The U.S. Public Health Service is currently developing plans for a long-term water supply and sewage treatment system for the village of Barrow, Alaska. To assist in planning, the U.S. Geological Survey was requested to initiate a cooperative streamflow data-collection program with the U.S. Public Health Service in June 1972 to determine the availability of surface water and the areal distribution of runoff in the Barrow area. This basic-data report summarizes the streamflow data collected from June 1 through July 10, 1972, at three gaging stations in the Barrow area (fig. 1) and discusses the future data-collection program.
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USGS Unnumbered Series
Surface-water investigations at Barrow, Alaska
Basic Data Report
U.S. Geological Survey
Alaska District Water Resources Division
Emaiksoun Lake;Esatkuat Lagoon;Esatkuat Creek;Nunavak Creek