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Stonybrook Watershed

Stonybrook Creek flows into Alameda Creek in Alameda County about three miles northeast of Fremont.   Working with the Alameda County Water Resources Conservation and Flood Control District and the Alameda County Resources Conservation District, CEMAR has installed gauges in two Stonybrook Creek reaches to monitor streamflows.

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Please note the following disclaimer:
The data reported here are preliminary, have not been verified, and may be unreliable for reasons including, but not limited to, instrument malfunction, undetected disruptions or interference occurring at the measurement site, or errors in interpretation. Please note that data are currently available only for water depth (not flow), temperature data has not been reviewed or calibrated, instruments may be located above the water levels in pools, and some instruments measure stage up to a certain height and will display a flat line at zero or the maximum height once that maximum measurable stage is reached.


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