USGS

Lake Studies

  • Project Team
    • Dale M. Robertson, Research Hydrologist (Team Leader, Limnology)
    • Paul F. Juckem, Groundwater Scientist
    • Ben Siebers, Hydrologic Technician
    • Eric Dantoin, Hydrologic Technician
    • S. Bridgett Manteufel, Hydrologist
    • Daniel L. Olson, Hydrologic Technician
    • William J. Rose, Emeritus Scientist
    • Herbert S. Garn, Emeritus Scientist
    • Gerald Goddard, Emeritus Scientist

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Lake Studies

The Lake Studies team provides scientifically-based information to determine the effective management actions to protect or restore lakes.

2013

Hunt, R.J., Walker, J.F., Selbig, W.R., Westenbroek, S.M., and Regan, R.S., 2013, Simulation of climate-change effects on streamflow, lake water budgets, and stream temperature using GSFLOW and SNTEMP, Trout Lake Water­shed, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2013–5159, 118 p.

Juckem, P.J., and Robertson, D.M., 2013, Hydrology and water quality of Shell Lake, Washburn County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on the effects of diversion and changes in water level on the water quality of a shallow  terminal lake: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2013-5181, 77 p.

Meyer, M.W., Walker, J.F., Kenow, K.P., Rasmussen, P.W., Garrison, P.J., Hanson, P.C., Hunt, R.J., 2013. Potential effects of climate change on inland glacial lakes and implications for lake-dependent biota in Wisconsin: final report April 2013. Focus on Energy , x, 166 p.

Watras, C.J., Morrow, M., Morrison, K., Scannell, S., Yaziciaglu, S., Read, J.S., Hu, Y.H., Hanson, P.C.,Kratz, T.K., 2013. Evaluation of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) for remote wetland monitoring: Design and initial results. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. doi:10.1007/s10661-013-3424-8

2012

Juckem, P.F., Reneau, P.C., and Robertson, D.M., 2012, Estimation of natural historical flows for the Manitowish River near Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Invest. Report 2012–5135. 42 p.

Robertson, D.M., Garn, H.S., Rose, W.J., Juckem, P.J., and Reneau, P.C., 2012, Hydrology, water quality, and response to simulated changes in phosphorus loading of Mercer Lake, Iron County, Wisconsin, with emphasis on effects of wastewater discharges on water quality: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5134, 58 p.

Robertson, D.M., Garn, H.S., Rose, W.J., Juckem, P.J., and Reneau, P.C., 2012, Hydrology, water quality, and response to simulated changes in phosphorus loading of Mercer Lake, Iron County, Wisconsin, with emphasis on effects of wastewater discharges on water quality: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5134, 58 p.

2011

Robertson, D.M. and Rose, W.J., 2011, Response in the trophic state of stratified lakes to changes in hydrology and water level: potential effects of climate change: Journal of Water and Climate Change, vol. 2. No. 1, p. 1-18.

2010

Garn, H.S., Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., and Saad, D.A., 2010, Hydrology, water quality, and response to changes in phosphorus loading of Minocqua and Kawaguesaga Lakes, Oneida County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on effects of urbanization: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5196, 54 p.

2009

Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., and Juckem, P.F., 2009, Water quality and hydrology of Whitefish (Bardon) Lake, Douglas County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on responses of an oligotrophic seepage lake to changes in phosphorus loading and water level: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5089, 41 p.

Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., and Fitzpatrick, F.A., 2009, Water quality and hydrology of Silver Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on responses of a terminal lake to changes in phosphorus loading and water level: U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5077, 38 p.

2008

Robertson, D.M., and Rose, W.J., 2008, Water quality, hydrology, and simulated response to changes in phosphorus loading of Butternut Lake, Price and Ashland Counties, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on the effects of internal phosphorus loading in a polymictic lake: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5053, 46 p.

Robertson, D.M., and Schladow, S.G., 2008, Response in the water quality in the Salton Sea to changes in phosphorus loading: An empirical modeling approach: Hydrobiologia, v. 604, p. 5–19. doi:10.1007/s10750-008-9321-4

Robertson, D.M., Schladow, S.G., and Holdren, G.C., 2008, Long-term changes in the phosphorus loading to and trophic state of the Salton Sea: Hydrobiologia, v. 604, p. 21–36. doi:10.1007/s10750-008-9312-5

Chung, E., Schladow, S.G., Perez-Losada, J., and Robertson, D.M., 2008. A linked hydrodynamic and water quality model for the Salton Sea: Hydrobiologia, v. 604, p. 57–75. doi:10.1007/s10750-008-9311

2007

Robertson, D.M., Garn, H.S., and Rose, W.J., 2007, Response of calcareous Nagawicka Lake, Wisconsin, to changes in phosphorus loading. Lake and Reservoir Management, Vol. 23, p. 298-312.

Walker, J.F., Saad, D.A., and Hunt, R.J., 2007, Dynamics of CFCs in northern temperate lakes and adjacent groundwater. Water Resources. Research 43(4) W04423, http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2007/2005WR004647.shtml

2006

Hunt, R.J., Greb, S.R., Graczyk, D.J., 2006, Evaluating the effects of nearshore development on Wisconsin lakes. USGS Fact Sheet FS 2006-3033, 4 p. HTML

Garn, H.S., Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., Goddard, G.L., and Horwatich, J.A., 2006, Water quality, hydrology, and response to changes in phosphorus loading of Nagawicka Lake, a calcareous lake in Waukesha County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report: 2006–5273. HTML - PDF

Magnuson, J.J., Benson, B.J., Lenters, J.D, and Robertson, D.M., 2006, Climate driven variability and change, Chapter 7, in Magnuson, J.J., Kratz, T.K, and Benson, B.J., eds. Long-term dynamics of lakes in the landscape, Oxford University Press, p 123–150.

Saad, D.A., 2005, Pesticides in surface water, bed sediment, and ground water adjacent to commercial cranberry bogs, Lac du Flambeau Reservation, Vilas County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5262, 29 p. HTML - PDF

2005

Hunt, R.J., Feinstein, D.T., Pint, C.D., and Anderson, M.P., 2005, The importance of diverse data types to calibrate a watershed model of the Trout Lake Basin, northern Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Hydrology 321(1-4):286-296. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2005.08.005

Marzolf, G.R., and Robertson, D.M., 2005, Reservoir, in Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences: Anderson, M.G., and McDonnell, J.J., eds., v. 4, part 9, John Wiley & Sons, p. 1675-1680.

Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., and Saad, D.A., 2005, Water quality, hydrology, and phosphorus loading to Little St. Germain Lake, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on the effects of winter aeration and ground-water inputs: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5071, 36 p. HTML - PDF

2004

Dupre, D.H., and Robertson, D.M., 2004, Water quality of Nippersink Creek and Wonder Lake, McHenry County, Illinois, 1994-2001: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5085. PDF

Rose, W.J., Robertson, D.M., and Mergener, E.A., 2004, Water Quality, Hydrology, and the Effects of Changes in Phosphorus Loading to Pike Lake, Washington County, Wisconsin, with Special Emphasis on Inlet-to-Outlet Short-Circuiting: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5141, 32 p. HTML - PDF

2003

Dunning, C.P., Thomas, J.C., and Lin, Y-F., 2003, Simulation of the Shallow Aquifer in the Vicinity of Silver Lake, Washington County, Wisconsin, Using Analytic Elements: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4204, 29 p. HTML - DJVU

Fitzpatrick, F.A., Garrison, P.J., Fitzgerald, S.A., and Elder, J.F., 2003, Nutrient, Trace-Element, and ecological history of Musky Bay, Lac Courte Oreilles, Wisconsin, as inferred from sediment cores: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4225, 141 p. HTML - DJVU

Fitzpatrick, F.A., and Peppler, M.C., 2003, Sedimentation and sediment chemistry, Neopit Mill Pond, Menominee Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, 2001: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-23, 58 p. DJVU

Garn, H.S., Elder, J.F., and Robertson, D.M., 2003, Why study lakes? An overview of U.S. Geological Survey lake studies in Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-063-03, 8 p. HTML - PDF - DJVU

Graczyk, D.G., Hunt, R.J., Greb, S.R., Buchwald, C.A., and Krohelski, J.T., 2003, Hydrology, water quality, and yields, from near-shore flows to four lakes in northern Wisconsin, 1999-2001, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4144. 64 p. HTML

Hunt, R.J., 2003, Ground water-lake interaction modeling using the LAK3 Package for MODFLOW2000: Ground Water, vol. 41, no. 2, p. 114-118.

Hunt, R.J., Haitjema, H.M., Krohelski, J.T., and Feinstein, D.T., 2003, Simulating ground water-lake interactions: approaches and insights: Ground Water, vol. 41, no. 22, p. 227-237.

Hunt, R.J., Pint, C.D., and Anderson, M.P., 2003, Using Diverse Data Types to Calibrate a Watershed Model of the Trout Lake Basin, Northern Wisconsin, p.600-604, In: MODFLOW and More 2003: Understanding through Modeling :   Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center . Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Hunt, R.J., Saad, D.A., and Chapel, D.M., 2003, Numerical Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in La Crosse County, Wisconsin and into Nearby Pools of the Mississippi River . U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4154. 36 p. HTML

John, R., Pint, C.D., Anderson, M.P., and Hunt, R.J., 2003, The Effects of Potential Climate Change on Lake Levels and Lake Capture Zones, p. 212-216, In MODFLOW and More 2003: Understanding through Modeling :   Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center . Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Magnuson, J.J., Krohelski, J.T., Kunkel, K.E., and Robertson, D.M., 2003, Wisconsin 's waters and climate: historical changes and possible futures: In Wisconsin 's waters: a confluence of perspectives. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy, p. 23-36.

Pint, C.D., Hunt, R.J., and Anderson, M.P., 2003, Flow path delineation and ground water age, Allequash Basin, Wisconsin : Ground Water, vol. 41, no. 7, p. 895-902.

Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., and Garn, H.S., 2003, Water quality and the effects of changes in phosphorus loading, Red Cedar Lakes, Barron and Washburn Counties, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4238, 42 p. HTML

Robertson, D.M., Rose, W.J., and Saad, D.A., 2003, Water quality and the effects of changes in phosphorus loading to Muskellunge Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4011, 18 p. HTML

2002

Anderson, M.P., Hunt, R.J., Krohelski, J.T., and Chung, K., 2002, Using high hydraulic conductivity nodes to simulate seepage lakes: Ground Water 40(2), p. 119-124.

Garn, H. S., 2002, Effects of lawn fertilizer on nutrient concentration in runoff from lakeshore lawns, Lauderdale Lakes, Wisconsin : USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4130, 6 p. HTML PDF

Kelson, V.A., Hunt, R.J., and Haitjema, H.M., 2002, Improving a regional model using reduced complexity and parameter estimation: Ground Water 40(2), p. 138-149.

Krohelski, J.T., Lin, Y., Rose, W.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2002, Simulation of Fish, Mud and Crystal Lakes and the shallow ground-water system, Dane County, Wisconsin: USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4014. PDF DJVU

Krohelski, J.T., Rose, W.J., and Hunt, R.J., 2002, Hydrologic investigation of Powell Marsh and its relationship to Dead Pike Lake Vilas County, Wisconsin: USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4034. PDF DJVU

Madenjian, C.P., Fahenstiel, G.L., Johengen, T.H., Nalepa, T.F., Venderploeg, H.A., Fleischer, G.W., Schneeberger, P.J., Benjamin, D.M., Smith, E.B., Bence, J.R., Rutherford, E.S., Lavis, D.S., Robertson, D.M., Jude, D.J., and Ebener, M.P., 2002, Dynamics of the Lake Michigan food web, 1970-2000: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 59, p. 736-753.

Robertson, D.M., Goddard, G.L, Mergerer, E.A., Rose, W.J., and Garrison, P.J., 2002, Hydrology and water quality of Geneva Lake, Walworth County, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 02-4039, 73 p. HTML DJVU

Robertson, D.M., and Lenz, B.N., 2002, Response of the St. Croix River Pools, Wisconsin and Minnesota, to various phosphorus-loading scenarios: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4181, 36 p. HTML DJVU

2001

Hunt, R.J., Bradbury, K.R., and Krohelski, J.T., 2001, The effects of large-scale pumping and diversion on the water resources in Dane County, Wisconsin : USGS Fact Sheet FS-127-01, 4 p. DJVU PDF

Hunt, R.J., Haitjema, H.M., Krohelski, J.T., and Feinstein, D.T., 2001, Simulating groundwater-lake interactions with models: MODFLOW and analytic element approaches.  p. 328-334 in MODFLOW 2001 and Other Modeling Odysseys:  Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Lin, Y., Krohelski, J.T., and Hunt, R.J., 2001, Simulation of lake stage in two seepage lakes in southcentral Wisconsin using the LAK3 package for MODFLOW. p. 411-417 in MODFLOW 2001 and Other Modeling Odysseys: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

2000

Elder, J.F., Robertson, D.M., and Garrison, P.J., 2000, Chemical composition of surficial deposits in Geneva Lake, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-121-00. HTML DJVU

Elder J.F., Rybicki, N.B., Carter, V.P., and Weintraub, V., 2000, Sources and yields of dissolved carbon in northern Wisconsin stream catchments with differing amounts of peatland: Wetlands, Vol. 20, No. 1, p.113-125.

Hunt, R.J., Graczyk, D.J., and Rose, W.J., 2000, Water flows in the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-068-00, 4 p. HTML DJVU

Hunt, R.J., Lin, J., Krohelski, J.T., and Juckem, P.F., 2000, Simulation of the shallow hydrologic system in the vicinity of Middle Genesee Lake, Wisconsin, using analytic elements and parameter estimation: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4136,16 p. HTML DJVU

Lathrop, R.C., Carpenter, S.R., and Robertson, D.M., 2000, Interacting factors causing exceptional water clarity in Lakes Mendota and Monona, Wisconsin, Proc. of the International Limnological Society, SIL, Dublin, Ireland, August, 1998.

