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Barnegat Bay, NJ Estuarine Shorelines and Rates of Change

This collection contains estuarine shorelines and rates of change for Barnegat and Great Bay, New Jersey.

Breton Island, LA Estuarine Shorelines and Rates of Change

This collection contains estuarine shorelines and rates of change for Breton Island, Louisiana. 

Mapping Radon in Pennsylvania's Groundwater

Radon, a colorless and odorless gas, is commonly found in groundwater in Pennsylvania. This web tool allows interactive display of Pennsylvania Water Science Center measurements of radon in groundwater samples from wells. All data presented here is publicly available and a data download tool is provided that will output all currently-displayed data. 

USGS Upper Klamath Basin Well Mapper

This mapper identifies wells that are monitored in the Upper Klamath Basin Oregon and California by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Oregon Water Resources Department (OWRD), and California Department of Water Resources (CDWR). This web page provides access to current and historic groundwater-level data collected by those agencies, as well as water-level graphs and maps.

USGS Klamath River Basin Water-Quality Mapper

The Klamath River Basin Water-Quality Mapper allows users to explore and access water-quality data from the Klamath River Basin that were collected by the USGS and the Bureau of Reclamation. This web-based application provides access to hundreds of time series datasets and thousands of discrete sample results.

Landsat 4 Overview

Landsat 4 was launched on July 16, 1982, with joint control of the program by NOAA, NASA, and the U.S. Geological Survey. Each federal agency took on a different role.

Landsat 3 Overview

Although only two Landsats were originally anticipated, the program’s principal scientists sought to launch a third satellite for continued coverage because they found a wide variety of applications for the data. There was also interest in advancing the sensors and improving the data.

Landsat 1 Overview

A long string of Earth-observing orbiters began with NASA's Earth Resources Technology Satellite (ERTS). Launched in July 1972, it was the first satellite explicitly designed to study our planet. Three years later, the satellite was renamed Landsat 1. Outlasting its one-year design, Landsat 1 retired in January 1978.

Explore USGS Invasive Species Research

The USGS provides information and tools needed to help solve problems posed by invasive species across the country. Key components of USGS invasive species science include developing novel prevention, forecasting, early detection, decision support, and control tools.

topoBuilder - Custom Topographic Maps On Demand

topoBuilder is a public web application released by the National Geospatial Program that enables users to request customized USGS-style topographic maps, known as an OnDemand Topo, that utilize the best available data from The National Map.

USGS Map Viewer

The USGS Map Viewer provides a general purpose TerriaMap based geospatial data visualization platform where data publishers can assemble catalogs of spatial datasets with a combination of hand curation and federation of online data services.

Hydrologic Imagery Visualization and Information System (HIVIS)

Many USGS water-resource monitoring sites have webcams installed to allow remote visibility of current water and environmental conditions, identify technical issues, verify remote measurements, and gather data for visual analyses. The Hydrologic Imagery Visualization and Information System (HIVIS) provides access to still-frame images and timelapse videos from our active webcams.