Category Archives: Menlo Park Library

Collaborative Digitization in the USGS Libraries

The USGS Libraries have joined the collaboration between USGS Human Resources and Chantilly High School‘s Secondary Transition to Employment Program (STEP), which transitions special needs students to workplace environments and teaches them professional skills. ┬áIn the Libraries, three student interns … Continue reading

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USGS Libraries Contribute to the Biodiversity Heritage Library

The USGS Libraries Program has joined the Biodiversity Heritage Library, a consortium of natural history and botanical libraries that cooperate to digitize and make accessible the legacy literature of biodiversity held in their collections. USGS Libraries have collections that can … Continue reading

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USGS Publishes Afghanistan Research

USGS projects in Afghanistan have produced a substantial number of publications, maps, and other documents. Extensive research by the U.S. Geological Survey, the Afghan Geological Survey, and the Department of Defense has yielded volumes of information about areas of high … Continue reading

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Menlo Park Aerial Photography Collection

The aerial photography collection is a section of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Menlo Park Library on the foyer level of the McKelvey Building (15). About 255 square feet of space is allocated for storing approximately 300,000 aerial photos, mostly … Continue reading

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Menlo Park Library

Welcome to the USGS Library in Menlo Park, California. This library collects, organizes, maintains, and disseminates earth and natural science data and information for USGS researchers, our partners, and the public. We provide data and information to help researchers find … Continue reading

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