The Stream Flow Project is complete for 2020. The ZIP file linked below contains all of the raw data along with graphs.
There was only one major flood in Carroll Cave during 2020. That flood occurred on 12 January. The stream level at the ladder reached about 12 feet, and below Thunder Falls it reached almost 21 feet. Other minor floods happened throughout the spring, and there was one minor event in October.read more
Carroll Cave data logger and rescue cache inventory
Permit numbers 2008-01 and 2007-02
Data logger participants – Seth Colston Kristen Godfrey Kayla Rosen Kayla Heady Martin Carmichael Tyler Skaggs Melissa Shippy
Rescue Cache inventory – Jay Kennedy Nick Kennedy Rita Worden Bill Gee
This trip was originally planned to be just a data logger service trip. The goals changed and evolved, especially in the two weeks leading up to the trip. Even on Saturday morning no one was completely sure who was going to be there and what the teams would be. By the time everyone got there we had three goals:read more
The Carroll Cave Stream Flow Project is complete for 2019. The file linked at the bottom of this post contains all of the raw data, the processed data and full year graphs in both PDF and JPG format.
The data shows two major floods in the cave. One was in early May and the other in early June. The May flood reached just over 8 feet in Thunder River at the ladder, with almost 18 feet below Thunder Falls. The June flood reached about 3 feet at the ladder and 13 feet below Thunder Falls.read more
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