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This part of the Data Release contains the raster representation of the water-level altitude and water-level change maps developed every 5 years from 1980-2015 for the upper Rio Grande Focus Area Study. The input point data used to generate the water-level altitude maps can be found in the "Groundwater level measurement data used to develop water-level altitude maps in the upper Rio Grande Alluvial Basins" child item of this data release. These digital data accompany Houston, N.A., Thomas, J.V., Foster, L.K., Pedraza, D.E., and Welborn, T.L., 2020, Hydrogeologic framework, groundwater-level altitudes, groundwater-level changes, and groundwater-storage changes in selected alluvial basins of the upper Rio Grande...
Types: Map Service, OGC WFS Layer, OGC WMS Layer, OGC WMS Service; Tags: Abiquiu Reservoir, Ahumada, Alamosa, Alamosa County, Alamosa Creek, All tags...
This dataset presents the total estimated monthly public-supply water withdrawal by 12-digit hydrologic unit code (HUC12) in the conterminous United States for 2015. Public-supply water use was estimated by spatially and temporally downscaling available data from each state. The total represents combined groundwater and surface water withdrawals for 83,178 watersheds. Public supply refers to water withdrawn by public and private water suppliers that provide water for cities, towns, rural water districts, mobile-home parks, Native American Indian reservations, and military bases. Public-supply facilities are classified under the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 4941 and provide water to at least 25 people...
These monthly water-use rasters estimate the total amount of groundwater used for aquaculture and irrigation purposes within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain during the growing season (April-October). This dataset contains 798 monthly water-use rasters for 6 different categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Units are in cubic meters per square mile.
The annual water-use rasters estimate the total amount of groundwater used for aquaculture and irrigation purposes within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain. This dataset contains 19 annual water-use rasters that are totals of 6 different use categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Units are in cubic meters per square mile.
These monthly water-use rasters estimate the total amount of groundwater used for aquaculture and irrigation purposes within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain during the growing season (April-October). This dataset contains 133 monthly water-use rasters that are totals of 6 different categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Units are in cubic meters per square mile. Aquaculture and irrigation water-use estimates are included in this data release in two different formats: georeferenced TIFFs (GeoTIFFs) for simple viewing and geospatial operations and a network common data form (NetCDF) for use in modeling applications and with each month as a separate raster array table.
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These monthly water-use rasters estimate the total amount of groundwater used for aquaculture and irrigation purposes within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain during the growing season (April-October). This dataset contains 133 monthly water-use rasters that are totals of 6 different categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Units are in cubic meters per square mile. Aquaculture and irrigation water-use estimates are included in this data release in two different formats: georeferenced TIFFs (GeoTIFFs) for simple viewing and geospatial operations and a network common data form (NetCDF) for use in modeling applications and with each month as a separate raster array table.
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This data set is a point data layer representing well yield at 7,287 bedrock wells in the Nashoba Terrane in central and eastern Massachusetts. The data were compiled from databases of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and U.S. Geological Survey. The data are described and interpreted in U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5155 by DeSimone and Barbaro (2012).
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The U.S. Geological Survey is developing national water-use models to support water resources management in the United States. Model benefits include a nationally consistent estimation approach, greater temporal and spatial resolution of estimates, efficient and automated updates of results, and capabilities to forecast water use into the future and assess model uncertainty. This data release contains data used in a machine learning model to estimate monthly water use for communities that are supplied by public-supply water systems in the conterminous United States for 2000-2020. This data release also contains associated scripts used to produce input features as well as model output values by 12-digit hydrologic...
Categories: Data; Tags: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, All tags...
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Human factors that influence water availability in the Basin were discovered by reviewing hundreds of published literature items and articles from the literature following an extensive keyword search. The different factors were drawn from reviewing the literature and datasets to support the factor were researched across open data catalogs and the world wide web.
