The Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) is regularly used to measure streamflow in high-flow situations when water is too deep and fast to wade. In these situations, the ADCP can provide accurate detail about flow, as well as the channel geometry. For example, on February 21st, 2017 Coyote Creek flooded throughout areas in San Jose. Balance collected streamflow data on Coyote Creek at Charcot Ave in San Jose. The graphic shows the channel geometry and the associated water velocity, which corresponds to a flow of approximately 5,945 cfs. The corresponding photo shows imminent flooding across the road.