New York Water Science Center

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USGS Storm-Tide Sensor
March 31, 2018

USGS Storm-Tide Sensor

USGS storm-tide sensor bolted to a cement jetty on the Atlantic Ocean coast at Fire Island, New York. USGS scientists deployed over 50 sensors along the coast of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Delaware to study a Nor'easter that affected the Northeast in March of 2018.

2 men standing on drill rig
November 28, 2017

Hydrogeologic Framework Mapping - Long Island

Hydrogeologic Framework Mapping - Long Island 

man in fields in chair reading data from instrument on table
November 2, 2017

Saltwater Interface Mapping- Long Island

Saltwater Interface Mapping using electromagnetic sounding - Long Island

USGS scientist standing knee deep in Mohawk River getting SOD sample
August 10, 2017

SOD sampling Mohawk RIver

USGS scientist SOD sampling in the Mohawk RIver

woman with waders and big spoon standing knee deep in river
August 9, 2017

Sediment Oxygen Demand (SOD) sampling in Mohawk River

Sediment Oxygen Demand (SOD) sampling in Mohawk River

man working with equipment by pickup truck
April 20, 2017

Borehole logging

Borehole logging

Mohawk River flowing under railroad bridge at Stockade district
March 30, 2017

Ice Jam Webcam at the Stockade railroad bridge, Schenectady, NY

Mohawk River Live Ice Jam Web Camera monitoring conditions at the railroad bridge in the Stockade district, Schenectady, NY

snow and ice on Mohawk River at Lock 8
March 20, 2017

Mohawk River at Lock 8 near Schenectady, NY (01354330)

Mohawk River at Lock 8 near Schenectady, New York (01354330)

photo of ice coated Mohawk River at a bridge
March 16, 2017

Ice Jam Webcam image of Mohawk River at Stockade bridge, Schenectady

Ice Jam Webcam image of Mohawk River at Stockade bridge, Schenectady

bridge over Mohawk River at Lock 8 dam
March 10, 2017

Mohawk River at Lock 8 near Schenectady (01354330)

Mohawk River at Lock 8 near Schenectady (01354330) Live Ice Jam Web Camera

drill rig
January 30, 2017

Exploratory well drilling on Long Island, New York

Exploratory well drilling on Long Island to study the effective management of Long Island’s groundwater resources

The drilling will better define the aquifer system, track saltwater encroachment, and inform a new groundwater-flow model for the Island. Knowledge of the effects of land use and water use on groundwater resources is critical for understanding the...

man in orange USGS sweatshirt holding pipe by drill rig
January 27, 2017

Drilling exploratory wells on Long Island

Drilling exploratory wells on Long Island