4500year recurrence based on GEV, method of momentsyy
An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.002) based on the GEV distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program CFA.?2year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of moments yy
An event with a 2year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.50) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT. ?5year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of moments yy
An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the Pearson Typ68e III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT. @10year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of momentsyy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.10) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT. @20year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of momentsyy
An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT. @50year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of momentsyy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT. A100year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of moments yy
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT. A200year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of moments yy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT.A500year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, method of moments yy
An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.002) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, method of moments. Attribute added by program SWSTAT.E2year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 2year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.50) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate79. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. E5year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. F10year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.10) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX.F20year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX.F50year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX.G100year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. G200year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. G500year recurrence based on 3parameter lognormal, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exce8:edance probability of 0.002) based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 32year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 2year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.50) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 35year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 410year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.10) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 420year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 450year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 5100year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. 5200year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX.5500year recurrence based on GEV, maximum likelihood yy
9 An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.002) based on the GEV, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX.D2year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 2year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.50) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. D5year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. E10year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.10) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. <
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An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. E50year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. F100year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy;=
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX.F200year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. F500year recurrence based on logPearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.002) based on the logPearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. @2year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 2year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.50) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program CFA or MAX. @5year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihoodyy
An event with a 5year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.20) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX. A10year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 10year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.10) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX.A20year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 20year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.05) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX.A50year recurrence based on Pearson Type III<>, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 50year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.02) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX.B100year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 100year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.01) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX. B200year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 200year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.005) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX. B500year recurrence based on Pearson Type III, maximum likelihood yy
An event with a 500year recurrence interval (exceedance probability of 0.002) based on the Pearson Type III distribution, maximum likelihood estimate. Attribute added by program MAX. D.01 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.01 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 1 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .01. Attribute added by program LMOMNT. D.02 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.02 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 2 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .02. Attribute added by program LMOMNT. D.05 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.05 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 5 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .05. Attribute added by program LMOMN=?T. D.10 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.10 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 10 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .10. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.20 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.20 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 20 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .20. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.50 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.50 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 50 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .50. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.80 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.80 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 80 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .80. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.90 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.90 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 90 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .90. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.95 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.95 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 95 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .95. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.98 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.98 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments>@. 98 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .98. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.D.99 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmomentsyy
.99 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 99 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .99. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.E.995 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmoments yy
.995 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 99.5 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .995. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.E.998 quantile based on 3parameter lognormal distribution, Lmoments yy
.998 quantile based on the 3parameter lognormal distribution using Lmoments. 99.8 percent chance of being less than this value or a nonexceedance probability of .998. Attribute added by program LMOMNT.+Discharge exceeded 99 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 99 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 98 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 98 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 85 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 85 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 80 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 80 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 65 percent of the time. y
Discha?Arge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 65 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 60 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 60 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 55 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 55 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 45 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 45 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 40 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 40 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 35 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 35 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 30 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 30 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 20 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 20 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. +Discharge exceeded 15 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 15 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. *Discharge exceeded 5 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 5 percent of@ the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. *Discharge exceeded 2 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 2 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. *Discharge exceeded 1 percent of the time. y
Discharge, in cubic feet per second, exceeded 1 percent of the time. Calculated by daily flow duration, program swstat, option duration. <System date and time of dataset creation "yyyymmddhhmmss "> System date and time of dataset creation "yyyymmddhhmmss " ESystem date and time of last dataset modification "yyyymmddhhmmss " G System date and time of last dataset modification "yyyymmddhhmmss " "4day low flow, 3year recurrence y
Annual minimum 4day mean discharge, in cubic feet per second, for 3year recurrence interval, defined by logPearson Type III fitting. Day season begins
Beginning day of a user defined season that begins in the month specified by attribute SEASBG. Used with attributes SEASND and SEADND to define a specific time period, often a year. Day season ends
Ending day of a user defined season that ends in the month specified by attribute SEASND. Used with attributes SEASBG and SEADBG to define a specific time period, often a year. (Annual flood peak, 1.5 year recurrence.y
R Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 1.5 year recurrence interval. )Annual flood peak, 2.33 year recurrence. y
S Annual flood peak, in cubic feet per second, 2.33 year recurrence interval. C
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Enter VALUE: Enter INCREMENT: Enter MULTIPLE: Enter NUMBER OF CEROWS: Enter FIELD NUMBER:+ Options: "<" to cancel or "cr" to accept L Unable to INCREMENT, no value to increment by. Use any key to continue. REFRESH  refresh whole screen with current values LIMITS  refresh limits portion of screen UP  move up desired number of rows of data DOWN  move down desired number of rows of data F Unable to CHANGE, no value to change to. Use any key to continue. 9 Field number & contains values which are out of order. 0.0 0.0 0.03 INCREMENT the data in the window defined by Row (TOP,BOT) andField (LEF,RGT) Ranges. The TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT commandsare used to set the desired values to describe the window.When the GO command is used, all defined data values in thewindow will be incremented by VAL. (Use any key to continue). 1 MULTIPLY the data in the window defined by Row (TOP,BOT) andField (LEF,RGT) Ranges. The TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT commandsare used to set the desired values to describe the window.When the GO command is used, all defined data values in thewindow will be multiplied by VAL. (Use any key to continue). < COPY the rows of data described by Row Range (from) (TOP,BOT)to the rows of data described by Row Range (to) (NEWBEG,FINAL).The fields to be copied are described by Field Range (LEF,RGT).The TOP, BOTTOM, NEWBEG, FINAL, LEFT, RIGHT commands set thedesired values. GO will do the COPY. (Use any key to continue).4 CHANGE the data in the window defined by Row (TOP,BOT) andField (LEF,RGT) Ranges. The TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT commandsare used to set the desired values to describe the window.GO changes the top row to VAL and all additional rows will bechanged to VAL and incremented by INC. (Use any key to continue)' EDIT the data in the window described by row (TOP,BOT) andfield (LEF,RGT) ranges. The TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT commandsare used to set the desired values to describe the window.When GOD is used, the cursor will move to the top left ofthe window you wish to EDIT. (Use any key to continue). M ADD_CONST MULT_CONSTROWCOPY FIELDCOPY SUBSTITUTEFUNCTION ? CANCEL g ADD_CONST  increment defined values in window by a constantMULT_CONST  multiply defined values in window by a constantROWCOPY  copy rows of values from one window to anotherFIELDCOPY  copy values from one field to anotherSUBSTITUTE  chage values in window to a value and add incrementFUNCTION  perform desired mathematical functions on data % WDM FLAT ROWS FIELDS? CANCEL WDM  write data to WDM fileFLAT  write data to flat fileROWS  specify rows of data to write to fileFIELDS  specify fields of data to write to file GENERALFIELD ? CANCEL\ GENERAL  get general help for this screen of dataFIELD  get help for a specified field EDIT
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`*Output (&SO) v ( Name of output file? [@FILE...........................................................] @(@FILE `(UNKNOWN(SEQUENTIAL
(FORMATTED `Drop (&SD) Problem M Dataset number & is not in thedataset buffer and thus may not be Dropped. + & data sets are currently in the buffer.
