This web application uses data collected by the Center for Watershed Sciences at UC Davis as part of a Long-term River Monitoring Project, building on a previous California Energy Comission Project. Solinst pressure transducers have been deployed (since 2011) in 5 rivers and are logging water temperature and stage at 15 min intervals. Collection of observed data through monitoring is a vital tool for assessing change in aquatic ecosystems, particularly in relation to climate warming and river regulation. This app illustrates a few useful ways to summarize and plot these data. Thermohydrographs are a way to show both stage (level) and water temperature on a single plot. Depending on river and interval selected, data can be downloaded as CSV files.
Center for Watershed Sciences
Source code available: Here