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Lesson 10d1: Importing Data into LP360

United States Geological Survey

LP360 is a family of tools for visualizing, manipulating and editing point cloud data and are offered both as an extension for ArcGIS, and as a

6/6/2019

Lesson 10c1: Importing Data into Global Mapper

United States Geological Survey

Global Mapper is a software package for visualizing, analyzing, manipulating, and exporting a wide variety of GIS data. By the end of this

6/6/2019

USGS Studies Harmful Algal Blooms in New York

United States Geological Survey

USGS scientists are studying water-quality conditions and harmful algal blooms—known as HABs—in Owasco, Seneca and Skaneateles lakes in New York.

6/4/2019

Image of the Week - Recovery in Iraq s Garden of Eden

United States Geological Survey

The Marsh Arabs of southeastern Iraq have spent millennia traversing the waterways at the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The

6/4/2019

EROS in Action - CoNED with Dean Gesch and Jeff Danielson

United States Geological Survey

USGS/EROS Physical Scientist Dean Gesch and USGS/EROS CoNED Applications Project Chief Jeff Danielson discuss the Coastal National Elevation

5/31/2019

USGS Storm Tide Sensors: Measuring Coastal Storm Tide and Flooding

United States Geological Survey

USGS Storm Tide Sensors are specialized scientific instruments used to measure the depth and duration of storm surge during coastal storms. The

5/29/2019

Variable Warming Upper Midwest Lakes and Implications for Sport Fish

United States Geological Survey

Climate change is predicted to alter sport fish communities in Midwestern lakes, but managers currently have limited information on individual

5/21/2019

USGS Public Lecture Series - New Mapping of the Rodgers Creek Fault

United States Geological Survey

New Mapping of the Rodgers Creek Fault: It's longer and more complex than we thought By Suzanne Hecker, USGS Geologist Remote sensing technology

5/15/2019

Image of the Week - A New Yellowstone Hot Spot

United States Geological Survey

USGS A New Yellowstone Hot Spot More than 10,000 thermal features pepper the landscape of Yellowstone National Park. Most of the hot springs,

5/11/2019

PubTalk 04/2019 - California s Ecosystems

United States Geological Survey

Title: The Story of California's Changing Ecosystems: As observed from space * How can we use images from space to help us understand changes to

5/3/2019

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