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Browse (&SB) Select the source of the dataset numbers and the identifying information to be included. Source [@PRM1......] (Wdm, Buffer) Include [@PRM2......] (Description, Location, Period of record)@PRM1 `WDM, BUFFERWDM There are two sets of data sets that can be shown on the screen: those in thebuffer of already selected data sets, or all the data sets in the WDM file. APRM2 aDESCRIPTION, LOCATION, PERIOD DESCRIPTION$! There are three choices for identification information to be shown for eachdata set: "Description" will show the station description or station name andID number; "Location" gives latitudelongitudestatecounty information;"Period of record" displays the start and end date of the data.) 1 data set is currently in the buffer. , NO data sets are currently in the buffer. `Drop (&SD) Problem S There are currently no data sets in the buffer,thus, no data sets may be Dropped. `Input (&SI) Problem8 Problem reading input file containing dataset numbers.&`
Browse  & of & (&SB) WDM Description Add (y/n) no. type Tstype Description @P1 @PA................................................................... @P2 @PB..........................KM......................................... @P3 @PC................................................................... @P4 @PD................................................................... @P5 @PE................................................................... @P6 @PF................................................................... @P7 @PG................................................................... @P8 @PH...................................................................@P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH h If you want to add a data set to the buffer of active data sets, enter "yes."If you want to remove a previously selected data set from the buffer, enter"no." Data sets will only be added or removed from the buffer when the Acceptcommand is used to continue on to the next screen.#`
Browse  & of & (&SB) WDM Location Add State(y/n) no. type Tstype Latitude Longitude Elev code Station id @P1 @PA...................................................................... @P2 @PB...................................................................... @P3 @PC...................................................................... @P4 @PD...................................................................... @P5 @PE...................................................................... @P6 @PF...................................................................... @P7 @PG...................................................................... @P8 @PH...................................................................... @P1 LN`NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH h If you want to add a data set to the buffer of active data sets, enter "yes."If you want to remove a previously selected data set from the buffer, enter"no." Data sets will only be added or removed from the buffer when the Acceptcommand is used to continue on to the next screen.!`
Browse  & of & (&SB) WDM Period Add <Period of record> (y/n) no. type Tstype start end Station id @P1 @PA............................................................ @P2 @PB............................................................ @P3 @PC............................................................ @P4 @PD............................................................ @P5 @PE............................................................ @P6 @PF............................................................ @P7 @PG............................................................ @P8 @PH............................................................@P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH h If you want to add a data set to the buffer of active data sets, enter "yes."If you want to remove a previously selected data set from the buffer, enter"no." Data sets will only be added orMO removed from the buffer when the Acceptcommand is used to continue on to the next screen.`
Scan  & of & (&SS)< Load to buffer? Site description @P1 @PA............................................... @P2 @PB............................................... @P3 @PC............................................... @P4 @PD............................................... @P5 @PE............................................... @P6 @PF............................................... @P7 @PG............................................... @P8 @PH...............................................@P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH h If you want to add a site to the buffer of active sites, enter "yes."If you want to remove a previously selected site from the buffer, enter"no." Sites will only be added or removed from the buffer when the Acceptcommand is used to continue on to the next screen.)`
