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Gage Height Tracked For Hudson River At Green Island Lock & Dam 2 Near Troy.
Below is a graph of the gage height of Hudson River At Green Island Lock & Dam 2 Near Troy, NY. Please note that this is unofficial data and has not been verified. This graph and/or any information on this site is released only under condition that Digital Indigo, the USGS, and/or the United States Government may not be held liable for any damages resulting from its use.
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Using this information
THIS PAGE TRACKS CONDITIONS OF Hudson River At Green Island Lock & Dam 2 Near Troy, NY (New York). The graph indicates gage height! This data may help you determine water conditions based on your previous experinces and the water levels provided by this station at those times. For a more complete explanation, please click here.
Sensor and Station Identification and Information
The sensor location for this telemetry is located at -73 41 22 longitude and 42 54 08 latitude. This sensor is identified as United States Geological Service (USGS) station number 01358000, National Weather Service (NWS) identity TRYN6, and Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) identity 16CA921C. It is located in the NWS Hydrologic Services Area (HSA) of ALY. Rivers, streams, and creeks in the same Hydrologic Service Area can be found here.
About This Site
The river depth site is dedicated to providing fast, free, customizable, and simple real time charts of gage heights across the United States. This same information is available directly from the USGS. However, we provide this site as an easier and faster method of getting sensor information. These charts are continuously updated from automated metrics provided by the USGS, and NWS's Hydrometeorological Automated Data System ( HADS). This page is part of our New York collection. To view other river metrics please go to our main page.
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