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U.S. Geological Survey

Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program

Endangered, Discontinued and Rescued Streamgages Mapper

This mapper identifies U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) streamgages that are in danger of being discontinued or converted to a reduced level of service due to lack of funding, gages that already have been discontinued and gages that have been ‘rescued’ by a new funding source. Efforts are underway to find a new funding source for each endangered streamgage; however, if a new funding source is not identified for an at-risk gage, it will be discontinued. If you have questions about a specific streamgage, please zoom to the site on the map and refer to the information in the table at the bottom of the page. If you have general questions about the overall USGS Streamgaging Network, please contact Mark Landers, National Streamgage Network Coordinator, landers@usgs.gov, 678-924-6616.

Summary of Funding Instability at USGS Streamgages --  selected sites are within mapped area.
Endangered gage 0 Endangered Streamgages Recently Discontinued gage 0 Discontinued Streamgages Rescued gage 0 Rescued Streamgages
 --- Funding unlikely. Stations may be discontinued or converted to a reduced level of service  --- Stations recently discontinued due to funding shortfall  --- Stations temporarily discontinued or converted to a reduced level of service, now back in full operation
Continuous/Partial-Record Continuous/Partial-Record Continuous/Partial-Record
0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0