Real time data on Flooding on the Oxford Flood Plain.

Guages to watch to see how the river Thames effects the Flood plain and Oxford and the flood plain villages.
These are the guages that are used by the Environment Agency to monitor and control water levels in the flood plain and warn people of impending flooding.
Station data
Station name:  Kings Lock
Site id:  7055
Watercourse:  Thames
Site datum:  56.394 m AOD
Site opened:  Jan 2000
Station data
Station name:  Iffley Lock
Site id:  7072
Watercourse:  Thames
Site datum:  51.514 m AOD
Site opened:  Jan 1995
Station data
Station name:  Sandford-on-Thames
Site id:  7405
Watercourse:  Thames
Site datum:  49.798 m AOD
Site opened:  Jul 2011
Station data
Station name:  Thrupp
Site id:  7066
Watercourse:  Cherwell
Site datum:  60 m AOD
Site opened:  Jan 2000
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Flood Network and Nominet have worked together to develop the Oxford Flood Network project, showing the Internet of Things in action to monitor flooding. So head over to http://flood.network and see the map or join in and install a sensor.
2016-01-26
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Name of lock Distance to next lock downstream (km) Distance to next lock downstream (miles) Time to lock downstream at 8 km/h (minutes)
Eynsham Lock  4.37      2.71       33

King’s Lock  1.81      1.13       14
Godstow Lock  3.87      2.40       30
Osney Lock  3.73      2.32       28
Iffley Lock  2.70      1.68       21
Sandford Lock  7.38      4.58       56

Abingdon Lock  4.15      2.58       32
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