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Water is one of seven science mission areas of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Water's mission is to collect and disseminate reliable, impartial, and timely information that is needed to understand the Nation's water resources.

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Date published: June 21, 2018
Status: Completed

Thermal Imaging Camera Use: Identifying Groundwater Inputs to a Reef in American Samoa

USGS scientists used a thermal camera in American Samoa to understand the effect of land-based contaminants on an adjacent coral reef lagoon ecosystem. The infrared (IR) camera was used to capture thermal images of the lagoon to look for temperature differences to understand the distribution of freshwater entering the lagoon and the circulation of the lagoon water at various tidal levels.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 21, 2018
Status: Active

What does groundwater have to do with ice in Alaska?

USGS scientists are working alongside university researchers in Alaska to understand how groundwater and permafrost conditions change over time due to seasonal variations and climate change. Changes in permafrost can pose a threat to built infrastructure (like roads, homes, and pipelines) and to valued ecological resources that provide important habitats for wildlife.

Contacts: Martin A Briggs
Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 21, 2018
Status: Active

Geophysics for USGS Groundwater/Surface Water Interaction Studies

Understanding the interaction of groundwater and surface water is essential to water managers and hydrologists for the development of effective water-resource policy, protection, and management. The USGS conducts applied research to evaluate the use of new or emerging hydrogeophysical tools and methods to improve our understanding of groundwater/surface-water exchange.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 21, 2018
Status: Active

Handheld Thermal Imaging Cameras for Groundwater/Surface-Water Interaction Studies

USGS scientists are using high-resolution handheld thermal imaging cameras in groundwater/surface-water interaction studies and other investigations. These cameras are used to quickly locate and characterize thermal anomalies in streams, lakes, and adjacent structures. Variations in temperature can be used to track the heat carried by flowing water, such groundwater discharge into a stream....

Contacts: Martin A Briggs
Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 20, 2018
Status: Active

Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Borehole nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is an emerging geophysical method being applied to hydrogeology investigations.

Contacts: Carole Johnson
Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 20, 2018
Status: Active

Integration of sUAS into Hydrogeophysical Studies: Technology Demonstration and Evaluation

The USGS is evaluating the integration of small unoccupied aircraft systems – sUAS or "drones" –  into USGS hydrogeophysical studies. The following projects are part of a Wtaer Resources Mission Area demonstration and evaluation effort in collaboration with USGS Water Science Centers (WSCs) starting in June 2018.

Contacts: Cian Dawson
Date published: June 20, 2018
Status: Active

FIM Toolbox: Obtain Approval and Publish Your FIM Library

The FIM Toolbox contains a comprehensive information on the Flood Inundation Mapping program, including how to develop a flood inundation map library. This section of the FIM Toolbox provides information on obtaining approval and publishing your FIM library. The Toolbox is updated as new resources become available.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 20, 2018
Status: Active

Integration of sUAS into Hydrogeophysical Studies

The USGS is evaluating the integration of small unoccupied aircraft systems – sUAS or "drones" –  into USGS hydrogeophysical studies.

Contacts: Cian Dawson
Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 19, 2018
Status: Active

Hydrologic and Erosion Responses of Burned Watersheds

The enhanced probability of catastrophic wildfires has increased our need to understand the risk of floods, erosion, and debris and contaminant transport in burned watersheds. This project investigates the relation between rainfall intensity and peak discharge; erosion and deposition processes; and water-quality impacts to minimize the loss of life and property resulting from post-wildfire...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 14, 2018
Status: Active

FIM Toolbox: Prepare Your FIM Report

The FIM Toolbox contains comprehensive information on the Flood Inundation Mapping program, including how to develop a flood inundation map library. This section of the FIM Toolbox provides information on how to prepare your FIM report. The Toolbox is updated as new resources become available.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 12, 2018
Status: Active

Flood Inundation Mapping Toolbox

The FIM Toolbox contains comprehensive information on the Flood Inundation Mapping program, including how to develop a flood inundation map library. Resources include process documents, scientific and technical requirements, forms and templates, outreach and educational materials, and contact information. The FIM Toolbox is updated as new resources become available.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 5, 2018
Status: Completed

Impervious Surfaces and Flooding

The banner picture shows it all — Superhighways! Streets and pavement! Driveways! House roofs! These are all "impervious surfaces"; impervious to the water from precipitation. When it rains in this locale, water no longer seeps into the ground, but now runs off into storm sewers and then quickly into local creeks. Localized flooding is too often the result.

