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This page is archived and is no longer being maintained. Content was last updated in 2015. For current research, visit http://coastal.er.usgs.gov/.
Note: The Gulf of Mexico Region Interactive Mapping System was an Internet based Geographic Information System designed to provide users with online mapping capability. The Gulf of Mexico Region IMS was defunded in 2007, and can no longer be accessed. The Data Series available online explains how it was intended to function.
Gulf Coast IMS
Data Series Report 2004-90-A, Version 1.0 - Miocene of Southern Louisiana
  • Version 1 Introduction
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  • System Requirements
  • Information For Advanced Users
  • References
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  • Tutorial (download PDF)
DS 2004-90-A, V. 1.0-Text-only version
The DOI Landscape Funds projects generated many reports:
Coastal Ecology & Conservation Research Group Proposed Work for Incorporating Northern Gulf of Mexico Reef and Sand Bank Ecology Information into the Gulf of Mexico DIMS Project

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