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

Temporary Streamgage on Brazos River

Temporary streamgage installed by the USGS 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.

Flooding in street
April 20, 2016

Flooding near Houston, Texas on April 20, 2016

USGS responsds to recent flooding near Houston, Texas on April 20, 2016. 

A family enjoys paddleboarding at Schreiner Park during spring break in Kerrville, Texas.
March 17, 2016

Paddle Boarding on the Guadalupe River

Cool, clear rivers of the Texas Hill Country attract visitors for many recreational opportunities. Here, a family enjoys paddleboarding at Schreiner Park during spring break in Kerrville, Texas.

The new USGS Texas Water Dashboard is a cutting-edge USGS map that provides critical current water information and National Weather Service forecast data at your fingertips

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USGS scientist collects a groundwater-level measurement in Freeport, Texas. 
January 31, 2016

Collecting a groundwater-level measurement in Freeport, Texas

USGS hydrologist Jason Ramage collects a groundwater-level measurement using a steel tape in Freeport, Texas. 

A new interactive web application illustrates how groundwater, sediment compaction and land-elevation change are related in the Houston-Galveston region in Texas. 

Location is about 8 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg
August 4, 2015

FM 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River

Location is about 8 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas, in Garza County.
USGS SIR 2016–5032

Location is about 11 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River.
August 4, 2015

11 miles from FM 669 bridge Double Mt. Fork Brazos River

Location is about 11 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas, in Garza County.
USGS SIR 2016–5032

Location is about 3 miles downstream from U.S. Highway 84 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas.
August 4, 2015

U.S. Highway 84 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River

Location is about 3 miles downstream from U.S. Highway 84 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas, in Garza County.
USGS SIR 2016–5032

5 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas.
August 4, 2015

5 miles from FM Road 669 bridge Double Mt. Fork Brazos River

Location is about 5 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas, in Garza County.
USGS SIR 2016–5032

miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River, Justiceburg, Texas, Garza County.
August 4, 2015

FM 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River

Location is about 9 miles downstream from Farm to Market Road 669 bridge over Double Mountain Fork Brazos River near Justiceburg, Texas, in Garza County.
USGS SIR 2016–5032

May 24, 2015

Texas Flood Surveys

Hydrologists from Arizona aid the Texas Water Science Center in gathering measurements and other information after the catastrophic Blanco River flooding event that swept Austin, Texas.

This image shows a damaged street sign and flood debris left behind by record flood waters of the Blanco River near Martindale,
May 24, 2015

Blanco River 2015 Memorial Weekend Flood

Picturesque rivers of the Texas Hill Country can turn into raging torrents in the part of Texas known as Flash Flood Alley when storms drop many inches of rain in the river watersheds. This image shows a damaged street sign and flood debris left behind by record flood waters of the Blanco River near Martindale, TX on Memorial weekend, 2015.

Devils River near Comstock Texas
April 15, 2015

Devils River near Comstock Texas

Devils River near Comstock Texas. Taken from the Rys and Sons Ranch, Comstock Texas - at sunrise. Pecos River Watershed Salinity Study. April 14-16, 2015 field trip, Texas.