Attribution: Water Resources

The USGS collects, analyzes, and distributes data on a wide variety of water-related issues and resources. Much of our data is publicly available through the National Water Information System (NWIS), but additional datasets and analytical tools are also available.

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Date published: January 1, 2018

Soil-Water Balance model datasets used to estimate groundwater recharge in Florida and parts of Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina, 1995-2010

A soil-water balance model (SWB) was developed to estimate recharge to the groundwater flow system in Florida
and parts of Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina for the period 1995 through 2010. The model was not calibrated;
however, various water budget components from the model output compared reasonably well with other estimates.
The model was used to estimate recharge...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

Temperature and geophysical data collected along the Quashnet River, Mashpee/Falmouth MA

The temperature and surface geophysical data contained in this release have primarily been collected to support groundwater/surface water methods development, and to characterize the hydrogeological controls on native brook trout habitat. All data have been collected since 2010 along the Quashnet River corridor located on Cape Cod, MA, USA. Cape Cod is a peninsula in southeastern coastal...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

iTOUGH2-EOS7C model used to analyze multiphase flow and underpressured shale at the Bruce Nuclear Site, Ontario, Canada

Hydraulic testing has revealed dramatic underpressures in Paleozoic shales and carbonates at the
Bruce nuclear site in Ontario. Although evidence from both laboratory and field studies suggests that
a small amount of gas phase methane could be present in the shale, previous studies examining
causal linkages between gas phase and the underpressure have been inconclusive. To...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

Water quality, quantity, and gas fluxes of the Upper Mississippi River basin (WY 2012-2016)

This product consists of one tabular dataset and associated metadata of water quality information related to rivers, streams, and reservoirs in the Upper Mississippi River watershed between 2012 and 2016. This data release is apart of a national assessment of freshwater aquatic carbon fluxes. Data consist of organic and inorganic carbon related species, carbon dioxide and methane gas fluxes...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

Data from Decadal Change in Groundwater Quality Web Site, 1988-2014, Version 2.0

Evaluating Decadal Changes in Groundwater Quality: Groundwater quality data were collected from 5,000 wells between 1988-2001 (first sampling event) by the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Water-Quality Assessment Project. Samples are collected in groups of 20-30 wells with similar characteristics called networks. About 1,500 of these wells in 67 networks were sampled about 10...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

MODFLOW-NWT model data sets used to evaluate changes in the hydrodynamics of Anvil Lake, Wisconsin

A MODFLOW-NWT groundwater flow model was developed to simulate groundwater
movement in the area around Anvil Lake, and groundwater inputs and outputs from
the lake from 1980 to 2014. Surface-water hydrology was simulated using the lake
package. The MODFLOW model was first calibrated for steady-state conditions, or
"average" conditions corresponding to January 1, 1980,...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

Data from Decadal Change in Groundwater Quality Web Site, 1988-2012

Groundwater quality data were collected in 5,000 wells between 1988-2001 by the National Water-Quality Assessment Project. About 1,500 of these wells were sampled again between 2002-2012 to evaluate decadal changes in groundwater quality. Monitoring wells, domestic supply wells, and some public supply wells were included in this study. All water was collected prior to treatment. Groundwater...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

SEAWAT model used to evaluate water management issues in the Santa Barbara and Foothill groundwater basins, California

