Link to U.S. Geological Survey home page.

Internet Map Service for Environmental Health
in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region

U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2004–3140

By Denny Buckler and Jim Stefanov

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Science Objective

Geographic Extent

Data Assimilation and Integration

Scientific Utility of Data

Opportunities for Collaborative Science


1.   U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Health Project study area
2.   U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Health Project IMS Web site with a view of potential sources of contamination (PSOCs) overlaid onto a binational geologic map of the McAllen and Reynosa urban areas

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