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Turning the Tide on the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay has long been an R&R destination for DC residents. However, the watershed’s overpopulation contributes to its decline. Join us when USGS’s Scott Phillips and Peter Claggett discuss new science efforts applied to restoring the Nation’s largest estuary on October 6th.

“Real-time” View of Flood Conditions

The “Flood and high flow” map shows the location of streamgages where the water level is currently above or near flood stage. Find out what rivers and creeks near you are doing.

Nutrient Concentrations in our Water

Nutrient sources in both agricultural and urban areas contribute to elevated nutrient concentrations in streams and groundwater across the Nation.

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