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Topographic maps
Maps depicting the elevation and relief of the land surface or depth of a water body (bathymetry) in an area, usually shown using contour lines. Typically these maps include manmade features and administrative boundaries as well as vegetation and hydrographic features.
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Topographic maps [More info]
General information on topographic maps with links to topographic mapping, USGS topographic maps, digital raster graphics, how to find and order USGS maps, map revision, and map symbols.
Topographic map locator [More info]
Interactive map locator for downloading free USGS topographic maps.
PDF Specification for the U.S. Geological Survey Historical Topographic Map Collection [More info]
What you can expect of the quality, completeness, procedures, content, format, and labeling of one of the most comprehensive historical geographic information resource in the Nation.
Core science systems [More info]
Major compilations of earth and life science data providing broad frameworks for decision making and research.
PDF Scanning and georeferencing historical USGS quadrangles [More info]
We are scanning all scales and all editions of approximately 250,000 topographic maps published by USGS since the inception of the topographic mapping program in 1884. They will be available to the public at no direct cost.
Volunteer Map Data Collection at the USGS [More info]
Describes past, current, planned, and experimental USGS programs and processes to permit citizen volunteers to collect geographic and cartographic data and information for incorporation into the USGS topographic map revision process.
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