Data Analysis Tools include models and other specific data analyses.
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.
Interactive Supplement - When and How Often do Seedings Experience a Wildfire?
Interactive Tableau supplement to the paper “Protecting Restoration Investments from the Cheatgrass-fire Cycle in Sagebrush Steppe.”
Spectral Characteristics Viewer
The Spectral Characteristics Viewer allows users to determine which satellite bands are best suited for research applications.
Mineral Resources Online Spatial Data Access Tool
Interactive maps and downloadable data for regional and global analysis.
Wildland Fire Trends Tool
The Wildland Fire Trends Tool (WFTT) is a data visualization and analysis tool that calculates and displays wildfire trends and patterns for the western U.S. based on user-defined regions of interest, time periods, and ecosystem types. Users can use the tool to easily generate a variety of maps, graphs, and tabular data products that are informative for all levels of expertise.
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.
Landsat Science Team Publications Search
This Landsat Science Team Publications Search tool allows searching the journal articles, book sections, reports, and conference presentations published by Landsat Science team members since 1996. This information is updated quarterly, or as needed.
Pennsylvania Groundwater Watch
Pennsylvania Groundwater Watch provides access to groundwater level data from 108 sites in the USGS Active Groundwater Level Network for Adams, Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, and Pike Counties.
Determining High Groundwater Levels in Massachusetts
A method (commonly referred to as the Frimpter method) was developed in early 1980’s to estimate probable high groundwater levels across Massachusetts. The map and table on the web page linked above provide information on wells in the Massachusetts Observation-Well Network which have been used as index wells.
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.
Geonarrative: Nontidal Network Mapper
The Nontidal Network Mapper geonarrative is a data-driven, interactive narrative that shares the short-term water-year nutrient and suspended-sediment load and trend results for the Chesapeake Bay Program’s non-tidal network (NTN). The mapper provides the primary findings for nitrogen, phosphorus and suspended-sediment trends, and gives the user tools to further examine results.
Metadata Parser (MP) is a metadata validation tool and service that checks your XML, SGML, or TSV (tab-separated values) against the FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata.