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liz1110

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Does anyone know what happened to the GIS Data Depot? That site has been one of my favorite sources for GIS data for years, but I couldn't find it recently when I was looking to download some USGS DLG hydro data. I had to use the USGS Earth Explorer site instead and that was so much more difficult to navigate. When I do a Google search for the GIS Data Depot all I get are dead links. What a shame, that site was great.

 

 


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I'm not familiar with the data depot, but USGS The National Map Viewer and Downloader might have much of the data. Earth Explorer I think is more for imagery and remote sensing data sources. The National Map has the vector data you find on USGS topos, plus more, like elevation data and some imagery. 



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Thanks for the link. I checked it out and it may prove useful so I added to my GIS data bookmarks. You can never have too many sources of data!


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