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The Hydrologic Instrumentation Facility (HIF) at Stennis Space Center is a unique high-tech facility that provides hydrologic instrumentation support to the U. S. Geological Survey and other federal agencies worldwide. The HIF has the responsibility for warehousing, testing, evaluating, designing, repairing, and calibrating numerous pieces of hydrologic instrumentation, which is used in studying water on the surface, in the soil, and in the atmosphere of the Earth.

NASA Identifier: 96-309-3



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Date Taken:08.26.2009

Date Posted:02.08.2013 21:10

Photo ID:859196

Resolution:2560x2048

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Location:WASHINGTON, D.C., US

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