A data set of flows and reservoir storage levels from gauges on the Eel River.
The California Data Exchange Center (CDEC) installs, maintains, and operates an extensive hydrologic data collection network.
Visit DFW’s website for access to educational resources, to learn about local fishing regulations, discover resources on habitat conservation, and much more!
The Nature Conservancy’s extensive website for California Salmon.
The Nature Conservancy’s California Salmon Snapshots is a collaborative information-sharing effort, critical to the on-going recovery of the state’s salmon species. For the first time ever, population data from the California Department of Fish & Wildlife and others — are compiled to show the number of salmon in our coastal California watersheds.
An interactive map of water rights held in California.
A water right is a granted permission to withdraw water from a river, stream, or ground water source for a “reasonable” and “beneficial” use.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC, is an independent agency that regulates the interstate transmission of electricity, natural gas, and oil. FERC also reviews proposals to build liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals and interstate natural gas pipelines as well as licensing hydropower projects.
The Eel River Forum, facilitated by CalTrout, is a coalition of public agencies, Indian tribes, conservation partners, and other stakeholders with interest in, or responsibility for the environmental stewardship of the Eel River.
This website provides information on fishing regulations, charters, guides, where to eat seafood, fishing reports, and much more!
NOAA Fisheries is responsible for the stewardship of the nation’s ocean resources and their habitat.
Department of the Interior’s Interactive Stream Map.
Streamer is a new way to visualize and understand water flow across America. With Streamer you can explore our Nation’s major streams by tracing upstream to their source or downstream to where they empty. In addition to making maps, Streamer creates reports about your stream traces and the places they pass through.
The above link directs to a data set for stage and stream flow of seven sites on the Eel River.
The USGS investigates the occurrence, quantity, quality, distribution, and movement of surface and underground waters and disseminates the data to the public, State and local governments, public and private utilities, and other Federal agencies involved with managing our water resources.