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Map of AK showing probability of change occurrence
December 31, 2018

Map of AK showing probability of change occurrence

Map of Alaska showing probability (%) of change occurrence. Insets show fire boundaries from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Large Fire Database and Landsat 8 imagery (bottom right; 2016) north of Fairbanks, Alaska.

Roof deck picnic table
May 1, 2018

Roof deck

Roof deck

Kevin Gallagher presentation 3DEP
March 30, 2018

Kevin T. Gallagher at MAPPS Executive Summit on US lidar coverage

Kevin T. Gallagher, USGS Associate Director, Core Science Systems, addresses

 Members of the MAPPS Executive Summit on US lidar coverage

Alaska US Topo Map Production Status March 2018
March 20, 2018

Alaska US Topo Map Production Status March 2018

This graphic depicts the status of USGS US Topo map production as of March 20, 2018, showing maps published from 2013 to 2017, and maps planned to be published in fiscal year 2018, under the Alaska Mapping Initiative.

Oil with a taffy-like consistency in a natural seep along a small creek, being poked with a stick to show its gooey nature.
February 19, 2018

Natural oil seep along Tarwater Creek, San Mateo County, California

The natural oil seep in this photo is located in Pescadero Creek County Park, where the Canyon Trail crosses Tarwater Creek. The oil is black, has a taffy-like consistency, and smells like motor oil.

Simulated flooding, Denver, CO
February 9, 2018

Simulated flooding, Denver, CO

A 3D Elevation Program lidar point cloud colored by RGB color from imagery from the National Agriculture Imagery Program and showing simulated flooding (in blue) of an area in Denver, Colorado.

In a pasture a white horse is standing in the foreground, in background is an apparatus that pumps oil from the ground.
February 2, 2018

Oil well pumping unit, Half Moon Bay oil field, California

The Half Moon Bay oil field is one of the oldest oil fields in California and was first developed during the 1880s. Since then, the field has produced an estimated 60,000 barrels of oil from about 19 wells. Most of the old wells have been plugged and abandoned, but this well was reworked in 1980 and produces small volumes of oil from thin sandstone layers of the Miocene

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January 24, 2018

Lesson 3c The National Map Viewer: Adding Data

This lesson shows how to add data to the map view in the National Map Viewer from URLs or files.
 

Lidar point cloud Washington, DC
December 31, 2017

Lidar point cloud Washington, DC

Lidar point cloud Washington, DC

Lidar point cloud over Dulles Airport
December 31, 2017

Lidar point cloud over Dulles Airport

Lidar point cloud over Dulles Airport

DEM of Atchafalaya Basin, LA
December 31, 2017

Image of DEM in Atchafalaya Basin, LA

DEM of Atchafalaya Basin, LA