Water

No! After the dinosaurs died out, nearly 65 million years passed before people appeared on Earth. However, small mammals (including shrew-sized primates) were alive at the time of the dinosaurs. Many scientists who study dinosaurs (vertebrate...
Mineral elements provide the color in fireworks. Barium produces bright greens; strontium yields deep reds; copper produces blues; and sodium yields yellow. Other colors can be made my mixing elements; strontium and sodium produce brilliant orange;...
USGS DLG files must be translated into DXF before AutoCAD can read the files. Here is one way this can be accomplished: Download a DLG to DXF converter. There are different versions of this program depending on the version of AutoCAD. DLGTODXF -...
Data are offered in both compressed ARC workspaces and compressed SDTS transfer format.  
A digital orthophoto quadrangle (DOQ) is a computer-generated image of an aerial photograph in which displacements caused by terrain relief and camera tilts have been removed. It combines the image characteristics of a photograph with the geometric...
Although both are sea waves, a tsunami and a tidal wave are two different and unrelated phenomenona. A tidal wave is the wave motion of the tides. A tidal wave is a shallow water wave caused by the gravitational interactions between the Sun, Moon, and...
It's a combination of USGS hydrologic digital line graph files and EPA reach files, version 3.0 (RF3). The USGS files are used for spatial accuracy and the EPA files are used for attribute information.  
The oldest dinosaur types are known from rocks in Argentina and Brazil and are about 230 million years old. The most primitive of these types, Eoraptor, was a small meat-eating dinosaur. Because Eoraptor's skeleton shows some advanced skeletal features,...
Forest Visitor Maps are best used to view an entire National Forest. They are great for driving through or planning a trip to the forest, showing recreational sites, campgrounds, public information sites and other attractions in the forest. Wilderness...
Yes. Lamprey and hagfish are both jawless fishes. They are the only living members of the taxonomical class Agnatha (Greek for “no jaws”).