EnviroAtlas is a collection of interactive tools and resources that allows users to explore the many benefits people receive from nature, often referred to as ecosystem services. Though critically important to human well-being, ecosystem services are often overlooked. Using EnviroAtlas, many types of users can access, view, and analyze diverse information to better understand how various decisions can affect an array of ecological and human health outcomes.
- A multi-scaled Interactive Map with broad scale data for the lower 48 states and fine scale data for selected communities
- The Eco-Health Relationship Browser, which shows the linkages between ecosystems, the services they provide, and human health
Getting started with EnviroAtlas
- Overview of ecosystem services
- How to use EnviroAtlas
- About EnviroAtlas data
- Publications, fact sheets, and glossary
Resources for experienced users
Connecting People, Ecosystems, Health, and the Economy
EnviroAtlas is a collaborative project developed by EPA, in cooperation with the US Geological Survey (USGS), the US Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Forest Service, and Landscope America.
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