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Back and Forth: Public invited to ask questions and learn more about the low-level helicopter flying above the Illinois River Basin

Media representatives: Please join the U.S. Geological Survey, SkyTEM, and various partners for a demonstration takeoff of the low-flying helicopter...

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Media Alert: Low-flying helicopter will survey Illinois River Basin for geologic, water studies

Note to Editors: In the public interest and in accordance with FAA regulations, the USGS is announcing this low-level airborne project. Your...

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USGS crews continue to measure record-high streamflow in California

U.S. Geological Survey field crews measured high streamflows this week throughout California, thirteen of which were record high-flow measurements.

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USGS publica la versión en español del Tablero de Recursos Hídricos Nacionales

Información crítica sobre flujos de agua, niveles, clima y pronósticos de inundaciones ahora disponible en español

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USGS Releases Spanish Version of National Water Dashboard

Critical information on water flows, levels, weather and flood forecasts now available in Spanish

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Water “bank account” running low in agricultural areas of Nevada

In a new report published today, U.S. Geological Survey scientists determined that groundwater in the Smith and Mason Valleys, a key agricultural...

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Comprehensive water-quality assessment in the Delaware River Basin identifies increasing trends in salinity and decreasing trends in nutrients

A new report focusing on the Delaware River Basin has found a general upward trend in specific conductance, total dissolved solids, chloride, and...

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Naturally occurring constituents are more prevalent at elevated concentrations in U.S. groundwater compared to human-caused constituents

A new report has found that at a national scale, naturally occurring constituents were more prevalent at elevated concentrations in groundwater than...

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Páginas bilingües resaltan la ciencia de peligros naturales del USGS en Puerto Rico

   

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Bilingual webpages highlight USGS natural hazards science in Puerto Rico

   

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For the first time, national-scale maps of carbon stored in wetland soil across all interior and coastal settings were created from harmonized public datasets

These datasets represent a revised national scale estimate of wetland soil carbon stock assessments by improving representation of soil organic carbon...

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments combine science and technology to track biological threats in US waters

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Geological Survey announced today it has signed a cooperative agreement with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, or...

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