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Station Name:ALAMOSA RIVER ABOVE WIGHTMAN FORK NEAR JASPER, CO (ALAWIGCO)
Data Source:Co. Division of Water Resources
Division:3
Water District:21
County:RIO GRANDE
State:CO

Location - Lat 37°24’09”, long 106°31’17”, in SE¼SW¼ sec.35, T.37 N., R.4 E., Rio Grande Co. Hydrologic Unit 13010002, Rio Grande National Forest, on left bank 650 ft. upstream from Wightman Fork, 1.8 mi downstream from Bitter Creek, 4.1 mi west of Jasper, and 4.2 mi southeast of Summitville.

Drainage Area and Period of Record - 37.8 mi² Period of Record: Jul 1995 to current year, no winter record, missing some years.

Gage - Shelter is 4 ft x 4 ft x 8 ft steel building. Gage-height is collected using a Sutron Accubar pressure transducer. A Hydrolab instrument collects water temperature, conductance, and pH data. A Sutron Satlink2 is used to transmit and store data.The Accubar gage-height is set from outside staff gage. Elevation of gage is 9388 ft from topographic map.