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This map layer portrays the linear federally owned or administered land features (i.e., national parkways, wild and scenic rivers, etc.) of the United States and Puerto Rico. Some features may be administered in conjunction with local governments. The map layer was created by extracting and combining linear federal land features from the 1:1,000,000-scale Roads and Streams files that are part of The National Map. There are no Parkways or Scenic Rivers in Hawaii or in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Types: Citation; Tags: ACOE, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, All tags...
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This map layer includes Global Map data showing waterbodies and wetlands of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The data are a modified version of the National Atlas of the United States 1:1,000,000-Scale Waterbodies and Wetlands of the United States; that data set was created primarily from the Medium-Resolution and High-Resolution National Hydrography Dataset NHDWaterbody feature classes, through feature selection and cartographic generalization based on reference to published small-scale ancillary data sets.
Types: Citation; Tags: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, All tags...
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This map layer includes Global Map data showing cities and towns in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The data are a modified version of the National Atlas of the United States 1:1,000,000-scale cities and towns of the United States; those source data were derived from the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) and the U.S. Census Bureau National Places Gazetteer files. Global Map refers to these locations as Built-up Area (point) and defines them as areas containing a concentration of buildings and other structures (smaller than Built-up Area (face)). National Atlas cities or towns are defined as places with a recorded population, usually with at least one central area that provides...
Types: Citation; Tags: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, All tags...
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The National Land Cover Database 2001 for the Hawaiian mapping zone was produced through a cooperative project conducted by the Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics (MRLC) Consortium. The MRLC Consortium is a partnership of federal agencies (www.mrlc.gov), consisting of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), the National Park Service (NPS), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). One of the primary goals of the project is to generate a current,...
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Partnership - Hawaii Fish Habitat Partnership Anchialine pools represent an inland waterbody type that is widespread but threatened throughout the Hawaiian Islands and is a key habitat type of concern to the Hawaii Fish Habitat Partnership. Anchialine pools, also known as fishponds in Hawaii, are near the coast and are land-locked bodies of water that have connections both to the sea, typically by high tides, as well as to local freshwater. These systems have been used for thousands of years for fish production by Native Hawaiians. The majority of remaining fishpond pools are located on the Kona coast and southern coastlines of the Big Island, the southeast coast of Maui, and on several small and widely separated...
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This EnviroAtlas web service supports research and online mapping activities related to EnviroAtlas (https://www.epa.gov/enviroatlas). The Food, Fuel, and Materials category in this web service includes layers illustrating the ecosystems and natural resources that provide or support the production of food, fuel, or other materials, the need or demand for these items, the impacts associated with their presence and accessibility, and factors that place stress on the natural environment's capability to provide these benefits. EnviroAtlas allows the user to interact with a web-based, easy-to-use, mapping application to view and analyze multiple ecosystem services for the conterminous United States. Additional descriptive...
Types: Citation; Tags: 12-digit HUCs, Agriculture, Air, Alabama, Alaska, All tags...
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Album caption: Geological Survey camp at Kaunene, 5958 feet above sea level, during January 20-February 22. The flag in the tree top behind the house is 160 feet above ground. Frank Medeiros is saddling "Boy." The average temperature here at 6:00 a.m. is between 28 and 20 degrees. 2/22/25. 8:30 a.m. No index card.
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Album caption: The rugged coast of the village of Hookena. Pali Kaholo is the sharp cliff-like feature back from the shoreline and can be seen in about the center of this photograph taken from the Hookena road. This is a very dry area of the South Kona coast. 2.10.24. No index card.
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Album caption: Moving camp from Kauleoli to Keanapaakai on the west slope Mauna Loa. Joe Medeiros and Frank Medeiros and Kauala Simeona at Fujino's store at the trail forks on the Government road. Coffee trees in the background. 1.2.25. 11:30 a.m. No index card.
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Album caption: The Alika lava flow of 1919 north of Kaapuna Camp is more than one half mile wide. At some places it is 2 miles wide. It is 12 miles long and extended to the sea. 5.10.25. 11:00 a.m. No index card.
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Album caption: Snow covered Puu Poliahu and Summit. Puu Hualalai left of center is 25 miles distant. Snow rarely ever falls below 10,000 elevation, but in January 1925 it did cover Hualalai 8251. 11.10.25. Noon. No index card.
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Album caption: Brownie, our mascot from the Parker Ranch camp at Hopuwai on the Keanakolu trail below. Apparently he is looking for wild pigs or sheep. The elevation here is 10,000 feet above sea level. 12.26.26. 5:10 p.m. No index card.
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Album caption: Mauna Loa, elevation 13,680. Humuula Sheep Camp is at the dark grove of eucalyptus trees inn the red circle, elevation 6696. Puu Kalepeamoa at 9393 is the sharp cone in the lower right. 2.20.26. 8:00 a.m. No index card.
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Album caption: The McAllister party approaching Lake Waiau. The object near the north shore of the lake is not a rock formation but apparently a defect in the negative. No index card.
