Willamette River Basin selected as 4th Integrated Water Science Basin
Studies in this Pacific Northwest basin will advance the science needed to manage water for the diverse needs of major cities, fertile agriculture, and ecologically important species
Water Priorities for the Nation: IWAAs
Integrated Water Availability Assessments will provide current conditions, long-term trends, and forecasts of future changes
Visualization of 2015 water use by county
Regional Groundwater Availability Studies
Regional Groundwater Availability Studies develop the understanding to assess and quantify availability of the Nation's groundwater resources.
Cooperative Matching Funds
Cooperative matching funds are used to monitor and assess water resources in partnership with nearly 1,600 local, State, and Tribal agencies.
Water Availability and Use Science Program
The Water Availability and Use Science Program (WAUSP) assists in the determination of water that is available for human and ecological uses, now and in the future. This includes evaluating the quantity and quality of water, identifying long-term trends in water availability, and developing an improved ability to forecast water availability for economic, energy production, and environmental uses.