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Jon Cohl ADCP at 01457400 Musconetcong Riegelsville
December 30, 2020

Jon Cohl ADCP at 01457400 Musconetcong Riegelsville

Photo Contest Winner | January 2021 | People
Jon Cohl ADCP at 01457400 Musconetcong Riegelsville

Webcam image from Whippany River at Morristown
August 25, 2020

Whippany Morristown Webcam

Image from the Whippany River at Morristown webcam

Wildwood NJ Surf
August 20, 2020

Wildwood NJ Surf

Photo of the surf and clouds in Wildwood, NJ November 2019. 

Webcam image from Pascack Brook at Hillsdale
August 20, 2020

Hillsdale Webcam

Webcam image from Pascack Brook at Woodcliff Lake outlet at Hillsdale, NJ (01377451) 

Groundwater well casings in Browns Mills study area
July 30, 2020

Little Pine Lake wells

Groundwater piezometers used to monitor vertical hydraulic gradients, Little Pine Lake, Browns Mills, New Jersey.

View upstream in a walled river channel seen from Washington Avenue in Belleville, NJ
March 5, 2020

Second_River

Looking upstream from the bridge at the sampling site on the Second River above Washington Ave at Belleville, NJ (USGS Downstream order number 01392518) 

​​​​​​​Daniel Skulski conducting PFAS collection
March 2, 2020

​​​​​​​Daniel Skulski conducting PFAS collection

Photo Contest Winner | March 2020 | Honorable Mention 2
Daniel Skulski conducting PFAS collection

Ringing Rocks
December 2, 2019

Pam Reilly

Pamela Reilly, Hydrologist

​​​​​​​Dragonfly on tagline
July 16, 2019

​​​​​​​Dragonfly on tagline

Northeast Region Photo Contest Winner | Sept 2019 | Honorable Mention
Dragonfly on tagline

Scientists setting out a monitor for algal bloom
July 9, 2019

Hopatcong Monitor

USGS scientists Lisa Carper and Jon Cohl deploy a monitoring buoy at Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, to monitor water-quality conditions and a harmful algal bloom in near real-time.

Looking a a monitoring Buoy from the boat
July 9, 2019

Hopatcong Buoy

USGS scientists deploy a monitoring buoy on Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, to monitor water-quality conditions and a harmful algal bloom in near real-time. USGS scientist Karl Braun is photographed.

Scientists collecting samples on lake Hopatcong
July 9, 2019

Sampling Hopatcong

USGS scientists Brad Bjorklund and Jon Cohl collect a water-quality sample at Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, to monitor a harmful algal bloom on the lake.