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Substantial Flood Peaks in Texas

Peak streamflow and gage height for each station can be viewed by clicking on a red dot on the map or station name in the text links below the map. The elevation for each annual peak can be obtained by adding the peak gage height to the elevation for the gage datum above sea level.

Up-to-date files of annual-peak data also can be obtained on the internet at http://waterdata.usgs.gov/tx/nwis/peak

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TEXT LINKS OF STATIONS

Streamflow-gaging stations in Map Section 9

Rio Grande Basin
USGS Station 08373200 Cibolo Creek near Presidio
USGS Station 08373500 Rio Grande (LWR Presidio Station) above Presidio
USGS Station 08424500 Madera Canyon near Toyahvale
USGS Station 08431700 Limpia Creek above Fort Davis
USGS Station 08431800 Limpia Creek below Fort Davis
USGS Station 08432000 Limpia Creek near Fort Davis

 

Rio Grande Basin (continued)
USGS Station 08435600 Toronto Creek near Alpine
USGS Station 08435620 Alpine Creek at Alpine
USGS Station 08435660 Moss Creek near Alpine
USGS Station 08435700 Sunny Glen Canyon near Alpine
USGS Station 08437550 Lake Leon Tributary near Fort Stockton
USGS Station 08444400 Three Mile Mesa Creek near Fort Stockton

 

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