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Water Resources of the Caribbean

Welcome to the USGS Caribbean Water Science Center. These pages are your source for water-resource information collected and interpreted by the U.S. Geological Survey in the Caribbean.


Hydrologic Conditions of Selected Reservoirs in Puerto Rico


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Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago Loiza at Damsite (50059000) Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago La Plata at Damsite (50045000) Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago Toa Vaca at Damsite (50111210) Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago Cerrillos at Damsite (50113950)
Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago Loíza at Damsite (50059000)
Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago La Plata at Damsite (50045000)
Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago Toa Vaca at Damsite (50111210)
Reservoir water surface elevation at Lago Cerrillos at Damsite (50113950)

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Current streamflow conditions in Puerto Rico; click to go to a live map.
Map legend showing percentile class groups.


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Icon representing water La Ciencia del Agua para las Escuelas. Aquí se ofrece información sobre muchos aspectos del agua, desde qué es el agua, en dónde se encuentra, hasta cómo se usa.
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USGS WaterAlert WaterAlert: Get notified about events as they happen.
USGS WaterNOW WaterNOW text message: Request stream data from anywhere.
Earthquakes near Puerto Rico Earthquakes near Puerto Rico: Retrieves data every 5 mins.
Real Time Flood Alert System (RTFAS) RTFAS: Provides information from USGS, NWS, and AEMEAD.
Puerto Rico Drought Watch Drought Watch shows the 7-day average streamflow conditions.
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program Earthquake Program: Monitors and reports earthquakes.

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NOTICE: As of August 1, 2013, rainfall and river level data from precipitation and gaging stations for El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua may be accessed through the NOAA HADS website.

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Groundwater Quality Monitoring Project

Groundwater discharge to an irrigation pond

Groundwater discharge to an irrigation pond.

Gaining understanding of the potential groundwater quality trends could significantly influence future environmental policies and management strategies related to its use. Previous studies indicate increasing trends of dissolved solids concentrations in groundwater from areas of the NCLAS and the South Coast aquifer. Aquifer overdraft can cause the thinning of the freshwater lens and consequently saline-water encroachment and degradation of groundwater quality.

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« Caribbean Monitoring Networks


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