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This multimedia gallery represents a collection of high-quality images, videos, webcams, posters, presentations, and documents produced by the Water Resources Mission Area.

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100-Year Flood graphic
February 4, 2021

100-Year Flood - It's All About Chance

100-Year Flood - It's All About Chance poster image

Attribution: Water Resources
Animation of Groundwater Watch Active Water Level Network national US map
February 1, 2021

January 2021 USGS Active Groundwater Level Network Animation

The USGS Active Groundwater Level Network includes about 20,000 wells that have been measured by the USGS or USGS cooperators at least once within the past 13 months. The animation shows a daily snapshot of water-level statistics in the network for January 2021.

 

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Attribution: Water Resources
Photo of helicopter with large loop deployed below it via slingload
January 28, 2021

Airborne electromagnetic survey, northeastern Wisconsin, January 2021

Photo of helicopter with geophysical equipment loop deployed below it via slingload. In January 2021 a helicopter carried an airborne electromagnetic induction sensor over parts of northeastern Wisconsin as part of a USGS study to map the aquifers in the region. The data will be used to inform models of water availability and quality in the region that can be used by

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Attribution: Water Resources
Photo of helicopter with large loop deployed below it via slingload. Ground is covered with snow, and a person in high-vis gear.
January 28, 2021

Airborne electromagnetic survey, northeastern Wisconsin, January 2021

Photo of helicopter with geophysical equipment loop deployed below it via slingload. In January 2021 a helicopter carried an airborne electromagnetic induction sensor over parts of northeastern Wisconsin as part of a USGS study to map the aquifers in the region. The data will be used to inform models of water availability and quality in the region that can be used by

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Attribution: Water Resources
Color photo of Roy Sando with graphic for USGS EROS podcast Eyes on Earth
January 6, 2021

Eyes on Earth Episode 43 - U.S.-Canada Water Use

The St. Mary and Milk Rivers cross the U.S. and Canadian border and supply water to both countries. Managing that resource in the interest of both nations is a matter of international collaboration and cooperation, and Landsat data is helping offer objective information on water use. On today’s episode of Eyes on Earth, we hear from Roy Sando of the USGS, who’s working

United States map showing outlines of state boundaries. Symbols indicate locations of over 2,500 network wells where current con
January 4, 2021

January 4, 2021, Below Normal Groundwater Levels Network

Map indicates groundwater sites within the USGS Active Groundwater Level network where the most recent groundwater-level measurement is in the 24th percentile or lower in the month of measurement over the period of record for the well. For more information about what wells are included or to view data, visit the Below

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Attribution: Water Resources
January 1, 2021

U.S. River Conditions, October to December 2020

This is an animation showing the changing conditions of USGS streamgages from October 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. The river conditions shown range from the driest condition seen at a gage (red open circles) to the wettest (blue closed circles). A purple outer ring around a gage indicates it is flooding. As hurricane season came to a close, two final hurricanes made

Dr. Graham Sextone downloading weather station data in Rocky Mountain National Park
December 31, 2020

Dr. Graham Sextone downloading weather station data in Rocky Mountains

Dr. Graham Sextone downloading weather station data in Rocky Mountain National Park. Station ID 401719105394311

Attribution: Water Resources
Hydrologist downloading water-level sensor deployed for summer as part of an ecohydro study
December 31, 2020

Hydrologist downloading water-level sensor deployed for summer

Hydrologist downloading water-level sensor deployed for summer as part of an ecohydro study in *H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. *USGS Integrated Ecohydrological Science - USFS & Oregon State University *Patrick Haluska

Attribution: Water Resources
Hydrologic Technician Matt Bach measures discharge in Ashwaubenon Creek near Little Rapids, WI
December 31, 2020

Hydrologic Technician measures discharge in Ashwaubenon Creek, WI

Hydrologic Technician Matt Bach measures discharge in Ashwaubenon Creek near Little Rapids, WI (NWIS site: 04085068) on May 21, 2020, as part of a cooperative project with NEWWater (Green Bay Metropolitan Sewage District) utilizing an adaptive management approach to meet phosphorus

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Attribution: Water Resources