Water Resources

Multimedia

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: USGS Measures Flooding in ND
April 8, 2011

USGS Measures Flooding in ND

USGS scientists take measurements at Ditch 14 near Fargo, ND.

Image: USGS Measures Flooding in ND
April 8, 2011

USGS Measures Flooding in ND

USGS hydrologist Brent Hall measures the water level at Ditch 14 near Fargo, ND.

Flood of April 25, 2011, at U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) streamflow-gaging station 07048490, Town Branch tributary at Highway 1
April 4, 2011

Flood of April 25, 2011, Town Branch trib., Hwy 16

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.

SIR 2016–5081

Flood of April 25, 2011, Highway 16 at Fayetteville, Arkansas
April 4, 2011

Flood of April 25, 2011, White River, Ark.

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.

SIR 2016–5081

Image: Dust Storm near Winslow, Arizona, in April  2011
April 1, 2011

Dust Storm near Winslow, Arizona, in April 2011

Dust carried by the wind has far-reaching effects, including the loss of nutrients and water-holding capacity from landscapes, and the speeding up of the melting of snow, which affects the timing and magnitude of runoff into streams and rivers.

Attribution: Water Resources
Image: Beaver Creek near Montpelier, North Dakota
April 1, 2011

Beaver Creek near Montpelier, North Dakota

Ice in Beaver Creek near Montpelier, North Dakota.

Image: Radar Gage Knocked Over
April 1, 2011

Radar Gage Knocked Over

The radar gage at James River above Arrowwood Lake near Kensal, North Dakota was knocked over by ice.

Attribution: Water Resources
Image: Debris in San Lorenzo River
March 24, 2011

Debris in San Lorenzo River

Water carrying heavy debris rushes past a USGS streamgaging station on the San Lorenzo River in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California.

 

Attribution: Water Resources
video thumbnail: Multi-agency coordination leads to successful dam removal, Simkins Dam, Patapsco River Maryland
March 22, 2011

Multi-agency coordination leads to successful dam removal, Simkins Dam, Patapsco River Maryland

Faith Fitzpatrick (U.S. Geological Survey) and Serena McClain (American Rivers, Director, River Restoration) discuss the history of how the dam removal became possible. Allen Gellis (USGS Maryland Water Science Center) discusses the importance of monitoring sediment transport related to dam removal. Matt Collins (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) describes

Attribution: Water Resources
video thumbnail: Multi-agency coordination leads to successful dam removal, Simkins Dam, Patapsco River Maryland
March 22, 2011

Multi-agency coordination leads to successful dam removal, Simkins Dam, Patapsco River Maryland

Faith Fitzpatrick (U.S. Geological Survey) and Serena McClain (American Rivers, Director, River Restoration) discuss the history of how the dam removal became possible. Allen Gellis (USGS Maryland Water Science Center) discusses the importance of monitoring sediment transport related to dam removal. Matt Collins (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) describes

Attribution: Water Resources
video thumbnail: Monitoring suspended sediment for dam removal
March 22, 2011

Monitoring suspended sediment for dam removal

The U.S. Geological Survey is monitoring suspended sediment transport at the Patapsco River Simkins dam removal site in Maryland. Faith Fitzpatrick (USGS), William Banks (USGS Maryland Water Science Center) and Michael Myers (USGS Maryland Water Science Center) discuss the USGS sampling techniques and gear used to monitor suspended sediment and why it is important to

Attribution: Water Resources