The USGS maintains a variety of webcams across the U.S. These webcams provide valuable research information and data to USGS scientists, the National Weather Service, emergency managers, and area residents to evaluate near, real-time conditions during natural hazard events (most webcams refresh every 5 - 20 minutes).
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Augustine volcano (Homer, AK northeast of the volcano)
Augustine volcano (West side of island)
Cleveland volcano (North of Nikolski village - 45 miles from volcano)
Merced River at Happy Isles near Yosemite (11264500)
Trout Creek at Wesley Chapel (02303348)
Pithlachascotee River near Fivay Junction (02310280)
Live view of Halema´uma´u Overlook Vent from HVO, Kilauea Volcano
Boise River at Glenwood Bridge, ID (13206000)
Irving Park Rd in Wood Dale, IL (05531175)
Kennebec River at Calumet Bridge at Augusta, ME (01049320)
Reynolds Channel at Point Lookout, NY (01310740)
- Mount Jefferson
Air Quality Camera located at Mount Hood, shows Mount Jefferson in the distance.
(Courtesy of U.S. Forest Service)
USGS Headquarters, Reston, VA (Phenology Cam)
This view is of special interest to scientist during the fall (leaf-off) and spring (leaf-on) periods.
Shenandoah National Park (Phenology Cam)
Green River near Auburn (12113000) Webcam 1
Green River near Auburn (12113000) Webcam 2
Mount St. Helens (High Resolution) - U.S. Forest Service
Mount St. Helens (Classic) - U.S. Forest Service
Dust Event Detection Cameras — Desert Southwest USA
Environmental Event-Detection Cameras — Arctic Alaska
- Mount Rainier
Air Quality camera, looking west down the Nisqually River valley, no view of Mount Rainier
(Courtesy of National Park Service)
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