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Licking River at Highway 536 near Alexandria, Kentucky
January 10, 2018

Licking River at Highway 536 near Alexandria, Kentucky

Licking River at Highway 536 near Alexandria, Kentucky gage, looking downstream from the gage location.

Buoy at Put-in-Bay
December 31, 2017

Buoy at Put-in-Bay

Buoy at Put-in-Bay.

HABs in lake.
December 31, 2017

HABs in lake.

HABs in lake.

East Fork Whitewater River gage
December 31, 2017

East Fork Whitewater River gage

East Fork Whitewater River gage

Staff processing a sample in the Microbiology laboratory
December 31, 2017

Staff processing a sample in the Microbiology laboratory

Staff processing a sample in the Microbiology laboratory

Ohio WSC Microbiology Laboaratory
December 31, 2017

Ohio WSC Microbiology Laboaratory

Ohio WSC Microbiology Laboaratory

Steven Fuller making an ADCP streamflow measurement via a cable car
December 31, 2017

Steven Fuller making an ADCP streamflow measurement via a cable car

Steven Fuller making an ADCP streamflow measurement via a cable car

Steven Fuller making an flood measurement
December 31, 2017

Steven Fuller making an flood measurement

Steven Fuller making an flood measurement

USGS owned Unmanned Aircraft System
December 31, 2017

USGS owned Unmanned Aircraft System

Photograph of USGS Kentucky WSC unmanned aircraft system.

Flood measurement at White River near Edwardsport, IN
December 31, 2017

Flood measurement at White River near Edwardsport, IN

Flood measurement at White River near Edwardsport, IN

Scenic View from Vermilion River, Vermilion, Ohio
December 28, 2017

Scenic View from Vermilion River, Vermilion, Ohio

Scenic view from Vermilion River, near Vermilion, OH

 03146500 Licking River near Newark, log jam, safety
December 4, 2017

03146500 Licking River near Newark Log Jam

Some days, measurements just can't be made... This is 03146500 Licking River near Newark. Licking County Highway department works diligently to clear an 80' x 40' log jam that was putting pressure on bridge piers. Adverse conditions like those pictured above are the norm for a hydro tech. On this day, the risk of debris floating down and getting caught on either the hydro

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