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Stream flow monitoring station

S.F. Palouse R. @ Parvin

Station details

ID34B072
typeStand alone
Latitude46° 50' 52.44141"
Longitude-117° 17' 0.9594727"
Stream classA
River mile8.9
Staff leadMitch Wallace
mitch.wallace@ecy.wa.gov
CountyWhitman
Ecoregion
Period of recordMay 2006 - May 2007
Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA)
20 stations (active and historical)   show historical 
  id station name type* coop
34A080 Palouse R. abv Rebel Flat SA(h)
34A085 Palouse R. @ Shields Rd. SA(h)
34A115 Palouse R. abv South Fork Palo... SA(h)
34A140 Palouse R. @ Elberton SA(h)
34B050 S.F. Palouse R. blw Colfax SA(h)
34B065 S.F. Palouse R. @ Colfax SA(h)
34B072 S.F. Palouse R. @ Parvin SA(h)
34B080 S.F. Palouse R. @ Albion SA(h)
34B110 S.F. Palouse R. @ Pullman MSH(h)
34B130 S.F. Palouse R. blw Sunshine C... MSH(h)
34C060 Paradise Cr. @ mouth SA(h)
34C100 Paradise Cr. @ Border SA(h)
34H090 Pleasant Valley Cr. @ St. John T(h)
34M070 Dry Cr. @ Pullman MSH(h)
34N070 Missouri Flat Cr. @ Pullman MSH(h)
34P050 SF Pine Creek at Idaho Border T(h)
34Q100 Pine Creek at Gashous Rd T(h)
34R050 Kamiache Creek on Gene Webb R... T
34S150 Thorn Creek on Malden Rd T
SPRAD1 Sprague Lake nr Sprague T
*  T–telemetry   SA–stand alone   MSH–manual stage height
h - historical
This station was established in May 2006 as part of the S.F. Palouse R. TMDL. The station was removed in May 2007. There are currently no plans for future monitoring at this site.
Warning: station may be affected by ice during periods of extreme cold weather.
During extreme cold weather, river stage may be affected by ice. As a result of the changing channel characteristics, incorrect discharge data will be computed from the stage data. Please review associated water and air temperature data where available.
Warning: station may be affected by plant growth.
During periods of warm weather, river stage may be affected by the rapid growth of aquatic plants. As a result of the changing channel characteristics, incorrect discharge data will be computed from the stage data.