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John Desjardins 09-21-2000 09:09 AM

Quinapoxet & Stillwater river flow data
 
I ran across this web page last night and thought that others could benefit from it.

http://ma.water.usgs.gov/projects/Stillwater/quinapoxet_stageandtemp.htm

It gives more data than you normally get from the USGS. But, it leaves me with a question. What does the specific conductivity tell you about the water quality?

The temperature data makes me think that a couple of degrees colder & the holdover fishing will heat up.

juro 09-21-2000 03:13 PM

RE:Quinapoxet & Stillwater river flow data
 
John - thanks for the site, lots of great data.

<font color="0000ff">Pete... calling Pete the ex-fish doctor dude...</font><!--color-->

Hey, I know you're in the private sector now but I know deep down inside it's all about fish! http://216.71.206.188/images/flytalk/Wilk.gif

Any idea what specific conductivity means to fish?

(BTW - how'd you do at Joppa Saturday?)

Juro


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