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Big Creek

Big Creek

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located within Ocklawaha River Watershed

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Description

Explore general as well as scientific information about the movement, chemistry and biology of area surface water environments.

The data on this page indicate how fast the water is moving and how deep the water is on this water resource.

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Water Levels

Water levels typically follow rainfall patterns during periods of wet weather and drought. From these data, one can get a picture of how recent flood or drought events compare to historical data. Learn more about river water levels »

Water Levels NGVD29
Latest Value 5.65 ft. 10/2/2017 Source: USGS_NWIS
Historic Norm for Month 2.66 ft. 1958 - 2017
Historic Range 0.0 - 6.2 ft. 7/17/1958 - 10/2/2017 20,364 samples
FEMA Levels No Data
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Stream Flow and Levels

Stream level and flow data for Big Creek. Learn More about Stream Flow »

Stream Flow and Levels
River Flows Whole River Range Flows Data by Segment Levels Whole River Range Levels Data By Segment
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Source(s): Lake County, Orange County, Orange County, Orange County, St. Johns River Water Management District, St Johns River Water Mgmt. District, Southwest Florida Water Management District, USGS National Water Information System

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Download and/or graph water quality, hydrology, and rainfall trends using the data presented on the Atlas for use in your own analyses and reports.

 
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