I was just out to the Alaska River Forecast Center web site to check on the Upper Gulkana. The Alaska River Forecast Center web site, used to have a link to the USGS web site. I liked the USGS web site because on their river level charts, they had the current level plotted and also an historical average.
Tough for me to keep track of what 2,000 cfs on this river or that river really means (means something different on every river), or what 2,000 cfs mean in June compared to September. But if I could see that 2,000 cfs was running higher or lower than normal, then I had a much better idea what to expect.
I could not see that link to the USGS charts. Does anybody know if the current levels compared to some kind of benchmark (historical, mean, etc) is available for AK rivers?