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Water Resources of the Caribbean

Welcome to the USGS Caribbean Water Science Center. These pages are your source for water-resource information collected and interpreted by the U.S. Geological Survey in the Caribbean.

 Hydrologic Information and Data

Hydrologic Conditions of Selected Reservoirs in Puerto Rico Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budgets Program: Luquillo Mountains, PR Groundwater Levels at Selected Observation Wells in the South Coast of Puerto Rico Groundwater Quality Monitoring Project Puerto Rico Active Water Level Network
Hydrologic Conditions of Selected Reservoirs in Puerto Rico
Groundwater Levels at Selected Observation Wells in the South Coast of PR
Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budgets Program: Luquillo Mountains, PR
USGS South Florida Coastal Stations (Click on image)
Puerto Rico Active Water Level Network (Click on image)

USGS helps restore public safety in Puerto Rico under harsh conditions

U.S. Geological Survey field crews in Puerto Rico are rapidly repairing the damage wrought by Hurricanes Irma and María, tracking the scope of storm floods, and documenting the new contours of rivers re-sculpted by floodwaters and mountains re-shaped by landslides.

Storm tide sensor installation

José Santiago-Saez, USGS hydrologic technician, flags a high-water mark in Comerio, Puerto Rico, from flooding on the Río de la Plata caused by Hurricane Maria. USGS Photo.

And they are doing it on an island mostly without electrical power, cell phone service, working water systems, supplies of fresh food, or everyday conveniences like ATM machines, under conditions that pose daily challenges at work and at home.

The island has been devastated by two powerful hurricanes: a glancing blow from Category Five Irma, which passed north of the island on Sept. 6, and a direct hit by Category Four María, which crossed the entire island on Sept. 20.

With the help of rotating teams of about 15 USGS volunteers from the mainland, the island’s mostly young crew of 20 hydrologic technicians have rebuilt 15 of the 16 monitoring stations demolished by the hurricanes, replaced or repaired more than 70 of the more than 94 damaged surface water, groundwater, and rainfall stations, identified at least 74 sites where river and stream channels were significantly changed by the storms, and begun collecting high water marks to document the extent of storm-related flooding.  See more

« Puerto Rico Water Watch

Map of real-time streamflow compared to historical streamflow for the day of the year

Current streamflow conditions in Puerto Rico; click to go to a live map.
Map legend showing percentile class groups.

WaterWatch is a USGS website that displays maps, graphs, and tables describing real-time, recent, and past streamflow conditions for the United States. The real-time information generally is updated on an hourly basis. WaterWatch provides streamgage-based maps that show the location of long-term (30 years or more) USGS streamgages; use colors to represent streamflow conditions compared to historical streamflow. Click here for more information

« Recent Newsletters

Newsletter cover, Summer 2016The USGS Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center (CFWSC) Newsletter offers information about recent activities of the CFWSC. The CFWSC has more than 130 scientists, technicians, and support personnel in six offices that collect, interpret, and publish water-resource information for the State and the Nation. Each issue of the newsletter will highlight important hydrologic events and significant scientific projects and achievements by CFWSC staff.


Most recent CFWSC Newsletter: Winter 2017

« Gages Remain Unfunded

warning iconBudget shortfalls at all levels of government continue to cause reductions in the amount of hydrologic data collected by the USGS. Please visit the USGS Threatened and Endangered Stations website to view a map of all threatened, endangered, or recently discontinued stations. Although historic data for these sites will remain accessible through NWISWeb, no new data will be collected by the USGS. For some sites, data collection has been taken over by other agencies and new data may be available through them.

« Educational Resources

Icon representing water La Ciencia del Agua para las Escuelas. Aquí se ofrece información sobre muchos aspectos del agua, desde qué es el agua, en dónde se encuentra, hasta cómo se usa.

Icon representing geology The USGS and Science Education. Online resources, including lessons, data, maps, and more, to support teaching, learning, education (K-12), and university-level inquiry and research.

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« Other Resources

NOTICE: As of August 1, 2013, rainfall and river level data from precipitation and gaging stations for El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua may be accessed through the NOAA HADS website.

