Provides downloadable data sets on selected Red Cedar River qualities. Data coverage begins in 1902, 1931, 1963, or 1989 depending on the data set selected. Note that temperature data for the Red Cedar does not exist as it wasn't collected by the USGS for this station.
Users are able to view and download water quality data collected by the DEQ and DNR from surface water monitoring sites located throughout Michigan. Search by location = Ingham County Pull down the list and select Red Cedar Look for the tabs: Assessments, Water Quality, Beach/River E.coli, etc. Under USGS Gauge Station find discharge (volume) data from 1902 to present
Michigan Clean Water Corps (MiCorps) is a network of volunteer monitoring programs in Michigan, created to assist the DEQ in collecting and sharing water quality data for use in water resources management and protection programs. To find data specifically on the Red Cedar River, go to: Data Search Criteria - http://www.micorps.net/data/view/search/stream/raw.php 1. Search by County, Watershed, Stream/River Name or All sites Go To: Stream/River Name and select Red Cedar River from the options. 2. Select Date Range - Leave open for most results 3. Select Output Format - I recommend you go with Web format until you find what you need, then you can redo the search and retrieve the data set in spreadsheet format.
Here you can browse, search, preview, and download a variety of Michigan geospatial datasets. Browse by category or enter key words in the search box to locate a dataset of interest. You can then read its description to learn more and explore attributes before downloading. A variety of formats exist when downloading such as ESRI shapefile, spreadsheet, KML, or API.
Daily and hourly weather data from 72 weather stations around Michigan. First choose a weather station. Then choose data type (such as 'daily weather') Then choose data points (such as 'max air temperature') Then choose a date range Click 'generate report'