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Faced with the complexities and growing urgency of natural resource issues, land and resource managers struggle to obtain information that is accurate, current, and usable. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Fort Collins Science Center (FORT) fulfills this need by providing sound scientific data and technical assistance to Department of the Interior bureaus and other natural resource agencies. Located at several sites throughout the USGS Central Region, our research and support staff of over 150 works closely with other federal and state/territorial agencies, universities, and private organizations to generate science products and services relevant to clients’ needs. These include research reports and journal publications,...
This dataset contains the combination of geology data (geologic units, faults, folds, and dikes) from 6 1;100,000 scale digital coverages in eastern Washington (Chewelah, Colville, Omak, Oroville, Nespelem, Republic). The data was converted to an Arc grid in ArcView using the Spatial Analyst extension.
Wild Utah Project provides scientific research, technical support including the development of ecological assessment methods and conservation tools, and computer mapping analyses using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to land managers, Citizen Activists and other conservation partners. Wild Utah Project fills a critical niche here in Utah and the intermountain West, by providing the scientific support needed to shape regional land use in a way that restores native wildlife, maintains ecological integrity, expands wilderness, protects biodiversity, and provides for ecosystem resilience in the face of climate change.

    map background search result map search result map Wild Utah Project Geologic data sets for weights-of-evidence analysis in northeast Washington--1. Geologic raster data USGS Fort Collins Science Center Geologic data sets for weights-of-evidence analysis in northeast Washington--1. Geologic raster data Wild Utah Project