 NOAA Climatological Data (Local)

 NOAA Precipitation Data (National)

 FEMA Flood Map Service Center

« Recent Publications

Dam Failure Analysis Publications and other Reports related to Reservoirs

Picture of Toa Vaca reservoir

cover image: Scientific Report 2017-5045 - click to go to the document Scientific Investigations Report 2017-5045

Sanitary Quality of Surface Water During Base-Flow Conditions in the Municipality of Caguas, Puerto Rico, 2014–15: A Comparison With Results From a Similar 1997–99 Study
cover image: Scientific Investigations Map 2016-5142 - click to go to the document Scientific Investigations Report 2016-5142

The effects of forest cover on base flow of streams in the mountainous interior of Puerto Rico, 2010
cover image: Scientific Investigations Map 2016-3368 - click to go to the document Scientific Investigations Map 2016-3368

Sedimentation survey of Lago Caonillas, Utuado, Puerto Rico, September–November 2012
cover image: Sedimentation survey of Lago Lucchetti, Yauco, Puerto Rico, September 2013–May 2014 Scientific Investigations Map 2016-3364

Sedimentation survey of Lago Lucchetti, Yauco, Puerto Rico, September 2013–May 2014
cover image: Dam failure analysis for the Lago El Guineo Dam, Orocovis, Puerto Rico Scientific Investigations Report 2016-5070

Dam failure analysis for the Lago El Guineo Dam, Orocovis, Puerto Rico
cover image: Fact Sheet 2015-3044, 6 p., - click to go to the document Open-File Report 2015-1215

Hydrologic conditions in the South Coast aquifer, Puerto Rico, 2010–15
cover image: Fact Sheet 2015-3044, 6 p., - click to go to the document U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2015-3044, 6 p.,

Source, use, and disposition of freshwater in Puerto Rico, 2010
cover image: Scientific Investigations Map 3219 - click to go to the document Scientific Investigations Map 3219

Sedimentation survey of Lago Loíza, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico, July 2009
cover image: Open-File Report 2014–1117, 35 p., - click to go to the document U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014–1117

Estimated Water Use in Puerto Rico, 2010
cover image: Scientific Investigations Report 2014–5102, 58 p., - click to go to the document Scientific Investigations Report 2014–5102

Hydrogeology and Hydrology of the Punta Cabullones Wetland Area, Ponce, Southern Puerto Rico, 2007–08
cover image: SIR 2011-5057, 20 p., - click to go to the document Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5057

Sedimentation Survey of Lago Cerrillos, Ponce, Puerto Rico, April–May 2008

 View our recent publications.

« Monitoring Tools

USGS WaterAlert WaterAlert: Get notified about events as they happen.
USGS WaterNOW WaterNOW text message: Request stream data from anywhere.
Puerto Rico Drought Watch Drought Watch shows the 7-day average streamflow conditions.

« Map Resources

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« Climate and Land Use Change

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The USGS undertakes scientific research, monitoring, remote sensing, modeling, synthesis, and forecasting to address the effects of climate and land use change on the Nation’s resources.

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Climate change research in Glacier National Park, MT entails many methods of documenting the landscape change, including the decline of the parks namesake glaciers. Repeat photography has become a valuable tool for communicating effects of global warming.

