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USGS scientists conduct passive seismic study in the Washita Reach 1 study area.
October 4, 2016

USGS scientists conduct passive seismic study in the Washita Reach 1

USGS scientists conduct passive seismic study in the Washita Reach 1 study area.

Franklin Mountains near the Hueco Bolson
September 30, 2016

Franklin Mountains near the Hueco Bolson study area near El Paso, Tex.

Franklin Mountains near the Hueco Bolson study area near El Paso, Texas, September 2016. Photograph by Monica Langhorst, U.S. Geological Survey.

U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2020–5056

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08111000 Navasota River near Bryan, Texas, upstream from U.S. Hwy. 190.
August 27, 2016

USGS station 08111000 Navasota River near Bryan, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08111000 Navasota River near Bryan, Texas, looking upstream from U.S. Highway 190 bridge, August 27, 1975.

SIR 2009–5174

Photo showing a corn farm in northeast Iowa.
June 6, 2016

Farm in northeast Iowa

A corn farm in northeast Iowa. A new USGS report shows that drought periods followed by rainfall caused nitrate levels to increase to the highest ever measured in some Midwest streams during a 2013 study. 

Photo showing cows feeding on a farm in southern Wisconsin. 
June 6, 2016

Farm in southern Wisconsin

Cows feed on a farm in southern Wisconsin. A new USGS report shows that drought periods followed by rainfall caused nitrate levels to increase to the highest ever measured in some Midwest streams during a 2013 study. 

Photo showing a small stream flowing through corn fields in northern Indiana.
June 6, 2016

Small stream in northern Indiana

A small stream flows through corn fields in northern Indiana. A new USGS report shows that drought periods followed by rainfall caused nitrate levels to increase to the highest ever measured in some Midwest streams during a 2013 study. 

Photo showing an irrigation system watering crops in southern Wisconsin.
June 6, 2016

Farm in southern Wisconsin

An irrigation system waters crops in southern Wisconsin. A new USGS report shows that drought periods followed by rainfall caused nitrate levels to increase to the highest ever measured in some Midwest streams during a 2013 study.