Unified Interior Regions

Region 5: Missouri Basin

USGS Science Centers in the Missouri Basin Region

For more information on what each center is doing in the Missouri Basin, please follow the links below!

Wyoming - Montana Water Science Center

Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center

Kansas Water Science Center

Nebraska Water Science Center

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

Dakota Water Science Center

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February 17, 2016

Top of the world.

USGS scientist Greg Pederson and field collaborator set up a repeat photograph in Glacier National Park.  

Ice Jam at White River near Interior, SD (06446500)
February 12, 2016

Ice Jam at White River near Interior, SD (06446500)

Ice jam at White River near Interior, SD (USGS streamgage 06446500). More information on this site is available at https://waterdata.usgs.gov/sd/nwis/inventory/?site_no=06446500&agency_cd=USGS&. 

Image: Ice Jam on White River near Interior, SD
February 11, 2016

Ice Jam on White River near Interior, SD

Ice jam at the White River near Interior, SD, USGS streamgage 06446500, on February 12, 2016. An ice streamflow measurement was made a few days prior to the ice breakup on Februrary 9, 2016, and was 235 cubic feet per second.

USGS hydrologist taking a measurement
January 14, 2016

Measurement in Johnson County

USGS Hydrologist taking a measurement under a bridge in Johnson County.

January 8, 2016

USGS Pollinator Research and Monitoring

The USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, located in the Northern Great Plains state of North Dakota highlights their current and ongoing research on land use and pollinator health.

This part of the country represents critical summer forage habitat for commercial beekeepers and their honey bees. Colonies located here in the summer produce honey and go on

Graphic of Williston Basin Oil and Gas Wells, North Dakota, South Dakota and Eastern Montana, 2016
January 1, 2016

Graphic of Williston Basin Oil and Gas Wells

This is a graphic showing the boundary of the Williston Basin Province and Oil and Gas Wells, North Dakota, South Dakota and Eastern Montana, 2016

Remote Boat on water
December 31, 2015

Remote Boat

USGS remote boat measures streamflow on the river. In the background the opposite shore is seen lined with leafless trees.

USGS Hydrologist taking routine measurement
December 31, 2015

Routine Measurement

Photo taken from a bridge above a USGS Hydrologist taking a routine streamflow measurement. In the center of the stream suspended sediment can be seen flowing downstream. 

USGS truck on bridge
December 31, 2015

USGS truck

A USGS truck is parked on a small bridge crossing a stream. Small bits of snow lays in the grass next to the bridge.

Filtering water for eDNA sample collection in Yellowstone National Park between Lewis and Shoshone Lakes.
December 31, 2015

Filtering water for eDNA sample collection.

Filtering water for eDNA sample collection in Yellowstone National Park between Lewis and Shoshone Lakes.

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December 31, 2015

RESOLVE Helicopter's Airborne Electromagnetic “Bird"

Left to right: Greg Delzer, David Smith and Mark Anderson (South Dakota Water Science Center and Denver Crustal Geophysics Group) standing with the RESOLVE helicopter's airborne electromagnetic “bird.” The bird is suspended from a helicopter as it transmits and receives electromagnetic signals to the ground, which are used to interpret characteristics of the aquifer. More

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December 31, 2015

RESOLVE Bird Used for Collection of Airborne Electromagnetic Data

A low-flying helicopter will carry this large cylindrical sensor, called a bird, to measure physical properties of the Big Sioux aquifer below the Earth's surface. More information on the airborne electromagnetic method is available at https://doi.org/10.3133/fs20163075.