Magnuson, J.J., Robertson, D.M. Wynne, R.H., Benson, B.J., Livigstone, D.M., Arai, T., Assel, R.A., Barry, R.G., Card, V., Kuusisto, E., Granin, N.G., Prowse, T.D., Stewart, K.M., and Vuglinski, V.S., 2000, Historical Trends in Lake and River Ice Cover in the Northern Hemisphere: Science, Vol. 289, No. 5485, p. 1743-1746.

Magnuson, J.J., Wynne, R.H., Benson, B.J., and Robertson, D.M., 2000, Lake and river ice as a powerful indicator of past and present climates, Proc. of the International Limnological Society, SIL, Dublin, Ireland, August, 1998.

Robertson, D.M., 2000, One-dimensional simulation of stratification and dissolved oxygen in McCook Reservoir, Illinois : U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4258, 17 p. HTML DJVU

Robertson, D.M., Goddard, G.L., Helsel, D.R., and MacKinnon, K.L., 2000, Rehabilitation of Delavan Lake, Wisconsin : Lake and Reservoir Management, Vol. 20, No. 3, p. 155-176.

Robertson, D.M., and Rose, W.J., 2000, Hydrology, water quality, and phosphorus loading of Little St. Germain Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4209, 8 p. HTML DJVU

Robertson, D.M., Wynne, R.H., and Chang, W.Y.B., 2000, Variability in ice cover across the northern hemisphere during the 1900's associated with El Nino events, Proceedings of the International Limnological Society, SIL, Dublin, Ireland, August, 1998.

Saad, D.A., and Robertson, D.M., 2000, Water-resources-related information for the St. Croix Reservation and vicinity, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4133, 65 p. HTML DJVU

Johnson, G.P., Hornewer, N.J., Robertson, D.M., and Olson, D.T., 2000, Methodology, data collection, and data analysis for determination of water-mixing patterns induced by aerators and mixers, U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4101, 72 p. PDF

Grannemann, N.G., Hunt, R.J., Nicholas, J.R. Reilly, T.E., and Winter, T.C., 2000, The importance of ground water to the Great Lakes Region: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4008, 12 p. HTML DJVU

1999

Lathrop, R.C., Carpenter, S.R., and Robertson, D.M., 1999, Summer water clarity responses to phosphorus, Daphnia grazing, and internal mixing in Lake Mendota, Limnology and Oceanography, Vol. 44(1), p. 137-146.

Krohelski, J.T., Feinstein, D.T., and Lenz, B.N., 1999, Simulation of stage and hydrologic budget for Shell Lake, Washburn County, Wisconsin, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4209, 23 p. HTML DJVU

Panuska, J.C., and Robertson, D.M., 1999, Estimating phosphorus concentrations following alum treatment using apparent settling velocities, Lakes and Reservoir Management, Vol. 15(1), p. 28-38.

1998

Hunt, R.J, Anderson, M.P., and Kelson, V.A., 1998, Improving a complex finite-difference ground water flow model through the use of an analytic element screening model, Ground Water, Vol. 36, No. 6, p. 1011-1017.

Hunt, R.J, Anderson, M.P., and Kelson, V.A., 1998, Linking an analytic element flow code to MODFLOW - Implementation and benefits. p. 477-504 in MODFLOW'98: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the International Ground Water Center. Golden, CO: Colorado School of Mines.

Krabbenhoft, D.P., Gilmour, C.C., Benoit, J.M., Babiarz, C.L., Andren, A.W., and Hurley, J.P., 1998, Methyl mercury dynamics in littoral sediments of a temperate lake, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 55, p. 835-844.

Robertson, D.M., Elder, J.F., Goddard, G.L., and James, W.F., 1998, Dynamics in phosphorus retention in wetlands upstream of Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Lakes and Reservoir Management, Vol. 14, No. 4, p. 466-477.

Rose, W.J., and Robertson, D.M., 1998, Hydrology, water quality, and phosphorus loading of Kirby Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-066-98, 4 p. HTML DJVU

Walker, J.F. and Krabbenhoft, D.P., 1998, Groundwater and surface-water interactions in riparian and lake-dominated systems, in Kendall, C. and McDonnell, J.J. eds., Isotope tracers in catchment hydrology, Elsevier Publishing, New York, 839 P.

1997

Elder, J.F., Manion, B.J., and Goddard, G.L., 1997, Mesocosm experiments to assess factors affecting phosphorus retention and release in an extended Wisconsin wetland: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4272, 14 p. DJVU

Goddard, G.L., and Elder, J.F., 1997, Retention of sediments and nutrients in Jackson Creek Wetland near Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1993-95, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4014, 22 p. DJVU

Hornewer, N.J., Johnson, G.P., Robertson, D.M. and Hondzo, M., 1997, Field-scale tests for determining mixing patterns associated with coarse-bubble air diffuser configurations, Egan Quarry, Illinois, In: Environmental and Coastal Hydraulics: Protecting the Aquatic Habitat, Proceedings of the International Association of Hydraulic Research, San Francisco, CA, USA, p. 57-63.

Robertson, D.M., 1997, Regionalized loads of sediment and phosphorus to Lakes Michigan and Superior - High flow and long-term average, Journal of Great Lakes Research, Vol. 23, p. 416-439.

1996

Anderson, W.L., Robertson, D.M., and Magnuson, J.J., 1996, Evidence of recent warming and El Nino-related variation in ice breakup of Wisconsin lakes, Limnology and Oceanography, Vol. 41, p. 815-821.

Elder, J.F. and Goddard, G.L., 1996, Sediment and nutrient trapping efficiency of a constructed wetland near Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1993-1995: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-232-96. HTML DJVU

Garn, H.S., Olson, D.L., Seidel, T.L., and Rose, W.J., 1996, Hydrology and water quality of Lauderdale Lakes, Walworth County, Wisconsin, 1993-94: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 96-4235, 29 p. DJVU

Hunt, R.J. and Krohelski, J.T., 1996, The application of an analytical element model to investigate groundwater-lake interactions at Pretty Lake, Wisconsin, Lake and Reservoir Management, Vol. 12, p. 487-495.

Imberger, J., Robertson, D.M., and Boland, K., 1996, Lake Number: A quantitative indicator of mixing to be used in water quality management. Scientific Impeller, Solna, Sweden, No. 4, p. 9-15.

Kammerer, P.A., Jr., 1996, Hydrology and water quality of Park Lake, South-central Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-197-96. DJVU

Robertson, D.M., Field, S.J, Elder, J.F., Goddard, G.L., and James, W.F., 1996, Phosphorus dynamics of Delavan Lake Inlet in southeastern Wisconsin . U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 96-4160, 18 p. DJVU

1995

Assel, R.A. and Robertson, D.M. 1995, Changes in winter air temperatures near Lake Michigan during 1851 - 1993, as determined from regional lake-ice records, Limnology and Oceanography, v. 40, p 165-176.

Assel, R.A., Robertson, D.M., Hoff, M.H., and Selgeby, J.H., 1995, Climatic-change implications from long-term (1823-1994) ice records near the Laurentian Great Lakes: Annals of Glaciology, v. 21, p. 383-386.

Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Webster, K.E., 1995, Transient hydrogeological controls on the chemistry of a seepage lake: Water Resources Research, v. 31, no. 9, p. 2295-2305.

