Peak Flow Rate - Grasslands The Grasslands National Park monitors daily the peak flow rates of the Frenchman River and Rock Creek every year from March to August; this measure reports on the integrity of a natural disturbance process by comparing the current distribution of peak flow rates to a historic baseline from the early 1900s. 2017-10-01 2018-04-09 Parks Canada stefano.liccioli@pc.gc.ca Nature and Environmentpeak flow ratedisturbanceerosiondepositionsedimentsprecipitationhistoric baselineriparianSaskatchewan Peak Flow Rate - GrasslandsCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/ETjDlWe7CNFOlgzqI2CEvpcBvfOuSj9VOyBYxXXNSM63WA?e=3SH8kp

Peak Flow Rate - Grasslands

The Grasslands National Park monitors daily the peak flow rates of the Frenchman River and Rock Creek every year from March to August; this measure reports on the integrity of a natural disturbance process by comparing the current distribution of peak flow rates to a historic baseline from the early 1900s.

Resources

Resource Name Resource Type Format Language Links
Peak Flow Rate - Grasslands Dataset CSV English
French
Access

Geographic Information

Geographic Region Name:

Saskatchewan