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Album caption: Turner emerald mine, 4¾ miles S. 30° W. of Shelby. Sorting loose vein material on washing screens. Nov. 12, 1912. 5x7. Cleveland Co., North Carolina. Index card: Sorting loose vein material on washing screens. Note: This image was scanned from the glass plate negative.
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Album caption: Residual boulders in weathering in basalt beneath 550-feet erosion terrace, cut on Molalla-Oregon City road in the NE1/4 sec. 21, T. 3 S., R. 2 E. Oregon City quadrangle, Clackamas County, Oregon. July 25, 1929.
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We will develop a set of linked models to help predict the effects of climate change on rivers and endangered species. These will include watershed- and reach-scale models to predict streamflow, water temperatures, and other fish habitat metrics under various climatic scenarios for the reaches used by species listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), plus a combined bioenergetics and life-cycle model (to be done by the U.S. Geological Survey [USGS]) to assess the impact of these factors on fish growth, reproduction, and survival. We propose to test the model framework at a site on the Methow River, Washington, to explore additional opportunities for collaboration and model development.
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Album caption: Yellowstone Lake, a birds-eye view, taken from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. View looking south, and shows the high range that separates the waters of the Yellowstone from those of Wind River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. (Panorama with photo numbers 104b - 104d; jwh0104b, jwh0104c, and jwh0104d.) Notes on album caption: None Index card: Yellowstone Lake, a bird's-eye-view, taken from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. View looking south, and shows the high range that separates the waters of the Yellowstone from those of Wind...
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Album caption: Yellowstone Lake, a bird's-eye panoramic view, taken from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. View looking east and northeasterly across the southern arms of the lake and Promontory Point to the distant mountains on the farther side. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. (Panorama with photo nos. 104a, 104c-104d ofr jwh0104a, jwh0104c, jwh0104d.) Notes on album caption: None. Index card: Jackson, W. H. 104b-104c - Yellowstone Lake, a bird's-eye panoramic view, taken from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. View looking east and northeasterly...
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This folder contains data contributed to the National Fish Habitat Partnership (NFHP) Data System by the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP). SARP is a recognized partner of NFHP.
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Album caption: North Fork of American River, California, view 5 miles above Mumford Bar, taken spring of 1912 by T.P. Pendleton, Asst. Topgr., when making profile survey. Handwritten notes on album caption: Colfax quad, Calif. Placer County Index card: North Fork of American River above Mumford Bar. Placer County, California. 1912.
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Album caption: Up Gens de Large River and Valley from Station 12, near mouth of Portage Creek and Camp 28, about 194 miles above mouth of river, looking N. 43 DE. east. Index card: View of Chandalar Valley from near Portage Creek. 1899.
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National burn probability (BP) and fire intensity level (FIL) raster datasets for the United States were generated for the 2012 Fire Program Analysis (FPA) System submissions using a geospatial Fire Simulation (FSim) system developed by the US Forest Serv...
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The data has been updated in January 2013 due to revised submissions from Montana and Wyoming's Buffalo Field Office as described below. This dataset represents the consolidated submissions for locations closed to oil and gas development data from BLM sta...
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This feature class represents the product of merge and dissolve operations in ArcGIS with the inputs being the individually submitted EIS boundary datasets. EIS boundaries were developed by each individual EIS in coordination with the Division of Decisio...
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To illustrate Federal Sub-Surface Mineral Rights for the States of CO, MT, UT, and WY. Created from individual files received by states in May, 2012 for the GRSG National Planning effort. See \GRSG\CEA\GRSG_Analysis\GRSG\rangewide\Data\lands\Subsurface\Su...
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Album caption and index card: Fossils and sedimentary features in stratified rocks of Grand Canyon. Tabular-planar cross-strata in Tapeats Sandstone at Forster Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park. Coconino County, Arizona. n.d. Published as Figure 20-D in U.S. Geological Survye. Professional Paper 669-B. 1969.
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Description of Work Benthos (benthic invertebrate) and plankton (phytoplankton/zooplankton) communities in Wisconsin's four Lake Michigan Areas of Concern (AOCs; Menominee River, Lower Green Bay and Fox River, Sheboygan River, and Milwaukee Estuary) and six non-AOCs will be quantified. The inclusion of non-AOC sites will allow comparison of AOC sites to relatively-unimpacted or less-impacted control sites with natural physical and chemical characteristics that are as close as possible to that of the AOCs. The community data within and between the AOCs and non-AOCs will be analyzed. This project is a cooperative agreement between the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) and the US Geological Survey (USGS)....
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Description of Work USGS will conduct seasonal sampling of benthic invertebrates, zooplankton, prey fish, and their diets to complement the seasonal lower trophic level sampling by EPA. A point of emphasis is describing the vertical distribution of planktivores and their zooplankton prey, to fill a knowledge gap on these predator/prey interactions. These data will provide a more holistic understanding of how invasive-driven, food-web changes could be altering energy available to sport fishes in the Great Lakes and used to build bioenergetics models that can evaluate whether zooplankton dynamics are being driven by limited resources or excessive predation. Understanding the key drivers of zooplankton will provide...
