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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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Image: Black River Flooding
April 27, 2011

Black River Flooding

USGS employees Joey Fleming and Steve Flants taking flow measurements on the Black River at Black Rock, AR.  Waters reached 16 feet above floodstage.

Image: Black River Flooding
April 27, 2011

Black River Flooding

USGS employees Joey Fleming and Steve Flants taking flow measurements on the Black River at Black Rock, AR.  Waters reached 16 feet above floodstage.

Image: Flooding of the Souris River
April 27, 2011

Flooding of the Souris River

April 27, 2011, flooding of the Souris (Mouse) River near Westhope, North Dakota. The small building is the U.S. Geological Survey gage house and is normally on the river bank and raised so that one needs to take stairs up to get into the gage house. There is also an access road next to the gage house and electrical pole. The metal structures with cables connecting them

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Image: USGS Crews Measure Flooding in Missouri
April 26, 2011

USGS Crews Measure Flooding in Missouri

USGS scientist, Paul Brenden makes a flood measurement on the Big Piney near Big Piney Missouri. 

Flood at station 07048600, White River near Fayetteville, Arkansas
April 25, 2011

Flood at USGS station 07048600, White River nr. Fayetteville, Arkansas

Flood of April 25, 2011, at USGS streamflow-gaging station 07048600, White River near Fayetteville, Arkansas. Photograph by K.M. Hubbs, Lower Mississippi-Gulf Water Science Center.

07048490, Town Branch tributary at Highway 16 at Fayetteville, Arkansas
April 25, 2011

Flood at 07048490, Town Branch trib. at Highway 16 Fayetteville, Ark.

Flood of April 25, 2011, at U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) streamflow-gaging station 07048490, Town Branch tributary at Highway 16 at Fayetteville, Arkansas. Photograph by D.M. Wagner, Lower Mississippi-Gulf Water Science Center.

Image: Big Piney near Big Piney, MO
April 24, 2011

Big Piney near Big Piney, MO

USGS feild crew takes field measurements on the Big Piney near Big Piney, MO.

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Image: Flooded Gage House
April 22, 2011

Flooded Gage House

Flooded U.S. Geological Survey gage house on the Sheyenne River near Lisbon, North Dakota, April 22, 2011.  At this time streamflow was approximately 7,450 cubic feet per second and gage height (stage) was 21.23 feet.  More information about this streamgage is available online.

Image: Checking Equipment in Flooded Gage House
April 22, 2011

Checking Equipment in Flooded Gage House

USGS personnel checking the flooded gage house on the Sheyenne River near Lisbon, North Dakota, April 22, 2011.  At this time streamflow was approximately 7,450 cubic feet per second and gage height (stage) was 21.23 feet.  More information about this streamgage is available online.

Image: Flooded Gaging Station
April 20, 2011

Flooded Gaging Station

Flooded gaging station on the Souris River near Westhope, North Dakota, April 20, 2011.  See other pictures in this gallery with the tag 05124000 to see what the gage house normally looks like - it is on a raised platform on the bank of the river with an access road next to it.

Note muskrat on metal railing in far left-hand-side of picture.

Image: Flooded Gaging Station
April 20, 2011

Flooded Gaging Station

Flooded gaging station and cableway on the Souris River near Westhope, North Dakota, April 20, 2011.  See other pictures in this gallery with the tag 05124000 to see what the gage house normally looks like - it is on a raised platform on the bank of the river with an access road next to it.

Note muskrat on metal railing in center of picture.

video thumbnail: White River at Hazleton, IN, bank full conditions
April 19, 2011

White River at Hazleton, IN, bank full conditions

This video clip was captured from a boat while collecting water quality samples on  the White River on April 20th, 2011.  The gage height at the time was 17.39* feet and discharge was 32,900* cubic feet per second.  The conditions seen here are considered bank full, which is the point at which the flow of the river completely fills river channel.  Increased flow after bank

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