Washington Water Science Center

Maps

NWIS Mapper - Surface Water

NWIS Mapper - Surface Water

This link provides access to surface-water data via a map. It is suitable for retrieving data for individual sites, but you cannot retrieve data based on specific selection threshold (such as concentration) or for multiple sites at once.

Surface water data

NWIS Mapper - Water-Quality

NWIS Mapper - Water-Quality

This link provides access to water-quality data via a map. It is suitable for retrieving data for individual sites, but you cannot retrieve data based on specific selection thresholds (such as stage) or for multiple sites at once.

Water-quality data

NWIS Mapper - Groundwater

NWIS Mapper - Groundwater

This link provides access to groundwater data via a map. It is suitable for retrieving data for individual sites, but you cannot retrieve data based on specific selection thresholds (such as water level) or for multiple sites at once.

Groundwater data
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Date published: May 27, 2020

Naturally Occurring Uranium in Groundwater in Northeastern Washington State

Uranium is a radioactive element (radionuclide) that occurs naturally in rock, soil, and water – usually in low concentrations. Radionuclides are unstable atoms with excess energy and as radionuclides decay, they emit radiation. The uranium decay sequence also includes other radionuclides of concern such as radium and radon (DeSimone and others, 2014).