Krohelski, J.T. and Batten, W.G., 1995, Simulation of stage and the hydrologic budget of Devils Lake, Sauk County, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-348, 22 p. DJVU

Wentz, D.A., Rose, W.J., and Webster, K.E., 1995, Long-term hydrologic and biogeochemical responses of a soft water seepage lake in north central Wisconsin : Water Resources Research, v. 31, no. 1, p 199-212.

1994

Elder, J.F., 1994, Distribution and grain-size partitioning of metals in bottom sediments of an experimentally acidified lake: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 30, no. 2, p. 251-259.

Goddard, G.L., and Field, S.J., 1994, Hydrology and water quality of Whitewater and Rice Lakes in southeastern Wisconsin, 1990-91: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 94-4101, 36 p. DJVU

Greb, S.R., and Wentz, D.A., 1994, Chemical budgets, in Klepinger, K.E., ed., RILWAS 1983-86: Wisconsin Regional Integrated Lake Watershed Acidification Study, Volume 1: Madison, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, PUBL-RS-909-94, Chapter 7, 20 p.

Hurley, J.P., Krabbenhoft, D.P., Babiarz, C.L., and Andren, A.W., 1994, Cycling processes of mercury across sediment/water interfaces in seepage lakes, in Baker, L.A. ed., Environmental Chemistry of Lakes and Reservoirs: Advances in Chemistry Series, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., p. 426-449.

Krabbenhoft, D.P., Bowser, C.J., Kendall, C., and Gat, J.R., 1994, Use of oxygen-19 and deuterium to assess the hydrology of ground-water/lake systems, in Baker, L.A. ed., Environmental Chemistry of Lakes and Reservoirs: Advances in Chemistry Series, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., p. 67-90.

Robertson, D.M., Anderson, W., and Magnuson, J.J., 1994, Relations between El Nino/Southern Oscillation events and the climate and ice cover of lakes in Wisconsin. P 48-57, in Greenland, D. ed., El Nino and Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites: Publication No. 18. LTER Network Office: University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA., 57 p.

Robertson, D.M. and Imberger, J. 1994, Lake Number, a quantitative indicator of mixing used to estimate changes in dissolved oxygen, Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie, v. 79, p. 159-176.

Watras, C.J., Bloom, N.S., Hurley, J.P., Fitzgerald, W.F., Andren, A.W., Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Porcella, D.B., 1994, Sources and fates of mercury and methylmercury in Wisconsin lakes, in Watras and Huckabee eds., Mercury as a Global Pollutant: Intergration and Synthesis, Lewis Pub., Chelsea, MI., p 153-177.

Wentz, D.A., 1994, Chemistry of snowpack and ground water, in Klepinger, K.E., ed., RILWAS 1983-86: Wisconsin Regional Integrated Lake Watershed Acidification Study, Volume 1: Madison, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, PUBL-RS-909-94, Chapter 6, 45 p.

Wentz, D.A., Krohelski, J.T., and Rose, W.J., 1994, Hydrology, in Klepinger, K.E., ed., RILWAS 1983-86: Wisconsin Regional Integrated Lake Watershed Acidification Study, Volume 1: Madison, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, PUBL-RS-909-94, Chapter 7, 74 p.

1993

Field, S.J., 1993, Hydrology and water quality of Powers Lake, southeastern Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4126, 36 p. DJVU

Field, S.J., 1993, Hydrology and water quality of Wind Lake in southeastern Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4107, 61 p. DJVU

House, L.B., 1993, Simulation of the effects of hypothetical residential development on water levels in Graber Pond, Middleton, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 92-4029, 10 p. DJVU

House, L.B., Waschbusch, R.J., and Hughes, P.E., 1993, Water quality of an urban wet detention pond in Madison, Wisconsin, 1987-88: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-172, 57 p. DJVU

Hughes, P.E., 1993, Hydrology, water quality, trophic status, and aquatic plants of Fowler Lake, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4076, 44 p. DJVU

Rose, W.J., 1993, Hydrology of Little Rock Lake in Vilas County, north-central Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 93-4139, 22 p. DJVU

Rose, W.J., 1993, Water and phosphorus budgets and trophic state, Balsam Lake, northwestern Wisconsin, 1987-1989: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4125, 28 p. DJVU

1992

Elder, J.F., Krabbenhoft, D.P, and Walker, J.F., 1992, Water, energy, and biogeochemical budgets (WEBB) program: Data availability and research at the northern temperate lakes site, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 92-48, 15 p. DJVU

Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Babiarz, C.L., 1992, Role of groundwater transport in aquatic mercury cycling: Water Resources Research, vol. 28, no. 12, p. 3119-3128.

Krabbenhoft, D.P., and Krohelski, J.T., 1992, Data on water quality, lake sediment, and lake-level fluctuation, St. Croix Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, 1981-87: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 92-26, 53 p. DJVU

Robertson, D.M., Ragotzkie, R.A., and Magnuson, J.J. 1992, Lake ice records used to detect historical and future climatic changes: Climatic Change, v. 21, p. 407-427.

1991

Wentz, D.A., and Rose, W.J., 1991, Hydrology of Lakes Clara and Vandercook in North-Central Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 89-4204, 24 p. DJVU

Watras, C.J., Andre, A.W., Bloom, N.S., Fitzgerald, W.F., Hurley, J.P., Krabbenhoft, D.P., Rada, R.G., Wiener, J.G., 1991, Mercury in temperate lakes: a mechanistic field study: Verhandlungen Internat. Verein. Limnologie, 24, p. 2199-2202.

Pre-1990

Walker, J.F., Pickard, S.A., and Sonzogni, W.C., 1989 Spreadsheet watershed modeling for nonpoint-source pollution management in a Wisconsin basin: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 25, no. 1, p. 139-147.

Wentz, D.A., Garrison, P.J., and Bockheim, J.G., 1989, Section 7—Chemical input-output budgets, in Knauer, D., and Brouwer, S.A., eds., The Wisconsin Regional Integrated Lake-Watershed Acidification Study (RILWAS): 1981-1983: Palo Alto, California, Electric Power Research Institute Report EA-6214, p. 7-1 to 7-30.

Wentz, D.A., and Rose, W.J., 1989, Interrelationships among hydrologic-budget components of a northern Wisconsin seepage lake and implications for acid-deposition modeling: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, v. 18, p. 147-155.

Wentz, D.A., Rose, W.J., and Krohelski, J.T., 1989, Section 5—Hydrologic component, in Knauer, D., and Brouwer, S.A., eds., The Wisconsin Regional Integrated Lake-Watershed Acidification Study (RILWAS): 1981-1983: Palo Alto, California, Electric Power Research Institute Report EA-6214, p. 5-1 to 5-77.

