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Bay-Delta Water Quality Survey, 2018 and 2020 Comparison

Delta Survey Data Visualization Contents for 2018 and 2020

Ecological Drought Across the Country

Learn about how the Climate Adaptation Science Centers have been exploring the topic of ecological drought across the country. 

The Fish and Climate Change Database (FiCli)

The Fish and Climate Change Database (FiCli) is a comprehensive resource of climate change effects on inland fishes globally.

2020 Climate Adaptation Science Centers Annual Summary

A geonarrative highlighting the Climate Adaptation Science Center's science, partnerships, and capacity building activities from Fiscal Year 2020.

Mississippi Alluvial Plain: Regional Geophysical Survey

The USGS Mississippi Alluvial Plain (MAP) Regional Water Availability Study began airborne geophysical mapping to obtain high-resolution information about the hydrogeologic structure and properties of the aquifer. This geonarrative showcases the geophysical data collected in this effort and provides a three-dimensional view into the Mississippi Alluvial Plain subsurface. 

Expanding Pacific Exploration and Research: Overview of the EXPRESS research campaign

A multi-agency team is mapping uncharted waters and exploring deep-sea ecosystems off the west coast of the United States.

Oceans cover 71% of the Earth's surface, yet little is known about these vast underwater worlds. Less than 20% have been explored. A global initiative seeks to change that, by pledging to complete detailed mapping of one-hundred percent of the seafloor by the year 2030..

From Snow to Flow (data visualization story)

A majority of the water in the western U.S. comes from snowmelt, but changes in the timing, magnitude, and duration of snowmelt can alter water availability downstream. This data visualization story explores what changing snowmelt means for water in the West, and how new USGS efforts can advance snow science by modeling snowpack and snowmelt dynamics and linking these results to streamflow.

Mercury in Freshwater Fish of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed—Story Map

The US Geological Survey (USGS), working with the partners in the watershed, compiled mercury data for freshwater fishes to understand how mercury concentrations, and risk to consumers, varies across the watershed.

Earthquake Tour of Santa Rosa, California

This geonarrative (Esri Story Map) takes you on a virtual tour of 1906 and 1969 earthquake damage in Santa Rosa, shows examples of buildings that have been retrofitted to protect against future earthquake shaking, and highlights locations where faulting from large earthquakes and slow fault slip (creep) is expressed at the ground surface. 

USGS Fluvial Erosion Hazards (FEH) Primer

This primer highlights methods used in regional and reach-scale assessments of fluvial erosion hazards (FEH)Fluvial erosion includes bed erosion, meaning lowering of the bed of a stream, as well as bank erosion, which refers to the retreat of stream banks that occurs as a stream widens or migrates laterally.