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Date published: July 1, 2020

MD-DE-DC WSC Capabilities Sites

There's a lot of talent at the Maryland, Delaware, Washington, DC Water Science Center!

We’ve created a series of ten websites, thematically named to characterize our work as our “Capabilities”. Using these capabilities as headings within a dynamic framework, allowing for managed intra-capability, contemporaneous work with their respective partnerships allowing for...

Date published: May 12, 2020

USGS Responds to Spring Flooding

U.S. Geological Survey field crews are measuring flooding across the country as spring weather is in full swing. Warming temperatures, increased precipitation and snowmelt have caused moderate to major flooding in the upper Midwest, East Coast, Central Plains and the Southeast portions of the country.

Date published: September 16, 2018

Hurricane Florence Water Footprint Data Visualization

To learn more about USGS’ role providing science to decision makers before, during and after #Florence, visit the #USGS Hurricane Florence page at https://www.usgs.gov/florence.

Date published: September 15, 2018

USGS deploying more gauges for Florence, preparing to measure flooding

To learn more about USGS’ role providing science to decision makers before, during and after #Florence, visit the #USGS Hurricane Florence page at https://www.usgs.gov/florence.

Date published: September 11, 2018

USGS Scientists Prepare for Storms in Three Seas

Field work completed for powerful Hurricane Florence, while experts watch Isaac and Olivia

Editor's note: This story was originally published on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and was updated at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 12.

To learn more about USGS’ role providing science to decision makers before, during and after Hurricane Florence, visit the USGS Hurricane Florence page at https://www.usgs.gov/florence.

Date published: March 7, 2018

USGS Flood Experts Respond to High Water in Central, Northeastern U.S.

Crews from the U.S. Geological Survey have been in the field for weeks measuring flooding in the Midwest and in the Mississippi River watershed, and more recently flooding and storm tides on the Northern Atlantic coast, as higher temperatures, heavy rain, snowmelt and nor’easters affected numerous states. 

Date published: October 14, 2016

New water-quality station is a step forward for Baltimore water pollution clean-up

Online sites will provide the first real-time, user-friendly Inner Harbor water information

Date published: July 13, 2016

Maryland Storm-Tide Sensor Network Strengthened

Vital coastal storm-tide information needed to help guide storm response efforts following major storms affecting Maryland will be more accessible than ever due to a new monitoring network the U.S. Geological Survey is currently building.

For more information, see http://md.water.usgs.gov/usgs-news.html