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Eco Tour Tapped out….

March 14, 2013 by mike swope

Cubic Feet per Second

(Abbrev. CFP) – In hydrologic terms, a unit expressing rates of discharge. One cubic foot per second is equal to the discharge through a rectangular cross section, 1 foot wide by 1 foot deep, flowing at an average velocity of 1 foot per second. It is also approximately 7.48 gallons per second.

 

Graph of  Discharge, cubic feet per second

 

The current CFS at LLELA is 131 and dropping.

 

I got a email from Ken at LLELA that the City of Dallas is

 

working down stream from LLELA and will turn off the

 

out flow from Lake Lewisville on or before Saturday….

 

THIS SATURDAY!!!!! 

So please mark you calendar to join us in APRIL

we’ll see if then we have any Dam construction

(literal…I’m not swearing)…in our way….

 

NO

LLELA

ECO TOUR

This SATURDAY!

Thanks in advance for your

understanding!

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