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Date published: April 22, 2020

Avian Malaria Warning System

Data for this warning system is a compilation of NOAA NCDC Global Historical Climatology Network data, Dark Sky API 2-week forecast data, and calculated historical annual climatic averages based on the NOAA NCDC data. All data has been statistically adjusted for each individual site location based on collected site data. 

Date published: March 25, 2020

Public-Supply Well Water Quality Results: Inorganic Data and Trends, 1974 - 2014 (California GAMA-PBP)

The GAMA-PBP Public-Supply Well Results data viewer allows the user to visualize and download California water-quality data and trends for1974 - 2014. Groundwater-quality data for 38 inorganic constituents are captured and can be downloaded for individual sites or by grid cell. 

Date published: March 9, 2020

Story Map: Avian Influenza in the United States

This story map explores the role USGS scientists play in understanding the risks presented by avian influenza, and how their work is being used to predict areas of transmission risk.

Date published: March 4, 2020

WaterAlert

The U.S. Geological Survey WaterAlert service sends e-mail or text (SMS) messages when certain parameters, as measured by a USGS real-time data-collection station, exceed user-definable thresholds. The development and maintenance of the WaterAlert system is supported by the USGS and its partners, including numerous federal, state, and local agencies.

Date published: March 4, 2020

NWIS Current Water Data (Real-Time Data)

The USGS provides real-time or near-real-time conditions water data at sites across the Nation. Current data typically are recorded at 15- to 60-minute intervals, stored onsite, and then transmitted to USGS offices every 1 to 4 hours, depending on the data relay technique used. Recording and transmission times may be more frequent during critical events.

Date published: March 4, 2020

USGS Mobile Water Data

The USGS Mobile Water Data site highlights USGS current conditions water data in a mobile-friendly website, allowing users to monitor conditions at a favorite river or stream or locate nearby monitoring locations. All USGS current conditions water data is available.

Date published: February 28, 2020

National Integrated Water Availability Assessments concept map

The USGS National Integrated Water Availability Assessments concept map shows daily estimates of natural water storage (water present on the landscape) for approximately 110,000 regions across the conterminous United States. While the demonstration map is not ready for decision making, it can be used to compare an individual region’s current water storage to its historical storage.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 25, 2020

The Annex of the Cartography and Imaging Sciences Node

The Annex of the PDS Cartography and Imaging Sciences Node (IMG) is a data repository designed to support the public delivery of NASA-funded geospatial data products derived from PDS image data.

Date published: February 21, 2020

Anza Land Use Comparison (1934 - 2005)

Compares Anza Valley, CA land use data within the USGS study boundaries for 5 time periods between 1934 and 2005.

Date published: February 21, 2020

Anza Hydrologic Data

A portal for easy access to USGS data collected during hydrogeologic research projects in Anza Valley, CA

Date published: February 13, 2020

Capturing Long-Term Change Through Repeat Photography - WEB APPLICATION

The National Park Service and US Geological Survey have been repeating historic photographs in southeastern Utah and other areas of the southwest. Repeat photography collections such as this provide a unique long-term perspective on ecosystem dynamics, including shifts in plant communities, soil erosion and deposition, and evolution of stream and wash channels.

Date published: February 13, 2020

Capturing Long-Term Change Through Repeat Photography

The National Park Service and US Geological Survey have been repeating historic photographs in southeastern Utah and other areas of the southwest. Repeat photography collections such as this provide a unique long-term perspective on ecosystem dynamics, including shifts in plant communities, soil erosion and deposition, and evolution of stream and wash channels.