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Guide to U.S. Geological Survey Information and Publications

To buy maps of all areas of the United States and

to request USGS catalogs, pamphlets, and leaflets

(limited quantities free), write or visit:

U.S. Geological Survey

Distribution Branch

Building 810

Denver Federal Center, Box 25286

Denver, CO 80225

To buy Alaska maps, residents of Alaska may

write or visit:

U.S. Geological Survey

Alaska Distribution Section

101 12th Avenue, Box 12

Fairbanks, AK 99701

To buy USGS book publications, to request USGS circulars, or to obtain information on the availability of microfiche or paper-duplicate copies of open-file reports, write:

U.S. Geological Survey
Books and Open-File Reports Section
Federal Center, Box 25425
Denver, CO 80225

To get on the mailing list for the monthly list of

New Publications of the U.S. Geological Survey

(free), write:

U.S. Geological Survey

Distribution Support Section

582 National Center

12201 Sunrise Valley Drive

Reston, VA 22092

To subscribe to Earthquakes and Volcanoes, a bimonthly, nontechnical, glossy digest that provides up-to-date information on earthquakes, volcanoes, and related natural hazards around the world, write:

Superintendent of Documents
Government Printing Office
Washington, DC 20402

To obtain information on cartographic data and on
programs, publications, and services, or to obtain
copies of reports and maps, write or visit the U.S.
Geological Survey Earth Science Information Cen-
ters at the following addresses:

Room 101

4230 University Dr.

Anchorage, AK 99508-4664

Room 113, U.S. Courthouse 222 W. 7th Ave., #53 Anchorage, AK 99513-7546


Federal Bkig., Room 7638
300 N. Los Angeles St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Rm. 3128
Bldg. 3, Stop 532
345 Middlefield Rd.
Menlo Park, CA 94025

504 Custom House

555 Battery St.

San Francisco, CA 94111


169 Federal Bldg.
1961 Stout St.
Denver. CO 80294

Room 1813

Box 25046. Stop 504

Bldg. 25, Denver Federal Center
Denver, CO 80225-0046

District of Columbia:

Main Interior Bldg., Room 2650
18th and C Sts,, NW
Washington, DC 20240
(When visiting, use E St. entrance)

Bldg. 3101
Stennis Space Center, MS 39529

Room 231

1400 Independence Rd.
Rolla, MO 65401

8105 Federal Bldg.
125 S. State St.
Salt Lake City, UT 84138


1C402 National Center, Stop 507
12201 Sunrise Valley Dr.
Reston, VA 22092


678 U.S. Courthouse W. 920 Riverside Ave. Spokane, WA 99201

To obtain information on aerial photographs and
satellite and space images, write or visit:
U.S. Geological Survey
EROS Data Center
Sioux Falls. SD 57198

To obtain assistance in locating sources of water data, identifying sites at which data have been collected, and obtaining specific information, write:

L'.S. Geological Survev
National Water Data Exchange
National Outer, Stop 421
12201 Sunrise Valley Dr.
Reston, VA 22092

To obtain information on ongoing and planned
water-data acquisition activities of all Federal
agencies and many non-Federal organizations,

U.S. Geological Survey
Office of Water Data Coordination
National Center, Stop 417
12201 Sunrise Valley Dr.
Reston, VA 22092

To obtain information on water resources in general and about the water resources of specific areas of the United States, write:

U.S. Geological Survev
Hydrologic Information Unit
National Center. Stop 419
12201 Sunrise Valley Dr.
Reston, VA 22092

To obtain information on geologic topics such as earthquakes and volcanoes, energy and mineral resources, the geology of specific areas, and geologic maps and mapping, write:

U.S. Geological Survey
Geologic Inquiries Group
National Center, Stop 907
12201 Sunrise Valley Dr.
Reston, VA 22092

To obtain information on mineral resources, write or visit:

Minerals Information Officer
Main Interior Bldg., Room 2647
18th and C Sts., NW
Washington, DC 20240

*A joint venture of the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Bureau of Mines.

