BRANCH RIVER

BRANCH RIVER

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Maximum discharge along the river is currently at the reporting a streamflow rate of cfs. This is also the highest stage along the Branch River, with a gauge stage of ft at this location. This river is monitored from 1 different streamgauging stations along the Branch River, the highest being situated at an altitude of ft, the .

The Branch River is a tributary of the Manitowoc River, located in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. It is about 20 miles long and has a drainage area of approximately 143 square miles. The river's name is derived from the many branches that form the main stream. The hydrology of the river is characterized by a moderate gradient, with riffles and pools present throughout the length of the river. There are two major reservoirs on the river, the Collins Marsh Reservoir and the Mill Creek Reservoir. These reservoirs are used for recreational purposes such as fishing, boating, and camping. The river also has significance in agriculture, as it provides water for fields and farms in the surrounding area. The Branch River has a rich history, with evidence of Native American settlements and early European explorers and settlers.

July 21, 2024

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Streamgauge Streamflow Gauge Stage 24hr Change (%) % Normal Minimum (cfs) Maximum (cfs) Air Temp Elevation
Branch River At Forestdale
USGS 01111500
28 cfs 2 ft -15.77

Regional Streamflow

39

Cubic Feet Per Second

15

Cubic Feet Per Second

263

Cubic Feet Per Second

800

Cubic Feet Per Second

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The Potomac River ( (listen)) is found within the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and flows from the Potomac Highlands into the Chesapeake Bay. The river (main stem and North Branch) is approximately 405 miles (652 km) long, with a drainage area of about 14,700 square miles (38,000 km2). In terms of area, this makes the Potomac River the fourth largest river along the Atlantic coast of the United States and the 21st largest in the United States. Over 5 million people live within the Potomac watershed.
The river forms part of the borders between Maryland and Washington, D.C., on the left descending bank and West Virginia and Virginia on the river's right descending bank. The majority of the lower Potomac River is part of Maryland. Exceptions include a small tidal portion within the District of Columbia, and the border with Virginia being delineated from "point to point" (thus various bays and shoreline indentations lie in Virginia). Except for a small portion of its headwaters in West Virginia, the North Branch Potomac River is considered part of Maryland to the low water mark on the opposite bank. The South Branch Potomac River lies completely within the state of West Virginia except for its headwaters, which lie in Virginia.



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