Water Use in Georgia by County for 2005; and Water-Use Trends, 1980-2005 [ More info] Estimated using data obtained from various Federal and State agencies and local sources. Total consumptive water use also was estimated for each county in Georgia for 2005.
Historic Flooding in South Georgia, March 27-April 3, 2009 [ More info] Explains the meteorological and hydrologic conditions that led to widespread flooding in this area.
Methods for estimating magnitude and frequency of floods in rural basins in the southeastern United States: South Carolina [ More info] Flood estimates are needed for the efficient design of bridges, highway embankments, levees, to protect lives and property in flood-prone areas, and to determine flood-insurance rates.
Regional climate change--Science in the Southeast [ More info] Research projects intended to create regional and national data that conform to conditions predicted by general circulation models, so that land and wildlife managers can understand the likely consequences of climatic changes in their areas of study.
Data for giant constrictors - Biological management profiles and an establishment risk assessment for nine large species of pythons, anacondas, and the boa constrictor [ More info] Locations for nine species of large constrictors, from published sources, along with monthly precipitation and average monthly temperature for those locations. Shapefiles for each snake species studied.
Biomarker Benchmarks: Reproductive and Endocrine Biomarkers in Largemouth Bass and Common Carp from United States Waters [ More info] Describes a national reconnaissance study of reproductive health in two species of fish across the US. More than 2,200 common carp and 650 largemouth bass were collected at 119 rivers and streams.
Epic Flooding in Georgia, 2009 [ More info] In September of 2009, flooding in parts of Georgia reached levels expected every 500 years. Specific measurements we made and other facts about these disasters described here should help people prepare for floods here and elsewhere.
Land-cover change research at the U.S. Geological Survey-assessing our nation's dynamic land surface [ More info] Estimates of change in major types of land use and land cover from 1973 to 2000 should help model potential future change as climate, population, public policy, and technology change.
Regional assessments of the Nation's water quality--Improved understanding of stream nutrient sources through enhanced modeling capabilities [ More info] Studies of the sources, transport, and fate of nutrients in the streams of six major regions of the conterminous United States.
Science Goals of the U.S. Department of the Interior Southeast Climate Science Center [ More info] A list of research topics we expect to undertake, with a short statement for each one explaining the rationale and benefit of pursuing that goal.
Alphabetical Index of Topics
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