In December 2018, in-situ stream sensors were deployed in the three primary lake tributaries: Kelsey, Middle and Scotts Creek. The probes record stream turbidity and temperature measurements and transmit data every 10 minutes via a cellular modem to UC Davis servers. The sensors are co-located with existing California Department of Water Resources gauging stations.
Click on the stations below to view a time series of stream monitoring data.
Note: These data are provisional and not error checked!
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Historical Stream Data
Last Updated: July 1st, 2020
Current Stream Data
Current river stage (left) and and discharge (right) is shown below. Data is provided courtesy of DWR.
Note: Turbidity sensors were removed from streams in June 2020 for calibration