Fact Sheet 2014–3003
Continuous real-time information on streams, lakes, and groundwater is an important Kansas resource that can safeguard lives and property, and ensure adequate water resources for a healthy State economy. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) operates approximately 230 water-monitoring stations at Kansas streams, lakes, and groundwater sites. Most of these stations are funded cooperatively in partnerships with local, tribal, State, or other Federal agencies. The USGS real-time water-monitoring network provides long-term, accurate, and objective information that meets the needs of many customers. Whether the customer is a water-management or water-quality agency, an emergency planner, a power or navigational official, a farmer, a canoeist, or a fisherman, all can benefit from the continuous real-time water information gathered by the USGS.
First posted March 21, 2014
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Loving, B.L., Putnam, J.E., and Turk, D.M., 2014, Continuous real-time water information—An important Kansas resource: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2014–3003, 4 p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/fs20143003.
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