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Water Resources of New Jersey



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Welcome to the USGS New Jersey Water Science Center Web page. This is your direct link to water-resource information on New Jersey's rivers and streams, groundwater, water quality, and biology. Data collection and interpretive studies are done by the Center to support statewide water-resource infrastructure and management needs and are part of the USGS science strategy to address the water-resource priorities of the Nation and global trends in:

''Ecosystem status and change
''Climate variability and change
''Energy and mineral management
''National hazard risk and assessment
''Environmental risk to human health
''Water use and availability


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NJ Water Sciences

The USGS New Jersey Water Science Center monitors and analyzes surface-water, groundwater, water-quality, and biological parameters throughout the State. Data collection and interpretive studies are done in cooperation with various local, State, or Federal agencies.

Find out about the N.J. surface-water monitoring network

Surface Water

The USGS New Jersey Water Science Center provides real-time water-stage and streamflow data for more than 140 sites across the State. Flood prediction, stream low-flow characteristics, and surface-water-quality are currently being investigated as part of 28 studies.

Groundwater

The USGS New Jersey Water Science Center maintains a long-term water-level-monitoring network. Real-time water-level data are available for 22 of these wells. More than 30 groundwater investigations are underway to evaluate groundwater-supply and groundwater-quality issues.

Water Quality

The USGS New Jersey Water Science Center continuously monitors Water-quality conditions at 42 real-time sites across the State of New Jersey. Groundwater and Surface-water-quality issues are addressed in more than 30 current interpretive studies.

Biology

Interpretive studies based on periodic monitoring address aquatic-life impairments resulting from the impact of hydrologic stresses.

BioData - Aquatic Bioassessment Data for the Nation.

Highlighted Publications

The USGS New Jersey Water Science Center produces publications about water resources.

New Jersey StreamStats: A web application for streamflow statistics and basin characteristics

Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Documentation and hydrologic analysis of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, October 2930, 2012

Publication Type: Scientific Investigations Report

Simulated effects of groundwater withdrawals from aquifers in Ocean County and vicinity, New Jersey

Publication Type: Scientific Investigations Report

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USGS Hazard Preparedness and Support

The USGS' robust monitoring networks provide the the fundamental information needed to accurately predict and characterize hazards, as well as information vital to response and recovery efforts.

Learn more about USGS Hazard Science  in New Jersey


Hurricane Maria - September 2017

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The USGS is tracking the path of Hurricane Maria as it makes its way landfall and where it goes beyond that.

Hurricane Maria

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Hurricane Jose - September 2017

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The USGS is tracking the path of Hurricane Jose as it makes its way landfall and where it goes beyond that.

Hurricane Jose

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Hurricane Irma - September 2017

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The USGS is tracking the path of Hurricane Irma as it makes its way landfall and where it goes beyond that.

Hurricane Irma

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Hurricane Harvey - August 2017

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Before, during, and after Hurricane Harvey affects the United States, the USGS is involved in measuring the height and intensity of coastal storm surge and water levels of inland rivers and streams.

Hurricane Harvey

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Featured Science

Hurricane Sandy: Support and Recovery

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Hurricane Sandy made a variety of impacts along the highly populated northeastern Atlantic seaboard. Scientific information and the development of new tools helps communities recover and become more resilient in the future.

Sandy Science at the USGS

Hurricane Sandy

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