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USGS scientist Charles Hartmann installs a storm-tide sensor in preparation for Hurricane Harvey in Carancahua Bay, Texas. 
August 24, 2017

USGS scientist installs a storm-tide sensor

USGS scientist Charles Hartmann installs a storm-tide sensor in preparation for Hurricane Harvey in Carancahua Bay, Texas. 

USGS real-time water quality monitoring platform on Lake Houston
August 22, 2017

USGS real-time water quality monitoring platform on Lake Houston

Photo of a USGS real-time water quality monitoring platform on Lake Houston. 

Real-time water-quality, streamflow and water height information for Lake Houston and the surrounding San Jacinto watershed are now available from a new web application from the U.S. Geological Survey, done in cooperation with the City

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Loriolia texana fossils
June 15, 2017

Marker bed known as the Loriolia Bed

Marker bed known as the Loriolia Bed, found 80 feet below the contact of the Glen Rose Limestone and the Kainer Formation. The photograph was taken north of Farm to Market Road (FM) 195, approximately 1,500 feet west of the intersection of FM 220 and FM 195. The Loriolia texana fossils are identified by white arrows (photograph by Allan K. Clark, U.S. Geological Survey,

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March 31, 2017

Awareness: USGS "Water-on-the-Go" Mobile App (Texas)

The USGS Texas Water Science Center has developed a new mobile application called “Water On-the-Go” that gives people easy access to current conditions in streams across Texas. The information reflects what is happening in streams near you at that very moment. Go to -- https://txpub.usgs.gov/water-onthego

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March 31, 2017

Be Water Aware: USGS "Water-on-the-Go" Mobile Application

The USGS Texas Water Science Center has developed a new mobile application called “Water On-the-Go” that gives people easy access to current conditions in streams across Texas. The information reflects what is happening in streams near you at that very moment. Go to -- https://txpub.usgs.gov/water-onthego

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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, SIR 2009–5174

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

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. 

Photo of USGS scientist installing a temporary streamgage on the Brazos River near West Columbia, Texas.
June 1, 2016

Temporary Streamgage on Brazos River

USGS scientist Jody Avant installs a temporary streamgage on the Brazos River near West Columbia, Texas. Rapidly deployable streamgages can be installed temporarily to provide emergency managers with additional information needed to help protect public safety.

Photo of a temporary streamgage installed by the USGS on the Brazos River near Brazoria, Texas.
June 1, 2016

Temporary Streamgage on Brazos River

Temporary streamgage installed by the USGS on the Brazos River near Brazoria, Texas. Rapidly deployable streamgages can be installed temporarily to provide emergency managers with additional information needed to help protect public safety.