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This Trail Planning Toolkit was developed by Russell Clark, a project manager for the National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program. The idea for the toolkit developed when Russell Clark, coordinating three multi-county trail planning projects and 10 workshops in fewer than three months, needed a consistent process for collaborating with multiple partners and gathering large amounts of information from community members and trail user groups.
The USGS has released v2.3 of the National Produced Waters Geochemical Database and Map Viewer. During hydrocarbon production, water is typically co-produced from the geologic formations producing oil and gas.
This is a collection of GIS and geospatially oriented data stored in the form of databases and applications.
The Energy Resources Program of the US Geological Survey is home to current energy studies, projects, maps, and data archive. The Energy Resource Program is part of the US Geological Survey Energy and Minerals Mission Area conducting research and assessments on mineral and energy resources and their economic and environmental effects of extraction and use.
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.
The mountain portal is an interactive web platform provided by the Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment of Future Earth and developed by Map of Life. Users can explore and download growing lists of mountain ranges and expected species. Data can then be used for a multitude of projects.
This research explores the effect of access to harvest location on hunters' harvest success, specifically in moose harvest locations in Interior Alaska.
View thematic regional maps or layered interactive maps to explore demographic trends in the United States
This study uses social impact assessment and geographic information system (GIS) technology to collect and analyze socioeconomic data from commercial fishermen to develop the Tortugas Ecological Reserve within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Census 2000 Mapping is an ArcIMS site that allows users to access and query an extended set of 2000 Census variables by geographies such as blocks in Coastal Zone Areas, Block Group, Places, Zip Code Tabulation Area, Voting Districts, Counties, States, and Watersheds through an interactive map.