U.S. Geological Survey
Office of Surface Water
National Surface Water Conference and Hydroacoustics Workshop
March 28 - April 1, 2011
Tampa, Florida

Third Photographic Competition


Category: 2. Gage

(23 images)


Other Categories: 1. Disasters || 2. Gage || 3. SW Field Work || 4. Hydroacoustic || 5. Public Service || 6. Historic
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11-014_06

First Place

Swifty above lake

April 2005

Swiftcurrent Creek above Swiftcurrent Creek Lake in Glacier National Park
D.A. Bischoff
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11-018_03

Second Place

Morning on the South Toe

October 1, 2009

03463300 South Toe River near Celo, NC
John A. Mazurek
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11-007_02

Third Place

Tamayariak

September 2, 2010

Tamayariak River near Kaktovik, AK
Ryan Hollins
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11-005_02

Gaging station

February 4, 2011

Well gage with cableway and WW cantilever
Dave Grey
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11-009_01

Genesee River Gorge Mt. Morris Dam

August 30, 2010

Picture of the Genesee River above and below Mt. Morris Dam, near Mt. Morris, New York
Gordie Morgan
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11-003_02

No fishing, no duh!

March 11, 2010

Ice jams caused high backwater at the USGS streamgage on the Elkhorn River at West Point, NE.
T.P. Boyle (Robert Swanson)
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11-008_05

One tall Tower

December 2009

12472800 Columbia River blw Priest Rapids Dam Cableway Before removal
Kevin Wright
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11-010_01

1374701

January 12, 2005

West Branch Croton River near Croton Falls, NY
Alicia Gearwar
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11-010_02

1334500

December 18, 2008

Hoosic River near Eagle Bridge, NY - 4 wheeling
Alicia Gearwar
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11-017_01

High water mark.

February 1, 2010

09497980 Cherry Creek nr. Globe AZ. Record flow reached bottom of gage shelf.
Mike Sanders
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11-017_06

Salt River Flood

February 22, 2010

Flooding on the Salt River at Roosevelt AZ. 09498500 peaked at 80,000 cfs earlier that day.
Mike Sanders
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11-017_07

High Water Access

February 17, 2010

Gage as seen from high water access trail at Tonto Creek nr. Roosevelt AZ. 09499000
Mike Sanders
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11-018_01

Beetree Creek Watershed

October 7, 2009 (Owl April 5, 2010)

03504000 Nantahala River near Rainbow Springs
John A. Mazurek
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11-018_02

Mount Mitchell Raingage

October 1, 2009

354534082161645 Raingage at Mount Mitchell, NC. The highest summit east of the Mississippi.
John A. Mazurek
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11-018_04

Watauga River Ice Jam

December 8, 2010

03479000 Watauga River near Sugar Grove, NC
John A. Mazurek
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11-018_05

West Fork Fishery

October 16, 2009

0345550 West Fork Pigeon River above Lake Logan near Hazelwood, NC
John A. Mazurek
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11-019_02

Staff plate in Arabic, Iraq

February 25, 2010

Steve Lipscomb, ID WSC, with an Arabic staff plate at a streamgage on the Lesser Zab River in Iraq
Molly Wood
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11-019_03

Iraq real-time streamgage

May 30, 2010

Streamgage on the Greater Zab River in northern Iraq
Molly Wood
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11-019_08

Patagonia streamgage

February 2, 2011

USGS and Chilean scientists making comparison ADCP measurements (via cableway and kayak) at a streamgage on the Rio Murta in Chilean Patagonia

(Note: Also listed in Hydroacoustics category)
Molly Wood
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11-020_01

N. Fork Shenandoah

February 12, 2011

01634000 N. Fork Shenandoah River near Strasburg, Virginia
Julie Kiang
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11-020_02

N. Fork Shenandoah

February 12, 2011

01634000 N. Fork Shenandoah River near Strasburg, Virginia
Julie Kiang
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11-020_03

Alaska River

September 2006

USGS 15484000 Salcha River near Salchate, AK.
Julie Kiang
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11-021_08

Gage below Teton Dam

July 1, 2010

Gage near Teton National Park. I believe this is Buffalo Fork above Lava Creek, near Moran, WY
Kevin Oberg

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