The East Fork (489 acres) watershed and the West Fork
(290 acres) control watershed on Willow Creek range between
8,800 and 9,300 ft in elevation. The watersheds received an
average annual precipitation of 34 inches. The watersheds
supported an old-growth, uneven-aged southwestern mixed conifer
forest consisting of Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir, Rocky Mountain
white fir, ponderosa pine, southwestern white pine, Engelmann
spruce, blue spruce, corkbark fir, and quaking aspen. More...>
Data Collected - this section will provide access to data
collected when we have converted it into electronic form.
Data on precipitation, streamflow, sediment loads, and other
data were collected on the Willow Creek Watershed over the
period from 1957 to about 1983.
Documentation for the data - what measurements were
recorded, how to interpret it, the years covered, etc.
Data - select the watersheds, time period, etc. then
view and download the results
Images - available in the image database illustrating various
aspects and conditions found in watersheds in the southwestern
States. These can be accessed after getting into the database
by using the key word willow creek.