EnviroAtlas is a dynamic effort to provide data and the ability to analyze relationships between ecosystems, the services and benefits they provide, the communities that depend on them, and the factors that affect these services. The data can be used in the Interactive Map, downloaded, or accessed through web services.
Data are developed at two scales:
- National (the contiguous United States) and
- Community (Select community areas)
In the Interactive Map, data are organized under three tabs:
- Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity
- People and Built Spaces
- Supplemental Maps
Each data layer has its own data fact sheet and metadata. See a list of all the EnviroAtlas data available for the community and the nation as a .pdf (About PDF), an .xls file, or as two tab-delimited text files (National file and Community file).