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The North Carolina Water Science Center (NC WSC) presents these audio-only podcasts, to help you understand hydrologic conditions in North Carolina and the role USGS plays in providing water information to you.

USGS CoreCast: Groundwater Awareness Week is March 6-12
From large drawdowns in the Great Plains aquifer to arsenic in some wells in New England, this episode of CoreCast highlights six different USGS groundwater studies all across the United States, including Wake County in North Carolina. (7.68 Mb)


USGS Hydrologic Data Collection Program in North Carolina
USGS North Carolina Data Chief, Jeanne Robbins, provides an overview on hydrologic data collection techniques for North Carolina. (13.39 Mb)

A transcript is available.

Marking the Milestone, The Triangle Area Water Supply Monitoring Project, Twenty years and counting...
USGS North Carolina Water Quality Specialist Mary Georgino discusses The Triangle Area Water Supply Monitoring Project. (5.66 Mb)
A transcript is available.

Hurricane Floyd, and the Floods of 1999
USGS North Carolina Water Science Center Director Jerad Bales discusses Hurricane Floyd and flood impacts on North Carolina in 1999. (10.24 Mb)

A transcript and related resources are available.

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