The DGS has been a data provider for the National Ground-Water Monitoring Network (NGWMN) since 2016. NGWMN is a consortium of state and local agencies and the U.S.
DGS and DEOS are pleased to announce that near real-time groundwater level data from well Oh25-09 have recently been made available on the DEOS web site through the Harbeson, DE-REC station found on the Current Conditions link (http://
During an extreme rainfall event that occurred September 29-30, 2016, more than 12 inches in one day, caused the water table to rise over 5 feet near Harbeson, Delaware. A subsequent 3.6 inch storm on October 8 - 9 caused the water table to rise above land surface and flood the area for nearly 8 hours.
David R. Wunsch, Delaware’s State Geologist and Director of the Delaware Geological Survey, presented a paper titled “Going with the Flow: Federal Funding Facilitates Progress for the U.S. National Ground-Water Monitoring Network” at the National Groundwater Association’s Groundwater Summit on Monday, April 25, in Denver Colorado.