Field, S.J., and Duerk, M.D., 1988, Hydrology and water quality of Delavan Lake in southeastern Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 87-4168, 61 p. DJVU

Krug, W.R., Ostenso, N.A., and Krohelski, J.T., 1988, Prediction of the effects of mine dewatering on four lakes near Crandon, Wisconsin, by use of a water-budget model: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 87-471, 63 p. DJVU

Wentz, D.A., Krohelski, J.T., Rose, W.J., Bockheim, J.G., Garrison, P.J., Knauer, D.R., and Goldstein, R.A., 1987, Hydrologic and chemical budgets of Wisconsin lakes, in Perrry, R., Harrison, R.M., Bel, J.N.B., and Lester, J.N., eds., Acid Rain: Scientific and Technical Advances, Selper Ltd., London, p. 309-316.

House, L.B., 1986, Stage fluctuations of Wisconsin Lakes : Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Information Circular No. 49, 84 p.

House, L.B., 1984, Effects of urbanization on three ponds in Middleton, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 84-4051, 17 p. DJVU (report) DJVU (plate)

Krug, W.R., and House, L.B., 1984, Evaluation of alternative reservoir-management practices in the Rock River basin, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 83-4186, 21 p. DJVU

House, L.B., 1981, An assessment of streamflow, water quality, and the effects of construction on impoundment on Bridge Creek at Augusta, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Open-File Report 81-1192, 25 p. DJVU (report) DJVU (plate)

Krug, W.R., 1981, Hydrologic effects of proposed changes in management practices, Winnebago Pool, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 80-107, 19 p. DJVU

Batten, W.G., and Hindall, S.M., 1980, Sediment deposition in the White River Reservoir, northwestern Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2069, 30 p. DJVU (report) DJVU (plate)

Novitzki, R.P., and Holmstrom, B.K., 1979, Monthly and annual water budgets of Lake Wingra, Madison, Wisconsin, 1971-77: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 79-100, 31 p. DJVU

Rose, W.J., 1977, Hydrologic considerations associated with dredging spring ponds in Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 77-18, 35 p. DJVU (report) DJVU (plate)

Oakes, E.L., Hendrickson, G.E., and Zuehls, E.E., 1975, Hydrology of the Lake Wingra basin, Dane County, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 75-17, 31 p. DJVU

Novitzki, R.P., 1971, Hydrologic investigations of Heart Lake, Green Lake County, Wisconsin : U.S. Geological Survey Administrative Report, 9 p.

 

