Earthquake Hazards Program Data Sources includes the ANSS
Collection of Great Lakes Science Center metadata records that are served on the USGS Science Data Catalog. This folder is linked with the GLSC community on the SDC.
The National Science Foundation Ice Core Facility (NSF-ICF) - formerly the U.S. National Ice Core Laboratory (NICL) - is a facility for storing, curating, and studying meteoric ice cores recovered from glaciated regions of the world. NSF-ICF provides scientists with the capability to conduct examinations and measurements on ice cores, and it preserves the integrity of these ice cores in a long-term repository for current and future investigations.
The U.S. Congress authorized a library for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in 1879. The library was formally established in 1882 with the naming of the first librarian and began with a staff of three and a collection of 1,400 books. Today, the USGS Libraries Program is one of the world's largest Earth and natural science repositories and a resource of national significance used by researchers and the public worldwide.
Collection of metadata records for marquee datasets/data systems of the Core Science Analytics and Synthesis Program.
The USGS Publications Warehouse is a citation clearinghouse provides access to over 120,000 publications written by USGS scientists over the century-plus history of the bureau. Since June 2003, all USGS series publications published after that date are available digitally through the USGS web. Since 2009, all scholarly publications authored by USGS staff including those published outside the USGS (scholarly journals, university presses, etc.) are cataloged with links to original published sources. The USGS Publications Warehouse is managed and operated as part of the USGS Libraries Program. ScienceBase harvests all records nightly from the Publications Warehouse via a web service interface that provides original...
The U.S. Geological Survey’s Wetland and Aquatic Research Center (WARC), formed in 2015, pulls together experts in biology and ecology from around the Southeastern United States and Caribbean. With primary locations in Lafayette, Louisiana, and Gainesville, Florida, WARC scientists pursue relevant and objective research and new approaches and technologies, to build scientific knowledge and provide understanding and tools for wise management and conservation of wetlands and aquatic ecosystems and their associated plant and animal communities throughout the nation and the world, with an emphasis on the Southeast United States, the Caribbean, and the Gulf of Mexico. Beyond the primary centers, research facilities...
The U.S. Geological Survey Denver Library maintains a collection of more than 400,000 photographs taken during geologic studies of the United States and its territories from 1868 to the present. These images provide a visual history of the discovery, development, and sciences of the United States and its Geological Survey. Some photographs have been used in USGS publications, but most have never been published. Currently, this website represents less than 10 percent of the Library's images with approximately 38,000 photographs on-line. Visit http://library.usgs.gov/photo/#/.
This is a collection of public data records intended for distribution in the USGS Science Data Catalog (data.usgs.gov).
This is a catalog of datasets available for processing with the Geo Data Portal.