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Landsat 2 Storymap

After launch in 1975, Landsat 2 began to collect remote sensing data. Outliving its one-year design, Landsat 2 achieved seven years of operation. With two Landsats in orbit, scientists gleaned additional views of the planet.

Landsat 2 Overview

After launch in 1975, Landsat 2 began to collect remote sensing data. Outliving its one-year design, Landsat 2 achieved seven years of operation. With two Landsats in orbit, scientists gleaned additional views of the planet.

CRSSP Imagery-Derived Requirements (CIDR) Entry Tool

The CRSSP Imagery-Derived Requirements (CIDR) Entry Tool allows the entry of imagery requirements, review existing requirements, or explore potential data partnerships. 

Pennsylvania Drought Condition Monitoring

The Pennsylvania Drought Condition Monitoring Application shows the current drought status for each county and hydrologic conditions for precipitation, streamflow, groundwater levels, and Palmer Drought-Severity Index used by PA DEP for drought monitoring.

GBIF-US

Species observations for the United States and Territories

Landsat: Launching into a New Year

This year was huge for the Landsat Program. Here are three major Landsat events from 2021. Use the map to explore the stories we've shared with you this year.

Geonarrative: Coastal Resilience Initiative

The Coastal Resilience Initiative geonarrative is a data-driven, interactive narrative that shares information about the USGS-led Coastal Resilience Initiative while allowing viewers to explore past and ongoing work and access coastal science tools. The Initiative's mission is to provide information to protect lives, property, resources, and the economic well-being of coastal communities in the North Atlantic-Appalachian Region.

Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units 2020 Year in Review

The Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units program (CRU program) is a unique cooperative partnership among State fish and wildlife agencies, universities, the Wildlife Management Institute, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This geonarrative highlights the activities and accomplishments of the program and its cooperators for calendar year 2020.

3DEP 1-meter DEM Availability Application

This is a dynamic map showing 3DEP 1-meter DEM availability for the United States and its Territories. 

3DEP Lidar Availability Application

An interactive map showing 3DEP lidar availability by quality level. (Elevation source data index - Lidar, Ifsar, DEM availability)

 

California Wildfires

Wildfires pose significant threat in an increasingly arid California landscape, threatening life, property, and air quality, and having long-term impacts on the state's water. Knowing the location and extent of wildfire events that effect California may help scientists and resource managers predict and manage potential impacts burns may have upon water quality, availability and movement.

Chronic Wasting Disease Map

Reported distribution of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in North America.