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1. The influence of water and nutrient availability on bryophyte communities in continental Antarctica [ASAC_1087]
Bryophyte Ecophysiology - response to water and nutrients. This project is also related to ASAC project 1313 (ASAC_1313) - Impact of global climate change on Antarctic flora: long-term monitoring ...


2. BOREAS RSS-08 BIOME-BGC Model Simulations at Tower Flux Sites in 1994 [BOREAS_BIOMEBGC]
BIOME-BGC is a general ecosystem process model designed to simulate biogeochemical and hydrologic processes across multiple scales (Running and Hunt, 1993). In this investigation, BIOME-BGC was used ...


3. BOREAS RSS-08 BIOME-BGC SSA Simulations of Annual Water and Carbon Fluxes [BOREAS_BIOMEBG2]
The BOREAS RSS-08 team performed research to evaluate the effect of seasonal weather and landcover heterogeneity on boreal forest regional water and carbon fluxes using a process level ecosystem model, ...


4. Drainage modelling for Australia's year-round Stations in Antarctica and at Macquarie Island [stations_drainage_modelling]
This GIS dataset is the result of modelling of surface water drainage for Australia's year-round stations in Antarctica (Casey, Davis, Mawson) and at Macquarie Island. This was done by the Australian ...


5. Bibliography of polar microrganisms. [PM_Bibliography]
A bibliography of papers on microrganisms from polar areas. Publication dates of papers in the collection range from 1847 to 2002. The bibliography was compiled by Dr David Wynn Williams of the British ...


6. Lake catchments on Broknes, Larsemann Hills [broknes_lake_catchments_gis]
Catchment boundaries of the the lakes on Broknes, Larsemann Hills. These catchments were generated using the FLOWDIRECTION and BASINS routines in the GRID module of ArcInfo GIS.


7. Mineralisation results using 14C octadecane at a range of water, nutrient levels and freeze thaw cycles [NW_microcosm_results]
Geochemical, microbial and 14C data on remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in Antarctica. This record is part of ASAC project 1163 (ASAC_1163). Microcosm study using Old Casey petroleum hydrocarbon ...


8. Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental Fate Handbook CRCnetBASE 2000 [CRCnetBASE2000]
Taken from the preface to the CD. &Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental Fate& Handbook CRCnetBASE 2000 includes over 600 chemicals, a 20 percent increase from the previous version, which ...


9. Report on invertebrate field work, Macquarie Island, December 1986-January 1987 [Invert_MI_86-87]
From the report available for download: A number of biologists have collected terrestrial invertebrates on Macquarie Island in previous years. Of these, K. Watson spent a year collecting intensively ...


10. Water content and freezing tolerance of Antarctic mosses - indicators of climate change [ASAC_3061]
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 3061. Public Water availability constrains plant growth in the Antarctic. Cross-disciplinary application of state-of-the-art techniques to determine ...


11. Irrigated Land in Europe [EEA_IRRIGATED]
Data on irrigation in Europe relate to areas equipped to provide water to the crops. These include areas equipped for full and partial control irrigation, spate irrigation areas, and equipped ...


12. Chesapeake Bay Program Watershed Model Scenario Output Database [CBP_WSM43]
The Watershed model is an application of HSPF (Hydrologic Simulation Program - Fortran ) run on a unix workstation. The model divides the 64,000 square mile Chesapeake Bay drainage basin into 87 model ...


13. 2008 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) [CIESIN_SEDAC_EPI_2008]
The 2008 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) centers on two broad environmental protection objectives: (1) reducing environmental stresses on human health, and (2) promoting ecosystem vitality and ...


14. 2010 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) [CIESIN_SEDAC_EPI_2010]
The 2010 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) ranks 163 countries on environmental performance based on twenty-five indicators grouped within ten core policy categories addressing environmental health, ...


15. 2012 Environmental Performance Index and Pilot Trend Environmental Performance Index [CIESIN_SEDAC_EPI_2012]
The 2012 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) ranks 132 countries on 22 performance indicators in the following 10 policy categories: environmental burden of disease, water (effects on human health), ...


16. Long-term precipitation chemistry patterns and dry deposition chemistry: Andrews Experimental Forest rain collector samples [HJA-CP002]
Long-term records of precipitation chemistry reflect the sampling effort and laboratory analysis initiated in 1969. The study examines nutrient inputs via precipitation in small watersheds and examines ...


17. Long-term Stream Chemistry Patterns; Andrews Experimental Forest Watershed Proportional Samples [HJA-CF002]
Long-term records of streamflow chemistry reflect the sampling effort and laboratory analysis initiated in 1968. The study examines nutrient outputs via stream runoff in small watersheds. The original ...


18. Grey Water Footprint of National Production [geodata_2253]
Grey water footprint – The grey water footprint of a product is an indicator of freshwater pollution that can be associated with the production of a product over its full supply chain. It is defined ...


19. Improved Sanitation Coverage - Total Population with Shared Sanitation [geodata_2197]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


20. Water Footprint [geodata_2161]
The water footprint is an indicator of water use that includes both direct and indirect water use of a consumer or producer. The water footprint of an individual, community or business is defined ...


21. Population Affected by Water Related Disease [geodata_1949]
The population affected by water related disease is estimated by the number of people having an infectious illness related to the water use.


