Groundwater Data

View and download groundwater-level data from the SCDNR groundwater monitoring network.

Overview

Use the data viewer below to view or download groundwater data from the SCDNR groundwater monitoring network. Daily average groundwater levels are provided in feet below land surface and are calculated for each day missing 7 or fewer hourly measurements. Manual measurements in feet below land surface also are available for review and download. In the case of flowing wells, where water levels rise above land surface, negative water-level values indicate water levels are above rather than below land surface. Data downloaded from this site are saved in a CSV file format.

Note: This application works best in modern web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. If you have issues viewing or downloading groundwater data, please contact Josh Williams (williamsjm@dnr.sc.gov).

Selected Well

Well ID

Aquifer

Well Depth

Screen Depth

Elevation

Wells are color-coded by aquifer. View Legend.

Hydrograph

Select a well from the map. --- Getting data...

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Daily Average Water Levels

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Manual Water Levels -

Custom Axis Options

Set custom range values for the X and Y axes of the hydrograph. You can click and drag your cursor on the hydrograph to select a custom date range. Double-click the chart to return to the full period of record.

Date Range (X-Axis)

Value Range (Y-Axis)

Download Data

Daily water level and manual measurement data are downloaded in a CSV format. If 'Selected Period Only' is chosen, the downloaded data will correspond to the dates shown in the Date Range option and X-Axis on the hydrograph.

Disclaimer

Data presented on this web site may have been retrieved partially or entirely from several sources including federal or other state agencies. SCDNR makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, however, the database is a "work in progress" and updates will occur regularly. In no event should the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources or any contributing agencies be liable for any direct or indirect, incidental, or other damages arising from the use of these data. SCDNR does not warrant, guarantee, or make any representations regarding the use, or the results of the use, of the information provided to you by the Department in terms of correctness, accuracy, reliability, timeliness or otherwise. The entire risk as to the results and performance of any information obtained from the SCDNR is entirely assumed by the recipient. SCDNR welcomes suggestions on how to improve our home page and correct errors.