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A USGS field team measures spring floodwaters at Chesapeake bay's largest tributary.
May 3, 2020

USGS measures spring flooding at Chesapeake bay's largest tributary

A USGS field team, to include Pat Bowen, Kate Bowen and John Trainor, uses specialized equipment to measure spring floodwaters at Chesapeake Bay's largest tributary, the Susquehanna River in Maryland.

At this site, the team has an interesting strategy to deal with conflicts between sample-collection protocols and Covid-19 safe-distancing recommendations. Pat and

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A USGS field team measures spring floodwaters at Chesapeake bay's largest tributary.
May 3, 2020

USGS measures spring flooding at Chesapeake bay's largest tributary

A USGS field team, to include Pat Bowen, Kate Bowen and John Trainor, uses specialized equipment to measure spring floodwaters at Chesapeake Bay's largest tributary, the Susquehanna River in Maryland.

At this site, the team has an interesting strategy to deal with conflicts between sample-collection protocols and Covid-19 safe-distancing recommendations. Pat and

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A USGS field team measures spring floodwaters at Chesapeake bay's largest tributary.
May 3, 2020

USGS measures spring flooding at Chesapeake bay's largest tributary

A USGS field team, to include Pat Bowen, Kate Bowen and John Trainor, uses specialized equipment to measure spring floodwaters at Chesapeake Bay's largest tributary, the Susquehanna River in Maryland.

At this site, the team has an interesting strategy to deal with conflicts between sample-collection protocols and Covid-19 safe-distancing recommendations. Pat and

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USGS hydrologist Ken McGrath measures floodwaters off a cableway on Schoharie Creek in North Blenheim, New York.
May 2, 2020

USGS measures floodwaters off a cableway in New York

USGS hydrologist Ken McGrath measures floodwaters off a cableway on Schoharie Creek in North Blenheim, New York.

USGS Responds to Spring Flooding in New York
May 1, 2020

USGS hydrographer makes a flood measurement in Tusten, NY

USGS hydrographer Dave Thompson makes a near-peak flood measurement off a bridge at Tenmile River in Tusten, New York.

USGS hydrographer Josh Sundberg measures Red River water flowing over the road in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.
April 10, 2020

USGS Responds to Spring Flooding in Minnesota

On April 10, USGS hydrographer Josh Sundberg measures Red River water flowing over the road in East Grand Forks, Minnesota as flood protection walls prevent further flooding.
 

April 6, 2020

U.S. River Conditions, January to March 2020

This is an animation showing the changing conditions of USGS streamgages from January 1, 2020 to March 31, 2020. The conditions shown range from the driest condition seen at a gage (red open circles) to the wettest (blue closed circles). There is also a purple ring added to indicate gages that are flooding. During most of the animation, much of central and southeastern

On April 6, USGS hydrographer Spencer Wheeling carries equipment out to measure high water on the Tongue River near Akra, ND.
April 6, 2020

USGS Responds to Spring Flooding in North Dakota

On April 6, USGS hydrographer Spencer Wheeling carries equipment out to measure high water on the Tongue River near Akra, North Dakota. 

The USGS Dakota Water Science Center began their spring flood response on March 9, 2020, when melting snow caused river levels to exceed flood stage at sixteen USGS streamgage locations in eastern South Dakota.  At the height of

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USGS hydrographer Chris Broz gets on the cold ground to measure the high-water mark of the Pembina River at Neche, North Dakota.
April 6, 2020

USGS Responds to Spring Flooding in North Dakota

USGS hydrographer Chris Broz gets on the cold ground to measure the high-water mark of the Pembina River at Neche, North Dakota. 
The USGS Dakota Water Science Center began their spring flood response on March 9, 2020, when melting snow caused river levels to exceed flood stage at sixteen USGS streamgage locations in eastern South Dakota.  At the height of operations

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