Beaver Creek at Bubbles

Hydrology stage station to measure water level, temperature and discharge in lower Beaver Creek. Barometric pressure is collected at the station, and converted to water level using a pressure transducer, Onset's computer software and water level from a Staff Gauge. Raw data is available for additional review upon request. This includes transduced pressure, barometric pressure water level and temperature.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Dataset Collection Organization Bill Coedy/Rossland Streamkeepers
Dataset Steward Email
Dataset Citation Rossland Streamkeepers.W.H.Coedy.(2024).Beaver Creek Bubbles. Columbia Basin Water Hub. DOI
Dataset Upload Year 2024
Dataset Earliest Record Start Date 2023-11-18
Dataset Latest Record End Date 2024-02-03
Dataset Funding Description RDKB Area A Director Ali Grieve
Dataset Data Disclaimer Data has not been certified by a hydrologist. No warranty or guarantee exists that the information is accurate, complete, current, or suitable for any purpose. The individual user must confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose.
Other Data Sources
Brief description of dataset location The station is lower Beaver Creek in the rock canyon narrows "Bubbles", 300 m upstream from Columbia River mouth.
Dataset Type Stream
Dataset Keywords Discharge,Hydrometric,Stream,Water Level,Water temperature,Community Research Grade
Dataset Latitude 49.06887
Dataset Longitude -117.60233
Dataset DOI
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