Note: This gauge doesn't report river flow (only water temperature).
Dreamflows started reporting this data based on information provided by Pete Arpin, and at the suggestion of both Peter Arpin and Bob Center.
February 20, 2013:
Update: I previously stated that users may keep their existing BBS Website entries.
I'm generally okay with leaving entries that are commercial in nature, if they are somehow related to
recreational river use.
However, I've started removing existing entries that seem unrelated, e.g. selling vitamins, furniture
or real estate (even if it is on a river or lake).
February 19, 2013:
In the Bulletin Board profile, the optional Website field was supported at one time, and users may keep their existing entries (if they have one set).
However, entries can no longer be changed.
This is to reduce abuse from those who want to use Dreamflows as a marketing tool.
If you have a legitimate river-related website that would provide value to visitors, and which you'd like set in your profile, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 13, 2013:
Added rating tables for the following flow sites reported by Dreamflows:
Previously, Dreamflows reported actual Washingston State Department of Ecology gauge information for this site, however the gauge was discontinued.
Dreamflows started reporting this estimate at the request of Ben Hawthorne.
December 21, 2012:
Started reporting flow information for the following new Utah sites:
Previously, reservoir elevation was reported along with the estimated flow for So. American - Below Slab Creek Dam,
however because of this a graph of reservoir elevation wasn't available.
Now it is.
Dreamflows started reporting this information at the request of Paul Redd.
He will use reservoir elevation to help determine when Slab Creek Res is good for flat-water paddling.
Note: The historical changes page provides a list of additional Dreamflows changes, going back to early 2002.