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Maps and atlases
Representation, usually on a flat surface, of a part or whole of the Earth or other parts of the universe. Collections of maps linked digitally or bound together in a book are called atlases.
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Geologic maps (28 items)
Topographic maps (5 items)

Cadastral maps (0 items)
Earthquake activity maps (14 items)
Ground motion maps (14 items)
Seismic hazard maps (14 items)
Shaking maps (seismic) (14 items)
Earthquake epicenter maps (14 items)
Engineering geology maps (2 items)
Geotechnical properties maps (2 items)
Rock mechanics maps (2 items)
Subsurface maps (93 items)
Geophysical maps (30 items)
Land subsidence maps (0 items)
Slope stability maps (2 items)
Aeromagnetic maps (4 items)
Basement maps (8 items)
Depth-to maps (2 items)
Earthquake occurrence maps (14 items)
Geochemical anomaly maps (9 items)
Gravity anomaly maps (5 items)
Hydrologic maps (28 items)
Landslide maps (5 items)
Landslide susceptibility maps (2 items)
Lithologic maps (18 items)
Magnetic anomaly maps (8 items)
Paleotectonic maps (6 items)
Seismic reflection survey maps (2 items)
Species distribution maps (12 items)
Surficial geologic maps (14 items)
Tectonic maps (6 items)
Thickness maps (2 items)
Seismicity maps (7 items)
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Water resources maps and geographic information systems (GIS) information [More info]
Portal for links to United State water resources maps and geographic information systems (GIS) data for the United States for viewing or downloading.
PDF Landslide Hazards in the Seattle, Washington, Area [More info]
Explains how and why landslides occur in this area, and what can be done to forecast and mitigate them.
The sea-floor mapping facility at the U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Field Center, Woods Hole, Massachusetts [More info]
Fact sheet on the sea-floor mapping facility at Woods Hole describing state-of-the-art technology used to produce accurate geologic maps of the sea floor and reporting on its data-acquisition, data-processing, and archiving capabilities.
Bedrock geologic map of Vermont [More info]
At a scale of 1:100,000, this map shows an uncommon level of detail for State geologic maps. Mapped rock units are primarily based on lithology, or rock type, to facilitate derivative studies in multiple disciplines.
Costly landslide events in the United States: map layer description file [More info]
GIS data set from the USGS National Landslides Hazards Program showing major landslide events in the United States and Puerto Rico with metadata. Map layer can be downloaded in shapefile format or SDTS format.
Earthquake Hazards 101 [More info]
Provides links to explanatory materials for the layperson, including information on concepts behind earthquake maps, the use of probability, what the maps mean, how they are made, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Generalized surficial geologic map of the Pueblo 1 degree x 2 degree quadrangle, Colorado. [More info]
Surficial geologic map of the Pueblo quadrangle in Colorado with text and references in PDF format, metadata, and GIS files to download.
Geology of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park and Potomac River Corridor, District of Columbia, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia [More info]
Rocks representing a variety of tectonic and depositional environments outcrop along the canal and towpath and reveal the geologic history of the central Appalachian region from the Mesoproterozoic to Jurassic Period.
Joshua Tree National Park geology: on shaky ground [More info]
Description of earthquake that was felt in Joshua Tree region (1999) and links to earthquake summary, shaded relief map, aerial photos of the rupture zone, shaking intensity maps, damage reports, and seismograph network map.
Lewis and Clark and the U.S. Geological Survey in North Dakota [More info]
Homepage linking the historic journey of Lewis and Clark and the research of the USGS in the same region with links to mapping history, remarkable points on the Missouri River, educational activities, photo gallery, and publications.
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