Browse  & of & (&SB) Buffer Description Keep (y/n) no. type Tstype Description @P1 @PA................................................................... @P2 @PB................................................................... @P3 @PC................................................................... @P4 @PD................................................................... @P5 @PE................................................................... @P6 @PF................................................................... @P7 @PG.................................................................NP.. @P8 @PH...................................................................@P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH hR If you want to remove a data set from the buffer of active data sets,enter "no." &`
Browse  & of & (&SB) Buffer Location Keep State(y/n) no. type Tstype Latitude Longitude Elev code Station id @P1 @PA...................................................................... @P2 @PB...................................................................... @P3 @PC...................................................................... @P4 @PD...................................................................... @P5 @PE...................................................................... @P6 @PF...................................................................... @P7 @PG...................................................................... @P8 @PH...................................................................... @P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH hR If you want to remove a data set from the buffer of active data sets,enter "no." $`
Browse  & of & (&SB) Buffer Period Keep <Period of record> (y/n) no. type TstypeOQ start end Station id @P1 @PA............................................................ @P2 @PB............................................................ @P3 @PC............................................................ @P4 @PD............................................................ @P5 @PE............................................................ @P6 @PF............................................................ @P7 @PG............................................................ @P8 @PH............................................................@P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH hR If you want to remove a data set from the buffer of active data sets,enter "no." `
List  & of & (&SL)< Keep in buffer? Site description @P1 @PA............................................... @P2 @PB............................................... @P3 @PC............................................... @P4 @PD............................................... @P5 @PE............................................... @P6 @PF............................................... @P7 @PG............................................... @P8 @PH...............................................@P1 `NO, YESNO AP2 aNO, YESNO AP3 aNO, YESNO BP4 bNO, YESNO BP5 bNO, YESNO CP6 cNO, YESNO CP7 cNO, YESNO DP8 dNO, YESNO DPA dEPB eEPRPC eFPD fFPE fGPF gGPG gHPH hJ If you want to remove a site from the buffer of active sites, enter "no." `Browse (&B) Problem The last data set selected on the previous screen was not placedin the dataset buffer. The maximum number of data sets&was previously selected.`Browse (&B) Problem The last & data sets selected on the previous screen were not placedin the dataset buffer. The maximum number of data sets&was previously selected.`
Drop (&SD) Enter up to @Q dataset numbers to Drop from the buffer. [@PRM2] [@PRM3] [@PRM4] [@PRM5] [@PRM6] [@PRM7] [@PRM8] [@PRM9] [@PRMA] [@PRMB] [@PRMC] [@PRMD] [@PRME] [@PRMF] [@PRMG] [@PRMH] [@PRMI] [@PRMJ] [@PRMK] [@PRML] [@PRMM] [@PRMN] [@PRMO] [@PRMP] @Q `24 APRM2 a}0 APRM3 a}0 BPRM4 b}0 BPRM5 b}0 CPRM6 c}0 CPRM7 c}0 DPRM8 d}0 DPRM9 d}0 EPRMA e}0 EPRMB e}0 FPRMC f}0 FPRMD f}0 GPRME g}0 GPRMF g}0 HPRMG h}0 HPRMH h}0 IPRMI i}0 IPRMJ i}0 JPRMK j}0 JPRML j}0 KPRMM k}0 KPRMN k}0 LPRMO l}0 LPRMP l}0 Each data set has a unique number that points directly to the data set.Enter up as many data sets as shown on the first line. Data sets numbersnot in the buffer will be ignoQSred. Those in the buffer will be removed. `"Find (&SF) " Select a dataset buffer Find option. (Execute with no domain or criteria selects all data sets.) Set domain for search: @Type  of data sets @Number  range of dataset numbers @Subset  of data sets in the buffer Specify criteria: @Attributes value range(s) for search Identify data sets: @Execute  search for data sets @Return  to the Select screen @ ` Type a Number a Subset b Attributes b Executec Return The domain of a search can be limited to a TYPE of data set, a rangeof dataset NUMBERs, or a SUBSET of the data sets currently in thedataset buffer. The selection of data sets may be restricted todata sets containing ATTRIBUTES that meet some criteria. `"Type (&SFT) Which type data set (or ALL)? @ u` ALla TImeseries a TAble b Vector b SPacetime