22. Water Resources - Overlap between Surface Water and Groundwater [geodata_1947]
Overlap between surface water and groundwater: Part of the renewable water resources which is common to both surface water and groundwater. It is equal to groundwater drainage into rivers (typically, ...


23. Water Use - Total Surface Water Withdrawal [geodata_1952]
Surface water produced internally is a long-term average annual volume of surface water generated by direct runoff from endogenous precipitation (surface runoff). The surface water withdrawals corresponds ...


24. A Passive Integrative Sampler for Mercury Vapor in Air and Neutral Mercury Species in Water. [usgsbrdcerc_mercurysampler]
A passive integrative mercury sampler (PIMS) based on a sealed polymeric membrane was effective for the collection and preconcentration of Hg0. Because the Hg is both oxidized and stabilized in the ...


25. Water Resources - Total Exploitable [geodata_1960]
Exploitable water resources (Billion cubic meters) (also called manageable water resources or water development potential) correspond to the water resources considered to be available for development ...


26. Water Resources - Total Renewable (Actual) [geodata_1943]
Total actual renewable water resources (TARWR): The sum of internal renewable water resources and incoming flow originating outside the country. The computation of TARWR takes into account upstream ...


27. Emissions of Organic Water Pollutants (BOD) - Total [geodata_1458]
Emissions of organic water pollutants are measured by biochemical oxygen demand, which refers to the amount of oxygen that bacteria in water will consume in breaking down waste. This is a standard ...


28. Water Resources - Dependency Ratio [geodata_1497]
Dependency ratio expresses the part of the total renewable water resources originating outside the country. This indicator may theoretically vary between 0% ( the country does not receive water from ...


29. Water Resources - Total External (Actual) [geodata_1492]
Total actual external renewable water resources (ERWR actual): That part of the country's annual renewable water resources which is not generated in the country. It includes inflows from upstream ...


30. Emissions of Organic Water Pollutants (BOD) - per Worker [geodata_1459]
Emissions per worker are total emissions of organic water pollutants divided by the number of industrial workers. Organic water pollutants are measured by biochemical oxygen demand, which refers to ...


31. Surface Water Produced Internally [geodata_1495]
Surface water produced internally: Long-term average annual volume of surface water generated by direct runoff from endogenous precipitation (surface runoff).


32. Digital Raster Graphics [drg]
A digital raster graphic (DRG) is a scanned image of a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) topographic map. The scanned image includes all map collar information. The image inside the map ...


33. Watershed Boundaries Level 1 - HYDRO1k (North America) [geodata_0777]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


34. Watershed Boundaries Level 2 - HYDRO1k (Middle East) [geodata_0790]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


35. Watershed Boundaries Level 3 - HYDRO1k [geodata_0788]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


36. Watershed Boundaries Level 3 - HYDRO1k (Africa) [geodata_0785]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


37. Watershed Boundaries Level 3 - HYDRO1k (Asia) [geodata_0779]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


38. Watershed Boundaries Level 3 - HYDRO1k (Europe) [geodata_0791]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


39. Watershed Boundaries Level 3 - HYDRO1k (North America) [geodata_0782]
The Pfafstetter system was developed by Otto Pfafstetter, a Brazilian engineer. It is based upon the topology of the drainage network and the size of the surface area drained. Its numbering scheme ...


40. Improved Drinking Water Coverage - Total Population [geodata_1034]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


41. Improved Sanitation Coverage - Total Population [geodata_1029]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


42. Mangroves Forest Extent - Total Area [geodata_1253]
Mangroves are commonly found along sheltered coastlines in the tropics and subtropics where they fulfil important socio-economic and environmental functions. These include the provision of a large ...


43. Treated Waste Water Reused [geodata_1021]
Reused treated wastewater corresponds to an annual quantity of treated wastewater that is reused. The treated wastewater is wastewater discharged from treatment plant (effluent).


44. Water Use - Total Water Withdrawal [geodata_1100]
Annual gross quantity of water produced and used for agricultural, industrial and domestic purposes. It does not include other in situ-uses :energy, mining, recreation, navigation, fisheries and the ...


45. Desalinated Water Produced [geodata_1018]
Desalinated water corresponds to the annual amount of fresh water generated by desalination of sea or brackish waters (annually estimated on the basis of the total capacity of water desalination installations).


46. Water Resources - Total Internal Renewable [geodata_1004]
Total Internal renewable water resources (IRWR): long-term average annual flow of rivers and recharge of aquifers generated from endogenous precipitation. Double counting of surface water and groundwater ...


47. USGS Maps [MAPS]
The USGS conducts systematic and scientific classification of the public lands and examination of the geological structure; mineral, energy, and water resources; and products of the national domain. ...


48. Floods - Killed People [geodata_0543]
Killed: Persons confirmed as dead and persons missing and presumed dead. Disaster: Situation or event, which overwhelms local capacity, necessitating a request to national or international level for ...


49. Digital Line Graphs of U.S. Streams for the EPA Clean Air Mapping and Analysis Program (C-MAP) [Stream_GIS_USGS]
This is a 1:2,000,000 coverage of streams for the conterminous United States. This coverage was intended for use as a background display for the National Water Summary program. The stream layer was ...


50. NWS River Forecast Basins (GIS Coverage) [NWS_Riverbasins]
National Weather Service forecast basins for contiguous United States and Puerto Rico. Note: This documentation also applied to the sub-coverages of basins for individual ...


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