Water Resources of the United States

USGS Flood-related Publications

Visit the USGS Flood Reports page for floods dating back over 100 years.

Related Links

Archive of USGS Project Alert flood notices - local and regional flood briefs since 2008.
100-Year Flood--It's All About Chance - poster discussing the meaning and use of probability language in flood characterization.
Video: 2011: The Year of the Flood

State-based Flood Information

There is a USGS Water Science Center office in each State. Alabama Arkansas Georgia Illinois Indiana Kansas Louisiana Montana North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Wyoming Texas Alaska Arizona California Caribbean Colorado Connecticut Florida Hawaii Idaho Iowa Kentucky Maine Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Massachusettes Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin

Click the map above to visit a State-specific flood page (if available), or check out one of these State flood databases:

Colorado Flood Database

Oklahoma Flood Database

USGS Contact Information

For questions related to this site or to contribute content, please email TODD KOENIG or BOB HOLMES.

USGS Flood Information   

The USGS provides practical, unbiased information about the Nation's rivers and streams that is crucial in mitigating hazards associated with floods. This site provides information about the USGS activities, data, and services provided during regional high-flow events, such as hurricanes or multi-state flooding events. The USGS response to these events is typically managed by the National Floods Specialist.

Prior to the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, USGS technicians deployed non-transmitting storm tide sensors and wave height sensors and real-time rapid deployment streamgages (RDGs) along the Northeast coast.

The data are available on the Hurricane Sandy Flood Event Viewer. The viewer provides location information, site photos and data for storm tide and inland flooding. Data will be made available as soon as possible following the storm.

Critical user information.

Additional Links to Data for Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy Flood Event Viewer

Hurricane Sandy Mapping Application

Click here to open the Hurricane Sandy Flood Event Viewer
or access the data services at: https://stn.wim.usgs.gov/STNServices/#/

Please note: the previous mapping product has been retired. This product included a FEMA surge boundary layer that has not been implemented in the new viewer, but that information can still be found here: Sandy Surge Boundaries

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