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Archive of the Hydraulic Model used in the Two-Dimensional Simulation of the Chain of Lakes on the Fox River near McHenry, Illinois

Forecasts of flows entering and leaving the Chain of Lakes on the Fox River in northeastern Illinois are critical information to water-resource managers operating the Stratton Dam at McHenry, Illinois. These managers determine the optimal operation of the Stratton Dam at McHenry, Ill., to manage Chain of Lakes pool levels and to help mitigate flooding in the Chain of Lakes system. In 2020, the U.S

National and Global Petroleum Assessment—North Chukchi Basin Province: Assessment Unit Boundaries, Assessment Input Data, and Fact Sheet Data Tables

This data release contains the boundaries of assessment units, assessment input data, and resulting fact sheet data tables for the assessment of undiscovered oil and gas resources in the North Chukchi Basin. The assessment unit is the fundamental unit used in the National and Global Oil and Gas Assessment Project for the assessment of undiscovered oil and gas resources. The assessment unit is defi

Hydroacoustic Data to Support Embayment Monitoring in Long Island Sound, Mystic and Norwalk Embayments, Connecticut, 2023

This data release includes six months of hydroacoustic data collected during the 2023 water year, starting October 1, 2022 and ending April 11, 2023. Data were collected at four stations that are part of a discrete and continuous monitoring project in embayments on Long Island Sound to support nutrient management activities in Connecticut. The data were collected by the U.S. Geological Survey (USG

Model archive summary for turbidity derived suspended-sediment concentration at USGS station 13337099 Clear Creek at Kooskia National Fish Hatchery, Idaho

A suspended sediment surrogate model was developed using turbidity and streamflow for Clear Creek at the Kooskia National Fish Hatchery – USGS site ID# 13337099. The model archive summary describes the methods and techniques used to develop the model. Model limitations and range of conditions in which the model is valid are defined in the Model Archive Summary Report (13337099_MAS.Final.docx).

2018 Embarrass River Microsporidia

During an epidemiologic survey following a mortality event of freshwater mussels in 2018 in the Embarrass River, Wisconsin, USA, we identified a novel microsporidian parasite in the ovary of mucket (Actinonaias ligamentina), plain pocketbook (Lampsilis cardium), and fatmucket (Lampsilis siliquoidea) (Unioinidae). Histopathology showed round-to-oval microsporidial spores in the cytoplasm of oocytes

Drainage network for the Greater Raleigh Area, North Carolina, 2015-2022

As part of a collaborative study with the City of Raleigh, North Carolina, the U.S. Geological Survey developed a drainage network for the Greater Raleigh Area, North Carolina using the most recent available lidar data, representing the years 2015 and 2022. This dataset includes the delineated drainage network ( and rasters representing the breached and filled digital elevatio

Late Holocene and Living Coral Composition of Pompano Ridge, FL

Pompano Ridge is a coral reef located on the southeast Florida nearshore ridge complex, ~500 meters off the coast of northern Broward County in southeast Florida. This data release compiles data collected on the late Holocene and living coral composition of Pompano Ridge. The data are described in detail in Modys and others (in prep). The samples were collected under Scientific Activity Licenses (

Modeled habitat suitability for five rare plants (Aliciella formosa, Sclerocactus cloverae, Townsendia gypsophila, Astragalus ripleyi, and Cymopterus spellenbergii) in New Mexico

This data bundle contains the final outputs from a VisTrails/SAHM workflow to model the potential distribution of 5 rare plants (Aliciella formosa, Sclerocactus cloverae, Townsendia gypsophila, Astragalus ripleyi, and Cymopterus spellenbergii) in northern New Mexico. These models utilized field data of spatially thinned occurrence locations and random background locations or random plus absence lo

Enhanced Terrain Imagery of the Cumberland 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle from Lidar-Derived Elevation Models at 3-Meter Resolution

This imagery dataset consists of 3-meter resolution, lidar-derived imagery of the Cumberland 30 x 60 minute quadrangle in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland. The source data used to construct this imagery consists of 1-meter lidar-derived digital elevation models (DEMs). The lidar source data were compiled from different acquisitions published between 2019 and 2023. The data were processed u

Riverine carbon form and flow data from a temperate forested watershed in Southeast Alaska (2021)

Data from high frequency sampling of multiple carbon forms were collected in a predominately rain-fed watershed in Southeast Alaska during the main run-off season (May-October 2021). The dataset includes dissolved organic carbon, particulate organic carbon, coarse particulate organic carbon, and invertebrate biomass carbon point samples and daily stream flow. The objective of this study was to col

Sea-level rise and high tide flooding inundation probability and depth statistics in Nassau and Duval Counties, Florida

This dataset includes elevation-based probability and depth statistics for estimating inundation under various sea-level rise and high tide flooding scenarios in and around the National Park Service’s Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. These datasets were developed using 1-m digital elevation model (DEM) from 2018 with reduced elevation error in coastal wetlands (McHenry and others, 2023).

Cone Penetration Test data of Paleoliquefaction sites in Washington and Oregon

In many parts of the United States and around the globe, the instrumental earthquake record is insufficient to characterize seismic hazard or constrain potential ground motion intensities from individual sources. This lack of data is particularly acute for the Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) of the U.S. Pacific Northwest, where paleoseismic evidence suggests a long history of large megathrust event