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Dixie Fire Post-Fire Debris Flows: A Tale of Two Storms

The Dixie fire burned steep hillslopes in the northern Sierra Nevada California during the summer of 2021. The burn area was impacted by two significant storms in October 2021 and June 2022. These storm events resulted in very different types of rainfall and very different postfire flow events. This story map uses maps, photos, and rainfall data to highlight the storms and their impacts.  

Geonarrative Collection: Hampton Roads Stormwater Monitoring

Learn more about the U.S. Geological Survey's important water quality monitoring work in the Hampton Roads Region through our interactive webpage.

Geonarrative: How and why are conditions changing in Fairfax streams?

This interactive narrative summarizes a new U.S. Geological Survey report wherein monitoring data collected between 2007 and 2018 are used to provide insights into the changing water quality of urban streams in Fairfax County and the potential role of water-quality management practices.

New Jersey's Coastal Scenario Mapper and Flood Decision Tool

The Flood-inundation maps for 10 New Jersey counties show areas of potential coastal flooding from wind driven storm surge, allowing users to access real-time tidal elevation data from the USGS New Jersey Tide Network webpage. This information can be used to display flood-inundation maps for a range of tidal elevations to better understand areas of potential flooding. 

2015-2022 Cooperative Research Units Program Year in Review Collection

Collection of Cooperative Research Units Program (USGS Ecosystems Mission Area) year in review reports and abstracts. We provide graduate education in fisheries and wildlife sciences and partner with natural resource agencies and universities on topics of mutual concern. Today, there are 42 Units in 40 States, with a national program office in Reston, Virginia.

Conservation Planning Tool for the Bi-State Distinct Population Segment of Greater Sage-grouse 1.0.0

A decision support tool for conifer treatment to restore greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) habitat within the Bi-State, California and Nevada, area. This tool provides a science-based approach for prioritizing pinyon and juniper removal to improve habitat for greater sage-grouse in the Bi-State Distinct Population Segment.

USGS Science in the American Territories

The United States is more than just the fifty states and the District of Columbia. Five permanently inhabited territories in the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea are overseen by the U.S. and are home to more than 4 million people, many of whom are American citizens.

Geonarrative: Water-Use Data-Gap Analysis

This water-use data-gap analysis analyzed the differences between the current state of the Nation's water-use data and the data needed to achieve the long-term goals of the USGS Water Availability and Use Science Program.

Environmental Health Program at the U.S. Geological Survey

One Health science to address high priority issues related to human and wildlife exposures to environmental contaminants and pathogens

2022 Climate Adaptation Science Centers Annual Summary

In Fiscal Year 2022 (October 2021-September 2022), the National and Regional CASCs worked closely with partners to accomplish a multitude of science-based achievements!

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, Tribal Engagement

We prioritize equity and inclusion at all levels of the organization and aspire to create and maintain a collaborative, flexible, and fair culture. Leave no one behind: every person is unique and has unique contributions.