Crews from the CAWSC Redlands Field Office waded into the Cajon Creek in San Bernardino County on January 12, 2017, which was flowing very rapidly, to collect streamflow measurements.
Evaluation of the occurrence of natural and anthropogenic chromium in groundwater near the mapped PG&E chromium contamination plume near Hinkley, CA.
USGS Hydrologic Technicians, Drew Gaffney and Ernie Houston, captured a frontal wave during a flash flood just as it reached USGS streamgage 11136800 at Cuyama River below Buckhorn Canyon near Santa Maria, CA on July 20, 2015.
USGS crews were in the field checking streamflow during the mid-January storms in California.
The US Geological Survey has begun drilling monitoring wells as part of the San Joaquin River Restoration Program.
USGS hydrologist Dr. Claudia Faunt discusses her new report on Central Valley groundwater.
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists are releasing thousands of tagged juvenile salmon into the Sacramento River.
Twenty-four teachers from throughout Northern California spent a "day in the Delta" with USGS scientists.
Rare footage of debris flow was captured by resident Howard Davis as mud and boulders rolled down the street.
Sudden and torrential rainfall on hillsides left bare by last fall's wildfires caused dangerous flash flooding.
Friday, December 12, 2014: California Water Science Center associate director for data, Dianna Crilley, gave a radio interview for KCBS radio news San Francisco regarding storm related high stream flows. She discussed why USGS field crew measurements are important for flood and safety emergency planning and the USGS streamgage network.
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