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DOS BOCAS, PR 50059050: Stage=3.01ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE LOIZA BLW LOIZA DAMSITE, PR 50059000: Stage=134.06ft,Floodstage=136ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO LOIZA AT DAMSITE NR TRUJILLO ALTO, PR 50058350: Stage=9.45ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO CANAS AT RIO CANAS, PR 50057000: Stage=4.22ft,Floodstage=18ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,RIO GURABO AT GURABO, PR 50056400: Stage=2.97ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO VALENCIANO NR JUNCOS, PR 50055750: 2018-03-22 12:00,Not ranked,RIO GURABO BLW EL MANGO, PR 50055380: Stage=4.51ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,RIO BAIROA ABV BAIROA, CAGUAS, PR 50055225: Stage=7.86ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO CAGUITAS AT VILLA BLANCA AT CAGUAS, PR 50055000: Stage=4.63ft,Floodstage=16ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE LOIZA AT CAGUAS, PR 50053025: Stage=4.09ft,2018-03-22 11:00,Not ranked,RIO TURABO ABV BORINQUEN, PR 50051800: Stage=7.54ft,Floodstage=14ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE LOIZA AT HWY 183 SAN LORENZO, PR 50051310: Stage=6.70ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO CAYAGUAS AT CERRO GORDO, PR 50050900: Stage=5.37ft,2018-03-22 11:00,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE LOIZA AT QUEBRADA ARENAS, PR 50049620: Stage=3.00ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,QDA. MARGARITA AT CAPARRA INTER. NR GUAYNABO, PR 50049100: Stage=4.04ft,Floodstage=15ft,2018-03-22 11:00,Not ranked,RIO PIEDRAS AT HATO REY, PR 50048680: Stage=315.58ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO LAS CURIAS AT DAMSITE NR RIO PIEDRAS, PR 50048565: Stage=1.11ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,QUEBRADA SANTA CATALINA NEAR GUAYNABO, PR 50047850: Stage=2.53ft,2018-03-22 11:00,Not ranked,RIO DE BAYAMON NR BAYAMON, PR 50047560: Stage=6.51ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO DE BAYAMON BLW LAGO DE CIDRA DAM, PR 50047550: Stage=1322.13ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO DE CIDRA AT DAMSITE NR CIDRA, PR 50047535: Stage=1.31ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO DE BAYAMON AT ARENAS, PR 50046000: Stage=4.73ft,Floodstage=16ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO DE LA PLATA AT HWY 2 NR TOA ALTA, PR 50045010: Stage=9.12ft,Floodstage=16ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO DE LA PLATA BLW LA PLATA DAMSITE, PR 50045000: Stage=167.99ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO LA PLATA AT DAMSITE NR TOA ALTA, PR 50044810: Stage=1.76ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO GUADIANA NR GUADIANA, NARANJITO PR 50043980: Stage=3.04ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,RIO ARROYATA AT BO. NARANJO, PR 50043800: Stage=6.20ft,Floodstage=11ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO DE LA PLATA AT COMERIO, PR 50043197: Stage=3.52ft,2018-03-22 11:00,Not ranked,RIO USABON AT HWY 162 NR BARRANQUITAS, PR 50043000: Stage=10.25ft,Floodstage=20ft,2018-02-15 01:15,Not ranked,RIO DE LA PLATA AT PROYECTO LA PLATA, PR 50039995: Stage=1781.12ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,LAGO CARITE AT SPILLWAY, PR 50039500: Stage=4.99ft,Floodstage=15ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO CIBUCO AT VEGA BAJA, PR 50038320: Stage=3.75ft,Floodstage=13ft,2018-03-05 09:00,Not ranked,RIO CIBUCO BLW COROZAL, PR 50038100: Stage=10.92ft,Floodstage=25ft,2018-03-22 12:00,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE MANATI AT HWY 2 NR MANATI, PR 50035000: Stage=2.06ft,Floodstage=10ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE MANATI AT CIALES, PR 50034000: Stage=4.01ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO BAUTA NR OROCOVIS, PR 50032590: Stage=2410.23ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO DE MATRULLAS AT DAMSITE NR OROCOVIS, PR 50032290: Stage=2901.78ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,LAGO EL GUINEO AT DAMSITE NR VILLALBA, PR 50031200: Stage=1.71ft,Floodstage=10ft,2018-01-26 13:15,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE MANATI NR MOROVIS, PR 50031000: Stage=1.64ft,2018-03-22 11:50,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE MANATI AT HWY 155 NR MOROVIS, PR 50029000: Stage=2.10ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE ARECIBO AT CENTRAL CAMBALACHE, PR 50028400: Stage=4.31ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO TANAMA AT CHARCO HONDO, PR 50028000: Stage=4.48ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO TANAMA NR UTUADO, PR 50027600: 2017-11-24 17:30,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE ARECIBO NR SAN PEDRO, PR 50027100: Stage=293.98ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO DOS BOCAS AT DAMSITE NR UTUADO, PR 50027000: Stage=7.34ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO LIMON ABV LAGO DOS BOCAS, PR 50026140: Stage=817.37ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO CAONILLAS AT DAMSITE NR UTUADO, PR 50026025: Stage=4.46ft,2018-03-22 11:00,Not ranked,RIO CAONILLAS AT PASO PALMA, PR 50025155: Stage=3.30ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,RIO SALIENTE AT COABEY NR JAYUYA, PR 50024950: Stage=6.40ft,Floodstage=14ft,2018-03-21 10:45,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE ARECIBO BLW UTUADO, PR 50023110: Stage=1064.96ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,LAGO VIVI NR UTUADO, PR 50021700: Stage=4.57ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,RIO GRANDE DE ARECIBO ABV UTUADO, PR 50020100: Stage=2414.93ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO GARZAS NR ADJUNTAS, PR 50014800: 2018-03-22 12:02,Not ranked,RIO CAMUY NR BAYANEY, PR 50011200: Stage=5.32ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,RIO GUAJATACA BLW LAGO GUAJATACA, PR 50011180: Stage=0.75ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,CANAL DE AGUADILLA ABV LAGO RAMEY, AGUADILLA PR 50011128: Stage=-0.25ft,2018-03-22 11:30,Not ranked,CANAL MOCA ABV AGUADILLA PLANT, AGUADILLA, PR 50011088: Stage=516.58ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO REGULADOR DE ISABELA NR HWY 112 ISABELA, PR 50011085: Stage=1.98ft,2018-03-22 11:15,Not ranked,CANAL DE MOCA ABV LAGO REGULADOR (E13) ISABELA, PR 50011000: Stage=3.24ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,CANAL DE DERIVACION AT LAGO DE GUAJATACA, PR 50010800: Stage=623.24ft,2018-03-22 11:45,Not ranked,LAGO GUAJATACA AT DAMSITE NR QUEBRADILLAS, PR 50010500: Stage=7.47ft,2018-03-22 12:01,Not ranked,RIO GUAJATACA AT LARES, PR Go to WaterWatch (offsite) for a larger map with additional options