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StreamStats Data-Collection Station Report


USGS Station Number 13139510
Station Name COMBINATION BIG WOOD R/SLOUGH AT HAILEY ID
 
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Descriptive Information

Station Type Peak Flow, partial record
Location
Gage
Regulation and Diversions
Regulated? Unknown
Period of Record
Remarks
Latitude (degrees NAD83) 43.51796
Longitude (degrees NAD83) -114.3203
Hydrologic unit code 17040219
County 013-Blaine
HCDN2009 No

       
Physical Characteristics

Characteristic Name Value Units Citation Number

Descriptive Information
High_Flow_Region_Code 5 dimensionless 303
High_Flow_Regression_Equation Yes Yes or No 303
Datum_of_Latitude_Longitude NAD83 dimensionless 30
District_Code 16 dimensionless 30
Precipitation Statistics
Mean_Annual_Precip_PRISM_1981_2010 29.5 inches 303
Temperature Statistics
Mean_January_Temperature 8.0000 degrees F 31
Mean_July_Temperature 53.000 degrees F 31
Topographical Characteristics
Latitude_of_Basin_Centroid 43.700 decimal degrees 31
Longitude_of_Basin_Centroid 114.420 decimal degrees 31
Mean_Basin_Elevation 7620.00 feet 31
Land Cover Characteristics
Percent_Forest 35.000 percent 31
Percent_Lakes_and_Ponds 0.0000 percent 31
Percent_Storage 0.0000 percent 31
Soil Properties
Soil_Infiltration 5.6000 inches 31
Stream Channel Properties
Main_Channel_Length 40.300 miles 31
Stream_Slope_10_and_85_Method 54.000 feet per mi 31
Basin Dimensional Characteristics
Contributing_Drainage_Area 640 square miles 30
Drainage_Area 627 square miles 303

 
Streamflow Statistics



Statistic Name


Value


Units

Citation Number


Preferred?
Years of Record Standard Error, percent
Variance log-10
Lower 95% Confidence Interval Upper 95% Confidence Interval
Start Date

End Date


Remarks

Peak-Flow Statistics
Mean_Annual_Flood 1410.00 cubic feet per second 31 Y
2_Year_Peak_Flood 2310 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
5_Year_Peak_Flood 3560 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
10_Year_Peak_Flood 4420 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
25_Year_Peak_Flood 5530 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
50_Year_Peak_Flood 6370 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
100_Year_Peak_Flood 7210 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
200_Year_Peak_Flood 8050 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
500_Year_Peak_Flood 9190 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
Systematic_peak_years 99 years 303 N
1_5_Year_Peak_Flood 1830 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
2_33_Year_Peak_Flood 2540 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
1_25_Year_Peak_Flood 1460 cubic feet per second 303 Y 99 10/1/1914 9/30/2013
Period_of_record_of_historic_peaks 99 years 303 N
Flood-Volume Statistics
7_Day_2_Year_Maximum 1900.00 cubic feet per second 31 Y
7_Day_10_Year_Maximum 3410.00 cubic feet per second 31 Y
7_Day_25_Year_Maximum 4090.00 cubic feet per second 31 Y
Low-Flow Statistics
7_Day_2_Year_Low_Flow 123.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
7_Day_10_Year_Low_Flow 87.800 cubic feet per second 31 Y
Flow-Duration Statistics
1_Percent_Duration 2930 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
2_Percent_Duration 2430 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
3_Percent_Duration 2140 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
5_Percent_Duration 1720 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
10_Percent_Duration 1140 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
15_Percent_Duration 811 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
20_Percent_Duration 578 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
25_Percent_Duration 427 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
30_Percent_Duration 338 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
35_Percent_Duration 284 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
40_Percent_Duration 251 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
45_Percent_Duration 226 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
50_Percent_Duration 205 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
55_Percent_Duration 190 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
60_Percent_Duration 177 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
65_Percent_Duration 168 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
70_Percent_Duration 160 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
75_Percent_Duration 151 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
80_Percent_Duration 142 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
85_Percent_Duration 132 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
90_Percent_Duration 122 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
95_Percent_Duration 110 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
97_Percent_Duration 101 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
98_Percent_Duration 96 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
99_Percent_Duration 87 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Annual Flow Statistics
Mean_Annual_Flow 446 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Stand_Dev_of_Mean_Annual_Flow 172 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Maximum_Annual_Mean_Flow 842 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Minimum_Annual_Mean_Flow 170 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Monthly Flow Statistics
January_Mean_Flow 147.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
January_STD 29.500 cubic feet per second 31 Y
February_Mean_Flow 145.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
February_STD 23.500 cubic feet per second 31 Y
March_Mean_Flow 171.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
March_STD 41.700 cubic feet per second 31 Y
April_Mean_Flow 518.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
April_STD 255.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
May_Mean_Flow 1230.00 cubic feet per second 31 Y
May_STD 595.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
June_Mean_Flow 1380.00 cubic feet per second 31 Y
June_STD 711.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
July_Mean_Flow 610.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
July_STD 374.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
August_Mean_Flow 243.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
August_STD 112.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
September_Mean_Flow 189.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
September_STD 66.400 cubic feet per second 31 Y
October_Mean_Flow 192.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
October_STD 57.100 cubic feet per second 31 Y
November_Mean_Flow 179.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
November_STD 41.400 cubic feet per second 31 Y
December_Mean_Flow 156.000 cubic feet per second 31 Y
December_STD 32.100 cubic feet per second 31 Y
General Flow Statistics
Minimum_daily_flow 15 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Maximum_daily_flow 6640 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Std_Dev_of_daily_flows 585 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Harmonic_Mean_Streamflow 212 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Mean_of_Logs_of_Daily_Values 2.443649 Log base 10 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Std_Dev_of_Logs_of_Daily_Values 0.373921 Log base 10 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Skew_of_Logs_of_Daily_Values 1.083478 Log base 10 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Non_Zero_Adjusted_Harmonic_Mean_Flow 212 cubic feet per second 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015
Probabillity Statistics
Probability_flow_durations_are_zero 0 dimensionless 325 Y 100 10/1/1915 9/30/2015

   
Citations

Citation Number Citation Name and URL

30 Imported from NWIS file
31 Imported from Basin Characteristics file
303 Wood, M.S., Fosness, R.L., Skinner, K.D., and Veilleux, A.G., 2016, Estimating peak-flow frequency statistics for selected gaged and ungaged sites in naturally flowing streams and rivers in Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 20165083, 56 p.
325 Granato G.E., Ries, K.G., III, and Steeves, P.A., 2017, Compilation of streamflow statistics calculated from daily mean streamflow data collected during water years 19012015 for selected U.S. Geological Survey streamgages: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 20171108, 17 p.