Todd Rasmussen and John Dowd have installed stream flow devices at 3 locations in the Lake Herrick watershed. At a flume on Birdsong Creek which flows from the drained pond near the dog run to Lake Herrick, they have connected sensors to telemetry so they can download the data and display it. It currently shows in the upper right graph the stream flow rate in liters per second. Below that are the air and water temperatures. Below that is the height of the water in the stream. Also shown are the barometric pressure and the battery and current flow (everything is powered by batteries and solar panels).