The city of Santa Barbara, in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) California Water Science Center,
developed a three-dimensional density-dependent groundwater-flow and solute-transport model (the Santa Barbara
Flow and Transport Model, or SBFTM), based on an existing groundwater-flow model, to simulate seawater intrusion
into the Santa Barbara basin under...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

USGS Measurements of Water Quality in San Francisco Bay (CA), beginning in 2016

The U.S. Geological Survey maintains a program of water-quality studies in San Francisco Bay (CA) that began in 1969. This USGS Data Release will archive and make available all measurements beginning in 2016. Each year, a data file containing the previous year’s data will be added. Water-quality constituent measurements from sensors include salinity, temperature, light attenuation...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

Bathymetric survey data from the Deschutes River near Bend, OR, July 25, 2016

The U.S. Geological Survey conducted a bathymetric survey of a reach of the Deschutes River near Bend, OR, between Benham Falls and Dillon Falls on July 25, 2016, to support research on remote sensing of river discharge and characterization of habitat for amphibians, particularly the Oregon Spotted Frog. The bathymetric survey data were obtained with an ITER Systems Bathyswath-1 468 kHz multi...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

MODFLOW-NWT datasets for simulations of groundwater and surface-water in the Great Dismal Swamp of Virginia and North Carolina

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service,
has investigated the hydrology of the Great Dismal Swamp (Swamp) National Wildlife Refuge
(Refuge) in Virginia and North Carolina and developed a three-dimensional numerical model to
simulate groundwater and surface-water hydrology. The model was developed with
MODFLOW-NWT, a USGS...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: January 1, 2018

Hyperspectral image data from the Deschutes River near Bend, OR, July 26, 2016

Hyperspectral image data from the Deschutes River near Bend, OR, were acquired on July 26, 2016 to support research on remote sensing of rivers, particularly retrieval of water depth, and to facilitate efforts to characterize habitat for amphibians, primarily the Oregon Spotted Frog. These data were collected by the Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager (CASI) 1500H manufactured by ITRES...

Attribution: Water Resources
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Year Published: 2018

Hydrology-driven chemical loads transported by the Green River to the Lower Duwamish Waterway near Seattle, Washington, 2013–17

The sediments in the Lower Duwamish Waterway Superfund site in Seattle, Washington, are contaminated with chemicals including metals such as arsenic, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (cPAHs), and dioxins/furans from decades of intense anthropogenic activities. The U.S. Geological Survey, in...

Conn, Kathleen E.; Black, Robert W.; Senter, Craig A.; Peterson, Norman T.; Vanderpool-Kimura, Ann
Conn, K.E., Black, R.W., Senter, C.A., Peterson, N.T., and Vanderpool-Kimura, A., 2018, Hydrology-driven chemical loads transported by the Green River to the Lower Duwamish Waterway near Seattle, Washington, 2013–17: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2018-5133, 37 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/sir20185133.

Year Published: 2018

Nutrient enrichment in wadeable urban streams in the piedmont ecoregion of the southeastern United States

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Southeastern Stream Quality Assessment (SESQA) collected weekly samples for nitrogen and phosphorus in 76 wadeable streams in the urbanized Piedmont ecoregion of the Southeastern United States, during April–June 2014. Total nitrogen (TN) concentrations in excess of EPA guidelines and statistically greater than at...

Journey, Celeste A.; Van Metre, Peter C.; Button, Daniel T.; Clark, Jimmy M.; Munn, Mark D.; Nakagaki, Naomi; Qi, Sharon L.; Waite, Ian R.; Bradley, Paul M.

Year Published: 2018

Bank‐derived material dominates fluvial sediment in a suburban Chesapeake Bay watershed

Excess fine sediment is a leading cause of ecological degradation within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. To effectively target sediment mitigation measures, it is necessary to identify and quantify the delivery of sediment sources to local waterbodies.This study examines the contributions of sediment sources within Upper Difficult Run, a...

