Stream Gage data sets
|Garrapata Creek (above Joshua Creek Confluence)*||Joshua Creek (a tributary to Garrapata Creek) **|
|2 July 2010 *** (staff plate 0.99' @ 1000)||2 July 2010 (staff plate 0.66' @1030)|
|2 August 2010 *** (staff plate 0.82' @ 1000)||2 August 2010 (staff plate @ 1030 0.55')|
|Rating Curve for Garrapata Creek updated 7 August 2010|
|Flow calculations and Water Quality Data (courtesy CSUMB grad student)|
|29 June 2010|
|12 July 2010|
|23 July 2010|
|7 August 2010|
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* The Garrapata Creek main stem gage is an old Telog 2109 recorder.
To convert the Garrapata gage readings which is recorded as % of a 10 psi maximum, you divide the reading by 10. If the gage reads 1.2, divided by 10, it is 0.12 psi. (If the readout from the teloger is X, then the real pressure in psi is: X/100 * 10psi so 1.2/100*10= 0.12 psi).
** recorded in psi (Telog WLS-31 recorder)
*** a data gap from 1 Oct09-15Feb10 on main Garrapata Creek gage
Gages are located about a half mile inland on the main stem of Garrapata Creek and on the tributary Joshua Creek.
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Last modified on 14 August 2010
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