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"I have been upstream from Charleston...."

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"The flow in the Santee River near Jamestown, S.C. averaged 11,408 cubic feet per second (ft3/s) during 1987-91 and the highest and lowest daily mean flows were 89,500 ft3/s and 460 ft3/s, respectively. Much of the flow from the river is diverted across a drainage divide from Lake Marion to Lake Moultrie in the Cooper River Basin. Consequently the flow in the Cooper River Basin is high in relation to its drainage area. During 1987-91, the mean annual flow in the Cooper River below the Lake Moultrie tailrace canal was 5,349 ft3/s and the highest and lowest daily mean flows were 26,800 ft3/s and 0 ft3/s, respectively. The flows in the coastal drainage rivers are smaller because of their smaller drainage areas. The mean annual flow of the Edisto River near Givhans for 1939-91 was 2,609 ft3/s, and the highest and lowest daily mean flows were 24,100 ft3/s and 252 ft3/s, respectively."
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