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Structure 77 on the Caloosahatchee River at Moore Haven, Florida
January 12, 2021

Structure 77 on the Caloosahatchee River at Moore Haven, Florid

Structure 77 (S-77) on the Caloosahatchee River at Moore Haven, Florida.

USGS hydrologic technician loading a bottle into a DH-95 water-quality sampler
January 12, 2021

USGS technician loading a bottle into a DH-95 water-quality sampler

Hydrologic Technician Alan Cressler loading a bottle into a DH-95 water-quality sampler. Photo taken on the Caloosahatchee River below Structure 77, Moore Haven, Florida

USGS hydrologic technician holding a bottle containing a sediment sample
January 12, 2021

USGS technician holding a bottle containing a sediment sample

Hydrologic Technician Alan Cressler holding a bottle containing a sediment sample. Photo taken on the Caloosahatchee River below Structure 77, Moore Haven, Florida.

USGS technician measuring river discharge
November 10, 2020

USGS technician measuring river discharge

Hydrologic Technician Adam Hines measuring river discharge using a remote controlled acoustic Dopler current profiler. Photo taken on the Caloosahatchee River below Structure 77, Moore Haven, Florida.

Dianne López-Trujillo with Lynne Carrier, FEMA translator.
January 28, 2020

Dianne López-Trujillo with Lynne Carrier, FEMA translator

Dianne López-Trujillo with Lynne Carrier, FEMA translator.

The USGS Recognizes Dianne Lopez-Trujillo During Hispanic Heritage Month

What happens when a 6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes Puerto Rico and the public needs critical information? How does a mostly English-speaking science agency reach a mostly Spanish-speaking public?

The USGS relies on its

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Congressional event following the 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico
January 19, 2020

Congressional event following the 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico

Congressional event following the 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico held on Jan. 20, 2020. Dr. Jonathan Godt (USGS) and Dr. Elizabeth A. Vanacore (Red Sismica Puerto Rico) answered questions to congressmen: Yauco's major, Bill Posey, Jenniffer González Colón, Stephanie Murphy, Donna Shalala

Congressional event following the 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico
January 19, 2020

Congressional event following the 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico

Overview of the Congressional event following the 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico. Bottom of picture: congressmen. Center: Dianne Lopez, Lindsay Davis, Donyelle Davis

Part of the USGS Earthquake Response Team visiting areas affected by the 6.4 earthquake.
January 17, 2020

USGS visits areas affected by the 6.4 Puerto Rico earthquake

Part of the USGS Earthquake Response Team visiting areas affected by the 6.4 earthquake. Place: Guánica Boardwalk. From left to right: Donyelle Davis, Dianne López, Jonathan Godt, Alex Grant

USGS team with Wanda Vazquez-Garced, governor of Puerto Rico
January 15, 2020

USGS Earthquake Response team with governor of Puerto Rico

USGS team with Wanda Vazquez-Garced, governor of Puerto Rico. From left to right: Lindsay Davis, Wanda Vazquez, Dianne Lopez-Trujillo, Jonathan Godt, Donyelle Davis, Alex Grant

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: tethered ADCP
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: tethered ADCP

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: tethered ADCP – A tethered acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) is pulled through a cross section of Rio de La Plata near Toa Alta, Puerto Rico, September 25, 2019. Hydrologic technicians with the Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center visited multiple USGS stream gage sites to make high flow

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Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: computer
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: computer

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: computer – Gage height and precipitation data recorded by sensors and measured manually are logged into an electronic notebook, September 25.