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The USGS Integrated Water Availability Assessments (IWAAs) are designed to be a multi-extent, stakeholder driven, near real-time census and seasonal prediction of water availability for both human and ecological uses at regional and national extents. As part of the IWAAs program, the National Water Availability Assessment (National IWAAS) is intended to provide a periodic interpretive assessment of past, current, and future water demands compared to available supplies of clean water. The assessment will consider many of the factors that can influence the availability of water suitable for human and ecosystem uses including climate variability and change, and socioeconomic drivers such as changes in population, land...
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...
This site is for data releases and information sharing related to the work of the Delaware River Basin (DRB) Integrated Modeling effort conducted within the Water Mission Area (WMA) Integrated Water Prediction (IWP) Program. The results of some of these modeling efforts are also contributing to the DRB base evaluation integrated water availability assessment of the Integrated Water Availability Assessments (IWAAs) Program.   
The Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit program was established in 1935 to enhance graduate education in fisheries and wildlife sciences and to facilitate research between natural resource agencies and universities on topics of mutual concern. Today, there are 40 Cooperative Research Units in 38 states. Each unit is a partnership among the U.S. Geological Survey, State natural resource agency(s), host university(s), and the Wildlife Management Institute. Staffed by U.S. Geological Survey research scientists, Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units conduct research on renewable natural resource questions, direct the education of graduate students, provide technical assistance and consultation on natural...
Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Alaska Science Center (ASC), headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska. At the ASC, all of the USGS Mission Area Programs are managed collectively with a vision to achieving an integrated landscape level understanding of the highly diverse and complex Alaskan and Arctic Ecosystems. The mission of the Alaska Science Center is to provide objective and timely data, information, and research findings about the earth and its flora and fauna to Federal, State, and local resource managers and the public to support sound decisions regarding natural resources, natural hazards, and ecosystems in Alaska and circumpolar regions.
These resources are a collection of formally released datasets and data products created or managed by the U.S. Geological Survey. The collection provides access to data and services to facilitate public data sharing, as well as to help establish linkages to associated publications and projects both within and outside of the bureau. For more information about the process of completing a USGS data release, please visit

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