Cashman, Matthew J.; Gellis, Allen; Gorman Sanisaca, Lillian; Noe, Gregory; Cogliandro, Vanessa; Baker, Anna

Year Published: 2018

Monitoring wadeable stream habitat conditions in Southeast Coast Network parks: Protocol narrative

The Southeast Coast Network (SECN) has initiated a monitoring effort to assess habitat conditions in wadeable streams at national parks, recreation areas, battlefields, and monuments in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. This monitoring effort includes Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park,...

McDonald, Jacob M.; Gregory, Mark B.; Riley, Jeffrey W.; Starkey, Eric N.

Year Published: 2018

Increasing soil organic carbon to mitigate greenhouse gases and increase climate resiliency for California

Rising air temperatures are projected to continue to drive up urban, agricultural, and rangeland water use, straining both surface and groundwater resources. Scientific studies have shown that managing farms, ranches, and public lands to increase soil carbon can increase soil waterholding capacity and increase hydrologic benefits such as increased...

Flint, Lorraine E.; Flint, Alan L.; Stern, Michelle A.; Mayer, Allegra; Silver, Whendee L.; Casey, Clyde; Franco, Fabiano; Byrd, Kristin B.; Sleeter, Benjamin M.; Alvarez, P.; Creque, J.; Estrada, T.; Cameron, D.

Year Published: 2018

Concentrations of lead and other inorganic constituents in samples of raw intake and treated drinking water from the municipal water filtration plant and residential tapwater in Chicago, Illinois, and East Chicago, Indiana, July–December 2017

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Environmental Health Mission Area (EHMA) is providing comprehensive science on sources, movement, and transformation of contaminants and pathogens in watershed and aquifer drinking-water supplies and in built water and wastewater infrastructure (referred to as the USGS Water and Wastewater Infrastructure project)...

Romanok, Kristin M.; Kolpin, Dana W.; Meppelink, Shannon M.; Focazio, Michael J.; Argos, Maria; Hollingsworth, Mary E. ; McCleskey, R. Blaine; Putz, Andrea R.; Stark, Alan ; Weis, Christopher P.; Zehraoui, Abderrahman; Bradley, Paul M.
Romanok, K.M., Kolpin, D.W., Meppelink, S.M., Focazio, M.J., Argos, M., Hollingsworth, M.E., McCleskey, R.B., Putz, A.R., Stark, A., Weis, C.P., Zehraoui, A., and Bradley, P.M., 2018, Concentrations of lead and other inorganic constituents in samples of raw intake and treated drinking water from the municipal water filtration plant and residential tapwater in Chicago, Illinois, and East Chicago, Indiana, July–December 2017: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2018–1071, 10 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20181071.

Year Published: 2018

Methods used for the collection and analysis of chemical and biological data for the Tapwater Exposure Study, United States, 2016–17

In 2016, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Environmental Health Mission Area, initiated the Tapwater Exposure Study as part of an infrastructure project to assess human exposure to potential threats from complex mixtures of contaminants. In the pilot phase (2016), samples were collected from 11 States throughout the United States, and in the...

Romanok, Kristin M.; Kolpin, Dana W.; Meppelink, Shannon; Argos, Maria; Brown, Juliane B.; Devito, Michael J.; Dietze, Julie E.; Givens, Carrie E.; Gray, James L.; Higgins, Christopher P.; Hladik, Michelle L.; Iwanowicz, Luke R.; Loftin, Keith A.; McCleskey, R. Blaine; McDonough, Carrie A.; Meyer, Michael T.; Strynar, Mark J.; Weis, Christopher P.; Wilson, Vickie S.; Bradley, Paul M.
Romanok, K.M., Kolpin, D.W., Meppelink, S.M., Argos, M., Brown, J.B., DeVito, M.J., Dietze, J.E., Givens, C.E., Gray, J.L., Higgins, C.P., Hladik, M.L., Iwanowicz, L.R., Loftin, K.A., McCleskey, R.B., McDonough, C.A., Meyer, M.T., Strynar, M.J., Weis, C.P., Wilson, V.S., and Bradley, P.M., 2018, Methods used for the collection and analysis of chemical and biological data for the Tapwater Exposure Study, United States, 2016–17: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2018–1098, 79 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20181098.

