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Surface Water Conditions in the McMullen Valley Basin

Flood ALERT equipment in the basin is shown in Table 7.5-2.  Reservoir and stockpond data, including maximum storage or maximum surface area, are shown in Table 7.5-3. Flood ALERT equipment and USGS runoff contours are shown on Figure 7.5-4.  There are no USGS streamflow gages in this basin.  Descriptions of stream, reservoir and stockpond data sources and methods are found in Volume 1, Appendix A. 

Flood ALERT Equipment

  • Refer to Table 7.5-2.
  • As of October 2005 there were eight stations in this basin.

Reservoirs and Stockponds

  • Refer to Table 7.5-3.
  • There are no large reservoirs in this basin.
  • Surface water is stored or could be stored in two small reservoirs. 
  • There are 146 registered stockponds in this basin.

Runoff Contour

  • Refer to Figure 7.5-4.
  • Average annual runoff is highest, 0.2 inches per year or 10.66 acre-feet per square mile, in the easternmost portion of the basin and decreases to 0.1 inches, or 5.33 acre-feet per square mile, in the remainder of the basin.

 

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Table 7.5-2 Flood ALERT Equipment in the McMullen Valley Basin

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Table 7.5-3 Reservoirs and Stockponds in the McMullen Valley Basin

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Figure 7.5-4 McMullen Valley Basin Surface Water Conditions

 

 

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