Unified Interior Regions

New York

Located in the Northeastern United States, New York is the seventh-most densely populated state in the U.S. The state covers 54,555 square miles and ranks as the 27th largest state by size. The Great Appalachian Valley dominates eastern New York and contains the Lake Champlain Valley as its northern half and the Hudson Valley as its southern half. Much of New York State borders water.

New York Water Science Center

New York Water Science Center

425 Jordan Road
Troy, NY 12180-8349

Phone: (518) 285-5695
Fax: (518) 285-5601

New York Water

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View of Cahoe Falls from the webcam

Cohoes Falls, NY

Cohoes Falls upstream from USGS gaging station

PLEASE NOTE: During winter months, ice and snow can affect the picture quality. The camera is cleaned as often as it is safe to do so.

Mohawk River at Cohoes, NY (01357500)

Neversink River and bridge

Webcam for USGS site 01437500 Neversink River at Godeffroy, NY

Webcam at USGS Streamgage 01437500 Neversink River at Godeffroy, NY.

Visit Water Data For the Nation to get current data for this site.

Delaware River during winter, partially covered with ice

Webcam for site 01426500 West Branch Delaware River at Hale Eddy, NY

Webcam at USGS Streamgage 01426500 West Branch Delaware River at Hale Eddy, NY.

Visit Water Data For the Nation to get current data for this site.

ice and snow covered lake close to large bridge

Richelieu River (Lake Champlain) at Rouses Point, NY

Richelieu River (Lake Champlain) at Rouses Point, NY from USGS gaging station  (04295000)

Delaware River and bridge

Webcam for USGS site 01434000 Delaware River at Port Jervis, NY

Webcam at USGS Streamgage 01434000 Delaware River at Port Jervis, NY.

Visit Water Data For the Nation to get current data for this site.

New York Water Science Center

New York Water Science Center

425 Jordan Road
Troy, NY 12180-8349

Phone: (518) 285-5695
Fax: (518) 285-5601

New York Water