As part of the San Joaquin River Restoration Program, the physical and biological effects of flows are monitored along the San Joaquin River from Friant Dam to the confluence of the Merced River. An Annual Technical Report documents the monitoring program and provides results from prior releases on a regular schedule. Making decisions on release requires information prior to the compilation and release of the Annual Technical Report. The following pages provide the data to support operations for the SJRRP.
The Monitoring and Analysis Plan (MAP), formerly known as the Agency Plan, describes upcoming monitoring and analysis to manage Interim and Restoration Flows for the next year of the San Joaquin River Restoration Program.
The Flow Schedule section describes the process for how Interim Flows are determined, scheduled, evaluated and released. This section also includes links to recent documents created through this process. The process of scheduling flows is documented in the Restoration Flow Guidelines.
Visit here for raw data files. Also, after-the-fact accounting of flow rates at specific flow compliance locations enables calculation of water for recirculation in addition to unexpected seepage losses.