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StreamStats Application Status


Efforts are underway to make StreamStats operational for many states, with a long-term goal of national coverage. Work needed to implement StreamStats is generally done by the USGS in cooperation with various state and local agencies. The map below indicates states where StreamStats has been implemented, and where work on implementation is currently underway. Green states have fully implemented StreamStats applications, orange states have been completed and are in testing internally, and blue states are undergoing implementation. Users may access the implemented state applications by selecting the state of interest on the map below, or by selecting the name of the state from the list above.


North Dakota Wisconsin Mississippi Alaska (Cook Inlet Basin) South Carolina Montana Virginia Maine Georgia Arkansas Arizona Iowa Rhode Island North Carolina South Dakota New Mexico Alabama California Hawaii New Jersey Minnesota Oklahoma Kentucky New York North Carolina Illinois Tennessee Ohio Massachusetts Washington Oregon Idaho Colorado Delaware Vermont Pennsylvania Connecticut Maryland and D.C. Indiana Utah New Hampshire

For the states that are not yet fully implemented, StreamStats provides a separate application that allows users to obtain information for USGS data-collection stations, including descriptive information, and previously published streamflow statistics and physical and climatic characteristics of the drainage basins for the stations. All of the information provided by this national application is also available from the separate state applications. If your state is not highlighted in the above map and you are interested in making StreamStats operational there, contact the USGS Water Science Center Director for your state. The application continues to be improved and expanded. Please continue to come back to this page to see future enhancements.

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