c ATtribute c Message Searches are done by dataset type. If you want to search on more than one type, enter ALL or cycle through this process more than once. At the end of searches for one of the types you can select the option to process another type. `
Attribute (&SFA) Which search attributes? [@PRM1.] [@PRM2.] [@PRM3.] [@PRM4.] [@PRM5.] [@PRM6.] [@PRM7.] [@PRM8.] (Enter HELP to get a list of attributes) @@PRM1 `A@PRM2 aA@PRM3 aB@PRM4 bB@PRM5 bC@PRM6 cC@PRM7 cD@PRM8 db Search attributes are identified by a 6 character code. For a listing of the codes, enter HELP. `"Attribute (&SFA) More conditions? @ D` No a Yes3 Enter 'Yes' to indicate more conditionals to use. `Attribute (&SFA) Problem Not a valid search attributeRT. `Execute (&SFE) Problem : Dataset buffer is full, no more data sets will be added. `Execute (&SFE) 0 & data sets without requested search attribute.`Execute (&SFE) * & data sets matching and added to buffer. `
Attribute (&SFA) For attribute @PRM4.: Minimum value for the attribute? [@PRM1..] Maximum value for the attribute? [@PRM2..] Add to buffer if TRUE or FALSE? [@PRM3..] @@PRM1 `999 A@PRM2 a999 A@PRM3 aTRUE,FALSE TRUE B@PRM4 b Enter range for attribute. Select TRUE if you want to select the data setwhen the attribute value for the data set is within the range specified.Select FALSE if you want to select the data sets with values that areoutside the specified range. `
Attribute (&SFA) For attribute @PRM4.: Minimum value for this attribute? [@PRM1..] Maximum value for this attribute? [@PRM2..] Add to buffer if TRUE or FALSE? [@PRM3..] @@PRM1 `yy999. A@PRM2 ayy999. A@PRM3 aTRUE,FALSE TRUE B@PRM4 b Enter range for attribute. Select TRUE if you want to select the data setwhen the attribute value for the data set is within the range specified.Select FALSE if you want to select the data sets with values that areoutside the specified range. `
Attribute (&SFA) Value for attribute @PRM2.? [@PRM1.....................................................................] Add to buffer if TRUE or FALSE? [@YoN..] @@PRM1 The value for the attribute. This is case sensitive, text must exactlymatch the value in the data set. For example, PEAK is not equal to peak. `A@YoN aTRUE,FALSE TRUE x! Enter: NO  if you want to select the data set when the attibute value for the data set equals theS value specified. YES  if you do not want to select the data set when the attribute value for the data set equals the value specified.If the data set is to be added to the buffer only when thecondition is not true, enter YES, else enter NO.A@PRM2 a`Execute (&SFE) & data sets which didn't match.`Execute (&SFE) & data sets checked. `
Number (&SFN) L Minimum DSN to search? @PRM1.. Maximum DSN to search? @PRM2..@@PRM1 `}1 G Data sets below the entered number will not be includedin the search. A@PRM2 a}32000 G! Data sets above the entered number will not be includedin the search. `Execute (&SFE) , & data sets matching but already in buffer.`"Attribute (&SFA) Additional 'OR' condition? @ D` No a Yes Up to 3 sets of OR conditions can be used. Each set, one of which you have just specified, is a sequence of AND and NOT conditions.`Find (&SF) & data sets in the buffer. `Subset (&SFS) Problem Buffer is empty, cannot subset.`Execute (&SFE) 6 Finding a subset of data sets in the dataset buffer. `Execute (&SFE) Finding data sets from & to &. `Execute (&SFE) Finding data sets of type: `Execute (&SFE) ! No search criteria will be used. `Execute (&SFE) Search criteria: ' NOT <= <= AND OR `Add/Input (&SA/I) Problem O Dataset number & is already in thedataset buffer and thus may not be Added. `Add/Input (&SA/I) Problem Z Dataset number & does not exist in the WDM fileand thus may not be added to the buffer. `Add/Input (&SA/I) Problem H Dataset buffer is full, dataset number &was not added to the buffer.V
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`"File (&F) Select a File option. @ ` Open  an existing WDM file a Close
 a WDM file a Build  and initialize a new WDM file
b Summarize  WDM file contentsb Return  one level up 2 See the ANNIE user's manual for more information. `
