MARLIN RUN AT MARLINTON

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


The Marlin Run in Marlinton, WV has a rich history dating back to the 1800s when it was used to power a sawmill. Today, it serves as a popular recreational spot for kayaking and fishing enthusiasts. The Marlin Run is a tributary of the Greenbrier River and is fed by surface flow and snowpack from nearby mountains. The surrounding area is primarily used for agriculture, with a focus on hay production and livestock grazing. The Marlin Run is also used for irrigation purposes, providing water to nearby farms. The hydrology of the Marlin Run has been impacted by human activity, including logging and mining, but efforts are being made to restore the health of the waterway.

June 22, 2024

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Gage Height, Ft 24hr Change -0.07%
Percent of Normal 100%
Minimum 29.02 ft
2011-08-19
Maximum 33.79 ft
2010-05-17
Average 30 ft
Dam_Height 71
Hydraulic_Height 65
Drainage_Area 1.25
Year_Completed 1961
Nid_Storage 342
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Foundations Rock, Soil
Surface_Area 2
Hazard_Potential High
Outlet_Gates Uncontrolled
River_Or_Stream MARLIN RUN
Dam_Length 760
Nid_Height 71

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