U.S. Groundwater Conditions
New data visualization shows groundwater levels at 2,281 well sites across the U.S.
Rivers in the sky: 6 facts you should know about atmospheric rivers
USGS-National Park Service Partnership launches new website
New features like an interactive map and improved search provide easier access to project information and products
Groundwater flow to Colorado River may decline by 29% over the next 30 years
Upper Colorado River Basin baseflow accounts for more than 50% of annual streamflow; new model reflects possible climate change conditions
Recent study uses the National Water Quality Laboratory's new PFAS-detection method
34 per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were detected in 60 Iowa streams, providing critical baseline data
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