|usgs reservoir levels oregon||0.18||0.8||9242||97|
|current reservoir levels oregon||1.54||0.1||5158||83|
|oregon water reservoir levels||0.17||0.2||6315||63|
|southern oregon reservoir levels||0.78||0.8||6897||90|
|reservoir levels eastern oregon||1.29||0.1||250||95|
|reservoir levels central oregon||1.76||0.6||2741||19|
|usgs river levels oregon||1.38||0.8||6172||37|
|oregon reservoirs water level||1.31||0.3||4583||89|
|oregon water levels usgs||0.23||0.1||4318||16|
|central oregon reservoir water levels||1.97||0.3||8947||37|
|usgs river level oregon||0.16||0.4||4233||16|
|current river levels oregon usgs||0.79||0.1||85||84|
|lake levels in oregon||0.69||0.7||2374||38|
|lake levels in southern oregon||0.91||0.3||941||87|
|usgs water data oregon||1.19||0.5||9921||40|
Examples of these reservoirs are found in the upper Skagit River, the Baker River, the Nisuqaully River, and the Cowlitz River. The most recent data for lakes and reservoirs in Washington State are available from many sources, such as the: Corps of Engineers.What is happening with the USGS water network?
ALERT! USGS will be performing an upgrade to their network on Thursday, November 17, 2022, starting at 10:00pm EST. During the maintenance period, the Water Data for the Nation web portal and water services will be accessible; however, delivery of the most recent time-series data and WaterAlert notifications will be disrupted.What is a downstream reservoir?
This a reservoir which is used to moderate the fluctuations in outflow from a larger upstream reservoir used for power generation. The downstream, or reregulating reservoir, is operated to absorb the fluctuations and release the flow in a more controlled manner.