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March 26, 2014 Mark Anderson and Janet Carter Public Invitation: Western South Dakota Water Conference with Keynote Lectures
 
August 6, 2012 Heidi Koontz and Kathy Neitzert Unmanned flights will monitor bank erosion on the Lower Brule Reservation
 
May 30, 2012 Mark Anderson and Heidi Koontz How High Was the Water?: Flood Markers in Rapid City Vicinity Highlight '72 Flood
Photograph of flood marker
April 4, 2012 Janet Carter and Mark Anderson Media Advisory: Public Invitation: Learn About Your State Water Resources
 
April 3, 2012 Ryan Thompson and Dan Driscoll Web-Based Stream Statistics Available for South Dakota
 
February 13, 2012 Andrew Long and Marisa Lubeck Arsenic Concentrations High in Wind Cave Water Bodies
 
October 5, 2011 Dan Driscoll and Marisa Lubeck Numerous Large Floods Identified Throughout Black Hills History
 
August 17, 2011 Kathy Neitzert and Marisa Lubeck Unmanned Flights Will Monitor Bank Erosion on the Lower Brule Reservation
 
June 23, 2011 Joyce Williamson and Marisa Lubeck High Tributary Flows Due to Heavy Rain Near Pierre
 
June 10, 2011 Joyce Williamson and Jennifer LaVista Track Flood Waters Near Sioux Citypdf  
May 25, 2011 Joyce Williamson and Joel Petersen New Record Streamflow for Little Missouri River at Camp Crookpdf  
April 6, 2011 Janet Carter and Mark Anderson Public Invitation: Learn About Your State Water Resources  
March 25, 2011 Joyce Williamson and Mark Anderson Near-Record Record River Levels in Eastern South Dakotapdf Photo of James River flooding
March 22, 2011 Joyce Williamson and Mark Anderson New Record Streamflow for Moreau River near Whitehorse pdf  
March 17, 2011 Joyce Williamson and Mark Anderson Track Spring Flooding in South Dakota pdf  
February 9, 2011 Dan Driscoll and Mark Anderson High Flood Potential for Eastern and Northeastern Black Hills--Severe floods of the past shed light on future risks in South Dakotapdf Photo gallery
August 29, 2010 Mark Anderson and Joyce Williamson USGS Crews Measure Record Flooding near Flandreau, South Dakotapdf  
August 4, 2010 Mark Anderson and Michael Burr USGS Crews Measure Record Flooding in South Dakotapdf  
June 15, 2010 Robert Holmes and Kara Capelli USGS Science Helps Disaster-Struck Communities Understand Flash Flooding  
May 17, 2010 Robert Mason and Kara Capelli Instant Information about Water Conditions: Ask the River to Text You a WaterAlert  
March 31, 2010 Joyce Williamson and Janet Carter New Record Stage Set for James River near Stratfordpdf  
March 24, 2010 Joyce Williamson and Dan Driscoll Near Record Stages Continue on James Riverpdf  
March 19, 2010 Joyce Williamson and Mark Anderson South Dakota Flood Watch Web Page Availablepdf  
March 17, 2010 Joyce Williamson and Mark Anderson James River near Mitchell Approaching Peak of Record Stagepdf  
January 25, 2010 Ryan Thompson and Mark Anderson South Dakota First State to See Watersheds through New Google Earth Toolpdf  
December 1, 2009 Larry D. Putnam and Mark T. Anderson New Groundwater Tool to Help Plan Black Hills Water Supplypdf  
April 6, 2009 Janet M. Carter and Mark T. Anderson Western South Dakota Hydrology Conference April 23 at Civic Center in Rapid Citypdf Photo of keynote speaker
February 24, 2009 Larry D. Putnam and Mark T. Anderson Septic Systems Can Affect Ground-Water Quality in Rapid City Areapdf  

February 2, 2009

Janet M. Carter and Mark T. Anderson

South Dakota Uses 500 Million Gallons of Water a Daypdf

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December 5, 2008

Greg Delzer and Jennifer LaVista

Man-Made Chemicals Found in Drinking Water at Low Levels

 
October 20, 2008 Darin W. Larson and Dianne Gropper Michael Burr receives Superior Service Award of the Department of Interior pdf Photo
October 20, 2008 Janet M. Carter and Mark T. Anderson Secretary of the Interior honors local USGS scientist pdf Photo

April 1, 2008

Janet M. Carter and Mark T. Anderson

Western South Dakota Hydrology Conference April 17 at Civic Center in Rapid Citypdf

 
February 11, 2008 Janet M. Carter and Mark T. Anderson USGS reprints Black Hills water resources atlas Report cover
October 19, 2007 Larry D. Putnam and Andrew J. Long USGS discovers rapid ground-water flow from Spring Creek toward Rapid Citypdf Photo gallery

Please contact Mark T. Anderson at 605-394-3220 if you need additional information.

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