Build (&FB)m Enter the name for your new WDM file: @WDMFILE........................................................ @@WDMFILE `'STATUS: NEW, ACCESS: DIRECT, RECL: WDM `
Open (&FO) o Enter the name of an existing WDM file: @WDMFILE........................................................ @@WDMFILE `'STATUS: OLD, ACCESS: DIRECT,UW RECL: WDM  Error opening specified file. Error code: & File specified is blank. * Do you want to specify another file name? @ D` Yes<  return to the previous screen and enter another file namea No  return to the File screen`Open (&FO) Problem WDM file &is already open for use. Only one WDM file may be used at a time. If you want to open a different WDM file,first select the Close option from the File screen,and then select the Open option.`Close (&FC) Problem There is no WDM file open to be closed. To open a WDM file, select the Open option from theFile screen and provide the name of an existing WDM file, ORSelect the Build option from the File screenand enter the name of a WDM file to build.`Build (&FB) Problem WDM file &is already open for use. Only one WDM file may be used at a time,thus a WDM file may not be built right now. If you want to build a new WDM file,first select the Close option from the File screen,and then select the Build option.`Summarize (&FS) Problem There is no WDM file open to be summarized. To open a WDM file, select the Open option from theFile screen and provide the name of an existing WDM file, ORSelect the Build option from the File screenand enter the name of a WDM file to build.`Build (&FB)3 Your WDM file has been built and is ready for use. `Open (&FO) 1 WDM file &has been opened and is ready for use. `Close (&FC) WDM file &has been closed.`Close (&FC) Problem: Unable to successfully closeWDM file & Return code = & `Close (&FC) Problem There is no WDM file open to be closed. To open a WDM file, select the Open option from theFile screen and provide the name of an existing WDM file.`Summarize (&FS) Problem There is no WDM file open to be summarized. To open a WDM file, select the Open option from theFile screen and provide the name of an existing WDM fiVle.`Summary (&FS) General Summary
WDM file contains & records. Dataset Type Count No datasets present. ! Minimum dataset number is &. ! Maximum dataset number is &.   TOTAL h TIMESERIES TABLE SCHEMATIC PROJECT VECTOR RASTOR SPACETIME ATTRIBUTE MESSAGE ARC NODE
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 a WDM file
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Attributes (&SFA) Which search attribute [@PRM1...] (DONE  when finished entering search attributes) (HELP  for detailed information about specific attributes) @@PRM1 `r Search attributes are identified by a 6 character code. For a listing of the codes enter all 4 characters HELP. `Attributes (&SFA) Problem 7 Unknown or conflicting search attribute. Try again. R Attribute no. , is INTEGER REAL CHARACTER Length is , type is `
Help (&SFAHelp) ****** HELP MODE ****** Which search attribute for details [@PRM1...] (DONE  when finished getting help for search attribuXtes) @@PRM1 You're in loop to list definition and index number of attributes. Typing the first character or two will yield a list of all attributes matching that string. Type all characters of desired attribute or (DONE) to exit HELP MODE. ` Any string is allowed. Unable to give help on All attributes at once. Enter the first letter of the attribute in questionto see a list of any conflicting attribute names,OREnter enough of the attribute name to make it uniqueto get help information on the attribute. 4 Attribute index number & not found on message file.6 Conflicting attribute, could be any of the following: [
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SWW[_20020329110135 20020329110135 EMIFE NSoɽҽܽ'2=IRakvƾ%6gwֿ>QFg3a7Ww3jf TEXT MENU 1DDATA 2DDATA FILE STATUS HELP LIMITS TUTOR COMMANDSXPAD INSTRUCTERROR x Help Cmhlp AcceptPrev Guide LimitsStatusOops WindowMove View Top Jump Dnpg Uppg IntrptExit Zap Keys Quiet Xpad F B R Y N End of input from macro, ! now reading input from keyboard. " Too many macros currently in use. Enter macro name: Unable to open specified macro. Use any key to continue. Help display help in this box! Cmhlp display what you see here 5 Accept contents of current screen, go to next screen Prev go to previous screen ^`& Guide display tutorial for new users " Limits display limits in this box " Status display status in this box " Oops undo changes made in error " Window specify data to operate on ( Move move rows and/or columns of data View plot specified data 3 Top go to first (opening) screen of application Jump go to screen specifed ! Dn pg display more text or data % Up pg display previous text or data % Intrpt interrupt current calculation / Exit clean up and return to operating system Zap STOP right now Keys redefine function keys 5 Quiet turn off this box to allow more room for data Xpad use scratch pad Select an option using arrow keys then confirm selection with the F2 key, or Type the first letter of an option.H Additional characters required to select from highlighted options. Unknown option. 