Salmonid Restoration Federation

Redwood Creek Low-Flow Monitoring

Redwood Creek Low-Flow Monitoring Slideshow

SRF Monitoring team discuss techniques

Updated July 11, 2017

Bill Eastwood started monitoring 2017 summer flows throughout Redwood Creek on June 23. Flows have slowly been decreasing since then but are higher througout the watershed compared to last year. In mid-June 2016, the average flow was 583.5 gpm and mid-June 2017, the average flow was 1,137.6 gpm. The flows at our lowest monitoring site within the watershed were over twice the flows compared to last year!

Data is plotted on a logarithmic scale; 0.01 represents "0" or "No flow." Measurements are rounded to the nearest tenths.

Hover your mouse over the graph lines to see daily values. Click on the Monitoring Site Labels (Dinner Creek, Miller Creek, etc.) to remove/add information.

Redwood Creek 1, 2, 2.5, 3, & 4 and Upper Redwood Creek are mainstem sites.

Dinner Creek and Miller Creek are Redwood Creek tributaries.