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We evaluated brood-rearing habitat selection and brood survival of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus; hereafter, sage-grouse) in Long Valley, California, an area where the water rights are primarily owned by the city of Los Angeles and water is used locally to irrigate for livestock. This area thus represents a unique balance between the needs of wildlife and people that could increasingly define future water management. In this study, sage-grouse broods moved closer to the edge of mesic areas and used more interior areas during the late brood-rearing period, selecting for greener areas after 1 July. Mesic areas were particularly important during dry years, with broods using areas farther interior than...
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The U.S. Geological Survey Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) was used to assess the effects of changing climate and land disturbance on seasonal streamflow in the Rio Grande Headwaters (RGHW) region. Three applications of PRMS in the RGHW were used to simulate 1) baseline effects of climate (see RGHW-PRMS_baseline_input.zip), 2) effects of bark-beetle induced tree mortality (see RGHW-PRMS_BB_input.zip), and 3) effects of wildfire (see RGHW-PRMS_fire_input.zip), on components of the hydrologic cycle by hydrologic response unit (HRU) and subsequent seasonal streamflow runoff from April through September for water years 1980 through 2017. PRMS input files (control, climate-by-hru, data, parameter, dynamic...
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This data release contains input data and programs (scripts) used to estimate monthly water demand for retail customers of Providence Water, located in Providence, Rhode Island. Explanatory data and model outputs are from July 2014 through June 2021. Models of per capita (for single-family residential customers) or per connection (for multi-family residential, commercial, and industrial customers) water use were developed using multiple linear regression. The dependent variables, provided by Providence Water, are the monthly number of connections and gallons of water delivered to single- and multi-family residential, commercial, and industrial connections. Potential independent variables (from online sources) are...
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Previous work by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) developed models to estimate the amount of water that is withdrawn and consumed by thermoelectric power plants (Diehl and others, 2013; Diehl and Harris, 2014; Harris and Diehl, 2019 [full citations listed in srcinfo of the metadata file]). This data release presents a historical reanalysis of thermoelectric water use from 2008 to 2020 and includes monthly and annual water withdrawal and consumption estimates, thermodynamically plausible ranges of minimum and maximum withdrawal and consumption estimates, and associated information for 1,360 water-using, utility-scale thermoelectric power plants in the United States. The term “reanalysis” refers to the process of...
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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) calculated multiple basin characteristics as part of preparing the Upper Colorado & Gunnison Rivers Pilot StreamStats application. These datasets are raster representations of various environmental, geological, and land use attributes within the Upper Colorado & Gunnison Rivers study area (also known as the Next-Generation Water Observing System, or NGWOS), and will be served in the National StreamStats application (https://streamstats.usgs.gov) to describe delineated watersheds. The StreamStats application provides access to spatial analysis tools that are useful for water-resources planning and management, and for engineering and design purposes. The map-based user interface can...
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This data set contains two sets of measured water-level data collected in an area between the Platte and Elkhorn Rivers just above their confluence. Surface-water and groundwater-level data were collected during the fall of 2016 during synoptic water-level survey completed during a low-groundwater demand period and a summer 2017 synoptic water-level survey completed during a high-groundwater demand period. The elevations of surface-water features were surveyed with a rover receiver using a real-time network, where the rover receiver receives real-time position corrections from a central server through a mobile wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) hotspot linked to the rover receiver. Data collection procedures ensured that...
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These annual water-use rasters estimate the total amount of groundwater used for aquaculture and irrigation purposes within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain. This dataset contains 114 annual water-use rasters for 6 different categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Units are in cubic meters per square mile.
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These monthly water-use rasters estimate the total amount of groundwater used for aquaculture and irrigation purposes within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain during the growing season (April-October). This dataset contains 798 monthly water-use rasters for 6 different categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Units are in cubic meters per square mile.
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This data release documents socioeconomic and water demand indicators for the Mekong River delta region. The Mekong River provides many valuable benefits to the 60 million Southeast Asian residents living in its Basin. Maintaining adequate supplies of water in the Mekong River Basin is vital for food security. However, the Mekong River Basin is increasingly stressed by infrastructure development, growing water demands, and land cover change, in addition to climate change. Freshwater demands and the capacity to respond to changing resource availability were estimated to assess vulnerability to changes in water availability in provinces of the Mekong River delta region along the Cambodia-Vietnam border. Water demands...
