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News Releases: 2013

Chimacum Water Model Looks Into The Future
(09/12/13)
A new computer model of the Chimacum Creek Basin built to simulate “what-if” scenarios for basin groundwater managers indicates that most of the water recharging the groundwater system flows directly out to marine waters....

Little Spokane Basin’s Aquifers Mapped
(08/05/13)
Scientists have sorted out and mapped the aquifers in the Little Spokane River Basin, giving the first detailed picture of the groundwater system, according to a report published by the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with Spokane County.

New Method Monitors Riverbed and Flows to Protect Spawning Salmon
(06/06/13)
SGS scientists took high-tech sensors typically found in devices such as smart phones and embedded them into a new method to monitor riverbed movements that can help protect spawning habitat for endangered salmon. Developed in cooperation with Seattle Public Utilities for the Cedar River, the new method is published in the Journal of Hydrology.

Using the Science of Mount Rainier’s Rivers to Reduce Flood Risk
(03/27/13)
Floodplain managers downstream of Mount Rainier are using information in a report recently published by the U.S. Geological Survey to manage flood risks in their communities.

Geology + Wells + Pumping = Drops in Water Levels in Columbia Plateau
(02/05/13)
Geologic barriers, the intermixing of water between aquifers through wells, and groundwater pumping contribute to the pattern of declines of groundwater levels of the Columbia Plateau.....

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