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USGS Groundwater Watch

USGS maintains a network of active wells to provide basic statistics about groundwater levels.

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USGS in Your State

USGS Water Science Centers are located in each state.

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Groundwater Techniques, Methods, and Models

Techniques & Methods Publications

USGS Techniques and Methods Reports (TM)

USGS Techniques and Methods (TM) reports describe procedures and standard methods for planning and executing studies and laboratory analyses. They are written for scientists. To find TM reports you can:

USGS Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations (TWRI)

USGS Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations (TWRI) reports are written for scientists and describe approved water-resources scientific and data-collection procedures and standard methods. This report series is no longer published; new water-resources techniques publications are published as part of the Techniques and Methods series (above).

Groundwater Technical Memoranda

Groundwater Technical Memoranda address USGS policy related to technical aspects of USGS groundwater studies and data collection.

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Computer Modeling & Software

Building on decades of experience, the USGS continues to lead in the development and application of computer software to simulate groundwater flow and transport and to address scientific and management questions of increasing complexity. (For more information, see USGS Fact Sheet 2009-3105)

USGS Groundwater Software

USGS groundwater software and supporting materials are in the public domain and can be downloaded from the USGS groundwater software page.

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Selected USGS Groundwater Software & Related Publications

Other Water Resources & Groundwater Software

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Land Subsidence

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Data Collection

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Water Use

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Water Quality

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Additional Water-Resources Techniques & Methods Information

For additional USGS resources, see the links at Water-Resources Techniques, Methods, and Modeling.

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