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The Southwest Region includes California, Nevada, and Arizona. The Regional Office, headquartered in Sacramento, provides Center oversight and support, facilitates internal and external collaborations, and works to further USGS strategic science directions.

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USGS
June 16, 2020

RPIF Inventory

RPIF Inventory.

USGS
September 26, 2018

Meteor Crater Drill Cuttings Sampling Protocol

Meteor Crater Drill Cuttings Sampling Protocol

USGS
October 22, 2018

MER Image Science Foldout

MER Image Science Foldout.

Land-Cover Modeling - Phoenix, Arizona - B1 Scenario

Phoenix, Arizona
2006 to 2050 Land-cover Change
IPCC SRES B1 Scenario

 

The IPCC SRES B1 scenario focuses on environmentally friendly lifestyles and a global cooperation and communication. Impacts on the natural landscape are minimized as efficiencies in food and energy production are accompanied by more compact urban development.

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USGS
September 26, 2018

Meteor Crater Sample Request Form

Meteor Crater Sample Request Form

USGS
October 22, 2018

Evidence from Opportunity's Microscopic Imager for Water on Meridiani

Evidence from Opportunity's Microscopic Imager for Water on Meridiani Planum.

USGS
February 25, 2020

PDS and GIS Tiff v1 PDF

Document regarding Tiff/ GeoTiff's being approved as a PDS4 format.

USGS
September 28, 2018

THE USGS FLYNN CREEK CRATER DRILL CORE COLLECTION

Abstract for Flynn Creek Crater Drill Core Collection.

USGS
October 22, 2018

Textures of the Soils and Rocks at Gusev Crater from Spirit’s MI

Textures of the Soils and Rocks at Gusev Crater from Spirit’s Microscopic Imager.

Image: Sampling in the Grand Canyon High Flow Experiment

Sampling in the Grand Canyon High Flow Experiment

USGS Aquatic Ecologist Ted Kennedy sampling invertebrate and organic drift at Lees Ferry during the November 19, 2012 HFE.

USGS
February 25, 2020

PDS and GIS CSV v2

USGS
October 1, 2018

Report of the IAU Working Group

This report continues the practice where the IAU Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements revises recommendations regarding those topics for the planets, satellites, minor planets, and comets approximately every 3 years. The Working Group has now become a “functional working group” of the IAU, and its membership is open to anyone interested in