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Explore America's streams and rivers from your computer or mobile device.
In recognition of World Water Day and in conjunction with the White House Water Summit, the U.S. Geological Survey is raising awareness of water issues and potential solutions in the United States.
Streamer is the online mapping application that lets anyone explore downstream and upstream along America’s rivers and streams. Since Streamer was first released in 2013, it has been used extensively by scientists, water managers, students, and citizens to follow the paths of rivers up to their headwaters and down to the sea, to view location-related information such as weather radar and near real-time streamflow data, and to discover hydrologic connections between distant places.
With Streamer you can:
Recent Streamer Enhancements
Streamer is on the move with major updates. Some of its newest features include:
A new web addressStreamer has moved from its former location at The National Map to become a feature of USGS Water Data for the Nation. The new url is:http://water.usgs.gov/streamer
A mobile friendly versionThe mobile friendly version takes most of the features from the desktop version and packages them into an intuitive, easy-to-use format on a smartphone or tablet. Users can zoom to their current location and, with a few more taps on the screen:
New features for developersStreamer now has features that allow developers to create their own customized mapping applications with trace functionality and hydrographic map services.
Four Streamer map services are now available along with tutorials that show how to build a web page containing a map with Streamer map service layers. New map services for Streamer are designed to emphasize hydrographic features while improved map symbols have been incorporated to make it easier to distinguish major streams and cities.
For more information, visit the Streamer website.