Advanced Research Computing (ARC)
Training, consulting, and access to high performance computing systems.
Focusing on a landscape-level understanding of terrestrial, aquatic and marine species & ecosystems, through data integration and visualization.
Community for Data Integration (CDI)
A dynamic community of practice working together to grow USGS knowledge and capacity in scientific data and information management and integration.
Geological Materials Repository (GMR)
The GMR is a centralized USGS repository for scientific working collections. It is home to the Core Research Center, NSF Ice Core Facility, and GMR Scientific Working Collections, and provides collections management training and curation services.
John Wesley Powell Center (JWPC) for Analysis and Synthesis
Offering the opportunity for emergent knowledge in Earth system science through collaborative analysis and synthesis.
National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program (NGGDPP)
Preserving and cataloging the Nation’s geoscience collections (samples, logs, maps, data) in ReSciColl for discovery, access and reuse in new research.
Science Analytics and Synthesis (SAS) Program
SAS emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach through application of its tools, expertise, and strategic partnerships to provide the long-term management and public distribution of scientific resources reused by researchers.
Science Data Management (SDM)
SDM leads Bureau-wide science data management by providing and building community around enterprise tools and services that align with the USGS Science Data Lifecycle to ensure scientific data are fully described, preserved, and publicly accessible.
Established in 1879 to build and organize a collection of scientific materials in the earth sciences, the U.S. Geological Survey Library is now one of the largest geosciences libraries in the world.
Science Synthesis, Analysis and Research Program
The Science Synthesis Analysis, and Research (SSAR) Program provides analysis and synthesis of scientific data and information, interdisciplinary research to improve understanding of Earth system changes, and preservation of scientific data and samples and library collections.