NOAA Coastal Service CenterThe Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) produces a nationally standardized database of land cover and land change information for the coastal regions of the U.S. C-CAP products provide inventories of coastal intertidal areas, wetlands, and adjacent uplands with the goal of monitoring these habitats by updating the land cover maps every five years.
NOAA Office for Coastal ManagementAs a part of the Digital Coast initiative, NOAA's Coastal Services Center has collected and housed LiDAR data from a network of partners from across the nation. Data are received in various formats, datums, and projections and are processed to a common format, datum, and projection for data storage and provisioning purposes after being checked for errors. Earliest collected data date back to 1997, and typically cover partial or full coastal communities.
U.S. Army Corps of EngineersThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has aggregated and housed each District's dredging contracts into one centralized database. Data aggregated in the database cover contracts awarded by the Corps of Engineers between October 1, 1998–September 30, 2012.
Marine Ecosystem Services Partnership
The valuation mapper is a dynamic map allowing users to burrow down through different types of data by inputting spatial and thematic queries.
Bureau of Economic Analysis, Bureau of Labor Statistics, NOAA Coastal Services CenterENOW provides time-series data on the ocean and Great Lakes economy, which includes six economic sectors dependent on the oceans and Great Lakes. ENOW is available for counties, states, regions, and the nation in a wide variety of formats.
FEMAThe MSC is the official government distribution center for digital flood hazard mapping products created by FEMA in support of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Here you can view all current flood maps (Flood Insurance Rate Maps) effective for the entire U.S. and its Territories.
Texas A&M's Harte Institute
The two main goals of the GecoServ database are to allow for the distribution and sharing of information about ES valuation studies relevant to the Gulf of Mexico region and to identify current gaps in the ES literature. The studies summarized here are for habitats that are relevant to the Gulf region even though they may have been conducted elsewhere.
Invasive Species Specialist GroupThe Global Invasive Species Database (GISD) aims to increase awareness about invasive alien species and to facilitate effective prevention and management activities.
NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research LaboratoryNOAA Great lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) has complied a database of over 180 aquatic non-indigenous plants and animals that are present, expanding their ranges within, or predicted to invade the Great Lakes basin.
Michigan Sea Grant, NOAA National Weather ServiceThe Great Lakes Current Incident Database was created to investigate what conditions cause dangerous current formation in the Great Lakes.