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USGS
September 21, 2018

I-Map Database

Excel spreadsheet listing the many planetary and lunar maps published from 1961 on. Some are available in hardcopy form at no cost to the requestor.

USGS
January 17, 2020

Annex Tutorial 2020

Shows users how to use the Annex apps and how to find data. 

USGS
September 26, 2018

Meteor Crater Drill Cuttings Sampling Protocol

Meteor Crater Drill Cuttings Sampling Protocol

USGS
October 19, 2018

Lava Flow Presentation

Lava Flow Presentation by Laszlo Keszthelyi

TNMCorps Mapping Challenge: City/Town Halls in AZ, NM, & UT 01/23/2020

TNMCorps Mapping Challenge: City/Town Halls in AZ, NM, & UT 01/23/2020

USGS
September 26, 2018

Meteor Crater Sample Request Form

Meteor Crater Sample Request Form

USGS
October 22, 2018

Surface processes recorded by rocks and soils on Meridiani Planum

Surface processes recorded by rocks and soils on Meridiani Planum, Mars: Microscopic Imager observations during Opportunity’s first three extended missions

USGS
September 28, 2018

THE USGS FLYNN CREEK CRATER DRILL CORE COLLECTION

Abstract for Flynn Creek Crater Drill Core Collection.

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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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.

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USGS
March 25, 1996

About 2200 pounds of nontoxic red dye will be dumped into the Colorado River Wednesday (Mar. 27, 1996) as part of a controlled flood experiment in the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, according to hydrologists at the U.S. Geological Survey.

USGS
March 22, 1996

Follow the Colorado River Controlled Flood onthe World Wide Web
 

USGS
March 22, 1996

Call the U.S. Geological Survey scientists listed below for information about the water science aspects of the controlled flood experiment in the Colorado River, Mar. 22-April 7, 1996. Mark Anderson is the key information scientist for the USGS on-site, and other scientists are working on-site and are available on a limited basis. Still others will be in the USGS office in Tucson throughout the ex

USGS
March 21, 1996

It’s spring and some people are busy cleaning house and rearranging the furniture.

Spring cleaning and rearranging of a different kind will take place in the Grand Canyon next week, as the Colorado River scours its bed and rearranges sandbars that have built up in the river’s winding channel.