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USGS Rescued Stations

The following stations have been reactivited after being discontinued due to funding issues. If you have questions about specific stations in the list below, please contact the individual identified for each State. If you have questions about the US Geological Survey National Streamflow Information Program in general please contact Mike Norris (603-226-7847; mnorris@usgs.gov) or Robert Mason (703-648-5305; rrmason@usgs.gov).

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12 Rescued stations operated by the USGS that had been discontinued or converted to stage-only due to reduced funding, now back in operation.



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