U.S. Geological Survey
Minerals Information Office
c/o Mackay School of Mines
University of Nevada - Reno
Reno, NV 89557-0047

U.S. Geological Survey
Minerals Information Office
Corbett Bldg.
210 E. 7th Street
Tucson, AZ 85705

U.S. Geological Survey
Minerals Information Office
656 U.S. Courthouse
W. 920 Riverside Dr.
Spokane, WA 99201

Budget Information

U.S. Geological Survey budget authority for fiscal year 1989, by appropriation for Surveys, Investigations, and Research
[Dollars in thousands]

Activity/Subactivity/Program Element

Fiscal Year



Activity/Subactivity/Program Element

Fiscal Year



National Mapping, Geography, and Surveys

Primary Mapping and Revision

Digital Cartography

Small, Intermediate, and Special Mapping

Intermediate-Scale Mapping

Small-Scale and Other Special Mapping

Geographic Information Systems Research and


Land Use and Land Cover Mapping

Image Mapping

Advanced Cartographic Systems

Earth Resources Observation Systems

Data Production and Dissemination

Applications and Research

Cartographic and Geographic Information

Side-Looking Airborne Radar

Geologic and Mineral Resource Surveys and Mapping. Geologic Hazards Surveys

Earthquake Hazards Reduction

Volcano Hazards

Landslide Hazards

Geologic Framework and Processes

National Geologic Mapping

Deep Continental Studies


Climate Change

Coastal Erosion

Mineral Resource Surveys

National Mineral Resource Assessment Program

Strategic and Critical Minerals

Development of Assessment Techniques

Energy Geologic Surveys

Evolution of Sedimentary Basins

Coal Investigations

Oil and Gas Investigations

Oil Shale Investigations

Geothermal Investigations

Uranium-Thorium Investigations

World Energy Resource Assessment

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Geologic and Mineral Resource Surveys and
Offshore Geologic Surveys

Offshore Geologic Framework

Water Resources Investigations

National Water Resources Research and Information System—Federal Program

Data Collection and Analysis

National Water Data & Information Access Program.

Coordination of National Water Data Activities

Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis

Core Program Hydrologic Research

Improved Instrumentation

Water Resources Assessment

Toxic Substances Hydrology

Nuclear Waste Hydrology

Acid Rain

Scientific and Technical Publications

National Water-Quality Assessment Program

National Water Resources Research and Information

System—Federal-State Cooperative Program

Data Collection and Analysis, Areal Appraisals, and

Special Studies

Water Use

Coal Hydrology

National Water Resources Research and Information System—State Research Institutes and Research

Grants Program

State Water Resources Research Institutes

National Water Resources Research Grants Program .

Program Administration

General Administration

Executive Direction

Administrative Operations

Reimbursements to the Department of Labor


National Center—Rental Payments to GSA

National Center—Facilities Management


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1 Funding shown represents appropriated dollars and does not include reimbursable funding from Federal, State, and other non-Federal sources.

U.S. Geological Survey budget for fiscal years 1986 to 1989, by activity and sources of funds'
[Dollars in thousands; totals may not add because of rounding]

Budget activity 1986 1987 1988 1989

Total $600,852 $620,585 $662,101 $ 670,897

Direct program 412,667 432,114 448,233 '451,988

Reimbursable program 188,185 188,471 213,868 2218,909

States, counties, and municipalities 59,945 63,088 68,609 69,577

Miscellaneous non-Federal sources 12,111 13,667 12,775 14,194

Other Federal agencies 116,129 111,716 132,484 135,138

National Mapping, Geography, and Surveys 112,562 118,462 120,845 126,457

Direct program 84,117 88,542 90,541 94,235

Reimbursable program 28,445 29,921 30,304 32,222

States, counties, and municipalities 1,975 1,841 1,579 1,520

Miscellaneous non-Federal sources 9,568 10,276 210,021 10,804

Other Federal agencies 16,902 17,804 18,705 19,898

Geologic and Mineral Resource Surveys and Mapping 206,463 209,553 224,708 215,882

