New Jersey DroughtWatch
Graphs of Recent Water-levels and Monthly Statistics at Climate Response Network Wells
Twenty wells are part of the New Jersey Water Science Center Climate Network. A part of the web page for each well in the network there is a graph of the recent daily water-levels compared to historical monthly water-level statistics. These graphs have been assembled here for ease of comparison. Wells in bedrock or shallow unconfined wells in Northern New Jersey are listed first followed by wells in the unconfined aquifers in the New Jersey Coastal Plain.
The hydrographs below show recent water-level data and available monthly statistics. For most wells this is daily water-level data and monthly percentiles. If daily water-level data is not available then intermittent levels are plotted. For these wells, the green band shows the monthly range of 'normal' water levels.
For wells that do not have a long enough period of record to generate monthly percentiles, bars showing the monthly maximum, minimum, and mean water levels are used.
Northern New Jersey
New Jersey Coastal Plain