Interactive Energy Atlas for Colorado and New Mexico [Website]

Product Type: 

Web Application

Year: 

2012

Author(s): 

Carr, N.B., N. Babel, J. Diffendorfer, S. Hawkins, D. Ignizio, N. Latysh, K. Leib, J. Linard, and A.M. Matherne

Suggested Citation: 

Carr, N.B., N. Babel, J. Diffendorfer, S. Hawkins, D. Ignizio, N. Latysh, K. Leib, J. Linard, and A.M. Matherne. 2012. Interactive Energy Atlas for Colorado and New Mexico [Website]. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center. 1 p.

The Energy and Environment in the Rocky Mountain Area (EERMA) project is composed of interdisciplinary U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists working to provide land management agencies and decision makers with synthesized information and comprehensive, virtual tools to promote understanding of the trade-offs of energy development. The purpose of the Interactive Energy Atlas is to provide data and decision support tools to visualize and assess the potential effects of energy development on terrestrial/hydrological resources at multiple scales...