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Data Access Tools

Data Access Tools include APIs and search and query forms. 

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Mineral Resources Online Spatial Data Access Tool

Interactive maps and downloadable data for regional and global analysis.

EarthExplorer

The EarthExplorer (EE) user interface is an online search, discovery, and ordering tool developed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). EE supports the searching of satellite, aircraft, and other remote sensing inventories through interactive and textual-based query capabilities. 

DOTABLES

DOTABLES is an online program that generates tables of dissolved oxygen solubility values and (or) salinity correction factors over a range of user-specified values for water temperature, barometric pressure, and salinity or specific conductance.

Download Data & Maps from The National Map

The National Map Downloader is the primary search and download application for USGS topographic maps and base-layer GIS data.

The National Map Viewer

Use The National Map Viewer to explore GIS data, see availability of USGS topographic maps, and create your own web map.

Cascadia Subduction Zone Database

A compilation of published datasets relevant to Cascadia subduction zone earthquake hazards and tectonics.

Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) Data

Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) is used to identify subsurface conditions in the upper 100 ft of the subsurface.

Earthquake Scenarios

A scenario represents one realization of a potential future earthquake by assuming a particular magnitude, location, and fault-rupture geometry and estimating shaking using a variety of strategies.

Generate a SLAB Model

This web application is used for generating a 3D slab model following the procedure of Hayes et al., 2018.

Explore and Request Data from the BBL

Explore bird banders’ data and learn how many birds have been banded and encountered since 1960. Banding and encounter data are available for request for research purposes. Discover specific banding and encounter data, the number of birds banded per species group, or learn about the lab’s species longevity records.

SLAB2.0 Interactive Map

Subduction zones are home to the most seismically active faults on the planet. The shallow megathrust interface of subduction zones host our largest earthquakes, and are the only faults capable of M9+ ruptures.