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Concentration data for 12 elements of concern in surface water of three hydrologic basins (Delaware River, Illinois River and Upper Colorado River) – A data visualization tool

This data visualization and exploration tool was designed as part of the USGS WMA Proxies Project. It provides surface water concentration data associated with 12 elements of concern (Al, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, Mn, Pb, Se, U, Zn) in a geospatial framework spanning three hydrologic basins (Delaware River, Illinois River, and the Upper Colorado River).

 

Tagged Animal Movement (TAME)

The Tagged Animal Movement Explorer (TAME) is an interactive data visualization tool for exploring spatial and temporal patterns of animal movements.

2015-2022 Cooperative Research Units Program Year in Review Collection

Collection of Cooperative Research Units Program (USGS Ecosystems Mission Area) year in review reports and abstracts. We provide graduate education in fisheries and wildlife sciences and partner with natural resource agencies and universities on topics of mutual concern. Today, there are 42 Units in 40 States, with a national program office in Reston, Virginia.

USGS Science in the American Territories

The United States is more than just the fifty states and the District of Columbia. Five permanently inhabited territories in the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea are overseen by the U.S. and are home to more than 4 million people, many of whom are American citizens.

Geonarrative: Water-Use Data-Gap Analysis

This water-use data-gap analysis analyzed the differences between the current state of the Nation's water-use data and the data needed to achieve the long-term goals of the USGS Water Availability and Use Science Program.

Environmental Health Program at the U.S. Geological Survey

One Health science to address high priority issues related to human and wildlife exposures to environmental contaminants and pathogens

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, Tribal Engagement

We prioritize equity and inclusion at all levels of the organization and aspire to create and maintain a collaborative, flexible, and fair culture. Leave no one behind: every person is unique and has unique contributions.

Natural Gas Compositional Analyses Dataset of Gases from United States Wells - Viewer

The purpose of this database is to provide a publicly available and spatially referenced national dataset of natural gas geochemistry.

USGS Gulf Coast Source Rock Database (GCSRD)

The database is designed to be a convenient resource for any member of the public to easily access source rock data from across the Gulf Coast region, circumventing the need for extensive, time-consuming literature searches.

United States Documented Unplugged Orphaned Oil and Gas Well (DOW) Dataset Viewer

The dataset was created to provide documented orphaned well data to decision makers, as well as researchers, and other interested parties in a publicly available online format.

Land Product Characterization System

The Land Product Characterization System (LPCS) has the capability to trend system characterizations for various sensors, providing users the ability to do comparative analysis of satellite data and products. This resource has been developed and is managed by the USGS Requirements, Capabilities and Analysis for Earth Observation (RCA-EO) team.

Amphibian and Reptile Species Distribution Explorer

The Amphibian and Reptile Species Distribution Explorer provides information about herptile distributions and species richness in an easy-to-understand and accessible format for scientists and natural resource managers, interested landowners, citizen scientists, and anyone interested in amphibians and reptiles.