Site ID: 849 Lat. -30.0606 Brazil 0
River: Jacui Long. -52.9401
Site name: 0 Contributing area: 28737 km2 Ratio to Comparison Station: 1.02
Latest measurement: 20-Jul-10 Mean annual runoff: 316 mm (2003-2009)
Hydrologic status: 2 Normal flow Total runoff this year (2010): 352.5 mm
Latest M/C ratio: 1.38 Seven day total: 15.2 mm
Estimated current discharge: 1108 m3/sec Percent of mean 7-day total: 140.8 % (today's value compared to mean for same period, 2003-2009)
5 yr recurrence flood: 2674 m3/sec (from Log Pearson III analysis)
Status Codes:  1 = Low flow or ice, 2 = Normal flow, 3 = Flood, 4 = Major Flood 2632 m3/sec (from Gumbel Extreme Value analysis)
Comparison Station Information:  Boluo (2186950)           Contributing Area:   sq mi 28239 sq km
(Data from this gaging station are used for the calibration to discharge, with an adjustment for different contributing areas)
Notes: Final calibration to discharge has not yet been accomplished.
Discharge and runoff, based on satellite remote sensing (NASA AMSR-E data)
(For U.S, sites, nearby ground station discharge may also be shown)
Annual  Monthly Total Runoff (mm), computed from above satellite-based discharge data
Runoff
(mm) Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
326 2002 no data no data no data no data no data no data no data 43.5 52.9 116.8 44.6 68.4
214 2003 14.1 0.5 9.0 0.3 11.8 33.2 34.4 11.8 8.0 16.2 30.6 43.8
134 2004 2.0 1.2 0.3 0.6 8.2 15.1 18.4 30.8 15.2 22.9 12.1 7.1
314 2005 1.8 0.3 0.3 6.0 28.9 32.6 23.9 24.9 62.5 77.4 31.8 24.0
203 2006 3.4 0.3 1.8 1.3 7.5 30.7 41.5 49.5 36.0 31.4 0.0 0.0
344 2007 0.6 0.5 1.4 2.7 23.1 33.9 58.3 49.2 63.3 55.8 27.8 27.4
442 2008 4.9 0.3 0.4 11.2 27.7 51.0 58.6 75.6 41.7 76.2 56.9 37.4
558 2009 9.0 3.7 1.5 1.1 5.3 17.8 48.1 61.7 91.6 76.9 121.2 120.1
352 2010 143.5 43.4 3.1 16.6 28.3 55.8 61.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Mean Annual Runoff (mm): 316 Standard Deviation: 6.4
Trend in Annual Runoff (slope):  -73
Discharge is estimated via a rating equation directly from the remote sensing data (M/C ratio) shown below.
Green line records upwelling microwave emission from within 5 km radius of a calbration land target. 
Explanation:   Blue line is emission from within 5 km radius of the measurement target centered over the river.
Brown line is their ratio (M/C; "HR" in Brakenridge et al 2007; scale on right) and is used to estimate river discharge via a rating equation.
Rating equations are being developed and applied on an individual basis using available ground-based discharge information.
GoogleEarth View of Measurement Site
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Estimated
Disharge
Data
Date m3/sec
22-Jul-02 52
23-Jul-02 52
24-Jul-02 88
25-Jul-02 112
26-Jul-02 470
27-Jul-02 375
28-Jul-02 375
29-Jul-02 657
30-Jul-02 655
31-Jul-02 766
1-Aug-02 766
2-Aug-02 652
3-Aug-02
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9-Aug-02
10-Aug-02 415
11-Aug-02 415
12-Aug-02 648
13-Aug-02 648
14-Aug-02 863
15-Aug-02 1031
16-Aug-02 1098
17-Aug-02 897
18-Aug-02 913
19-Aug-02 583
20-Aug-02 318
21-Aug-02 389
22-Aug-02 412
23-Aug-02 384
24-Aug-02 306
25-Aug-02 264
26-Aug-02 416
27-Aug-02 500
28-Aug-02 791
29-Aug-02 791
30-Aug-02 475
31-Aug-02 490
1-Sep-02 492
2-Sep-02 457
3-Sep-02 485
4-Sep-02 418
5-Sep-02 339
6-Sep-02 267
7-Sep-02 230
8-Sep-02 361
9-Sep-02 328
10-Sep-02 366
11-Sep-02 391
12-Sep-02 237
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22-Sep-02 1866
23-Sep-02 1763
24-Sep-02 1806
25-Sep-02 1682
26-Sep-02 1621
27-Sep-02 1432
28-Sep-02 1211
29-Sep-02 910
30-Sep-02 910
1-Oct-02 561
2-Oct-02 589
3-Oct-02 485
4-Oct-02 317
5-Oct-02 289
6-Oct-02 363
7-Oct-02 343
8-Oct-02 1338
9-Oct-02 1829
10-Oct-02 2097
11-Oct-02 2008
12-Oct-02 2102
13-Oct-02 1669
14-Oct-02 1601
15-Oct-02 2161
16-Oct-02 2161
17-Oct-02 2732
18-Oct-02 2293
19-Oct-02 1872
20-Oct-02 1757
21-Oct-02 1559
22-Oct-02 1387
23-Oct-02 1215
24-Oct-02 949
25-Oct-02 831
26-Oct-02 402
27-Oct-02 609
28-Oct-02 528
29-Oct-02 698
30-Oct-02 1299
31-Oct-02 819
1-Nov-02 819
2-Nov-02 736
3-Nov-02 761
4-Nov-02 870
5-Nov-02 826
6-Nov-02 774
7-Nov-02 755
8-Nov-02 697
9-Nov-02 145
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13-Nov-02 556
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15-Nov-02 372
16-Nov-02 112
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18-Nov-02 75
19-Nov-02 426
20-Nov-02 575
21-Nov-02 641
22-Nov-02 961
23-Nov-02 530
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25-Nov-02 402
26-Nov-02 261
27-Nov-02 400
28-Nov-02 381
29-Nov-02 345
30-Nov-02 534
1-Dec-02 422
2-Dec-02 457
3-Dec-02 457
4-Dec-02 585
5-Dec-02 709
6-Dec-02 1079
7-Dec-02 1499
8-Dec-02 1770
9-Dec-02 1827
10-Dec-02 1947
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12-Dec-02 1659
13-Dec-02 1831
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15-Dec-02 1464
16-Dec-02 860
17-Dec-02 466
18-Dec-02 157
19-Dec-02 157
20-Dec-02 3
21-Dec-02 8
22-Dec-02 3
23-Dec-02 3
24-Dec-02 53
25-Dec-02 53
26-Dec-02 57
27-Dec-02 249
28-Dec-02 348
29-Dec-02 537
30-Dec-02 518
31-Dec-02 571
1-Jan-03 580
2-Jan-03 458
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12-Jan-03 130
13-Jan-03 157
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15-Jan-03 170
16-Jan-03 62
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19-Jan-03 181
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21-Jan-03 317
22-Jan-03 283
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27-Jan-03 368
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29-Jan-03 95
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