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Remote sensing
Acquiring information about a natural feature or phenomenon, such as the Earth's surface, without actually being in contact with it. USGS remote sensing is usually carried out with airborne or spaceborne sensors or cameras.
This category is also used for airborne imaging, photogrammetry, satellite imaging, and space-borne sensing.
Aeromagnetic surveying (5 items)
Aeroradiometric surveying (1 items)
Infrared imaging (1 items)
Microwave imaging (1 items)
Multispectral imaging (1 items)

Remote-sensing data (1 items)
Remote-sensing images (1 items)
Satellite images (1 items)
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Monthly average polar sea-ice concentration 1978 through 1991 [New Window]
This data set represents the results of calculations carriedout on sea-ice-concentration data from the SMMR and SSM/Iinstruments. The original data were obtained from theNational Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). The data set alsocontains the source code
Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio magnetic and gravity maps and data [New Window]
Aeromagnetic surveys of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, merged to form seamless grids across the state. Gravity anomaly data are provided as well.
Gamma-ray, Magnetic, and Topographic Data for the Colorado Front Range [New Window]
The grid files presented here are in ASCII format that uses thedefinitions of the grid exchange format (GXF). The files can beviewed using a suitable word processing program. The differentgrids are: >Kfrco.gxf potassium concentrations in the rocks an
Digital data grids for the magnetic anomaly map of North America [New Window]
A digital magnetic anomaly database and map for the NorthAmerican continent is the result of a joint effort by theGeological Survey of Canada (GSC), U. S. Geological Survey(USGS), and Consejo de Recursos Minerales of Mexico (CRM). Thedatabase and map re
Gravity and ground magnetic data from selected traverses in the Amargosa desert and vicinity, Nevada and California [New Window]
Maps of aeromagnetic data and a table of gravity station data embedded in the PDF report, not as separate files
Processed Thematic Mapper satellite imagery for selected areas within the U.S.-Mexico borderlands [New Window]
The passage of the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA),establishment of the Border Environmental Cooperation Commissionas well as the EPA U.S./Mexico Border XXI Program has focusedattention to the environmental social-cultural, and economicconditions i
Aeromagnetic Map of the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California [New Window]
An aeromagnetic map of the Death Valley groundwater model area was prepared from published aeromagnetic surveys as part of an interagency effort by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy to help characterize the geology and hydrology
Modern Average Global Sea-Surface Temperature [New Window]
The data contained in this data set are derived from the NOAAAdvanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Multichannel SeaSurface Temperature data (AVHRR MCSST), which are obtainablefrom the Distributed Active Archive Center at the JetPropulsion Laboratory (J

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