Year Published: 2018

Sierra Nevada summary report. California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment

The Sierra Nevada region is critical to the environment and economy of California. Its places and peoples provideessential natural resources including fresh water, clean power, working lands, and famous wilderness. The regionencompasses tremendous geographical, climatological, and ecological diversity that spans majestic mountains todeep desert...

Dettinger, Michael; Alpert, Holly; Battles, John J.; Kusel, Jonathan; Safford, Hugh; Fougeres, Dorian; Knight, Clarke; Miller, Lauren; Sawyer, Sarah
Attribution: Water Resources

Year Published: 2018

Land subsidence

Land subsidence in the United States is inextricably linked to the development of groundwater—one of the Nation’s most valuable natural resources. More than 80 percent of the identified subsidence in the United States is a consequence of anthropogenic impact on water resources. Three processes account for most of the water-related subsidence—the...

Sneed, Michelle

Year Published: 2018

Radium attenuation and mobilization in stream sediments following oil and gas wastewater disposal in western Pennsylvania

Centralized waste treatment facilities (CWTs) in Pennsylvania discharged wastewater from conventional and unconventional oil and gas (O&G) wells into surface waters until 2011, when a voluntary request from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) encouraged recycling rather than...

Van Sice, Katherine; Cravotta, Charles A.; McDevitt, Bonnie; Tasker, Travis L.; Landis, Joshua D.; Puhr, Johnna; Warner, Nathaniel R.

Year Published: 2018

Unsaturated zone CO2, CH4, and δ13C-CO2 at an arid region low-level radioactive waste disposal site

Elevated tritium, radiocarbon, Hg, and volatile organic compounds associated with low-level radioactive waste (LLRW) at the USGS Amargosa Desert Research Site (ADRS) have stimulated research on factors and processes that affect contaminant gas distribution and transport. Consequently, we examined the sources, mixing, and biogeochemistry of CO2...

Conaway, Christopher H.; Walvoord, Michelle Ann; Thomas, Randall B.; Green, Christopher; Baker, R.J.; Thordsen, James J.; Stonestrom, David A.; Andraski, Brian J.
Attribution: Water Resources,

Year Published: 2018

The approaching obsolescence of 137Cs dating of wetland soils in North America

The peak fallout in 1963 of the radionuclide 137Cs has been used to date lake, reservoir, continental shelf, and wetland sedimentary deposits. In wetlands such dating is used to project the ability of wetlands to keep pace with sea level rise and develop strategies for mitigating carbon pollution using biological...

Drexler, Judith Z.; Fuller, Christopher C.; Archfield, Stacey A.

The USGS produces many types of multimedia products. Use the links below to browse our offerings of photograph galleries, podcasts and sound files, videos, aerial photos, and posters related to water. The USGS Newsroom has a Web page that highlights the main collection of multimedia products.

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Development of geothermal saline groundwater into a warm-spring spa.
December 31, 2018

Development of geothermal saline groundwater into a warm-spring spa.

Development of geothermal saline groundwater into a warm-spring spa.
(Source: State of Florida Department of Natural Resources. Special Publication No. 21, 1977)

USGS gage 01419500 Willowemoc Creek near Livingston Manor, NY
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USGS gage 01419500 Willowemoc Creek near Livingston Manor, NY

USGS gage 01419500 Willowemoc Creek near Livingston Manor, NY

Attribution: Water Resources
USGS gage 01428000 Tenmile River at Tusten, NY
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USGS gage 01428000 Tenmile River at Tusten, NY

USGS gage 01428000 Tenmile River at Tusten, NY

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Public Supply Water Use in 2015
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Public Supply Water Use in 2015

