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7.5-minute maps of the conterminous United States, Hawaii, and limited areas of Alaska at 1:24,000 and 1:25,000 scale. Pacific Island maps at 1:20,000, 1:24,000, and 1:25,000 scales. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands at 1:20,000 scale. Culebra, its adjacent islands, and the Island of Vieques at 1:30,000 scale.
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Information from the USGS Flood Inundation Mapping Program: Floods are the leading cause of natural-disaster losses in the United States. More than 75 percent of declared Federal disasters are related to floods, and annual flood losses average almost $8 billion with over 90 fatalities per year. Although the amount of fatalities has declined due to improved early warning systems, economic losses have continued to rise with increased urbanization in flood-hazard areas. The USGS Flood Inundation Mapping (FIM) Program helps communities protect lives and property by providing tools and information to help them understand their local flood risks and make cost-effective mitigation decisions.
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Surficial geologic map of a portion of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument including the Valley of the Ajo and the western flank of the Ajo Mountains. One map sheet at 1:24,000 map scale.
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Map of the alluvial valley of the Mississippi River from the head of St. Francis Basin to the Gulf of Mexico, showing lands subject to overflow, location of levees and trans-alluvial profiles Downloaded from: https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:7h14b0450 Edited (to correct position of panels) and georeferenced by Yvonne Allen (USFWS) to geographic NAD1927 using ArcGIS , 3rd order polynomial and 80 ground control points using lat lon grid. ALBERS PROJECTION
Categories: Data, Map; Types: GeoTIFF; Tags: Lower Mississippi River
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In order to allow for a comparison across years we visually digitized landcover of Poplar Island from a single image per year at a 1:1000 spatial extent with a minimum mapping unit of 300 square meters (no minimum dimensions aside from area). Images used to assign landcover were provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and were captured between July and October of their respective years. All images were 1 foot resolution.
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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Flightline Photo Indexes of Antarctica Topographic Reconnaissance with Shaded Relief 1:250,000 Scale - Basic Contour Interval, 200 Meters Flight line information is approximate up to 200 meters.
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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Flightline Photo Indexes of Antarctica Topographic Reconnaissance with Shaded Relief 1:250,000 Scale - Basic Contour Interval, 200 Meters Flight line information is approximate up to 200 meters.


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