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Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: Crest Stage Gage
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in PR after Tropical Storm Karen: Crest Stage Gage

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: Crest Stage Gage – The distance of a cork line from a known gage height is measured September 25. The cork line was left on a crest stage gage after a high flow event.

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

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: Gage house

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: Gage house – Manuel Rosario, with the Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center, checks the sensors in the gage house September 25.

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: computing gage height
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in PR after Tropical Storm Karen: computing gage height

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: computing gage height – Manual Rosario does some math required to compute the gage height September 25.

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: recording gage height
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in PR after Tropical Storm Karen: recording gage height

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: recording gage height – A ding-wop, a weight attached to measuring devices, was used to measure the gage height, September 25.

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: staging the measurement
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in PR after Tropical Storm Karen: staging measurement

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: staging the measurement – Manuel Rosario, with the Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center, stages an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) to measure high flow September 25.

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

Stream gaging in PR after Tropical Storm Karen: downstream control

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: downstream control – The pool pictured is almost twice it’s normal size and depth after Tropical Storm Karen passed the island, September 25.

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen:  finishing the visit
September 25, 2019

Stream gaging in PR after Tropical Storm Karen: finishing the visit

Stream gaging in Puerto Rico after Tropical Storm Karen: finishing the visit – Manuel Rosario, with the Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center, walks to the gage house after completing a discharge measurement September 25.

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.

Map showing new Gulf of Mexico storm tide bracket network
October 10, 2018

New Gulf of Mexico network speeds USGS hurricane preparations

Each one these blue dots represents a site where a storm-tide sensor bracket has been installed for the Gulf of Mexico pre-defined network. There are currently 85 brackets in Florida, 6 in Alabama, 3 in Mississippi, 18 in Louisiana and 26 in Texas, for a total of 138 bracketed sites. (Not all brackets will be used in all storms.)

 

Hurricane Michael Flood Event Viewer (map)
October 10, 2018

This Flood Event Viewer is a one-stop information source

The USGS creates a Flood Event Viewer for major flooding incidents, as a one-stop, interactive information source. On that website, viewers can click on each red dot (storm-tide sensor) to see details about it. The Flood Event Viewer for Hurricane Michael is at https://stn.wim.usgs.gov/FEV/#MichaelOct2018

Eastern FL Panhandle map of predicted beach erosion, overwash, inundation
October 9, 2018

Strong hurricane impacts predicted for many Panhandle beaches

Coastal Change Storm Hazard Team map created Tuesday, 10/89/18 showing current forecasted beach erosion, overwash and inundation effects of Hurricane Michael's predicted landfall in the Florida Panhandle. Forecast will change with subsequent National Hurricane Center forecasts.