Archived and Completed Projects - South Atlantic Water Science Center

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The USGS South Atlantic Water Science Center (SAWSC) is comprised of water-science offices throughout Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

The SAWSC conducts research and investigations related to topics such as groundwater and surface-water quality related to anthropogenic and agricultural activities, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, tracking the movement of groundwater contamination, groundwater resource assessments and modeling, ecological assessments and response to urbanization, and estimating water-use for human and ecological needs. The research and investigations provide the scientific knowledge that engineers, planners and managers can used to make informed water-resources decisions.

► The list below shows our archived and completed projects and studies. You can also view a list of our active projects and studies.

Archived and Completed Projects - South Atlantic Water Science Center

Archived Projects by topic:
Groundwater and Streamflow Monitoring
Floods, Droughts, and Hurricanes
Water Quality
Water Availability and Use
Coastal Science
Advanced Capabilities and Research

 

GEORGIA

Georgia

NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina

SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina