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April 18, 2011

USGS Hydrologic Investigation of West Africa's Congo River (part 3)

USGS South Carolina Water Science Center Data Chief, John Shelton in a special hydrologic expedition down the Congo River, West Africa. Part three of the three part episode, reveals a hydrologic data set that changed the world record books.

USGS CoreCast
March 6, 2011

Groundwater Awareness Week is March 6-12

Groundwater is not a single vast pool of underground water; rather, it is contained within a variety of aquifer systems. Each of these aquifers has its own set of questions and challenges. From large drawdowns in the Great Plains aquifer to arsenic in some wells in New England, this episode of CoreCast highlights six different USGS groundwater studies all across the United

Image: Aneides aeneus (green salamander)
September 10, 2010

Aneides aeneus (green salamander)

Aneides aeneus (Green salamander) Howards Waterfall Cave, Southeastern Cave Conservancy Preserve, Dade County, Georgia 1.

USGS
July 12, 2010

USGS Hydrologic Investigation of West Africa's Congo River (part two)

USGS South Carolina Water Science Center Data Chief, John Shelton in a special hydrologic expedition down West Africa's Congo River. In part two of this three part episode John describes the trials and tribulations of data collection on the Congo River.

June 2, 2010

Effects of Urbanization on Stream Ecosystems

Development can have negative effects on streams in urban and suburban areas. As a watershed becomes covered with pavement, sidewalks, and other types of urban land cover, stream organisms are confronted with an increased volume of storm water runoff, increased exposure to fertilizers and pesticides, and dramatic changes in physical living spaces within the stream itself.

USGS scientists measured the concentrations of select endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in Spirit Creek, Georgia
May 18, 2010

USGS scientists measured the concentrations of EDCs in Spirit Creek

USGS scientists measured the concentrations of select endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in Spirit Creek, Georgia, as part of an assessment of the effects of the closure of a wastewater treatment plant. Sprit Creek is typical of a stream in coastal environments.

USGS
April 30, 2010

GEOSMIN in South Carolina Water's, What is it?

USGS Water Quality Specialist Celeste Journey discusses Geosmin. What is it? What
causes it? and Will it harm you?

USGS
January 26, 2010

USGS Hydrologic Data Collection Program in North Carolina

USGS North Carolina Data Chief, Jeanne Robbins, provides an overview on hydrologic data collection techniques for North Carolina.

USGS
January 26, 2010

USGS Hydrologic Investigation of West Africa's Congo River (part one)

USGS South Carolina Water Science Center Data Chief, John Shelton in a special hydrologic expedition down the Congo River, West Africa. Part one of a three part episode, sets the stage for the trials and tribulations of water investigations for a changing world.

USGS
October 18, 2009

Emerging Contaminants, Pharmaceuticals in S. Carolina Rivers & Streams

USGS South Carolina Water Science Center Research Ecologist Dr. Paul Bradley discusses USGS Toxic Substances Research on emerging contaminants in rivers and streams.

USGS
October 18, 2009

Marking the Milestone, The Triangle Area Water Supply Monitoring Proj

USGS North Carolina Water Quality Specialist Mary Georgino discusses The Triangle Area Water Supply Monitoring Project.

Water quality sampling, Sope Creek near Atlanta, Georgia.
October 18, 2009

Water quality sampling, Sope Creek near Atlanta, Georgia.

Water quality sampling in a creek, Atlanta, Georgia
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Scientists from the USGS South Atlantic Water Science Center are sampling Sope Creek, Cobb County, west of Atlanta, Georgia. 

Chemical and physical consituents can vary from bank to bank even in a small creek like this. Just taking a single sample from a chosen horizontal and

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