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Flow=5.7cfs,Stage=3.63ft,2017-03-10 12:00,25-75,PHEASANT BRANCH AT MIDDLETON, WI 05427718: Flow=37cfs,Stage=1.24ft,Floodstage=8ft,2017-03-10 12:00,25-75,YAHARA RIVER AT WINDSOR, WI 05414820: Flow=26cfs,Stage=4.85ft,2017-03-10 12:15,25-75,SINSINAWA RIVER NEAR MENOMINEE, IL 05410490: Flow=827cfs,Stage=8.85ft,Floodstage=12ft,2017-03-10 12:45,25-75,KICKAPOO RIVER AT STEUBEN, WI 05406500: Flow=30cfs,Stage=2.14ft,Floodstage=7ft,2017-03-10 10:45,25-75,BLACK EARTH CREEK AT BLACK EARTH, WI 04087257: Flow=27cfs,Stage=1.94ft,2017-03-10 12:15,25-75,PIKE RIVER NEAR RACINE, WI 04087240: Flow=150cfs,Stage=3.13ft,Floodstage=7ft,2017-03-10 12:00,25-75,ROOT RIVER AT RACINE, WI 04087233: Flow=49cfs,Stage=3.52ft,Floodstage=9ft,2017-03-10 12:00,25-75,ROOT RIVER CANAL NEAR FRANKLIN, WI 04087220: Flow=29cfs,Stage=2.46ft,Floodstage=8ft,2017-03-10 12:00,25-75,ROOT RIVER NEAR FRANKLIN, WI 04087204: Flow=16cfs,Stage=2.58ft,Floodstage=8ft,2017-03-10 12:00,25-75,OAK CREEK AT SOUTH MILWAUKEE, WI 04087120: Flow=147cfs,Stage=2.32ft,Floodstage=11ft,2017-03-10 12:20,25-75,MENOMONEE RIVER AT WAUWATOSA, WI 04087088: Flow=11cfs,2017-03-10 11:00,Stage=13.33ft,2016-12-31 09:55:00,25-75,UNDERWOOD CREEK AT WAUWATOSA, WI 04087030: Flow=48cfs,Stage=3.74ft,Floodstage=7.5ft,2017-03-10 12:15,25-75,MENOMONEE RIVER AT MENOMONEE FALLS, WI 04085200: Flow=174cfs,Stage=9.75ft,Floodstage=14ft,2017-03-10 10:45,25-75,KEWAUNEE RIVER NEAR KEWAUNEE, WI 464646092052900: Flow=13700cfs,Stage=601.55ft,2017-03-10 11:55,Not ranked,SUPERIOR BAY DULUTH SHIP CANAL AT DULUTH, MN 464226092005600: Flow=8560cfs,Stage=601.60ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,SUPERIOR BAY ENTRY CHANNEL AT SUPERIOR, WI 463741090521301: Stage=0.76ft,2017-03-10 11:58,Not ranked,ASHLAND BREAKWATER LIGHTHOUSE CHEQUAMEGON BAY, WI 455430089550001: Stage=11.45ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,HASKELL LAKE AT LAC DU FLAMBEAU, WI 450456092225801: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-WILLOW WATERWAY 1 NEAR CYLON, WI 450437092181901: Stage=0.000ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,Very low value,DISCOVERY FARMS-WILLOW WATERWAY 3 NEAR EMERALD, WI 450115092180101: Flow=0.008620cfs,Stage=0.019ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-WILLOW WATERWAY 2 NR WOODVILLE, WI 445322088281801: Stage=93.70ft,2017-03-10 13:00,Not ranked,BERRY LAKE NEAR SHAWANO, WI 442119088085501: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.030ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,GLRI WATERWAY NUMBER 4 NR WRIGHTSTOWN, WI 442114088085701: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.007ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,GLRI WATERWAY NUMBER 5 NR WRIGHTSTOWN, WI 441624088045601: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.022ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,GLRI EAST RIVER WATERWAY NUMBER 1 NR GREENLEAF, WI 441546088082001: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.046ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,GLRI EAST RIVER WATERWAY NUMBER 2 NR GREENLEAF, WI 441520088045002: Flow=0.029850cfs,Stage=0.211ft,2017-03-10 12:05,Not ranked,GLRI EAST RIVER TILE 1 NEAR GREENLEAF, WI 441520088045001: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,GLRI EAST RIVER WATERWAY 3 NEAR GREENLEAF, WI 434425090462401: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.005ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-JERSEY WATERWAY 6 AT CASHTON, WI 434311090461401: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.003ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-JERSEY WATERWAY 4 NEAR CASHTON, WI 434250090461401: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.003ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-JERSEY WATERWAY 5 NEAR CASHTON, WI 434246090465801: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.033ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-JERSEY WATERWAY 3 NEAR CASHTON, WI 434244090470801: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-JERSEY WATERWAY 2 NEAR CASHTON, WI 434209090491101: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.016ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS-JERSEY WATERWAY 1 NEAR CASHTON, WI 430649089181232: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=-0.02ft,2017-03-10 06:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT CELL 3 OVERFLOW @ MADISON, WI 430649089181231: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.00ft,2017-03-10 06:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT CELL 3 DRAIN TILE @ MADISON, WI 430649089181222: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.00ft,2017-03-10 06:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT CELL 2 OVERFLOW @ MADISON, WI 430649089181221: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.00ft,2017-03-10 06:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT CELL 2 DRAIN TILE @ MADISON, WI 430649089181212: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=-0.01ft,2017-03-10 06:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT CELL 1 OVERFLOW @ MADISON, WI 430649089181211: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.00ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT CELL 1 DRAIN TILE AT MADISON,WI 430649089181200: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=-0.07ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,PERMEABLE PAVEMENT INFLUENT AT MADISON, WI 430532089315602: Stage=0.016ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,BIO CELL SS-OUTLET-AT USGS OFFICE AT MIDDLETON, WI 430532089315601: Stage=-0.044ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,BIO CELL SS-INLET-AT USGS OFFICE AT MIDDLETON, WI 430428089325701: Flow=0.00cfs,2012-06-24 23:00,Not ranked,WEST OLD SAUK ROAD STORM SEWER AT MADISON, WI 430402089282000: Not ranked,Seasonal site,SOUTH KENOSHA DRIVE STORM SEWER AT MADISON, WI 430356089183502: Not ranked,Rating being developed or revised,US HWY 51 WISDOT GRASS SWALES MIDDLE MADISON, WI 430302089224101: Flow=0.00cfs,2012-08-15 23:45,Not ranked,JOHN NOLEN DRIVE STORM SEWER AT MADISON, WI 425715089164700: Stage=3.21ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,LAKE KEGONSA AT BARBER DRIVE NEAR STOUGHTON, WI 424848088083100: Stage=8.07ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,WIND LAKE AT OUTLET AT WIND LAKE, WI 424008089050201: Flow=0.001000cfs,Stage=0.001ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS CORE WATERWAY 5 NR JANESVILLE, WI 423954089071501: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=-0.015ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS CORE WATERWAY 1 NR JANESVILLE, WI 423740088592701: Flow=0.00360cfs,Stage=0.014ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS CORE WATERWY AR1 NR JANESVILLE, WI 423645088595501: Flow=0.00000cfs,Stage=-0.020ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,DISCOVERY FARMS CORE WATERWY AR2 NR JANESVILLE, WI 423525088260400: Stage=2.58ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,GENEVA LAKE AT LAKE GENEVA, WI 0402403250: Flow=6820cfs,Stage=601.97ft,2017-03-10 12:05,Not ranked,St. Louis River at Oliver, WI. 055451345: Flow=41cfs,Stage=8.40ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,WHITE RIVER AT CENTER STREET AT LAKE GENEVA, WI 054279465: Flow=0.65cfs,Stage=2.86ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,S FORK PHEASANT BRANCH @ DEMING WAY @ MIDDLETON,WI 053813595: Flow=3170cfs,Stage=39.14ft,Floodstage=47ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,BLACK RIVER DS ST HWY 54 AT BLACK RIVER FALLS, WI 053674967: Flow=21cfs,Stage=4.27ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,TROUT CREEK AT TENTH STREET NEAR BLOOMER, WI 053416966: Flow=7.4cfs,Stage=3.38ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DRY RUN AT 190TH STREET NEAR JEWETT, WI 040871488: Flow=5.0cfs,Stage=11.15ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,WILSON