Limited educational materials available from the North Dakota Water Science Center include posters, bookmarks, and teaching packets.
Descriptions of some of the materials can be accessed at http://education.usgs.gov.
North Dakota Water Science Center personnel also may be available to do outreach programs or to make presentations to interested groups.
For further information contact Webmaster or call 701-250-7400.
Whether you drink water from your tap, use electricity or canoe down your local river, chances are you benefit from USGS streamgage information. So what is a streamgage and what does it do for you? This CoreCast episode gives you the inside scoop on your silent superhero.
Lewis and Clark Bookmark
Limited quantities of the bookmark displayed below are available from the
U.S. Geological Survey office in Bismarck, North Dakota. Email bookmark requests
The 10th Anniversary of the 1997 Red River Flood - New Poster
The 1997 flood on the Red River was one of the worst natural disasters in recent history for many people and communities in the Red River of the North Basin. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), one of the principal Federal agencies responsible for the collection and interpretation of water-resources data, works with other Federal, State, local, tribal, and academic entities to ensure that accurate and timely data are available for making decisions regarding public welfare and property during natural disasters and to increase public awareness of the hazards that occur with such disasters.
A History of Flooding in the Red River Basin - New Poster
The Red River of the North Basin has a history of flooding and this poster is designed to increase public awareness of that history and of the factors that contribute to flooding.