Direct program 165,585 169,239 177,278 178.329

Reimbursable program 40,878 40,314 46,750 37,553

States, counties, and municipalities 1,320 1,365 1,138 961

Miscellaneous non-Federal sources 348 938 368 682

Other Federal agencies 39,210 38,011 45,244 35,910

Water Resources Investigations 248,598 254,288 278,380 287,154

Direct program 135,152 142,130 149,471 145,635

Reimbursable program 113,446 112,158 128,910 141,520

States, counties, and municipalities 56,650 59,882 65,893 67,095

Miscellaneous non-Federal sources 2,161 2,437 2,354 2,700

Other Federal agencies 54,635 49,839 60,662 71,725

General Administration 14,515 18,285 17,746 19,059

Direct program 14,246 17,084 14,684 16,330

Reimbursable program (Federal) 269 1,201 3.062 2,729

Miscellaneous non-Federal sources 1 1 3 0

Other Federal agencies 268 1,200 3.060 2,729

Facilities 13,615 15,109 16,252 17,450

Direct program 13,567 15,067 16,214 17,421

Reimbursable program 48 42 38 29

Computer services to other accounts 5,099 4,835 4,804 4,856

Reimbursable program 5,099 4,835 4,804 4,856

Miscellaneous non-Federal sources 33 15 29 7

Other Federal agencies 5.066 4,820 4,775 4,849

Operation and Maintenance of Quarters 52 45 38

Direct program 52 45 38

1 Direct program includes $451,506 for current year, $130 for Contributed Funds, $314 for last year's unobligated balance, and $38 for Operation and Maintenance of Quarters.

2 Includes $7,953 for map receipts previously shown under direct program column.

U.S. Geological Survey reimbursable funds from other Federal agencies for fiscal years 1986 to 1989, by agency
[Dollars in thousands]

Budget activity 1986

Department of Agriculture 2,756

Department of Commerce 104

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 8,675

Department of Defense 27,343

Department of Energy 24,341

Bonneville Power Administration 170

Department of the Interior 18,852

Bureau of Indian Affairs 5,033

Bureau of Land Management 2,447

Bureau of Mines 122

Bureau of Reclamation 8,734

Minerals Management Service 342

National Park Service 1,043

Office of the Secretary 701

Office of Surface Mining 129

Fish and Wildlife Service 301

Department of State 8,625

Department of Transportation 133

Environmental Protection Agency 1,878

National Aeronautics and Space Administration 4,343

National Science Foundation 162

Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1,154

Tennessee Valley Authority 264

Miscellaneous Federal agencies 12,264

Miscellaneous services to other accounts 5,066

Total $116,129

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U.S. Geological Survey Offices

Headquarters Offices

National Center

12201 Sunrise Valley Drive

Reston, VA 22092


Central Region

Denver Federal Center
Box 25046
Denver, CO 80225


Western Region

345 Middlefield Rd.
Menlo Park, CA 94025


Office of the Director


Associate Director

Special Assistant (Washington Liaison) and Deputy

Ethics Counselor
Assistant Director for Research, Acting
Assistant Director for Engineering Geology (Acting)
Assistant Director for Administration
Assistant Director for Programs
Assistant Director for Intergovernmental Affairs
Assistant Director for Information Systems
Congressional Liaison Officer
Chief, Public Affairs Office
Director's Representative—Central Region
Director's Representative—Western Region

Special Assistant to the Director for Alaska

Administrative Division


Administrative Operations Officer

Professional Services Specialist

Administrative Program Specialist

Office of Personnel, Chief

Office of Procurement and Contracts, Chief

Office of Financial Management, Chief

Office of Facilities and Management Services, Chief

Office of Systems Management, Chief

Administrative Service Center, Chief

Central Regional Management Officer

Western Regional Management Officer

Information Systems Division


Associate Chief

Office of Customer Services, Chief

Office, Computer and Communications Services,

Office of Management Services, Chief
Office of Field Services, Chief

National Mapping Division


Associate Chief

Assistant Division Chief for Research

Assistant Division Chief for Program, Budget and

Assistant Division Chief for Information and Data

Assistant Division Chief for Coordination and Require-

Assistant Division Chief for Production Management

Eastern Mapping Center, Chief

Mid-Continent Mapping Center, Chief

Dallas L. Peck
Doyle G. Frederick
Jane H. Wallace

Stephen E. Ragone
Eugene H. Roseboom, Jr.
Jack J. Stassi
Peter F. Bermel
John J. Dragonetti
James E. Biesecker
Talmadge W. Reed
Donovan B. Kelly
Harry Tourtelot
George Gryc

Philip J. Carpenter

Jack J. Stassi
Timothy E. Calkins
William A. Schmidt
H.T. Davis
Maxine C. Millard
John K. Peterson
Roy J. Heinbuch
William F. Gossman, Jr.
Phillip L. McKinney
Phillip L. McKinney
George A. Honold
George F. Hargrove, Jr.

James E. Biesecker
Doug R. Posson
Virginia L. Ross
Wendy A. Budd


Fred B. Sower

Lowell E. Starr
Roy R. Mullen
Joel L. Morrison
Richard E. Winner

Gary W. North

Gene A. Thorley


K. Eric Anderson

Merle E. Southern

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