PARK CK @ ST. LUKES HOSPITAL @ MILWAUKEE,WI 040871476: Flow=0.00cfs,Stage=0.10ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,HOLMES AVE CRK TRIB @ GMIA OUTFALL #1 AT MILWAUKEE 040871475: Flow=1.1cfs,Stage=10.92ft,2017-03-10 12:20,Not ranked,WILSON PARK CREEK @ GMIA OUTFALL #7 @ MILWAUKEE,WI 040871473: Flow=0.26cfs,Stage=10.68ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,WILSON PARK CREEK AT GMIA INFALL AT MILWAUKEE, WI 040869416: Flow=4.9cfs,Stage=3.71ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,LINCOLN CREEK @ SHERMAN BOULEVARD AT MILWAUKEE, WI 040857005: Flow=15cfs,Stage=4.78ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,OTTER CREEK AT WILLOW ROAD NEAR PLYMOUTH, WI 040854592: Flow=17cfs,Stage=4.36ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,FISHER CREEK AT HOWARDS GROVE, WI 040851385: Flow=16100cfs,Stage=578.92ft,Floodstage=584ft,2017-03-10 12:20,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT OIL TANK DEPOT AT GREEN BAY, WI 040734605: Flow=69cfs,Stage=6.34ft,2017-03-10 09:00,Not ranked,GREEN LAKE SW INLET @ CT HIGHWY K NR GREEN LAKE,WI 040263205: Flow=20cfs,Stage=1.35ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,WHITTLESEY CREEK NEAR ASHLAND, WI 05548170: Flow=17cfs,2013-09-30 23:45,Not ranked,NORTH BRANCH NIPPERSINK CREEK AT GENOA CITY, WI 05548000: Stage=3.52ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,NIPPERSINK LAKE AT FOX LAKE, IL 05547500: Stage=3.53ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,FOX LAKE NEAR LAKE VILLA, IL 05547000: Stage=3.51ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,CHANNEL LAKE NEAR ANTIOCH, IL 05545750: Flow=1050cfs,Stage=8.06ft,Floodstage=11ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,FOX RIVER NEAR NEW MUNSTER, WI 05544475: Stage=4.71ft,Floodstage=6ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT ROCHESTER, WI 05544385: Stage=12.05ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,MUSKEGO (BIG MUSKEGO) LAKE OUTLET NR WIND LAKE, WI 05544348: Stage=1.58ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT WATERFORD DAM, AT WATERFORD, WI 05527950: Flow=88cfs,Stage=7.96ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,MILL CREEK AT OLD MILL CREEK, IL 05527910: Flow=46cfs,Stage=17.68ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,NORTH MILL CREEK NEAR MILBURN, IL 05527905: Flow=12cfs,Stage=11.29ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,HASTINGS CREEK NEAR LINDENHURST, IL 05527900: Flow=15cfs,Stage=9.46ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,NORTH MILL CREEK AT HICKORY CORNERS, IL 05438283: Flow=2.6cfs,Stage=4.91ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,PISCASAW CREEK NEAR WALWORTH, WI 05435950: Flow=79cfs,Stage=3.49ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,SUGAR RIVER NEAR VERONA, WI 05435943: Flow=13cfs,Stage=4.41ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,BADGER MILL CREEK AT VERONA, WI 05431016: Flow=18cfs,Stage=8.67ft,2017-03-10 08:45,Not ranked,JACKSON CREEK AT MOUND ROAD NEAR ELKHORN, WI 05429700: Flow=541cfs,Stage=6.30ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,YAHARA RIVER @ FORTON STREET BRIDGE @ STOUGHTON,WI 05429485: Stage=4.87ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,LAKE WAUBESA AT MC FARLAND, WI 05429000: Stage=5.15ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,LAKE MONONA AT MADISON, WI 05428500: Flow=260cfs,Stage=5.44ft,2017-03-10 12:05,Not ranked,YAHARA RIVER AT EAST MAIN STREET AT MADISON, WI 05428000: Stage=10.19ft,2017-03-10 11:45,Not ranked,LAKE MENDOTA AT MADISON, WI 05427943: Flow=3.5cfs,Stage=3.46ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,PHEASANT BRANCH AT AIRPORT ROAD NEAR MIDDLETON, WI 05427930: Flow=10cfs,Stage=10.47ft,2017-03-10 12:05,Not ranked,DORN (SPRING) CREEK AT CT HIGHWAY M NR WAUNAKEE,WI 05427927: Flow=8.1cfs,Stage=2.15ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DORN (SPRING) CREEK @ CT HIGHWAY Q NR WAUNAKEE, WI 05427910: Flow=48cfs,Stage=10.20ft,2017-03-10 12:10,Not ranked,SIXMILE CREEK @ COUNTY TRNK HGHWY M NR WAUNAKEE,WI 05427880: Flow=19cfs,Stage=3.16ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,SIXMILE CREEK AT STATE HIGHWAY 19 NEAR WAUNAKEE,WI 05427850: Flow=155cfs,Stage=10.26ft,2017-03-10 12:10,Not ranked,YAHARA RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 113 AT MADISON, WI 05427530: Flow=6000cfs,Stage=5.50ft,Floodstage=6.5ft,2017-03-10 12:10,Not ranked,ROCK RIVER AT NEWVILLE, WI 05427235: Stage=9.33ft,Floodstage=10ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,LAKE KOSHKONONG NEAR NEWVILLE, WI 05427085: Flow=5000cfs,Stage=14.80ft,Floodstage=16ft,2017-03-10 11:55,Not ranked,ROCK RIVER AT ROBERT STREET AT FORT ATKINSON, WI 05426380: Flow=2.0cfs,Stage=0.67ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,PARADISE SPRINGS CREEK NEAR EAGLE, WI 05426350: Flow=2.9cfs,Stage=0.29ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,SCUPPERNONG RIVER UPSTREAM OF MARL PIT NR EAGLE,WI 05426250: Stage=2.50ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Floodstage=4ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BARK RIVER NEAR ROME, WI 05426067: Flow=41cfs,Stage=12.77ft,2017-03-10 11:45,Not ranked,BARK RIVER AT NAGAWICKA ROAD AT DELAFIELD, WI 05426000: Stage=5.96ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,CRAWFISH RIVER AT MILFORD, WI 05424057: Flow=1680cfs,2017-03-10 11:55,Stage=7.67ft,2017-03-10 12:00:00,Floodstage=8.5ft,Not ranked,ROCK RIVER AT HORICON, WI 05411500: Stage=15.49ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,Mississippi River at Clayton, IA 05408480: Flow=4.8cfs,Stage=2.88ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,W FORK KICKAPOO R AT PEACEFUL VALLEY RD NR CASHTON 05407470: Flow=101cfs,Stage=8.69ft,Floodstage=16ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,KICKAPOO RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 33 AT ONTARIO, WI 05406479: Flow=28cfs,Stage=2.96ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,BLACK EARTH CK NR TREATMENT PLNT @ CROSS PLAINS,WI 05406469: Flow=2.5cfs,Stage=2.31ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,BREWERY CREEK-UPSTREAM SITE-AT CROSS PLAINS, WI 05406457: Flow=12cfs,Stage=2.16ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,BLACK EARTH CREEK NR BREWERY RD AT CROSS PLAINS,WI 05404500: Stage=9.14ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,DEVILS LAKE NEAR BARABOO, WI 05403000: Flow=2560cfs,Stage=14.46ft,Floodstage=15ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH, WI 05400625: Stage=3.65ft,2017-03-10 12:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,LITTLE PLOVER RIVER NEAR PLOVER, WI 05397500: Stage=2.35ft,2017-03-10 12:00:00,Floodstage=9ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,EAU CLAIRE RIVER AT KELLY, WI 05395000: Flow=4760cfs,Stage=6.62ft,Floodstage=11ft,2017-03-09 09:30,Not ranked,WISCONSIN RIVER AT MERRILL, WI 05393500: Stage=3.08ft,2017-03-10 12:00:00,Floodstage=8ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,SPIRIT RIVER AT SPIRIT FALLS, WI 05392187: Stage=10.83ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,Tower Creek at Lac du Flambeau, WI 05390500: Stage=91.25ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,ANVIL LAKE NEAR EAGLE RIVER, WI 05389500: Flow=24000cfs,2013-10-29 23:45,Stage=13.12ft,2017-03-10 12:45:00,Floodstage=16ft,Not ranked,Mississippi River at McGregor, IA 05389400: Flow=37cfs,Stage=4.13ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,Bloody Run Creek near Marquette, IA 05389000: Flow=527cfs,Stage=6.36ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,Yellow River near Ion, IA 05386400: Stage=32.06ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT BROWNSVILLE, MN 05383075: Flow=641cfs,Stage=3.97ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,LA CROSSE RIVER NEAR LA CROSSE, WI 05382325: Flow=208cfs,Stage=3.98ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,LA CROSSE RIVER AT SPARTA, WI 