Form WM-06 "Staff Gage Report Form" - Montana

What Is Form WM-06?

This is a legal form that was released by the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation - a government authority operating within Montana. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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WATER MEASUREMENT
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of
Form WM-06
STAFF GAGE REPORT FORM
DATE:
WATER RIGHT OWNER’S NAME:
WATER RIGHT NO(S):
LOCATION:
USER INFORMATION:
MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED:
TYPE OF DEVICE USED:
STAFF GAGE
STAFF GAGE
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
OBSERVATION
OBSERVATION
(FEET)*
(FEET)*
* Measure from the reference point (datum) for each observation. It is a good idea to permanently mark a
reference elevation on a structure near the staff gage. The vertical distance between the reference
elevation and the staff gage should be measured and recorded. If the staff gage is damaged or moved, it
can then be reset to and calibrated with the original datum.
WATER MEASUREMENT
PAGE
of
Form WM-06
STAFF GAGE REPORT FORM
DATE:
WATER RIGHT OWNER’S NAME:
WATER RIGHT NO(S):
LOCATION:
USER INFORMATION:
MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED:
TYPE OF DEVICE USED:
STAFF GAGE
STAFF GAGE
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
OBSERVATION
OBSERVATION
(FEET)*
(FEET)*
* Measure from the reference point (datum) for each observation. It is a good idea to permanently mark a
reference elevation on a structure near the staff gage. The vertical distance between the reference
elevation and the staff gage should be measured and recorded. If the staff gage is damaged or moved, it
can then be reset to and calibrated with the original datum.