Public Supply Water Use in 2015

Water Census Streamflow button
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Water Census Streamflow button

Water Census Streamflow button

Attribution: Water Resources
Domestic Water Use Withdrawals in 2015
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Domestic Water Use Withdrawals in 2015

Domestic Water Use Withdrawals in 2015

Total Saline Groundwater Use, 2010
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Total Saline Groundwater Use, 2010

Total Saline Groundwater Use, 2010

StreamStats application screenshot
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StreamStats application screenshot

StreamStats application screenshot

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Date published: December 7, 2017

Groundwater Quality in the Southwest: The Rio Grande Aquifer System

A regional assessment of untreated groundwater in the Rio Grande aquifer system, which includes parts of Colorado, New Mexico and Texas, is now available from the U.S. Geological Survey.

Date published: December 7, 2017

Groundwater Quality in the East: The Piedmont and Blue Ridge Crystalline-Rock Aquifers

A regional assessment of untreated groundwater in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge crystalline-rock aquifers, which includes parts of 11 states across the contiguous United States, is now available from the U.S. Geological Survey.

Date published: December 7, 2017

The Quality of the Nation’s Groundwater: Progress on a National Survey

This story was updated on December 7, 2017.
The U.S. Geological Survey is near the midpoint of a complex undertaking to survey the quality of the nation’s largest drinking-water resource.

Date published: December 7, 2017

Groundwater Quality in the Midwest: The Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer System

A regional assessment of untreated groundwater in the Cambrian-Ordovician aquifer system, which includes parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri and Indiana, is now available from the U.S. Geological Survey.

Date published: December 6, 2017

Scientists Home in on Causes of High Radium Levels in Key Midwestern Aquifer

Oxygen levels, dissolved minerals among factors responsible for high concentrations of radium in untreated water from aquifer that underlies six states

Date published: December 1, 2017

Hundreds of Biological Data Available for Fountain Creek Basin, Colorado 

The U.S. Geological Survey just added more than 800 fish and macroinvertebrate data samples from Fountain Creek, Colorado, to the USGS BioData Retrieval system.

Date published: November 1, 2017

New USGS Study Tracks Millions of Tons of Rocks, Gravel and Silt Carried by the Sauk River

TACOMA, Wash. — The U.S. Geological Survey recently published the results of a new five-year suspended-sediment and water temperature study from the Sauk River. The purpose of this study is to improve understanding of the magnitude and timing of suspended sediment from the Sauk River and its tributaries to the Skagit River.

Date published: October 5, 2017

New Report on Channel Bed Erosion Helps Assess Bridge Stability in St. Louis

A new assessment of channel bed erosion near 13 highway bridges in the greater St. Louis, Missouri, area is now available in an online report from the U.S. Geological Survey, produced in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Transportation.

Date published: September 27, 2017

Levels of Possible Human Carcinogen Declining in Most Wells in Tucson International Airport Superfund Site

Levels of a potential human carcinogen, 1,4-dioxane, have mostly declined in wells in the commercial and residential areas of the Tucson International Airport Area Superfund Site during 2002-2017, according to a new map published by the U.S. Geological Survey.

Date published: September 26, 2017

Groundwater Modeling Software MODFLOW 6 Now Available

MODFLOW 6, the newest version of the world’s most widely used groundwater modeling software, is now available for download from the U.S. Geological Survey

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: September 22, 2017

USGS Tidal Network Monitoring Elevated Water Levels Off Hampton Roads

To learn more about USGS’ role providing science to decision makers before, during and after Hurricane Jose, visit the USGS Hurricane Jose page at https://www.usgs.gov/jose.

Date published: September 19, 2017

More than a dozen USGS Storm-Tide Sensors Deployed for Hurricane Jose

To learn more about USGS’ role providing science to decision makers before, during and after Hurricane Jose, visit the USGS Hurricane Jose page at https://www.usgs.gov/jose.

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