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Prairie Creek Streamflow Data - Grand Mound
The Prairie Creek Flow and Temperature recording station was installed March-early April 2010. It records stream stage and temperature every 15 minutes. In addition, there are measurements made using a Sontek (dual beam ultrasonic Doppler) wading rod and recorder with velocity/flow volume software. These measurements are correlated to the stage data from the datalogger to develop a stage-discharge equation-set from which flow volumes can be constructed.
The location of this station is in stream near the Old Highway 99 bridge in Grand Mound, Washington. It will record base flow, storm flows, average flows and flows during bridge construction.
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Prairie Creek at Highway 99, Grand Mound
|Year||Zipped Excel Data||Charts in PDF||Comments / Other|
|2010||Available Upon Request||Data Chart - April 2010|
|All Flow Data||Excel File||2010 - March, 2011|
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