Unified Interior Regions

Montana

Welcome to the Midwest Region! Our region includes 18 Science Centers in 11 States from the Great Lakes to the Dakotas, south to Missouri and Kentucky. Our streamgage network is used to monitor and assess water resources across the region. Other research focuses on fisheries and aquatic ecosystems, midcontinental plant/animal species, invasive species, wildlife disease, and energy and mining.

Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)

Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)

Scientists from the Center work in the northern Rocky Mountains and across the U.S. Many work throughout the world on issues as diverse as global climate change, aquatic ecology, wildlife diseases, bison ecology, and large carnivores.

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Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center

Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center

The Water Science Center's hydrologists, engineers, geospatial analysts, hydrologic technicians, geologists, and support staff work to provide hydrologic data and interpretive studies.

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Measuring bridge scour on Clark Fork River near Superior, MT
April 4, 2007

Measuring bridge scour on Clark Fork River near Superior, MT

Measuring bridge scour on Clark Fork River near Superior, MT (April 4, 2007)

The white stone outcrop is the Tongue River Formation
December 31, 2006

The white stone outcrop is the Tongue River Formation

The white stone outcrop is the Tongue River Formation. Photo taken north of Lame Deer, Montana.

Saint Mary River sunset
December 5, 2006

Saint Mary River Sunset

Saint Mary River sunset

Flooding on Swiftcurrent Creek at Many Glaciers, Montana
November 7, 2006

Flooding on Swiftcurrent Creek at Many Glaciers, Montana

Flooding on Swiftcurrent Creek at Many Glaciers, Montana

Installation of a gaging station at the Smith River near Eden, Montana
February 20, 2005

Installation of a gaging station at the Smith River near Eden, Montana

Installation of a gaging station at the Smith River near Eden, Montana

diatom
March 31, 2004

Diatom in Yellowstone Lake Spire

Diatom in spire from floor of Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park.

lake spire material
March 31, 2004

Yellowstone Lake Spire

Spires from the floor of Yellowstone Lake appear to be composed of diatoms and silicified bacteria.

lake spire material
March 31, 2004

Yellowstone Lake Spire

Spires from the floor of Yellowstone Lake appear to be composed of diatoms and silicified bacteria.

lake spire material
March 31, 2004

Yellowstone Lake Spire

Spires from the floor of Yellowstone Lake appear to be composed of diatoms and silicified bacteria.

Chief Mountain
January 9, 2004

Chief Mountain

Chief Mountain

Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)

Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)

Scientists from the Center work in the northern Rocky Mountains and across the U.S. Many work throughout the world on issues as diverse as global climate change, aquatic ecology, wildlife diseases, bison ecology, and large carnivores.

Go to NOROCK

Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center

Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center

The Water Science Center's hydrologists, engineers, geospatial analysts, hydrologic technicians, geologists, and support staff work to provide hydrologic data and interpretive studies.

Go to Center