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A regional assessment of untreated groundwater in the combined Valley and Ridge and Piedmont and Blue Ridge aquifers in the eastern United States is now available from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Water users around the country can now view the past and simulated future of hydrologic processes.
Helpful new information for anyone designing structures over or near water, managing water distribution, or interested in the flow of local streams.
Challenges remain in combining data from multiple organizations
Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative Launches Coastal Wetland Decision Support Tools
USGS now has the new standard for natural gas.
A new USGS report summarizes the primary sources of potash in the United States. Potash is an essential nutrient that, along with phosphorus and nitrogen, is used as fertilizer for growing crops.
Studies on the aquatic food web, tree swallows, and the spread of contaminants take center stage at SETAC 2016.
As part of The National Map transition to cloud hosting, several of the National Map NAIP Orthoimagery Services will be provided under new URLs.
Working together to advance international coordination of Earth observation programs
In partnership with the Federal Advisory Committee on Water Information
Environmental Ratios of Cadmium and Zinc are less Toxic to Aquatic Insects than Expected