ABOUT THE USGS IN COLORADO
ABOUT THE USGS
USGS IN YOUR STATE
USGS Water Science Centers are located in each state.
Water Resources of Colorado
Welcome to the USGS Colorado Water Science Center. These pages are your source for water-resource information collected and interpreted by the U.S. Geological Survey in Colorado.
Streamflow Conditions in Colorado
USGS Colorado Water Science Center Highlights
Water-Quality Summary for the Big Thompson and Gunnison River Basin
Summaries of water-quality monitoring data are now available for the Big Thompson and Gunnison River Basins of Colorado. For each basin, current data from a network of sites are compared to previously collected data and instream standards. Lowess curves are provided on plots for selected constituents where a sufficient period of record and limited censored data are available.
A National Assessment of Changes in Chloride, Dissolved Solids, and Nitrate in Groundwater
Groundwater-quality monitoring data collected by the USGS National Water-Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) from many regions of the United States are being synthesized into a national assessment of groundwater-quality trends. NAWQA Groundwater-Quality Trends
An internet-based data management system that integrates ambient water-quality data from a variety of sources including government agencies, stakeholder groups, and private entities.
Of Current Interest
Cooperative Water Program
The Cooperative Water Program monitors and assesses water in every State, protectorate, and territory of the U.S. in partnership with nearly 1,600 local, State, and Tribal agencies. http://water.usgs.gov/coop/
Video - Streamgages: The Silent Superhero
Whether you drink water from your tap, use electricity or canoe down your local river, chances are you benefit from USGS streamgage information. So what is a streamgage and what does it do for you? This CoreCast episode gives you the inside scoop on your silent superhero. http://www.usgs.gov/corecast/?tag=streamgage