New York Water Science Center


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man on bridge over flooding creek controlling an adcp
November 1, 2019

Fish Creek at Beck's Grove, NY 04242640

Making a discharge measurement at Fish Creek at Beck's Grove, New York, November 1, 2019.

large white machine with plastic tubing in a laboratory
October 21, 2019

Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrophotometer for cation analyses

Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrophotometer for cation analyses (ICP-OES)

a white machine with a clear blue front and white swirled light inside
October 21, 2019

Dissolved organic/inorganic carbon analyzer (DOC/DIC)

Dissolved organic/inorganic carbon analyzer (DOC/DIC)

gage house next to body of water lined with fall colored trees
October 21, 2019

Fall day at Neversink River at Neversink, NY 01436000

Fall day at Neversink River at Neversink, NY 01436000

man in boat hauling up a water sample from a large river
October 9, 2019

Niagara River Water Quality Sample 2019

USGS staffer Matthew Jennings collecting water quality samples on the lower Niagara River for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) project. Photo by John Wernly (Public domain)

women in cableway car above water pulling orange adcp
September 12, 2019

Cableway measurement Saranac River at Plattsburgh, NY

USGS contractor Diana Phillips on September 12, 2019, making a section by section measurement at USGS 04273500 SARANAC RIVER AT PLATTSBURGH NY using an acoustic doppler current profiler (ADCP). Photo by Brian McDonald

2 people in life vests by dock by water hammering into post with city view in background
July 30, 2019

HRECOS gage Pier 26 New York, NY

Riley Behrens and Anthony Cacace are replacing an intake on Hudson River Environmental Conditions Observing System (HRECOS) gage 01376520 Hudson River at Pier 26 at New York, NY. Photo by Natalie Cheung (Public domain

large seine on a creek with trees on shoreline
July 18, 2019

Schoharie Creek during a fish community survey

A blocking seine prevents fish from moving in or out of a study reach on the Schoharie Creek during a fish community survey conducted on July 18th by Scott George, Barry Baldigo, and technicians from the New York Water Science Center. Photo by Scott George

3 usgs staffers on boat in water capturing fish during electrofishing
June 12, 2019

Electrofishing on Eighteenmile Creek, NY

A USGS field crew captures fish during a boat electrofishing survey

green pasture outlined by trees and has a USGS gage in the corner
June 7, 2019

CB-1072 Niverville, NY

CB-1072 Niverville NY USGS gage

May 15, 2019

USGS Studies Harmful Algal Blooms in New York

USGS scientists are studying water-quality conditions and harmful algal blooms—known as HABs—in Owasco, Seneca and Skaneateles lakes in New York. The USGS monitoring effort will provide a better understanding of HAB growth and severity and allow for near instantaneous detection of changing water-quality conditions that might be indicative of HAB development. This will

storm clouds over USGS floating HABS platform and boat  with USGS staffers on choppy lake waters
May 14, 2019

HABS platform Owasco Lake, NY

HABS platform Owasco Lake, NY