Utah Water Science Center

About

Utah lies geographically at the apex of early western explorations, and the USGS has a long legacy in this state that abounds with natural wonders.

History

History

The Utah Water Resources Branch of the U.S. Geological Survey, then in its infancy, became official in 1913. It would become the Utah Water Resources Division and later the Utah Water Science Center. 

Current Capabilities

Current Capabilities

The Utah Water Science Center offers real-time discharge at more than 150 gages statewide, monitors water levels across a statewide network annually, and engages in many relevant and unbiased scientific studies and modeling efforts.

Profile picture of Utah Water Science Center Director, David Susong

Welcome to the U. S. Geological Survey, Utah Water Science Center web page. Here you are able to access water resources data collected by the U. S. Geological Survey and links to analyses and reports published by the Utah Water Science Center.