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Pennsylvania Real-time Water Quality

Computed discharge


Discharge is a measure of the flow rate of a stream, creek, or river. In almost all cases, the measurement is made indirectly by using gage height and a rating-table approach to compute discharge.

Stations That Measure or Compute Continuous Computed discharge

Click a station to view measurements of computed discharge.

Station Name Station Identifier
French Creek near Phoenixville, PA 01472157
Valley Creek at PA Turnpike Bridge near Valley Forge, PA 01473169
White Clay Creek near Strickersville, PA 01478245
Red Clay Creek near Kennett Square, PA 01479820
West Branch Brandywine Creek near Honey Brook, PA 01480300
West Branch Brandywine Creek at Modena, PA 01480617
East Branch Brandywine Creek below Downingtown, PA 01480870
Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford, PA 01481000

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