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Click on the button below to find Real-Time Water Data for the states in the Lower Mississippi-Gulf. This includes Streamflow, Water Quality, Groundwater Levels, Precipitation and Water-Use. 

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Water-level data, selected water-quality data, and the potentiometric dataset for the Mississippi River Valley alluvial aquifer in eastern Arkansas, spring 2014

The alluvial aquifer of the Mississippi embayment lies within a syncline plunging south towards the Gulf of Mexico with the axis of the syncline roughly following the Mississippi River (Cushing and others, 1964, Hart and others, 2008). The trough of the syncline is comprised of alluvial and terrace deposits of Quaternary age (Ackerman, 1996). A potentiometric-surface map of the Mississippi River V

Supporting Data for Estimating Selected Low-Flow Frequency Statistics and Mean Annual Flow for Ungaged Locations on Streams in Alabama (ver. 1.1, November 2020)

Streamflow data and statistics are vitally important for proper protection and management of both the water quality and water quantity of Alabama streams. Such data and statistics are available at U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging stations, also referred to as streamgages or stations, but are often needed at ungaged stream locations. To address this need, the U.S. Geological Survey, in coop

Use of dye-tracing to delineate the recharge area of Manitou Cave, Alabama, towards assessing sensitive stygobiont habitat

In 2019, dye tracing investigations were conducted near Manitou Cave in Dekalb County, northeast Alabama. The purpose of the dye tracing was to delineate a recharge area for the stream in Manitou Cave, a 1.7-kilometer-long stream cave and the only known habitat for the Manitou Cavesnail (Antroribus breweri). In 2010, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was petitioned by the Center for Biological Di

Trend Departure Index Results for sites in the RESTORE Trend Analysis and Hydrologic Alteration Studies

This dataset includes results of the Trend Departure Index (TDI) for 139 sites in the RESTORE trend analysis study and approximately 9,200 HUC12 pour points in the streamflow alteration study. Data from the 139 sites in the trend analysis were compared against reference site data from the GAGES II dataset (Falcone and others, 2010) and were used to calculate the departure from reference conditions

Georeferenced Maps of the Thickness of the Sparta Aquifer in MS, AR, and LA, 1961 to 1996

The Sparta aquifer is a primary source of groundwater in north-central Louisiana. In 2015, more than 60 million gallons per day were withdrawn from the Sparta aquifer, of which over 90 percent was used for public supply and industrial purposes (Collier, 2018). Concentrated withdrawals from the Sparta aquifer have caused regional water-level declines within the Sparta aquifer (McGee and Brantly, 20

Simulated groundwater residence times in two principal aquifers of the Mississippi embayment physiographic region

Groundwater residence times and flow path lengths were simulated for two major aquifers of the Mississippi embayment region using particle tracking (Pollock, 2012; Starn and Belitz, 2018) in a regional groundwater-flow model (Haugh and others, 2020). The Mississippi embayment physiographic region includes two principal aquifer systems: the surficial aquifer system, which is dominated by the Quater

Prediction grids of pH for the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial and Claiborne Aquifers

Groundwater is a vital resource to the Mississippi embayment region of the central United States. Regional and integrated assessments of water availability that link physical flow models and water quality in principal aquifer systems provide context for the long-term availability of these water resources. An innovative approach using machine learning was employed to predict groundwater pH across d

Potentiometric surface dataset of the Sparta-Memphis aquifer in Arkansas, January 2013 - May 2013

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC), Arkansas Geological Survey, and the Union County Water Conservation Board, has monitored water levels as a part of an ongoing effort to provide information for management of the Sparta-Memphis aquifer. The USGS has produced reports, at various intervals, to describe groundwater conditions in t

Estimated Use of Water by Subbasin (HUC8) in the Red River Basin, 2010 and 2015

The Red River basin is one of several national "focus area studies" in the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Census. The objective of the National Water Census is to provide nationally-consistent base layers of well-documented data that account for water availability and use nationally. A focus area study (FAS) is a stakeholder-driven assessment of water availability in river basins

Machine-learning model predictions and groundwater-quality rasters of specific conductance, total dissolved solids, and chloride in aquifers of the Mississippi embayment

Groundwater is a vital resource in the Mississippi embayment of the central United States. An innovative approach using machine learning (ML) was employed to predict groundwater salinity - including specific conductance (SC), total dissolved solids (TDS), and chloride (Cl) concentrations - across three drinking-water aquifers of the Mississippi embayment. A ML approach was used because it accommod

Stream habitat relations of the Yellowcheek Darter (Etheostoma moorei) among four forks of the Little Red River in Arkansas

The Yellowcheek darter (YCD), Nothonotus moorei (Robison and Buchanan 2020), is endemic to the headwater tributaries (a.k.a. ‘forks’) of Little Red River system (South Fork, SF; Middle Fork, MF; Archey Fork, AF; and Beech Fork, BF) in north central Arkansas. Large portions of critical stream habitat in each stream fork were inundated in 1964 with the construction of Greers Ferry Dam, and the YCD i

Beach topography and near-shore bathymetry of Lake Superior at Minnesota Point, Duluth, MN, August 2019

This dataset is a digital elevation model (DEM) of the beach topography and near-shore bathymetry of Lake Superior at Minnesota Point, Duluth, Minnesota. The DEM has a 10-meter (m; 32.8084 feet) cell size and was created from a LAS (industry-standard binary format for storing large point clouds) dataset of terrestrial light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data representing the beach topography and s