The New York Rural Water Association provides technical assistance to rural and small communities for developing and implement source water protection plans.
The Wetlands Mapper displays current information on the status, extent, characteristics and functions of wetlands, riparian, and deepwater habitats in the United States. This information is intended to promote the understanding and conservation of wetland resources through discovery and education as well as to aid in resource management, research and decision making.
The Wisconsin DNR's Surface Water Data Viewer (SWDV) is an interactive map that displays primarily statewide water-related data.
The Streams and Waterbodies of the United States data layer shows the location of water features throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands
River segments, lakes, and estuaries designated under Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act in Lake Michigan Basin (MI and WI).
Through Community-based Marine Debris Removal Grants, NOAA's Marine Debris Program offers funding that supports locally driven, community-based marine debris prevention and removal projects. These projects benefit coastal habitat, waterways, and wildlife including migratory fish.
CoastRanger MS has been designed to explain the consequences that different management approaches have on coastal processes, natural environments and flood and coastal erosion risk. The software highlights the range of interests that need to be balanced on the coast and demonstrates the difficult decisions that have to be made in some areas. CoastRanger MS simulates typical real world scenarios and provides information on management approaches, defense types, coastal behaviour and legislation.
The Science in the Great Lakes (SiGL) Mapper displays basin-wide multi-disciplinary monitoring and research activities conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and partners in all five Great Lakes. It was designed to help Great Lakes researchers and managers strategically plan, implement, and analyze monitoring and restoration activities by providing easy access to historical and on-going project metadata while allowing them to identifying gaps (spatially and topically) that have been underrepresented in previous efforts or need further study.
The PA DEP open data portal provides GIS data for drinking water, water quality, and other resources.