These data were used in the following publications: Caine, T.N. 1982. Water and sediment flows in the Green Lakes Valley, Colorado Front Range. Pp 13-22 In Halfpenny, J.C.(ed.). Ecological studies in the Colorado alpine. University of Colorado, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, Occasional Paper 37. 147 pp. Caine, N. 1984. Elevational contrasts in contemporary geomorphic activity in the Colorado Front Range. Studia Geomorphologica Carpatho-Balcanica 18: 5-31. Caine, N. 1985. Sediment movement and storage on alpine slopes in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Pp 115-137 In Abrahams, A.D.(ed.). Hillslope processes. Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology, International Series 16. Boston: Allen and Unwin. Caine, N., and L. Buchanan. 1987. Streamflow data from the Green Lakes Valley, 1981-1986. University of Colorado Long-Term Ecological Research Data Report 87/4. 34 pp. Caine, N., and E.M. Thurman. 1990. Temporal and spatial variations in the solute content of an alpine stream, Colorado Front Range. Geomorphology 4: 44-72. Caine, N. 1995. Snowpack influences on geomorphic processes in Green Lakes Valley, Colorado Front Range. Geographical Journal 161: 55-68. This is a summary of discharges from the Green Lakes Basin (7.1 km2 area) and is based on stage records from the control section in the channel, about 50 m downstream of the culvert under the road at the Albion camp, and consists of daily flow volumes. Initially, instrumentation consisted of a Leupold-Stevens A70 float recorder. The site was instrumented with an Omnidata EZ900 data logger system interfaced to a Keller 1 psi pressure transducer on 29 June 1993. In order to establish cross-calibration between the 2 forms of instrumentation, both were planned to be used through 1994. NOTE: The LTER data portal display does not display important maintenance/log information or other EML metadata features. Please be sure to view the EML file (a text file that contains XML tags) which is included in the zip archive (click on "Download zip archive") pertaining to each dataset. The EML file name will have the following format: knb-lter-nwt.[3 digit dataset number].[version number].xml. Most web browsers can parse the EML so it's easier to read.