May 23, 2013 10:45 EDT: Update:
The outage of the GOES-13 East satellite that occurred on May 22, 2013 which has kept some USGS Water Data current condition data from being updated is only affecting a few sites presently.
ATTENTION: USGS TO DISCONTINUE
STREAMGAGES DUE TO SEQUESTRATION
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) will discontinue operation of up
to 375 streamgages nationwide due to budget cuts as a result of
sequestration. Additional streamgages may be affected if partners
reduce their funding to support USGS streamgages. The USGS is working
to identify which streamgages will be impacted and will post this
information as it becomes available. Streamgages are used nationwide to
predict and address drought and flood conditions by monitoring water
availability. The USGS and over 850 Federal, State, and local agencies
cooperatively fund the USGS streamgaging network, which consists of
over 8,000 streamgages. When budgets fluctuations occur, the network is
impacted. Specific impacts to the Florida Current Conditions Network
currently are not known.
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Geological Survey with support from Federal, State, and local
cooperators. A list of our current cooperators is available online.
Access to this data is organized around the categories listed to the
The USGS investigates the occurrence, quantity,
quality, distribution, and movement of surface and underground waters
and disseminates the data to the public, State and local governments,
public and private utilities, and other Federal agencies involved with
managing our water resources.