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View Resource USGS - Providing Scientific Understanding of the Sagebrush Biome

The USGS is working with many partners to improve understanding of the sagebrush habitat and to provide information needed to manage and restore the ecosystem and the species that depend on them....
View Resource Soil Erosion

Erosion is the wearing down of the surface of the earth due to the action of wind, water and gravity. It is a natural process and shapes the landscape around us. Use of land by man for agriculture,...
View Resource U.S. Geological Survey and the Chesapeake Bay -- The Role of Science in Environmental Restoration

The Chesapeake Bay is the Nation's largest estuary and historically has supported one of the most productive fisheries in the world. The 64,000-square-mile watershed of the bay provides vital habitat...
View Resource Factoring Uncertainty into Restoration Modeling of In-Situ Leach Uranium Mines

Postmining restoration is one of the greatest concerns for uranium in-situ leach (ISL) mining operations. The ISL-affected aquifer needs to be returned to conditions specified in the mining permit...
View Resource Completion of the National Land Cover Database (NLCD) 1992-2001 Land Cover Change Retrofit Product

The Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium has supported the development of two national digital land cover products: the National Land Cover Dataset (NLCD) 1992 and National Land Cover...
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