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1. U.S. National Atlas Federal Land Lines, 2013

1972. National Atlas of the United States and the United States Geological Survey. U.S. National Atlas Federal Land Lines represents the linear federally owned land features (for example, national parkways and wild and scenic rive...

2. U.S. National Atlas Federal Land Lines, 2015

2015. National Atlas of the United States and the United States Geological Survey and Esri. U.S. National Atlas Federal Land Lines represents the linear federally owned or administered land features (for example, national parkways and wild... Esri.

3. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Areas 2002

1995. National Atlas of the United States and the United States Geological Survey. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Areas represents the water feature areas (e.g., bays, glaciers, lakes, and swamps) of the United States. Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI).

4. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Areas, 2013

1995. National Atlas of the United States and the United States Geological Survey. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Areas represents the water feature areas (for example, bays, glaciers, lakes, and swamps) of the United States.

5. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Lines 2002

1995. National Atlas of the United States and the United States Geological Survey. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Lines represents the linear water features (e.g., aqueducts, canals, intercoastal waterways, and streams) of the ... Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI).

6. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Lines, 2013

1995. National Atlas of the United States and the United States Geological Survey. U.S. National Atlas Water Feature Lines represents the linear water features (for example, aqueducts, canals, intracoastal waterways, and streams) ...