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Hydrosurvey Data Archive for Federal Navigation Projects

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) performs hydrographic surveys (hydrosurveys) for federal navigation projects around the U.S. Federal navigation projects include an estimated 25,000 miles of channels and form a key part of U.S. maritime infrastructure… Continued

Rivers of Data – Inland Electronic Navigation Charts

Nautical charts provide critical information to mariners in support of safe navigation. Historically these charts have been printed and distributed on paper, but modern communications systems allow for electronic charts that are able to be updated as new information becomes… Continued

Clean Air Practices at Ports – EPA Interactive Map

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Ports Initiative works in collaboration with the port industry, communities, and all levels of government to improve environmental performance and increase economic prosperity. This effort helps people living and working near ports across the… Continued

2019 Port Performance Data from the U.S. DOT

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Port Performance Freight Statistics Program: Annual Reports to Congress provide summary statistics and detailed analysis for the Nation's largest container, tonnage, and dry bulk ports. Results from calendar year 2019 are now available online. Individual… Continued

Launch of the New Catalog

On February 5, 2021 we will be launching a new version of the catalog. The new catalog is the culmination of many months of work in updating the behind-the-scenes functioning of the catalog, which automatically harvests over 1000… Continued

COVID-19 is Complex, as is COVID-19 Open Data

This post was originally published on the blog by Kristen Honey, Chief Data Scientist and Senior Advisor to Assistant Secretary for Health (ASH), HHS; Amy Gleason, Data Strategy and Execution Workgroup Lead, U.S. Digital Service; and Kevin Duvall, Deputy Chief Data… Continued

Hourly Electric Grid Monitor reports new information on U.S. electricity demand, net generation, and interchange collected by the U.S. Energy Information Administration

To a federal statistical agency like the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), there's nothing more satisfying than providing needed information that can facilitate more informed analysis and policy decisions on a national and regional level. EIA recently launched its new Hourly…; Continued

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