WaterMarks New England WSC Newsletters

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    July 1, 2021

    WaterMarks Newsletter - Summer 2021

    In this issue we put one of our outstanding staff, Alex Bissell, on Center Stage, and spotlight our Applied Hydrology Program, research on the effects of climate change on water resources, and our streamflow and water-quality data-collection networks. Explore this quarter’s publications and learn more about the fantastic science our folks produce in partnership with our stakeholders. Happy 4th

    April 1, 2021

    WaterMarks Newsletter - Spring 2021

    In this issue of the USGS New England WSC Newsletter, we spotlight recent field activities, our Hydrologic Interpretive Program, a new report about arsenic in groundwater, and research at the Sleepers River Research Watershed. I hope you enjoy the articles about some of the great work our folks are doing and exploring the links to this quarter’s publications. Thanks for making us part of your day!

    January 6, 2021

    WaterMarks Newsletter - 2020

    In this issue we introduce our new director, John Bumgarner, presenting his vision for the center. We also feature our hydrologic monitoring program, a recap of the 2020 drought, current work on the Federal Emergency Management Agency flood insurance maps, two geonarratives, and we provide links to our 2020 staff publications and data releases.

    Johnathan R Bumgarner

    Center Director
    10 Bearfoot Road
    Northborough, MA 01532
    Phone: 508-490-5010
    Fax: 508-490-5068

    Matt Ely

    Center Director
    Denver Federal Center, MS-415
    Building 53
    Denver, CO 80225
    Phone: 303-236-6900

    WaterMarks is a newsletter produced by the USGS New England Water Science Center.

    Our mission is to collect timely and reliable information on the water resources of our six-state region (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont), and to partner with Federal, State, Tribal, and local agencies in hydrologic studies that advance human health, public safety, and environmental sustainability.