Ongoing organizational activities in which USGS works directly with other government agencies
National Geospatial Program [ More info] Provides leadership for USGS geospatial coordination, production and service activities.
Ohio District - list of cooperators [ More info] Links to web pages of state, local, and federal agencies supporting water-resources investigations in cooperation with the USGS in Ohio.
On-line data and reports on acid rain, atmospheric deposition, and precipitation chemistry [ More info] Access to map of data collection sites of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network (NADP/NTN) with links to other maps and reports on wet atmospheric deposition (chemicals deposited via rain, sleet and snow).
Partnerships [ More info] Links to partnership agreements of the USGS.
Real-time flood alert system for Puerto Rico [ More info] Web-based analytical facility designed to integrate data relevant to flood emergencies in Puerto Rico.
Science to support the understanding of south Texas surface-water and groundwater resources in a changing landscape [ More info] Short descriptions of the research and monitoring activities we are carrying out to assist state, local, and Federal agencies dealing with water resource issues in the southern part of the state.
South Dakota District - our cooperators [ More info] Links to web sites of cooperators coordinating with the USGS South Dakota District in the collection of water resources data includes federal, state, tribal and local agencies.
The 3D Elevation Program -- Summary of Program Direction [ More info] Strategy to be used to improve elevation data in support of many public concerns addressed by multiple Federal and state agencies.
The Midwest Stream Quality Assessment [ More info] Upcoming interagency study to assess status of ecological conditions, their relationships with contaminants and nutrients, anthropogenic factors affecting these, and develop models that may predict these ecological conditions.
The state of amphibians in the United States [ More info] Evidence leading us to conclude that amphibians are declining, along with explanatory factors in the environment and notes on conservation.
Alphabetical Index of Topics
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