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Description of the community and its mission: Through the Science Support Partnership (SSP) Program, the U.S. Geological Survey partners with the Fish and Wildlife Service to understand and provide the critical science information required to effectively manage our nation’s resources.
The Denver Microbeam Laboratory (DML) provides infrastructure and expertise for basic and advanced microanalytical research carried out by scientists from most Mission Areas of the USGS as well as outside collaborators. The laboratory houses optical microscopes, digital microscopes, scanninging electron microscopes, energy dispersive spectrometers, electron backscattered diffraction, cathodoluminescence, and electron microprobes. The data collected in the Denver Microbeam Lab is used by researchers in the fields of mineralogy, petrology, geologic mapping, hydrology, biology, and environmental science.
The AMMonitor community is a collaboration of remote wildlife monitoring projects whose media data (audio, photos, and video and their metadata) comprise a repository for use in (1) ongoing adaptive management and research of wildlife, and (2) the development of new predictive models, via machine learning, for the automated identification of target species from media. Each collaborating project uses the AMMonitor R package and database structure for pooling data under a unifying framework that meets high quality standards for rich metadata. Each project exists as a child-item of this ScienceBase community, containing metadata about the project itself. These project items contain media folders as children, which...
The National Hydrologic Geospatial Fabric (NHGF or the fabric) is a Water Mission Area (WMA) project focused on developing a web-accessible, middle-tier data system that will provide users access to the best-available geospatial data for hydrologic simulation modeling.
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In January 2020, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) began work on the Interstate 26 (I 26) highway widening project that involves bridge crossings over the French Broad River (FBR) near Asheville, North Carolina. The NCDOT is committed to minimizing environmental impacts resulting from the I 26 widening project and aims to be a steward of the FBR corridor. To be effective environmental stewards, NCDOT needs to know when and where geomorphologic changes are occurring within potentially impacted areas. In June 2019, the U.S Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the NCDOT, began collecting pre-construction bathymetric and topographic data to characterize streambed and streambank morphology...
The Hydro-Terrestrial Earth System Testbed (HyTEST) project will provide standards, protocols, and data content to deliver a community-based computational testbed that will improve our ability to rapidly research, develop, test, and apply models across a variety of scales. In addition, the project will develop a transparent and adaptive governance process. This governance process will define the basis for assessing the performance of modeling applications. The HyTEST computational testbed and its governance processes will help produce a unified enterprise capacity for hydrologic simulation and prediction capacity.
In partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) maintains a collection of data holdings within ScienceBase Catalog.

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