Description A stream gauge, stream gauge or gauging station is a location used by hydrologists or environmental scientists to monitor and test terrestrial bodies of water. Hydrometric measurements of water surface elevation ('stage') and/or volumetric discharge (flow) are generally taken and observations of biota may also be made. The location of gauging stations are often found on topographical maps.Discovered at the spillway along Plank Road, Forestburgh, NY (Sullivan County), following the flumes of the Mongaup.Composed in Photoshop with original textures.
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