A new, experimental application for viewing groundwater levels with historical context and for generating site-level reports.
USGS is improving the way that sample data are stored and served to the public. These changes will affect our back-end data management systems, web services, application programming interfaces (APIs), computational tools, and user interfaces for accessing data.
Feature used for better dashboard and device integration, real-time data access (less than 120 days old), and location metadata.
A look into the different data graphs available in WDFN
Feature to see a series of graphs of all current sensor data collected at a single location for the last 7 days is available now.
Feature used to search and sift through data by locations and data types is coming soon.
Graphing data for 5 locations on a single graph now available on WDFN
A look into the current and coming soon features available in WDFN
Our Next Generation Monitoring Location Pages continue to receive updates based on our priorities and your feedback. Key features in this update include improved controls of the hydrograph and increasing the amount of at-a-glance information.
Was our launch successful? What’s next?
During the week of October 17th, many links to legacy real-time pages will be redirected to the NextGen monitoring location pages. Legacy pages will be decommissioned in July 2023.
USGS Water Mission Area 2022 Supervisory Cluster Hires