The Florida Department of Environmental Protection: Geographic Information Systems site has several features. The Geospatial Resources Index offers interactive maps ranging from scientific watershed data to recreational canoe trails. The GeoData Directory is a web-based resource of spatial information available for public download. The ArcIMS Portal provides access to most of the ArcIMS Internet mapping websites. The site also provides a link to Florida's Land Boundary Information System and other related sites.
The Florida Geological Survey - Data and Maps site provides state and county geology maps, as well as topographic maps, of Florida. The site also provides data about sinkholes and oil and gas production, as well as links to related sites.
The Florida Land Boundry Information System provides interactive map interfaces and accompanying data for three data sets: survey data, water boundry data, and mapping data. The mapping data includes digital orthophoto imagery, digital raster graphics, digital line graphics, digital elevation models, and National Wetlands Inventory maps. The site also offers data for Hillsborough, Lee, Pasco, and St. Johns Countys, as well as links to related sites.
The Central Florida Geographic Information Systems site provides a regional users group and a data clearinghouse for central Florida. The data clearinghouse features a set of directories that includes digital orthophoto quarter quadrangle images and other files. Links to related sites are also provided. Users must create free accounts to use many of the site's features.
The Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse provides maps and aerial photographs of Georgia. The data can be searched using either queries or a graphic map viewer. The site features Department of Transportation and topographic maps, as well as data from the 2000 census. The site also provides historical aerial photographs and links to related sites. Free registartion is required.
The North Carolina Geographic Information provides links to North Carolina's Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Corporate Geographic Database, Geographic Data Clearinghouse, Geographic Information Coordinating Council, and North Carolina One Map.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Online Data site provides access to South Carolina's Breeding Bird Atlas; GIS Data Clearinghouse; Hydrologic Data; Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species Inventory; GAP Project; and the Southeast Regional Climate Center Data and Taxonomic Center sites, as well as the Wildlife Initiative Database. The site also provides links to other related sites, including the South Carolina Plant Atlas and the National GAP Database.
The SCDNR GIS Data site provides access to the South Carolina GIS Data Clearinghouse. Free registration is required to use the clearinghouse. In addition, the site provides GAP data and dynamic mapping of South Carolina's land cover, species habitats, and land stewardship, as well as geologic maps and access to the South Carolina Digital Orthophoto Quarter Quadrangle Image Archive. Links to related sites are also provided.
The South Carolina Geological Survey site provides many maps of South Carolina, including mineral resource maps, earthquake hazard maps, and geologic maps. A listing of paper copies of the Survey's maps is provided, along with ordering information. Additonally, the site provides geology news about South Carolina, teacher resources, access to the South Carolina Geology Journal, a photo gallery, and links to related sites.
The Virginia Division of Mineral Resources site provides descriptions and ordering information regarding the Division's maps and geologic publications. The site also includes information regarding the geology, mineral resources, and geohazards of Virginia.
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection site provides extensive information regarding the environment of West Virginia and its protection. Included on the site is the WVDEP GIS Server, which includes an oil and gas search feature, interactive mapping feature, information on the open dump cleanup and landfill closure projects, an aerial photo browser , a coordinate converter, a toxics release inventory, and related features. Links to related sites are also provided.
The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey provides information about the geology, energy resources, industrial minerals, geologic hazards, ground water, and earth science of West Virginia. The site also provides topographic and geologic maps of the state. Oil and gas data are provided, as are links to related sites.
The WVGES Maps and Map Files site provites both online and printable maps of West Virginia. Available maps include coal bed, oil and gas, topographic, geologic, physiographic provinces, and West Virginia state plane coordinates. Links to other sites are also provided.
The WVGES Publications Catalog provides a listing and ordering information for maps, including general and quadrangle, and reports, both geological and archeological, published by the Survey.