Water Science for Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia
The following list of projects includes water-resources projects being conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey in the States of Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia.
Potomac Aquifer Study at the Standard Chlorine of Delaware, Inc. Superfund Site, Delaware City, Delaware
Collaborative Research, Water Sustainability and Climate-Category 2: Regional Climate Variability and Patterns of Urban Development—Impacts on the Urban Water Cycle and Nutrient Export
Determination of the Natural Resiliency of Critical Infrastructure in Response to Flooding Events in the Gunpowder, Patapsco, and Patuxent River Watersheds, Maryland, 2014
Long-Term Response Monitoring of Suspended-Sediment Transport Characteristics on the Patapsco River near Ellicott City, Maryland, in Response to the Removal of Simkins Dam, 2010-present
The National Water Quality Assessment Program's (NAWQA) Potomac River Basin and Delmarva Peninsula Study
Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem Project provides integrated science for improved understanding and management of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem. This website features current Chesapeake Bay projects being done from the MD-DE-DC Water Science Center .
Chesapeake Bay River Input Program