U.S. Groundwater Conditions
New data visualization shows low- and high-flow events across the U.S. during the first months of 2022
Hurricane Ida's Water Footprint Visualization
Watch Henri's cumulative precipitation and the impact on river gage height from the Gulf Coast to New England
USGS Unveils Mobile Flood Tool for the Nation
New Access-Anywhere Interactive Map Helps Minimize Loss of Life and Property
USGS science to keep us safe
Floods and drought: how USGS data supports community preparedness and response
Hurricanes may pose a threat to people along coasts and far inland
USGS science can help protect lives and property when hurricanes approach
Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program
The Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program (GWSIP) serves as the national source of impartial, timely, rigorous, and relevant data for short- and long-term water decisions by stakeholders across the United States. In 2018, the USGS began piloting the Nation’s Next Generation Water Observing System (NGWOS) that will provide high-fidelity, real-time data on water quantity and quality.
The new, interactive National Water Dashboard provides real-time water, weather, and flood information all in one place.
Groundwater Watch displays real-time, recent, and historical groundwater data and statistics from wells and springs across the United States.
GWSIP Quick Links
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