WDFN Quarterly Newsletter
In January, we released the first edition of our new quarterly newsletter to share with the nation all things water data.
Did you know that we have a quarterly newsletter? Check out our latest edition!
And consider subscribing so you don’t miss any important updates. We only send our newsletter quarterly, so we won’t clog up your inbox. We also send out periodic reminders about WDFN-hosted events. We provide updates on the modernization of USGS water data delivery products, helpful tips on using water data, and other opportunities to #EnGageWithUSGS!
We released our first edition back in January.
Redirecting the Next Generation Monitoring Location Pages
October 14, 2022
During the week of October 17th, many links to legacy real-time pages will be redirected to the Next Generation monitoring location pages. This means that bookmarked links to the legacy real-time pages will be redirected automatically to the NextGen monitoring location pages.
Next Generation Monitoring Location Pages Update
May 6, 2022
Last updated August 12th, 2022 On April 11th, we hosted a public webinar during which we updated our stakeholders on the progress of replacing Legacy real-time pages with Next Generation Monitoring Location Pages.
New Feature - SensorThings API
August 3, 2023
SensorThings coming soon to WDFN. Use the SensorThings API to access national-scale data for quicker application development and the ability to map those results. This API provides users with a flexible way to interconnect data, devices, and application over the Web.
Data Graphs in Water Data for the Nation
June 22, 2023
We have been hard at work designing how to view our water data on graphs in Water Data for the Nation (WDFN). Right now, the primary option is monitoring location pages which have a graph that can look at data over the entire period of record, but this year we’re introducing two additional options to view graphed data!
New Feature - All Graphs
June 6, 2023
We are excited to announce that a new feature is now available to Monitoring Location Pages as part of our modernization efforts. The All Graphs page will show a series of individual graphs of all current sensor data collected at a single location for the last 7 days.