3 Undefined Function Key. ; Undefined command in this context. Enter a command by typing first letter of name or move highlight to desired command with left or right arrow, then 6 No more commands to the left 7 No more commands to the right 1 Unknown keystroke : 'Accept' command to go to next screen > Waiting for computer to complete a task j Space bar for more text, 'Accept' command to go to next screen g Page Down or Down Arrow for more text F3 to return to Data k Page Up or Up Arrow to review previous t_aext F3 to return to Data Page Down or Down Arrow for more text Page Up or Up Arrow to review previous text F3 to return to Data C Data values not in correct order for current field Invalid data input in highlighted field. Use 'Limits' command to see acceptable range, or 'Help' command to see field definition. Null data input, please enter data in highlighted field. Use 'Limits' command to see acceptable range, or 'Help' command to see field definition. ? No Help available for this field. < Default: Minimum: Maximum:
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Invalid: 3 Any integer is acceptable. 2 Any number is acceptable. 9 Any character string is acceptable. Enter data in highlighted field(s). Use carriage return or arrow keys to enter data and move between fields. Use 'Accept' command to go to next screen when done entering data. { Use cursor keys to define window of data. Enter desired operation when window is defined. x View data in highlighted field. Use 'Help' command to see field definition(s).H Current field is protected, data value may not be modified. The value for the number of rows for this 2dimensional parameter screen is zero, thus the screen is not able to be generated. l Page Down or Down Arrow for more scratch pad F3 to return to Datat Page Up or Up Arrow to review previous parts of scratch pad F3 to return to Data`b Page Down or Down Arrow for more scratch pad Page Up or Up Arrow to review previous parts of scratch pad F3 to return to Data Page Down or Down Arrow for more scratch pad Page Up or Up Arrow to review previous parts of scratch pad F3 to return to Data Option field: use space bar to toggle between ON (X) and OFF ( ). Use carriage return or arrow keys to move between fields. Use 'Accept' command to go to next screen when done entering data. Unable to toggle on option(s) as the number of allowable selected options for this set would be exceeded. Use the 'Help' command to see field definition. Not enough options selected for this set. Select more options within this set before continuing. Use the 'Help' command to see field definition. Use arrow keys to highlight the desired file. Press F2 or RETURN to confirm selection. Or use arrow keys to highlight one of the first 3 fields to change directory/wild card or to type a file name. u Enter a new directory search path. Press F2 or RETURN to confirm selection. v Enter a new wild card search string. Press F2 or RETURN to confirm selection. v Enter a pathname of an existing file. Press F2 or RETURN to confirm selection. File already exists for the file name entered in this data field. To open the file as a NEW file, you must specify to Overwrite the file. To do so, toggle ON the associated Overwrite field. File already exists for the file name entered in this data field. Overwriting or Appending to the file may be possible. Use Limits (F5) to see valid options for the field associateda with this file. File already exists for the file name entered in this data field. This file may not be opened as a NEW file as overwriting it is not permitted. File does not exist for the file name entered in this data field. Enter the name of an existing file or use wild card entries (e.g. *.dat) to display available files in the Limits window. File already in use for the file name entered in this data field. Enter the name of another file or use wild card entries (e.g. *.dat) to display other available files in the Limits window. Unable to open file specified by the name entered in this data field. Enter the name of another file or use wild card entries (e.g. *.dat) to display other available files in the Limits window. File name specified in this data field does not match any of the valid file names required for this file. To view the list of valid file names, use the Limits (F5) command.d