Spatiotemporal variation of turbidity in Alameda Creek and selected tributaries: August thru December 2007
Spatiotemporal variation of turbidity in Alameda Creek and selected tributaries: August thru December 2007. SFEI Contribution No. 547. San Francisco Estuary Institute.2008.
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Alameda Creek Watershed Sediment Forum (Project)
Alameda Creek is the largest watershed in the Bay area draining approximately 650 square miles of the East Bay interior hills and valleys, including the Livermore-Amador and Sunol valleys. The creek then cuts through the East Bay Hills via Niles Canyon before flowing across its large alluvial fan and floodplain complex, ultimately discharging into the southern portion of the San Francisco Bay. Average annual rainfall in the watershed varies from 24 inches on Mt Hamilton at an elevation of 4,400 ft above sea level to 15 inches near the Bay margin in Fremont.