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Album caption: Red Hill, elevation 11,854, as seen from Puu Ala. The terminal moraine in the center has been cut through by a small drain-Kaula Gulch. 12.12.25. 4:30 p.m. No index card.
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These vector contour lines are derived from the 3D Elevation Program using automated and semi-automated processes. They were created to support 1:24,000-scale topographic map products, but are also published in this GIS vector format. Contour intervals are assigned by 7.5-minute quadrangle, so this vector dataset is not visually seamless across quadrangle boundaries. The vector lines have elevation attributes (in feet above mean sea level on NAVD88), but this dataset does not carry line symbols or annotation.
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"USDA has purchased a Enterprise Premium license for this Orthoimagery dataset from DigitalGlobe, Inc. Any government, education, not-for-profit agency and public/individuals not engaged in using the "Product for Commercial Exploitation or Commercial Purposes" can use this licensed data. Use of this product for Commercial Purposes by a person/company/organization for a profit or fee is strictly prohibited. Please refer to the separately attached license from DigitalGlobe, Inc. for additional information. Digital orthoimagery combines the image characteristics of a digital image with the geometric qualities of a map. The primary dynamic digital orthophoto is a 60 centimeter ground resolution, image cast to the customer...


map background search result map search result map EnviroAtlas - Food, Fuel, and Materials Metrics for Conterminous United States Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference in Kiholo Estuary-Fishpond Complex, Hawaii USGS Small-scale Dataset - Global Map: Cities and Towns of the United States 201403 Shapefile USGS 1:1,000,000-Scale Federal Lands of the United States - Parkways and Scenic Rivers 201506 Shapefile USGS Small-scale Dataset - Public Land Survey System of the United States 201011 Shapefile USGS Small-scale Dataset - 1:1,000,000-Scale Congressional Districts of the United States - 113th Congress 201304 FileGDB 10.1 USGS Small-scale Dataset - Global Map: 1:1,000,000-Scale Inland Water Areas of the United States 201406 FileGDB 10.1 NLCD 2001 Percent Developed Imperviousness Hawaii USGS High Resolution State Orthoimagery for the East Side of Hawaii Island: 05QKB730915_200912_0x5000m_CL_1 USGS Topo Map Vector Data (Vector) 49729 Wood Valley, Hawaii 20180208 for 7.5 x 7.5 minute Shapefile USGS NED 1/3 arc-second Contours for Hawaii N, Hawaii 20180211 1 X 1 degree FileGDB 10.1 The rugged coast south of the village of Hookena. Hawaii. 1924. Moving camp from Kauleoli to Keanapaakai on the west slope of Mauana Loa. Hawaii. 1925. Geological Survey camp at Kaunene. Hawaii. 1925. The Alika lava flow of 1919 north of Kaapuna Camp. Hawaii. 1925. Snow covered Puu Poliahu and Summit. Hawaii. 1925. Red Hill, as seen from Puu Ala. Hawaii. 1925. Brownie, our mascot from the Parker Ranch Camp. Hawaii. 1926. Mauna Loa. Humuula Sheep Camp is at the dark grove of eucalyptus trees in the red circle. Hawaii. 1926. The McAllister party approaching Lake Waiau. Hawaii. circa 1925. USGS High Resolution State Orthoimagery for the East Side of Hawaii Island: 05QKB730915_200912_0x5000m_CL_1 USGS Topo Map Vector Data (Vector) 49729 Wood Valley, Hawaii 20180208 for 7.5 x 7.5 minute Shapefile USGS NED 1/3 arc-second Contours for Hawaii N, Hawaii 20180211 1 X 1 degree FileGDB 10.1 Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference in Kiholo Estuary-Fishpond Complex, Hawaii The rugged coast south of the village of Hookena. Hawaii. 1924. Moving camp from Kauleoli to Keanapaakai on the west slope of Mauana Loa. Hawaii. 1925. Geological Survey camp at Kaunene. Hawaii. 1925. The Alika lava flow of 1919 north of Kaapuna Camp. Hawaii. 1925. Snow covered Puu Poliahu and Summit. Hawaii. 1925. Red Hill, as seen from Puu Ala. Hawaii. 1925. Brownie, our mascot from the Parker Ranch Camp. Hawaii. 1926. Mauna Loa. Humuula Sheep Camp is at the dark grove of eucalyptus trees in the red circle. Hawaii. 1926. The McAllister party approaching Lake Waiau. Hawaii. circa 1925. EnviroAtlas - Food, Fuel, and Materials Metrics for Conterminous United States USGS 1:1,000,000-Scale Federal Lands of the United States - Parkways and Scenic Rivers 201506 Shapefile USGS Small-scale Dataset - Global Map: 1:1,000,000-Scale Inland Water Areas of the United States 201406 FileGDB 10.1 USGS Small-scale Dataset - Global Map: Cities and Towns of the United States 201403 Shapefile USGS Small-scale Dataset - Public Land Survey System of the United States 201011 Shapefile USGS Small-scale Dataset - 1:1,000,000-Scale Congressional Districts of the United States - 113th Congress 201304 FileGDB 10.1 NLCD 2001 Percent Developed Imperviousness Hawaii