Oregon Water Science Center
Data and Tools
Streamflow measurements are vital to understanding stream conditions. We monitor over 200 streams in Oregon.Streamflow Data
Monitoring water quality is important for protecting human and ecosystem health. We monitor rivers, streams, and lakes around the state.Water-Quality Data
The USGS monitors groundwater levels throughout much of Oregon. The data are used to determine sustainable pumping rates for irrigation and domestic supplies.Groundwater Data
These maps, charts, and tables show the amount of total nitrogen and total phosphorus delivered to Pacific Coast estuaries and the contribution from upstream sources to those loads. The results come from the USGS SPARROW models developed for the Pacific Northwest and California.
Models of the Klamath River from Link River to Keno Dam were constructed and calibrated by the U.S. Geological Survey for calendar years 2006-09.
Suspended-sediment concentration data from National Real-Time Water Quality (NRTWQ) website.
The USGS Flood Inundation Mapping Program has two main functions: 1) partner with local communities to assist with the development and validation of flood inundation map libraries; and 2) provide online access to flood inundation maps along with real-time streamflow data, flood forecasts, and potential loss estimates.