Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center

Data and Tools

The U.S. Geological Survey operates and maintains approximately 7,300 streamgages nationwide (558 in Florida and 124 in Puerto Rico) which provide long-term, accurate, and unbiased information that meets the needs of many diverse users.

Real-Time Data

NWIS Mapper:  FL/PR          Precipitation: FL/PR
Streamflow:     FL/PR          Lake/Reservoir: FL/PR
Groundwater:  FL/PR/VI     Water Quality: FL/PR

Hydrologic Data

Hydrologic Data

Real-time and Historical Data

We provide current and historical surface-water, groundwater, water quality, water use, and ecological data in various formats (map, graphical, tabular).

Hydrology Monitoring Tools

Hydrology Monitoring Tools

Monitoring Websites

Our data and tools are digital information in a format suitable for direct input to software that can analyze its meaning in the scientific, engineering, or business context for which the data were collected.

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Date published: September 16, 2019

Shapefile of ponds overlying the South Coast aquifer, Santa Isabel area, Puerto Rico, March – April, 2014

These data contain locations of 11 irrigation ponds used in construction of the potentiometric map of the South Coast aquifer in the Santa Isabel area of southern Puerto Rico during March 31 to April 17, 2014.santa

Date published: September 16, 2019

Shapefile of discrete water-level measurements in the South Coast aquifer, Santa Isabel area, Puerto Rico, March – April, 2014

These data contain groundwater level measurements at 55 locations, used in construction of the potentiometric map of the South Coast aquifer in the Santa Isabel area of southern Puerto Rico during March 31 to April 17, 2014. Measured values of the potentiometric surface ranged from -22.8 feet to 185.4 feet above mean sea level.

Date published: September 16, 2019

Shapefile of the potentiometric contours the South Coast aquifer, Santa Isabel area, Puerto Rico, March - April, 2014

These data contain the estimated locations of potentiometric contours of the South Coast aquifer in the Santa Isabel area of southern Puerto Rico during March 31 to April 17, 2014.

Date published: September 16, 2019

Data and Shapefiles for the Potentiometric Surface of the South Coast Aquifer and Hydrologic Conditions in the Santa Isabel area, Puerto Rico, March-April 2014

A groundwater level survey and reconnaissance of the hydrologic conditions in the South Coast aquifer in the Santa Isabel area of southern Puerto Rico was conducted during March 31 to April 17, 2014. The field survey included groundwater level measurements at 55 wells and instantaneous streamflow measurements at 15 locations in streams and irrigation canals. A potentiometric surface map of the...

Date published: September 16, 2019

Shapefile of surface-water discharge measurements overlying the South Coast aquifer, Santa Isabel area, Puerto Rico, March – April, 2014

These data contain instantaneous streamflow measurements at 15 locations in streams and irrigation canals used in construction of the potentiometric map of the South Coast aquifer in the Santa Isabel area of southern Puerto Rico during March 31 to April 17, 2014.

Date published: February 25, 2019

Groundwater Levels at Selected Observation Wells in the South Coast of Puerto Rico

Depth-to-water is measured periodically to evaluate hydrologic conditions at important aquifers throughout Puerto Rico. The water-level measurements from observation wells can be computed to understand the hydrologic stresses acting on aquifers and how these stresses affect groundwater conditions. 

Date published: February 5, 2019

Hydrologic Conditions of Selected Reservoirs in Puerto Rico

The following graphs show water surface elevations above NGVD 1929 in selected reservoirs for several years, including 2015. The purpose of these graphs is to compare water surface elevations during 2015 with water surface elevations observed during years when documented droughts have occurred.

Date published: February 5, 2019

Hydrologic Conditions of Selected Reservoirs in Puerto Rico

The following graphs show water surface elevations above NGVD 1929 in selected reservoirs for several years, including 2015. The purpose of these graphs is to compare water surface elevations during 2015 with water surface elevations observed during years when documented droughts have occurred.

Date published: February 5, 2019

Water Level and Salinity Analysis Mapper

The Water Level and Salinity Analysis Mapper is designed to conduct automated statistical and graphical analyses on water-level and salinity data collected from sites monitored by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in South Florida.

Date published: January 1, 2019

Reported and inventoried crop and irrigated acreage in Lee County, Florida, 1978-2018

A detailed table summarizing the irrigated acreage by crop type and irrigation system was developed for the 2018 growing season (November 2017 and September 2018) for Lee County, Florida. The acreage totals presented are derived from the results of a cooperative project that mapped and field-verified irrigated fields in Lee County, Florida. In addition, the table provides acreage totals by...

Date published: January 1, 2019

Shapefile showing the approximate inland extent of saltwater interface in the Biscayne aquifer in 2018, Miami-Dade County, Florida

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with Miami-Dade County, mapped the approximate inland extent of saltwater intrusion in eastern Miami-Dade County in 2018. This approximation required acquisition and compilation of relevant data collected by the organizations: Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA), Florida Power &...

Date published: January 1, 2019

GIS shapefile: Lee County, Florida irrigated agricultural land-use for the 2018 growing season

This data set consists of a detailed digital map of the areal extent of fields and a summary of the irrigated acreage for the 2018 growing season developed for Lee County, Florida. Selected attribute data that include crop type, irrigation system, and primary water source were collected for each irrigated field.