Site Type

Site Name

 

BTL - Lower Big Timber, Lemhi Basin

In-stream detection system currently consisting of two antennas located in Big Timber Creek approximately 300 meters upstream of the confluence with the Lemhi River. The Big Timber array site is located 1.32 k below the culvert on Highway 28. BTL is operated by the Integrated Status and Effectiveness Project (ISEMP) cooperators Idaho Fish and Game and Quantitative Consultants, Inc. and was installed for continuous monitoring in October 2013. This site is powered by a 24 volt solar powered system and remote communication is provided by a cellular telephone modem. Environmental conditions are monitored by air temperature, water temperature, and water depth sensors. The initial site configuration consisting of three arrays of two antennas each was replaced in October 2016 with a 20 ft and a 10ft antenna deployed about 30 meters apart.

Operated by:

ISEMP

First year:

2013

Last year:

2017

RKM:

522.303.416.089.001

Site Contacts

Steward

Kevin Peterson
kpeterson@qcinc.org
(208) 275-0011

POC

Braden Lott
braden@qcinc.org
(208) 310-9149

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Operational Dates

Year Start Date End Date Notes
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017

Current and Historic Site Configurations

Config Seq: 110

Start Date: 10/19/2016

End Date:

Config Seq: 100

Start Date: 10/16/2013

End Date: 10/19/2016

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