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Today is January 22, 210. We’re at the Rillito Creek, La Cholla. Now, that’s the staff named Corey. This is Chris Smith, Robert Fritzinger. Both were looking at as the hydrograph reach the creek at La Cholla.
It peaked below over 3,000 cfs earlier this morning. We’re coming down. We’re at about 2,400 cfs right now according to this preliminary hydrograph.
There’s Chris Smith being recorded by the KVOA News Channel 4 showing on tonight.
Title: Streamflow Measurement, Rillito Creek AZ (Jan 2010)
Description: USGS employees, John Hoffmann, Corey Salmond, Robert Fritzinger, and Chris Smith are being interviewed by Naomi Pescovitz from KVOA on January 22, 2010. Robert Fritzinger and Corey Salmond are making a streamflow measurement at Rillito Creek at La Cholla BLVD near Tucson streamflow gaging station. The updated peak was 1,360 cubic feet per second (CFS) on January 22, 2010. Flow was measured to be 633 cfs on the 22th. The measurement allowed the USGS to revise their initial peak of 3,400 cfs to a verified peak of 1,360 cfs.
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Date Taken: 1/22/2010
Video Producer: U.S. Geological Survey
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