Home Archived April 24, 2019
(i)

California Water Science Center - Santa Ana Basin, National Water Quality Assessment Program

Home       Research       Publications       Water Data       News       Information Requests            
View of California Scenery
Skip navigation

SITE NAVIGATION

Search this site:

pictureCucamonga Creek near Mira Loma (11073495), BFS

Water quality at this site is influenced by wastewater discharge, and runoff from urban and agricultural land use, including dairies. The drainage area is 75.8 square miles at an elevation of 660 feet above sea level. The USGS has operated this site as a continuous record gaging station since January 1968. The channel is concrete-lined and trapezoidal in shape. An automatic water quality sampler will be installed at this site due to the "flashy" nature of the flow. The site is located above the Prado Flood Control Reservoir.

pictureRetrieve Water Quality and Other Data: NWIS-Web
Note: You are leaving the Santa Ana NAWQA web site, you may experience delays when retrieving data.

Cucamonga Creek, looking upstream, with San Gabriel Mountains in the background.
Cucamonga Creek, looking upstream,
with San Gabriel Mountains in the background.
Collecting a water-quality sample from Cucamonga Creek.
Collecting a water-quality sample from
Cucamonga Creek.
(Photos by Carmen Burton, USGS)

 

Accessibility FOIA Privacy Policies and Notices

Take Pride in America logo USA.gov logo U.S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
URL: http://ca.water.usgs.gov /projects/sana_nawqa/sw_cucamonga.html
Page Contact Information: gs-w-cadist_www@usgs.gov
Page Last Modified: Friday, 23-Dec-2016 13:44:47 EST