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Tribal Nations Maps

The Tribal Nations Map Gallery includes PDF wall maps and interactive maps from federal partners and intertribal groups to showcase climate resilience efforts of tribes, Alaska Natives, and other diverse communities nationwide.

BIA Tribal Climate Resilience Program

The BIA Open Data search tool provides web maps and GIS datasets containing various types of geographic information relevant to BIA. This map displays Tribal Climate Resilience (TCR) annual awards. Contributors: U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs

Map of Tribal Climate Resilience annual awards

Indian Lands in the United States

Indian Lands of Federally Recognized Tribes of the United States (June 2016). Contributors: U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs

Map of U.S. Indian lands

Indian Land Areas Judicially Established 1978

Indian Land Areas Judicially Established 1978. Contributors: Bureau of Land Management

Map of judicially established Indian lands

DOE Tribal Energy Atlas

The DOE Tribal Energy Atlas interactive mapping tool for viewing and analyzing energy related datasets for tribal lands. This map displays the distributed generation PV capacity factor for Tribal lands. Contributors: U.S. Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy

Map of distributed generation PV capacity for Tribal lands

The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission Interactive Mapping Tool

The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission interactive mapping tool for viewing GIS information related to resources and habitats reserved for the Ojibwe tribes in the Great Lakes region. Contributors: Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission mapping tool

USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs) Project Explorer

The USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs) Project Explorer can be used to search for various resources (projects, publications, data, etc.) related to climate science in the topic/area of interest. Contributors: U.S. Department of Interior United States Geological Survey

Regional map of USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers

DOI Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) Network

The DOI Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) Network interactive map provides access to various resources for each of the LCC regions. Contributors: Landscape Conservation Cooperative Network

Department of the Interior Landscape Conservation Cooperative interactive network map

USDA Climate Hubs

The USDA Climate Hubs provide climate adaptation and resilience resources grouped by geographic region. Contributor: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Map of USDA climate hub regions

EPA EnviroMapper

The EPA EnviroMapper is a web-based mapping tool in which various types of environmental datasets can be overlaid and explored. Contributors: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

EPA EnviroMapper tool

U.S. Forest Service Indian Lands Map Viewer

The U.S. Forest Service Indian Lands Map Viewer for interacting with GIS datasets relevant to Indian Lands. Contributors: U.S. Department of Agriculture United States Forest Service

U.S. Forest Service Indian lands map viewer

EPA CREAT Climate Change Scenarios Projection Maps

The EPA Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) Climate Change Scenarios Projection Maps display data for future climate change projections in the U.S. Contributors: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

EPA Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool climate scenarios projection map

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