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USGS WaterAlert allows users to set notification thresholds for any USGS real-time stream or raingage, water-quality, or groundwater monitoring site and then sends emails or text messages to subscribers whenever the threshold conditions are met, as often as every hour.

USGS WaterNow allows you to send a text message or email containing a USGS current-conditions gaging site number and quickly receive a reply with its most recent observation(s).

USGS offer these Internet water services:

• WaterWatch - https://waterwatch.usgs.gov/
• WaterQualityWatch - https://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wqwatch
• Groundwater Watch - https://groundwaterwatch.usgs.gov/
• WaterNow - https://water.usgs.gov/waternow/
• WaterAlert - https://water.usgs.gov/wateralert/
• USGS Flood Inundation Mapper - https://wim.usgs.gov/FIMI/
• National Water Information System (NWIS) -https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis
• StreamStats - http://streamstats.usgs.gov/
• National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Data Warehouse -https://cida.usgs.gov/nawqa_www/nawqa_data_redirect.html?p=nawqa:

 

USGS WATERALERT

 

USGS WaterAlert: Example of output message on a smartphone.

USGS WaterAlert allows users to set notification thresholds for any USGS real-time stream or raingage, water-quality, or groundwater monitoring site and then sends emails or text messages to subscribers whenever the threshold conditions are met, as often as every hour.

WaterAlert serves a variety of needs for the community, including:
- Emergency management
- Water supply management
- Recreational boating
- Recreational fishing

 

WaterAlert - An explanation
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WaterAlert - An explanation
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USGS WATERNOW

USGS WaterNow: Example of output message on a smartphone.

USGS WaterNow allows you to send a text message or email containing a USGS current-conditions gaging site number and quickly receive a reply with its most recent observation(s).

WaterNow - A quick explanation
(Public domain.)