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Daily hydrological report 18.4.2014
RIVER
STATION
TEND
STAGE (cm)
DAILY TENDENTION (cm)
FLOW RATE (m3/s)
WATER TEMP. (C)
DANUBE
Batina
94
-7
1685
...
Dalj
316
-8
2250
...
Vukovar
139
-11
2326
...
Ilok
166
-10
2279
...
DRAVA
Botovo
199
6
691
9,8
Terezino Polje
-129
1
712
...
Donji Miholjac
144
-6
714
9
Osijek
78
-4
...
...
MURA
Mursko Sredisce
188
-6
157
...
SAVA
Jesenice
-143
-2
149
...
Zagreb
-198
-3
202
...
Crnac
66
13
...
...
Jasenovac
299
70
798
...
Mackovac
383
40
803
...
Davor
396
52
963
...
Slavonski Brod
231
40
976
12
Slavonski Samac
153
136
...
...
Zupanja
347
116
1283
...
SUTLA
Zelenjak
63
-3
2,07
...
KRAPINA
Kupljenovo
49
-2
2,05
...
KUPA
Radenci
...
...
...
...
Kamanje
98
-13
46,4
...
Karlovac
76
-22
...
...
Jamnicka Kiselica
158
-3
160
...
UNA
Kostajnica
214
80
493
...
NERETVA
Metkovic
84
4
...
10,6

>> Legend

SYMBOL  
Falling
Rising
No change
100 Flood Alert Preparedness I
200 Flood Alert Preparedness II
300 Flood Alert Preparedness III
400 Flood Alert Preparedness IV






- Hydrology, activities and organisation

River discharge is determined at regular time periods, and, when necessary, in emergency situations, by currentmeter and field measurements. Data are entered into the computer, checked and stored. Automatic devices are being introduced, directly and continuously transferring data to the IT system.

The water level of rivers and lakes is determined by water-level staff. Data are read by non-professional observers, entered into the observation log and when measurements are completed the log is sent to the MHS Hydrological Department by mail. The levels are entered into the computer, checked and stored. Automatic devices are being introduced, connected to the IT system and used for flood prevention activities and data collection.

Runoff is determined by calculation and is used for operational purposes and analyses.

Current speed is determined by instruments and calculations from field measurements. Data are entered into the computer, checked, stored and used for operational purposes and subsequent analyses. Continuous measurements are performed by automatic devices connected to the IT system.

Ground water level is measured from wells. Observers measure the level three times a day and record it in the log. At the end of each month, the log is forwarded to MHS by mail; data are entered into the computer, checked and stored. Automatic devices connected to the IT system are used, continuously measuring ground water level. Data are used for operative and other purposes.


water level measurement