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The USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center (NCCWSC), as part of the work of the Interagency Land Management Adaptation Group (ILMAG), initiated a project in 2013 to develop plans for a searchable, public registry on climate change vulnerability assessments. Member agencies from the USGCRP Adaptation Science Work Group, the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA), and several NGO’s also contributed. Vulnerability assessments are important for identifying resources that are most likely to be affected by climate change and providing insights on why certain resources are vulnerable. Consequently, they provide valuable information for informing climate change adaptation planning. CRAVe allows...
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Imperial Valley, California, Earthquake October 15, 1979. Brawley Fault zone at Keystone Road site 100 (location shown on Plate 1, Professional paper 1254). The cracks in the pavement and in the field on the right follow the trace of the 1975 surface displacement. The dark vegetation just east of the trace formed an abrupt lineament at the fault trace before the earthquake; part of the darkness at the trace is due to low-sun shadowing of the scarp that faces west toward the camera. The fracturing near the crest of the scarp generally forms a single continuous break, although locally, multiple echelon fractures also occur on this fault strand. View is east-southeast. Photo by M.J. Rymer, October 23, 1979. Figure...
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Album caption and index card: Ore from Shaffer vein, Freeland mine, McClelland tunnel level, 35 feet east of Shaffer raise, 1,325 feet below surface. Ankerite (a) and pyrite (p) broken and cemented by dark fine-grained quartz (q) sphalerite (s) seamed by tetrahedrite (t) which is closely associated with dark quartz (q). Summit County, Colorado. Notes: Published as figure LX-F in U.S.Geological Survey. Professional Paper 223. 1950.


map background search result map search result map Evaluating Climate-Induced Runoff and Temperature Change on Stream Habitat Metrics for Endangered or Threatened Fish - BOR Project FY2011 Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership Yellowstone Lake, viewed from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm.  Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Yellowstone Lake, viewed from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. 1871. The Animas River, Bakers Park, near the mouth of Arastra Gulch, looking down toward Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Stereo studies about Mt. Blackmore, M.T. Upper canyon of Middle Creek. Gallatin County, Montana. 1872. Brawley Fault zone, Imperial Valley, California Earthquake. 1979. Ore from Shaffer vein, Freeland mine. Summit County, Colorado. circa 1932. Development of the Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability (CRAVe): A Searchable, Public Online Tool for Understanding Species and Habitat Vulnerability Cooperative Science and Monitoring Initiative (CSMI) - LAKE HURON Benthos & Plankton in Wisconsin's Lake Michigan AOCs View of Mumford Bar, North Fork of American River, Placer County, California. 1912. Turner emerald mine, southwest of Shelby. Cleveland County, North Carolina. 1912. Up Gens de Large River and Valley from Station 12, near mouth of Portage Creek and Camp 28. Chandalar district, Southwestern Alaska region, Alaska. 1899. Residual boulders in weathering in basalt. Clackamas County, Oregon. 1929. Fossils and sedimentary features in stratified rocks of Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. No date. BLM GRSG BER: Burn Probability - High (polygon) BLM GRSG BER: Federal Sub-Surface Mineral Rights (polygon) BLM GRSG BER: Locations Closed to Oil and Gas Development (polygon) BLM GRSG EIS Boundaries - Use For Analysis (polygon) The Animas River, Bakers Park, near the mouth of Arastra Gulch, looking down toward Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Residual boulders in weathering in basalt. Clackamas County, Oregon. 1929. View of Mumford Bar, North Fork of American River, Placer County, California. 1912. Evaluating Climate-Induced Runoff and Temperature Change on Stream Habitat Metrics for Endangered or Threatened Fish - BOR Project FY2011 Yellowstone Lake, viewed from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm.  Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Yellowstone Lake, viewed from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. 1871. Stereo studies about Mt. Blackmore, M.T. Upper canyon of Middle Creek. Gallatin County, Montana. 1872. Brawley Fault zone, Imperial Valley, California Earthquake. 1979. Fossils and sedimentary features in stratified rocks of Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. No date. Cooperative Science and Monitoring Initiative (CSMI) - LAKE HURON Ore from Shaffer vein, Freeland mine. Summit County, Colorado. circa 1932. Benthos & Plankton in Wisconsin's Lake Michigan AOCs Turner emerald mine, southwest of Shelby. Cleveland County, North Carolina. 1912. BLM GRSG BER: Federal Sub-Surface Mineral Rights (polygon) BLM GRSG BER: Locations Closed to Oil and Gas Development (polygon) BLM GRSG EIS Boundaries - Use For Analysis (polygon) Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership BLM GRSG BER: Burn Probability - High (polygon) Up Gens de Large River and Valley from Station 12, near mouth of Portage Creek and Camp 28. Chandalar district, Southwestern Alaska region, Alaska. 1899. Development of the Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability (CRAVe): A Searchable, Public Online Tool for Understanding Species and Habitat Vulnerability