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These annual reports provide information on land resources, healthy and productive lands, commercial use and revenues, recreation and leisure activities, natural and cultural heritage preservation, public health and safety, and resource protection.
Access over 140,000 data sets covering a wide variety of topics and catagories.
The Digital Coast provides data required by coastal resource management professionals, as well as the tools, training, and information needed to turn these data into useful information.
This EPA web resource has compiled publications, reports, topics of potential interest, grants, careers and internships that deal with environmental and natural resource economics.
This is a portal of geodata links to vector data, raster data, state and private forestry assessment data, maps, other Forest Service data sets and other resources.
The Geospatial Data Gateway provides One Stop Shopping for natural resources or environmental data at anytime, from anywhere, to anyone.
National Ocean Economics Program (NOEP) provides a full range of the most current economic and socio-economic information available on changes and trends along the U.S. coast and in coastal waters.
A service-wide repository for spatial and non-spatial NPS data and metadata. The Data Store contains documents, natural resource database, GIS data sets, boundary data, cartographic data, and images.
The National Technical Information Service serves as the largest central resource for government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business related information available today. For more than 60 years NTIS has assured businesses, universities, and the public timely access to approximately 3 million publications covering over 350 subject areas.
These pages provide access to water-resources data collected at approximately 1.5 million sites in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
This site is a research portal for individuals looking for statistical and demographic data about American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. All of the data on this site are publically (and digitally) available from their original sources - but this site brings them together in a user-friendly, intuitive manner. It provides a good starting point for research and facilitates access to a large portion of the current data about American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians.
The official national inventory of America's parks and other protected lands published by the USGS Gap Analysis Program. Explore interactive maps, learn about state stewards, download data and reports, and access web services.
The Science Base is intended to be a database of publications, projects, data sets, and tools used by agencies within or partnering with agencies within the Department of the Interior.
This web site presents a well-organized, easily accessible collection of resources related to the societal aspects of weather and weather forecasting.
This website for the U.S. Census Bureau provides a wealth of statistical data in four major categories; People & Households, Business & Industry, Geography, and Households.
The Economic Research Service is a primary source of economic information and research in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The U.S. Geological Survey Science Data Catalog is a point of discovery for publicly released USGS data collected at many different scales ranging national to local. The information is used to describe and understand the Earth, minimize losses from natural disasters, manage natural resources, and enhance quality of human life.
This portal, maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers, provides information in six areas; waterborne commerce, vessel characteristics, port facilities, dredging information, lock characteristics, and lock performance.
Real-time streamflow conditions are highlighted across the nation recorded at 15-60 minute intervals and updated to the website every one to four hours.
This is a collection of GIS and geospatially oriented data stored in the form of databases and applications.
The World Data Center (WDC) system provides access to geophysical and environmental data to all scientists free of charge or for the cost of reproduction. The WDC for Human Interactions in the Environment promotes the development, dissemination, and preservation of high-quality global data sets related to population, sustainability, poverty, health, hazards, conservation, governance, and climate.