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Following rains brought on by Tropical Storm Ophelia, Fisseha Mengistu collects a water-quality sample from Governor's Bridge over the Patuxent River near Bowie.
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Collecting A Water Quality Sample After Tropical Storm Ophelia
Under a tent on a table, a scientist analyzes PFAS. A cornfield can be seen in the background.
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PFAS Analysis in a Field
Marina Metes (left) and Natalie Hall (right) installed a new time lapse trail camera at Little Seneca Creek to expand the Flow Photo Explorer network.
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USGS scientists Natalie Hall and Marina Metes install an AI/ML Camera
A USGS scientist carries a bucket while crossing a stream in a forest.
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Crossing a Stream in Orson Pennsylvania
In a forest, USGS scientist Zach Clifton stands in a stream and assesses a streambank.
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Assessing a Streambank Riparian Zone
Hydrologic technician Tyler Bowser calibrated our new rain gage at Harford Glen Park. For this weighing-bucket rain gage to report accurate data, it must be calibrated to a standard weight. This gage weighs rainfall and converts the weight to rainfall in inches.
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Tyler Bowser Calibrates Rain Gage At Harford Glen

Videos

Hot Stream Cold Stream. Measuring the impact of groundwater on stream temperature. Audio Description link
Hot Stream, Cold Stream – Measuring the impact of Groundwater on Stream Temperature (AD)
Hot Stream, Cold Stream. Measuring the impact of groundwater on stream temperature. link
Hot Stream, Cold Stream – Measuring the impact of Groundwater on Stream Temperature
USGS Journeys: Restored - A Hydrologist's Story link
USGS Journeys – RESTORED: A Hydrologist’s Story
USGS Maryland Delaware Washington DC Surface Water Video Thumbnail link
USGS MD-DE-DC Capabilities: Surface Water
Maryland, Delaware, Washington DC Surface Water Capabilities Video with Audio Description Thumbnail link
USGS MD-DE-DC Capabilities: Surface Water (AD)
Video thumbnail. Image of man wading in stream with a line across the stream. Text reads: Eyes on Streams. The Short Story. link
Eyes On Streams - The Short Story