Maps- GIS Data Carousel
USGS is a primary source of geographic information system (GIS) data. Our data and information is presented in spatial and geographic formats, including The National Map, Earth Explorer, GloVIS, LandsatLook, and much more.
With the National Map viewer, you have access to geospatial data and tools, web mapping services, and application services for orthoimagery, elevation, and land cover data.
This links to the IGBST mapping boundary layers related to the teams research and monitoring that is available at this time. Resources include KMZ files, Metadata files, and Shape files.
Mine plants and operations for commodities monitored by the National Minerals Information Center of the USGS. Operations included are those considered active in 2003 and surveyed by the USGS.
Grand Lake Data Viewer - View topographic and bathymetric contour data and simulate Grand Lake inundation areas for selected water-surface elevations.
Funding partners: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Grand River Dam Authority, and Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
Food Storage Regulations in Grizzly Bear Recovery Areas: If you are going to any of the Grizzly Bear Recovery Areas to camp, hunt or hike you may be required to keep your food, garbage and livestock feed in special bear-resistant containers. Once you have chosen your destination, you can find and read these “Food Storage Regulations” by clicking on the links listed on this page developed by IGBC.
305(b) water samples are collected from domestic wells and public supply wells from the 14 major hydrologic basins around the state.
Drought monitoring for Oklahoma.
Map of North Carolina rain gages with National Weather Service precipitation overlays.
Flood Database for Oklahoma - Obtain records of historical flood depth and discharge measurements as well as flood-related news clippings.
Funding partners: Oklahoma Department of Transportation
Delineate custom drainage basins, compute basin characteristics, and estimate streamflow statistics.
Funding partners: Oklahoma Department of Transportation and Oklahoma Water Resources Board
Multiple large scale solar, wind, and geothermal energy development projects are currently proposed across the Mojave and Sonoran deserts of the southwestern U.S., and these development needs are likely to continue or increase into the future. Agencies tasked with managing biological resources must understand the potential impacts in order to select appropriate sites and to mitigate effects.