05382284: Flow=47cfs,Stage=5.99ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,SILVER CREEK AT STATE HIGHWAY 21 NEAR ANGELO, WI 05382267: Flow=89cfs,Stage=6.54ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,LA CROSSE RIVER @ CNTY TRUNK HIGHWY BB NR TOMAH,WI 05382257: Flow=1.9cfs,Stage=1.81ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,STILLWELL CREEK AT YARD ROAD NEAR TOMAH, WI 05382255: Flow=2.1cfs,Stage=2.41ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,STILLWELL CREEK AT SIXTEENTH COURT NEAR TOMAH, WI 05379400: Flow=779cfs,Stage=4.25ft,Floodstage=8ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,TREMPEALEAU RIVER AT ARCADIA, WI 05378490: Stage=9.81ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT LOCK AND DAM 5A NR WINONA, MN 05366800: Flow=13700cfs,Stage=8.03ft,2017-03-10 11:45,Not ranked,CHIPPEWA R AT GRAND AVE AT EAU CLAIRE, WI 05365550: Flow=12000cfs,Stage=9.68ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,CHIPPEWA RIVER BELOW DELLS DAM AT EAU CLAIRE, WI 05360500: Flow=4710cfs,Stage=8.87ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,FLAMBEAU RIVER NEAR BRUCE, WI 05357335: Stage=3.90ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BEAR RIVER NEAR MANITOWISH WATERS, WI 05357245: Flow=50cfs,Stage=1.39ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,TROUT RIVER AT TROUT LAKE NEAR BOULDER JUNCTION,WI 05357230: Flow=4.0cfs,Stage=8.01ft,2017-03-10 11:30,Not ranked,NORTH CREEK AT TROUT LAKE NEAR BOULDER JUNCTION,WI 05357225: Stage=8.07ft,2017-03-10 11:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,STEVENSON CREEK @ CT HWY M NR BOULDER JUNCTION, WI 05357215: Flow=16cfs,Stage=1.63ft,2017-03-10 11:15,Not ranked,ALLEQUASH CREEK @ CT HWY M NR BOULDER JUNCTION, WI 05357206: Flow=5.3cfs,Stage=0.45ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,ALLEQUASH CREEK SITE NO. 3 NR BOULDER JUNCTION, WI 05356500: Stage=4.51ft,2017-03-10 11:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,CHIPPEWA RIVER NEAR BRUCE, WI 05344490: Flow=6510cfs,Stage=28.92ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,ST. CROIX RIVER AT PRESCOTT, WI 05342000: Flow=118cfs,Stage=10.45ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,KINNICKINNIC RIVER NEAR RIVER FALLS, WI 05341752: Flow=238cfs,Stage=4.24ft,2017-03-10 11:05,Not ranked,WILLOW RIVER @ WILLOW R STATE PARK NR BURKHARDT,WI 05331833: Flow=196cfs,Stage=2.10ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,NAMEKAGON RIVER AT LEONARDS, WI 04087234: Flow=91cfs,Stage=4.83ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,ROOT RIVER AT 60TH ST NEAR CALEDONIA, WI 04087214: Flow=8.7cfs,Stage=10.88ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,ROOT RIVER AT GRANGE AVENUE AT GREENFIELD, WI 04087170: Flow=1720cfs,Stage=8.78ft,2017-03-10 09:00,Not ranked,MILWAUKEE RIVER AT MOUTH AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04087142: Flow=-54cfs,Stage=13.17ft,2017-03-10 12:10,Not ranked,MENOMONEE RIVER AT 16TH STREET AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04087119: Flow=4.6cfs,Stage=10.14ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,HONEY CREEK AT WAUWATOSA, WI 04087070: Flow=14cfs,Stage=4.40ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,LITTLE MENOMONEE RIVER AT MILWAUKEE, WI 04087050: Flow=6.8cfs,Stage=2.31ft,2017-03-10 12:10,Not ranked,LITTLE MENOMONEE RIVER NEAR FREISTADT, WI 04085108: Flow=53cfs,Stage=6.54ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,EAST RIVER @ CNTY TRUNK HIGHWAY ZZ NR GREENLEAF,WI 04085082: Stage=579.62ft,2016-11-10 06:50,Not ranked,FOX RIVER DS FROM DUTCHMAN CREEK AT GREEN BAY, WI 04085062: Stage=581.02ft,2016-08-20 06:33,Not ranked,FOX RIVER S OF FOX POINT BOAT LAUNCH @ DE PERE, WI 04085061: Stage=580.57ft,2016-10-11 05:50,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT FORT HOWARD PAPER MILL AT DE PERE, WI 04084927: Flow=3.7cfs,Stage=3.67ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,WEST PLUM CREEK AT NEW ROAD NEAR WRIGHTSTOWN, WI 04084911: Flow=14cfs,Stage=2.70ft,2017-03-10 10:45,Not ranked,PLUM CREEK NEAR WRIGHTSTOWN, WI 04084445: Flow=10400cfs,Stage=6.39ft,Floodstage=8.4ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT APPLETON, WI 04084255: Stage=2.29ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,LAKE WINNEBAGO NEAR STOCKBRIDGE, WI 04082500: Stage=2.35ft,Floodstage=3.5ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,LAKE WINNEBAGO AT OSHKOSH, WI 04082400: Flow=10000cfs,Stage=5.63ft,Floodstage=7.5ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT OSHKOSH, WI 04080798: Flow=49cfs,Stage=8.95ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,TOMORROW RIVER NEAR NELSONVILLE, WI 04078500: Stage=4.30ft,2017-03-10 12:00:00,Floodstage=7ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,EMBARRASS RIVER NEAR EMBARRASS, WI 04077630: Stage=6.26ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Floodstage=11ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,RED RIVER AT MORGAN ROAD NEAR MORGAN, WI 04074950: Stage=10.12ft,2017-03-10 12:30:00,Floodstage=11.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,WOLF RIVER AT LANGLADE, WI 04073466: Flow=93cfs,Stage=6.61ft,2017-03-10 11:05,Not ranked,SILVER CREEK AT SPAULDING ROAD NEAR GREEN LAKE, WI 04073458: Flow=5.0cfs,Stage=4.97ft,2017-03-10 09:05,Not ranked,ROY CREEK AT ROY CREEK ROAD NEAR GREEN LAKE, WI 04073365: Flow=1870cfs,Stage=8.16ft,Floodstage=9.5ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,FOX RIVER AT PRINCETON, WI 04072150: Flow=285cfs,Stage=12.94ft,Floodstage=18ft,2017-03-10 09:00,Not ranked,DUCK CREEK NEAR HOWARD, WI 04072076: Flow=3.8cfs,Stage=2.99ft,2017-03-10 11:00,Not ranked,SILVER CREEK AT FLORIST DRIVE AT ONEIDA, WI 04071765: Flow=1370cfs,Stage=6.00ft,Floodstage=9ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,OCONTO RIVER NEAR OCONTO, WI 04071000: Stage=2.72ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Floodstage=7.5ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,OCONTO RIVER NEAR GILLETT, WI 04069416: Flow=1620cfs,Stage=9.47ft,Floodstage=12ft,2017-03-10 12:00,Not ranked,PESHTIGO RIVER AT PORTERFIELD, WI 04067958: Flow=880cfs,Stage=5.24ft,Floodstage=9ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,PESHTIGO RIVER NEAR WABENO, WI 04067500: Stage=11.93ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Floodstage=15ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MENOMINEE RIVER NEAR MC ALLISTER, WI 04066800: Stage=12.29ft,2017-03-10 11:00:00,Floodstage=17ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,MENOMINEE RIVER AT KOSS, MI 04066030: Flow=3980cfs,2017-03-10 12:30,Floodstage=14ft,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT WHITE RAPIDS DAM NEAR BANAT, MI 04065106: Flow=3470cfs,Stage=7.81ft,Floodstage=13ft,2017-03-10 12:15,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT NIAGARA, WI 04062011: Flow=618cfs,Stage=7.10ft,Floodstage=12ft,2017-03-10 12:30,Not ranked,BRULE RIVER NEAR COMMONWEALTH, WI 04037400: Stage=3.97ft,2017-03-10 12:45,Not ranked,CISCO LAKE NEAR WATERSMEET, MI 04031000: Stage=3.68ft,2017-03-10 13:00:00,Floodstage=10ft,Not ranked,Ice affected,BLACK RIVER NEAR BESSEMER, MI 04027000: Stage=4.63ft,2017-03-10 12:45:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BAD RIVER NEAR ODANAH, WI 04026561: Stage=5.12ft,2017-03-10 12:30:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,TYLER FORKS RIVER AT STRICKER ROAD NEAR MELLEN, WI 04026511: Not ranked,Rating being developed or revised,BAD RIVER AT US HIGHWAY 169 NEAR MELLEN, WI 04026450: Stage=2.58ft,2017-03-10 12:30:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BAD RIVER NEAR MELLEN, WI 04026390: Stage=7.28ft,2017-03-10 09:00:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,BEARTRAP CREEK AT U.S. HIGHWAY 2 NEAR ASHLAND, WI 04024430: Stage=9.22ft,2017-03-10 12:15:00,Not ranked,Ice affected,NEMADJI RIVER NEAR SOUTH SUPERIOR, WI Go to WaterWatch (offsite) 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