The sharing of spatial data across state boundaries was an early focus of SERPPAS. This regional approach to GIS resources and the generation of “seamless” datasets were early requirements for the partnership. The “good map” is a major factor in the calculus to the success of the partnership.
The DoD Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) Program has developed an online mapping application for the use of its Federal, state, local, and NGO partners. The purpose of this online tool is to provide partners with GIS locations of all military installations with completed REPI transactions, along with relevant information and resources for these projects. As a user, you can:
The South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint is a living spatial plan to conserve natural and cultural resources for future generations. It identifies shared conservation priorities across the South Atlantic region.
Blueprint 2.2, released in November 2017, is a totally data-driven plan based on terrestrial, freshwater, marine, and cross-ecosystem indicators. It uses the current condition of those indicators to prioritize the most important areas for natural and cultural resources across the South Atlantic geography. Through a connectivity analysis, the Blueprint also identifies corridors that link coastal and inland areas and span climate gradients. The Blueprint reflects extensive feedback from the broader cooperative community, with more than 500 people from over 150 different organizations actively participating in its development so far.
The SECAS Blueprint stitches together the work of multiple Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) into a map of shared conservation and restoration priorities across the Southeast and Caribbean. Just as a construction blueprint serves as a plan for achieving an architect’s design of a building, our Blueprint serves as a plan for making the SECAS vision a reality. The Blueprint combines multiple datasets, tools, and resources into one cohesive map that can be shared by regional planners, highway departments, developers, businesses, and conservation professionals alike. By providing regional context for local decisions, it will help organizations with different goals find common ground — opportunities to align their efforts to protect fish and wildlife habitat, improve quality of life for people, safeguard life and property, and develop strong economies. As the Blueprint informs the decisions affecting our communities, our livelihoods, and our natural and cultural heritage, it will shape a more sustainable future for our region.
The Critical Lands and Waters Identification Project. CLIP is a GIS database of statewide conservation priorities for a broad range of natural resources, including biodiversity, landscape function, surface water, groundwater, and marine resources.
The Seamless Data Warehouse is the ideal location to explore and retrieve data. U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) are committed to providing access to geospatial data through The National Map.
Welcome to the USGS EROS Hazards Data Distribution System (HDDS). Data access and delivery services are provided by the following interfaces that take into consideration users' network capability. Users are able to obtain full-resolution GeoTIFF images or JPEG images at medium and low quality compressions.
The National Elevation Dataset (NED) is the primary elevation data product of the USGS. The NED is a seamless dataset with the best available raster elevation data of the conterminous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and territorial islands. The NED is updated on a nominal two month cycle to integrate newly available, improved elevation source data. All NED data are public domain.
Light Detection and Ranging Viewer: This lidar point cloud data is provided 'As Is', with varying processing and accuracy. This data is provided for non-mapping applications. Query fields for possible added information. Use point cloud data at your own risk.
The National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) is stored in a geodatabase implementation of the NHD model. This provides great flexibility and efficiency to allow the data to work well in analysis using a geographic information system (GIS).
Managed by the National Geospatial Program (NGP), The National Map Viewer provides data visualization and download of all eight The National Map Data sets and US Topo products.
The goal of Task 4 of the Northern Gulf of Mexico (NGOM) Ecosystem Change and Hazard Susceptibility project is to provide a regional synthesis of present day NGOM coastal ecosystem and human community structure and vulnerability, and forecast the evolution of this landscape over the next century given ongoing natural processes, anthropogenic effects, and alternate redevelopment policies.
The National Digital Orthophoto Programs (NDOP) was chartered in 1993 as a consortium of Federal agencies with the purpose of developing and maintaining national orthoimagery coverage in the public domain by establishing partnerships with Federal, State, local, tribal, and private organizations.
The National Digital Elevation Program (NDEP) was established to promote the exchange of accurate digital land elevation data among government, private, and non-profit sectors and the academic community and to establish standards and guidance that will benefit all users.
Welcome to the US National Grid website at Delta State University: USNG grid datasets are produced by Delta State's Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Information Technologies in partnership with the US Geological Survey under cooperative agreement number 07ERAG0083. The purpose of this website is to share lessons learned, provide educational materials, and promote professional discussion about the application of USNG in emergency and disaster management.
The Florida Division of Emergency Management manages several GIS database services all listed at this site. For more information, contact Richard Butgereit at firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Geospatial Program partnership network cultivates and maintains long-term relationships with partners and develops agreements for The National Map, Geospatial One Stop, National Atlas and other initiatives that advance the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) and support USGS science. Partnerships are the foundation of the National Geospatial Program because they leverage funding across organizations to provide significant cost savings, reduce redundancy in geospatial data acquisition and stewardship, and ensure availability of common base data to a broad range of users and applications.
NC Tool for Environmental, Agricultural and Military Reporting is an online tool that was developed in partnership with the Clean Water Management Trust Fund and the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to assist with conservation of natural and cultural resources, working lands, and areas that buffer military installations from incompatible use. This tool can be used to identify natural and cultural resource characteristics for a given parcel as well identify specific funding sources that may be appropriate for protecting that parcel. Learn more here: