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We collect data from Oregon lakes and streams, groundwater, landscapes, and ecosystems. You can explore the data on the map-based viewers below. Data is also available from our Oregon Monthly Water Availability Report.

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Compilation of total dissolved solids concentrations and specific conductance measurements in the Upper Colorado River Basin, 1894 – 2022

This data release contains total dissolved solids (TDS) concentrations and specific conductance (SC) measurements collected at surface-water monitoring locations and groundwater monitoring wells within the Upper Colorado River Basin (UCRB) between 1894 and 2022. Discrete TDS and SC results were obtained from the Water Quality Portal (WQP). Continuous SC monitoring results were obtained from the US

Multiple-Well Aquifer-Test Data and Results, Umatilla Indian Reservation near Mission, Northeastern Oregon, 2016

This data release presents tabular data used and analytical water-level modeling files generated as part of a U.S. Geological Survey study, done in cooperation with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, to evaluate water-level change from a multiple-well aquifer test in well 422 on the Umatilla Indian Reservation near Mission, Oregon. Water-level, pumping, and barometric-pres

Input and results from a random forest classification (RFC) model that predicts redox conditions in groundwater in the contiguous United States

This data release provides model inputs and outputs for a model that predicts redox conditions in groundwater in the contiguous United States. Input variables describe the hydrology, soils, geology, and hydrologic position of groundwater sample locations. The data release accompanies a journal article that describes model development and applications (Tesoriero_and_others_2023).

MODFLOW 6 model used to simulate groundwater flow in the Harney Basin, southeastern Oregon

A three-dimensional groundwater flow model, MODFLOW 6, was developed to provide a better understanding of the hydrogeology of the Harney Basin, southeastern Oregon. The model was used to investigate the historical groundwater-level decline and storage loss associated with anthropogenic groundwater demands. The model was calibrated to 1930 through 2018 conditions. This USGS data release contains al

Low-Flow Period Seasonality, Trends, and Climate Linkages Across the United States Data Release

This metadata record describes data that characterize low-flow period duration and seasonality, as well as trends and climate linkages at streamgages across the conterminous United States. These data are associated with a publication which looks to answer three questions about low-flow periods in the conterminous United States: (1) how long are these periods and when do they typically start and en

Input and results from boosted regression tree and artificial neural network models that predict daily maximum pH and daily minimum dissolved oxygen in Upper Klamath Lake, 2005-2019

This data release contains the model inputs, outputs, and source code (written in R) for the boosted regression tree (BRT) and artificial neural network (ANN) models developed for four sites in Upper Klamath Lake which were used to simulate daily maximum pH and daily minimum dissolved oxygen (DO) from May 18th to October 4th in 2005-12 and 2015-19 at four sites, and to evaluate variable effects an

1-D Deep Ventilation (1DDV) model for Crater Lake, Oregon, 1950-2100

This data release contains the source code for the 1-D Deep Ventilation (1DDV) model (written in the Matlab programming language), and the input and output data from that model that were used to simulate temperature, salinity, and dissolved oxygen (DO) at specific depths in the lake. The input data consisted of: 1. daily average surface water temperature either a. collected by thermistors (Crawfor

Monthly crop irrigation withdrawals and efficiencies by HUC12 watershed for years 2000-2020 within the conterminous United States

The USGS has published United States water-use data every five years since 1950. To increase the temporal and spatial availability of water use estimates using nationally consistent methods, the USGS is developing national water-use models for each major water-use category. This data release publishes crop irrigation withdrawals for the conterminous United States (CONUS) that are calculated using

CE-QUAL-W2 models for select U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoirs in the Willamette Valley Project and an inter-reservoir reach of the Middle Fork Willamette River, northwestern Oregon, 2011, 2015, and 2016

The Willamette Valley Project (WVP) is a system of revetments, fish hatcheries, and 13 dams in the Willamette Basin of northwestern Oregon that is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide flood risk management, irrigation, power generation, water quality improvement, and recreational opportunities, among other authorized purposes. By reducing available habitat and altering the natur

CE–QUAL–W2 water-quality models for Klamath Straits Drain recirculation scenarios, Klamath River, Oregon, 2006–15

A hydrodynamic, water-temperature, and water-quality model (CE-QUAL-W2; Wells, 2020) of the Link-Keno reach of the Klamath River (Oregon) was used for calendar years 2006–15 to run a series of base and recirculation scenarios. These model runs were implemented to test alternative scenarios for routing some of the Klamath Straits Drain discharge into Ady Canal. The model scenarios were configured f

Specific conductance and other groundwater quality data, Siskiyou Pass area, southwestern Oregon, 2018 to 2021

Specific conductance (SC), estimated chloride (Cl), and other major ion data sets used in an analysis of the extent to which deicer applications affect groundwater quality in the Siskiyou Pass area, southwestern Oregon, 2018 to 2021. The analysis is documented in the following publication: Gingerich, S.B., Wise, D.R., and Stonewall, A.J., 2023, Assessing the effects of chloride deicer applications

Comparison of environmental flow recommendations for the Willamette Basin Sustainable Rivers Program, water years 2008-2022

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Nature Conservancy developed the Sustainable Rivers Program (SRP) as a collaborative environmental flows program to identify, refine, and implement environmental strategies at select USACE dams. The SRP was introduced to the Willamette Basin, Oregon, in 2007 through a series of environmental flow workshops, which led to stakeholder generated environ