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Our multimedia gallery represents a collection of high-quality images, videos, webcams, posters, presentations, and documents produced by the New Mexico Water Science Center.

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Sumner Dam
March 2, 2017

Sumner Dam

Sunset after installing an Acoustic Doppler Velocity Meter at Fort Sumner Main Canal near Fort Sumner, NM

Snowshoeing in the Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque, New Mexico as part of a snowpack hydrology study
January 24, 2017

Snowpack Study

Student Aurelia Mitchell recently trekked up into the Sandia Mountains to collect snow data as part of an ongoing hydrologic study in the East Mountains, conducted in cooperation with the Bernalillo County Public Works Division. They measured the depth and density of the snow in several locations to determine the snow/water equivalent. This information can be used in the

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Hydro techs snowshoeing in the Sandia Mountains as part of a snowpack hydrology study.
January 24, 2017

Snowpack Study

Hydrologist Ryan McCutcheon and student Aurelia Mitchell recently trekked up into the Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque, New Mexico to collect snow data as part of an ongoing hydrologic study in the East Mountains, conducted in cooperation with the Bernalillo County Public Works Division. They measured the depth and density of the snow in several locations to determine the

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Rio Chama above Abiquiu Dam
November 29, 2016

Rio Chama above Abiquiu Dam

Snowy road on the way to Rio Chama above Abiquiu Dam (08286500)

View of the Rio Brazos river with green trees and blue sky as the backdrop.
October 17, 2016

Rio Brazos near Tierra Amarilla, NM

Hydrologic technician Lindsay Hastings took this photo of the Rio Brazos near Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico during her first field trip as a streamgager with the New Mexico Water Science Center. Did you know that New Mexico was the birth place of streamgaging? The USGS began collecting streamflow information in 1889 when the first streamgage was established on the Rio Grande

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NM Boys and Girls Ranch Wetlands Hydrologic Assessment: An Interagency
September 28, 2016

NM Boys and Girls Ranch Wetlands Hydrologic Assessment: An Interagency

NM Boys and Girls Ranch Wetlands Hydrologic Assessment: An Interagency

Rio Grande at New Mexico State Road 359 near Mesilla, N. Mex.
February 11, 2016

Rio Grande at New Mex. State Road 359

North-oriented view of the Rio Grande at New Mexico State Road 359 near Mesilla, N. Mex., February 11, 2016 (photograph by Nicholas R. Glaser, U.S. Geological Survey).

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Rio Grande from New Mexico State Road 359 near Mesilla, N. Mex.
February 11, 2016

Rio Grande from New Mexico State Road 359, New Mex.

North-oriented view of the Rio Grande from New Mexico State Road 359 near Mesilla, N. Mex., February 11, 2016 (photograph by Nicholas R. Glaser, U.S. Geological Survey).

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Rio Grande near Montaño Bridge
January 24, 2016

Rio Grande, about 1 mile southwest of Montaño Bridge

Upstream view of the Rio Grande from a location about 1 mile southwest of the Montaño Bridge. Photograph was taken January 24, 2016, by Nathan Myers.

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Rio Grande, about 1 mile southwest of Montaño Bridge, SIR 2016–5021
January 24, 2016

Rio Grande, about 1 mile southwest of Montaño Bridge, SIR 2016–5021

Upstream view of the Rio Grande from a location about 1 mile southwest of the Montaño Bridge. Photograph was taken January 24, 2016, by Nathan Myers.

Image: USGS Scientists Monitor Animas River
August 7, 2015

USGS Scientists Monitor Animas River

USGS scientist collecting water samples along the Animas River in Farmington, New Mexico on August 8, 2015. Scientists from the USGS New Mexico Water Science Center obtained water samples from the Animas and San Juan Rivers before and after arrival of the August 5 Gold King Mine spill.

Image: USGS Scientists Monitor San Juan River
August 7, 2015

USGS Scientists Monitor San Juan River

USGS scientists collecting water samples along the San Juan River in Farmington, New Mexico on August 8, 2015. Scientists from the USGS New Mexico Water Science Center obtained water samples from the Animas and San Juan Rivers before and after arrival of the August 5 Gold King Mine spill.