This data release contains monthly and annual water-use estimates from the Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Model version 1.0 for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, April 1999 to October 2017. Aquaculture and irrigation estimates contained in this data release are representative of groundwater withdrawal for six different categories: aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops. Contained in this data release are monthly and annual estimates by water-use category and monthly and annual total estimates. Monthly and annual totals are a summation of water use for aquaculture, cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, and all other crops, by month and by year. Also contained in this data release are lands permitted...
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This data release contains well yield and ancillary data for 7,287 bedrock wells used in an analysis of bedrock well yield in the Nashoba Terrane and surrounding area in eastern and central Massachusetts. The data release also contains Geographic Information System (GIS) data layers of lineaments delineated from aerial photographs and digital elevation data for a part of the Nashoba Terrane study area. Ancillary data consist of well depth; bedrock geology, surficial geology, topographic setting, and wetlands at the well location; distance of the well to hydrologic and geologic features; and distance of the well to lineaments. The data were interpreted in U.S. Geological Survey Scientific-Investigations Report 2012-5155,...


map background search result map search result map Bedrock well yield, ancillary data, and lineaments in the Nashoba terrane, central and eastern Massachusetts 2 Well locations Water-levels along the Lower Platte and Lower Elkhorn Rivers, Nebraska, 2016-2017 Model input for Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System simulations in the Rio Grande Headwaters, Colorado, for water years 1980 through 2017 Groundwater-level altitude and groundwater-level change maps developed for the groundwater component of the upper Rio Grande Focus Area Study Annual Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates by Use for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates by Use for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Total monthly water withdrawals for public supply by 12-digit hydrologic unit in the conterminous United States for 2015 Basin Characteristic Layers for the Upper Colorado & Gunnison Rivers Pilot Project for StreamStats 2020 Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Model (AIWUM) Version 1.0 Estimates and Related Datasets for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 (ver. 2.0, April 2021) Annual Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates by Use for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Human Factors of Water Availability in the Delaware River Basin - Recreational and Environmental Sector Data for Regression Models to Estimate Water Use in Providence, Rhode Island, 2014-2021 Selection and Survival of Greater Sage-Grouse Broods in Mesic Areas of Long Valley, California (2003 - 2018) Public supply water use reanalysis for the 2000-2020 period by HUC12, month, and year for the conterminous United States Thermoelectric-power water use reanalysis for the 2008-2020 period by power plant, month, and year for the conterminous United States Socioeconomic and water needs indicators along the Cambodia and Vietnam border, within the Mekong River Delta Selection and Survival of Greater Sage-Grouse Broods in Mesic Areas of Long Valley, California (2003 - 2018) Data for Regression Models to Estimate Water Use in Providence, Rhode Island, 2014-2021 Model input for Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System simulations in the Rio Grande Headwaters, Colorado, for water years 1980 through 2017 2 Well locations Bedrock well yield, ancillary data, and lineaments in the Nashoba terrane, central and eastern Massachusetts Human Factors of Water Availability in the Delaware River Basin - Recreational and Environmental Sector Basin Characteristic Layers for the Upper Colorado & Gunnison Rivers Pilot Project for StreamStats 2020 Socioeconomic and water needs indicators along the Cambodia and Vietnam border, within the Mekong River Delta Groundwater-level altitude and groundwater-level change maps developed for the groundwater component of the upper Rio Grande Focus Area Study Annual Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates by Use for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates by Use for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Model (AIWUM) Version 1.0 Estimates and Related Datasets for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 (ver. 2.0, April 2021) Annual Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates by Use for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Monthly Aquaculture and Irrigation Water-Use Estimates for the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, 1999-2017 Thermoelectric-power water use reanalysis for the 2008-2020 period by power plant, month, and year for the conterminous United States Total monthly water withdrawals for public supply by 12-digit hydrologic unit in the conterminous United States for 2015 Public supply water use reanalysis for the 2000-2020 period by HUC12, month, and year for the conterminous United States