Ground Water Level Data: Obwells
Hydrographs, well descriptions and water level data for
each well in the Ground Water Level Observation Well (Obwell) Database.
Tool to describe, quantify and compare watershed health based on five
components: Hydrology, Connectivity, Biology, Geomorphology, and Water
Quality. Within these components are ground water data layers such as well
index, water use permits, potential contaminant sites, superfund sites,
ground water recharge, and karst features.
MGS / MDH / MDA / EQB
County Well Index
(CWI) Online (MGS, MDH)
Interactive map of water-well information such as location, depth and static water
level. It also includes data on Wellhead Protection Areas and Special Well
- Source Water Protection Web
Mapping Application (MDA, MDH)
Basic information about the
drinking water and the probability that they may be
impacted by potential contamination sources. Includes source
water assessments, wellhead protection areas, drinking water supply
management areas and wellhead protection vulnerability.
- Water Availability
Information System (EQB)
Based on current water permit data, the tool helps users understand
water use in a county or region and identify adjacent surface
waters, protected features, impaired waters, and other water uses.
- USGS Ground-Water
Data for Minnesota
The National Water Information System's Minnesota data includes real-time, daily, monthly
and annual statistics for selected wells in addition to manual field water-level measurements for
over 90,000 wells.
Active Water Level Network
Water levels and other
information from wells that have been measured by the USGS or its
cooperators at least once within the past 365 days.
- Minnesota Projects
Locations and short
descriptions of various projects (including groundwater) of the
Minnesota Water Science Center.