Looking for something simpler, I thus invented this:
|This "We Are HERE" chart provides a quick overview of current water levels in Big Cypress National Preserve relative to a month ago, a year ago, and the long term norm for September 25th.|
Regardless, I still have a soft spot in my heart for a traditional hydrograph,
Especially for looking back a couple months and years.
And who doesn't like digging into the historic record?
I'm a huge aficionado of studying decadal trends.
I doubt that there's a single hydrograph that covers every base.
(Not that I'll keep from trying to find it.)