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Southwest Region

36 stations (active)
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 Telemetry1
28 Ecology stations
7 coop stations
 Stand alone2
0 Ecology stations
0 coop stations
 Manual stage height3
1 Ecology stations
1 coop stations
 Modeled flow station4
0 Ecology stations
 station IDstation name
17B050  Chimacum Cr. @ mouth 
17D060  Little Quilcene R. nr mouth 
17E060  Snow Cr. @ WDFW 
17F050  Salmon Cr. @ WDFW 
17G060  Tarboo Cr. nr mouth 
18A050  Dungeness R. nr mouth 
18C150  Morse Cr. blw Aqueduct 
18F250  Agnew Irrigation Ditch nr Sequ... 
18H250  Sequim/Prairie Irrigation Ditc... 
18J250  Highland Irrigation Ditch nr S... 
18K250  Independent Irrigation Ditch n... 
18P070  McDonald Cr. @ Hwy 101 
18R250  McDonald Irrigation Ditch @ Di... 
19C060  West Twin R. nr mouth 
19D070  East Twin R. nr Twin 
19E060  Deep Cr. nr mouth 
19H080  Clallam R. nr Clallam Bay 
19J060  Sekiu R. abv Carpenter Creek 
 station IDstation name
20A070  Sol Duc R. nr Quillayute 
23A190  Chehalis abv Pe Ell 
23E060  Black R. @ Hwy 12 
23H060  Salzer Creek @ Airport Rd 
23I070  Bunker Creek @ Ceres Hill Rd 
23J070  Stearns Creek @ Twin Oaks Rd 
23K060  South Fork Chehalis @ Hwy 6 
24N070  Chinook River at Chinook Valle... 
24N100  Chinook River near Houchen St 
25B060  Grays R. nr mouth 
25C060  Elochoman River @ Monroe Dr 
25D050  Germany Cr. @ mouth 
25E060  Abernathy Cr. nr mouth 
25F060  Mill Cr. nr mouth 
26C075  Coweeman R. nr Kelso 
27B070  Kalama R. nr Kalama 
28B080  Washougal R. @ Hathaway Park 
29C100  Wind R. @ Stabler 

Descriptions of station types:

1. A telemetry station transmits data every three hours to the Department of Ecology Headquarters in Olympia, Washington. The data is logged every fifteen minutes and transmitted in three hour blocks to Ecology where it is automatically imported into the streamflow database and published to Ecology's website. The data is transmitted via either a GOES satellite transmitter or a standard dial-up modem.

2. A stand-alone station logs data every fifteen minutes and is downloaded periodically (once a month) by the station lead. Data is imported into the streamflow database when the station lead returns to the office. Once the data has been imported into the database it is automatically published to the Ecology website. Sta