The U.S. Geological Survey put on an impressive show for 400+ attendees at their conference designed to connect with users of The National Map.
In response to the need for updated topographic maps, the U.S. Geological Survey has developed a national map series called the US Topo.
Check out a cool new map recently published by the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey.
Cuts proposed would eliminate USGS Partnership funds used to leverage local and state efforts to acquire new geospatial data. Wisconsin has benefited significantly from USGS partnership funds in the past.
The U.S. Geological Survey will release the next generation of digital topographic maps for Wisconsin in the summer of 2010 as part of their new “US Topo” product line.
The Great Lakes Forum brings together federal, state, local, and private-sector representatives to discuss the federal program to improve elevation data throughout the region.
The U.S. Geological Survey is set to make their entire Landsat satellite imagery archive available for free by February 2009.
The longstanding Cooperative Agreement Program aims to improve infrastructure necessary to effectively discover, access, share, manage and use digital geographic data.
A new advisory body will provide advice and recommendations on Federal geospatial policy.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Central Regional Library in Denver, Colorado maintains a collection of over 400,000 photographs taken during geologic studies of the United States and its territories from 1868 to the present.