Oregon Water Science Center

Multimedia

Multimedia products are an important way to distribute information to the public. The Oregon Water Science center continues to produce a variety of outreach materials including audio broadcasts, video podcasts, and online videos. Search below to see what we have been up to.

USGS Multimedia Gallery

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April 23, 2016

DataGrapher: Quick Overview

The Data Grapher is a set of online tools that allow users to create customized graphs and tables of a whole variety of time-series data that are served up by the U.S. Geological Survey. When you visit the USGS Data Grapher site for the Oregon Water Science Center, this is the first page you will see. In order to use the USGS Data Grapher, you need to become familiar with

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April 23, 2016

DataGrapher: Setting Up Your First Graph

The most basic function possible with the USGS Data Grapher is the one site, one parameter plot. Starting with the Time Series, One Site feature, you can select any of the sites that have been loaded into the Data Grapher system; for the Oregon Data Grapher, data from nearly 300 monitoring sites from Oregon and southwest Washington have been loaded. The available water-

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April 23, 2016

DataGrapher: Adjusting A Graph

Once you have generated your graph, you have a variety of options of where to go next. First, you can download the data that you used to create the graph by selecting here. This allows you to import the data directly into a spreadsheet or database package where you can do your own custom manipulation. Another option is to download the actual graphic as shown on the screen

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April 23, 2016

DataGrapher: Walk-Through Guide

The Data Grapher is a set of online tools that allow users to create customized graphs and tables of a whole variety of time-series data that are served up by the U.S. Geological Survey. Now, if you've never been here before, it probably would be helpful to check out the Help system. Under the Help menu, there are a number of tutorials and example graphs. Under Example

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rough skin newt
March 27, 2016

Rough skin newt just below the surface of a wetland pond

Rough skin newt just below the surface of a wetland pond in the Tualatin River Basin, Oregon.

hydrologic technician at gagehouse
January 15, 2016

Columbia River at Stevenson, Washington

Hydrologic technician Sylas Daughtrey works at a gagehouse on Columbia River at Stevenson, Washington

Bridge and water gage house at the Coast Fork Willamette River at State Highway 58
December 18, 2015

Coast Fork Willamette River and Gage House

Coast Fork Willamette River and gage house at State Highway 58 near Goshen, Oregon, above flood stage on December 18, 2015.

December 14, 2015

Find Jobs at USGS

Sometimes it is difficult to know where to start when looking for a job. At the USGS it's easy. All our jobs go through the usajobs.gov website. Interested in a career with the USGS? Start with science. Start with usajobs.gov.

USGS Streamgage on the Williamson River
November 21, 2015

USGS Streamgage on the Williamson River

A U.S. Geological Survey hydrologist collects a water sample from the Williamson River below Chiloquin, Oregon. The sample was analyzed as part of a water-quality study the USGS conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the Klamath Tribes.

ecosystem sampling of West Fork Palmer Creek
June 16, 2015

Stuck in the muck at West Fork Palmer Creek, OR

USGS scientist completing a stream assessement of West Fork Palmer Creek, Oregon.

water gear
June 4, 2015

Tools of the trade

Photograph of field gear and equipment used in water quality monitoring.