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Data last updated November 25, 2022
Metadata last updated November 25, 2022
Created March 23, 2021
Format XLSX
License CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0
Data collection infoTidbit fastened to 10 lb plastic coated round dumbbell with cinch ties and tethered by cord to nearest tree. Device deployed in deepest area of creek. Logger found out of water on Oct 31 2021. Logger moved downstream to deep water hole. The change in water level was due to the decommissioning of Cambridge Reservoir dam by City of Trail started in August ending late October 2021.
Data processingThe Water Hub has performed a preliminary QA/QC protocol on this data but the individual user must still confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose.
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Load statusERROR: Unable to find a usable engine; tried using: 'sqlalchemy'. A suitable version of sqlalchemy is required for sql I/O support. Trying to import the above resulted in these errors: - Pandas requires version '1.4.16' or newer of 'sqlalchemy' (version '1.3.5' currently installed).
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On same domainTrue
Package idf369173e-4d26-40ec-bc23-72b106d8a50b
Recent qa date2022-11-25
Resource citationRossland Streamkeepers. (2021). Temperature (2019-03-29 to 2022-10-14) Cambridge Creek. Columbia Basin Water Hub. [Resource]. Rossland. https://doi.org/10.48511/0k4c-8k16
Resource data disclaimerNo 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.
Resource locationCambridge Creek, Rossland located near the confluence at Trail Creek.
Size669.2 KiB
Stateactive
Url typeupload
Waterhub gradeTechnical Research Grade
Citation (Required) Rossland Streamkeepers. (2021). Temperature (2019-03-29 to 2022-10-14) Cambridge Creek. Columbia Basin Water Hub. [Resource]. Rossland. https://doi.org/10.48511/0k4c-8k16
Resource Location Cambridge Creek, Rossland located near the confluence at Trail Creek.
Data Collection Information Tidbit fastened to 10 lb plastic coated round dumbbell with cinch ties and tethered by cord to nearest tree. Device deployed in deepest area of creek. Logger found out of water on Oct 31 2021. Logger moved downstream to deep water hole. The change in water level was due to the decommissioning of Cambridge Reservoir dam by City of Trail started in August ending late October 2021.
Data Processing The Water Hub has performed a preliminary QA/QC protocol on this data but the individual user must still confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose.
Data Disclaimer 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.
Water Hub Data Grade Technical Research Grade
Date of Most Recent Water Hub QA/QC 2022-11-25
Loading Status ERROR: Unable to find a usable engine; tried using: 'sqlalchemy'. A suitable version of sqlalchemy is required for sql I/O support. Trying to import the above resulted in these errors: - Pandas requires version '1.4.16' or newer of 'sqlalchemy' (version '1.3.5' currently installed).
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