Users of these data should understand issues related to sampling error,
measurement error, and others. An excellent introduction to some of these
issues is available on
this site describing forest measurement and modelling error (courtesy
of Cris Brack, Department of Forestry, Australian National University).
Developers of this site also request that any publications using data
from these watersheds include the following
Some data used in this publication were obtained by scientists of the Arizona Watershed Program and were made available through the Managing Arid and Semi-arid Watersheds website (http://1.usa.gov/1djuHdV). This publication has not been reviewed by those scientists. These watersheds are operated and maintained by the Rocky Mountain Research Station, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Fort Collins, Colorado.
If you agree, here are two access points to the Beaver Creek data:
data type - search by data type (streamflow, precipitation, etc.),
dates, etc. for each of four watersheds, Beaver Creek, Castle Creek, Sierra Ancha, or Whitespar.
map - use a map to locate the data you want