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An important part of the USGS mission is to collect scientific data about the nation's water resources. Streamflows (discharge) are one of the most fundamental components needed. To continually assess the nation's surface-water resources, the USGS operates and maintains a vast network of real-time streamgages throughout the country. The USGS also monitors lakes and reservoirs, and engages in many site-specific studies to address issues of concern such as water quality, water availability, and the interconnectedness of surface and ground waters.
Monitoring Utah's streamflows and lake levels has never been more important. Real-time data is key to resource management in a state with a growing population and rapidly-changing precipitation patterns.
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