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USGS Data Grapher Inventory Table

This utility allows the user to build an inventory table showing the number or percentage of non-missing data points for the chosen site/parameter combination. The same type of inventory table can be built for approved or provisional data. Select the station, the parameter, the type of inventory table, and the starting and ending dates. Then, click the button labeled "Make Table."

Step 1: [Optional] Choose a basin from the drop-down list.


Step 2: Choose a site from the drop-down list.


Scoggins Creek near Old Hwy 47, near Gaston, OR (452731123092100)
Parameter Begin Date Last Approved Date Last Reading
 Water Temperature   Aug-06-2020 15:30   Feb-08-2024 10:00   May-20-2024 01:00 
 Dissolved Oxygen   Aug-06-2020 15:30   Feb-08-2024 10:00   May-20-2024 01:00 
 Oxygen % Saturation   Aug-06-2020 15:30   Feb-08-2024 10:00   May-20-2024 01:00 
 pH   Aug-06-2020 15:30   Feb-08-2024 10:00   May-20-2024 01:00 
 Specific Conductance   Aug-06-2020 15:30   Feb-08-2024 10:00   May-20-2024 01:00 
 Turbidity   Aug-06-2020 15:30   Sep-24-2023 10:30   May-20-2024 01:00 
 Total Chlorophyll   Aug-06-2020 15:30       May-20-2024 01:00 
 Phycocyanin   Aug-06-2020 15:30       May-20-2024 01:00 
 fDOM (370/460)   Aug-06-2020 16:00       May-20-2024 01:00 
 Measurements at this site are available here at 30 minute intervals.
 Some data are provisional and subject to revision.
 More data from this site may be available from NWIS-Web.

Step 3: Choose the parameter to inventory.


Step 4: Choose an inventory type.

Choose the information to display.

Step 5: Choose starting and ending dates for the inventory.

Begin Date: --  
End Date: --
Month-Day shortcuts:

Step 6: Make the inventory table, or reset the form and try again.

Construction of the table may take a minute or two.


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