Below you find a list of useful resources for environmental monitoring and analysis within and around Delaware. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact us.
- Delaware monitoring sites
This mapping application shows current and some past environmental monitoring efforts throughout the State of Delaware and the surrounding states. A focus of this application is to show meteorological, groundwater, tidal, and water quality monitoring sites. Most sites are linked to a page that will either provide data for that site or further contact information.
- Delaware Aerial Data Distribution
Delaware aerial photography collection dates back to the 1930's. Through a collaborative effort, DEMAC provides a mechanism for aerial photography downloads.
- Delaware mapping data
This page is an effort to bring all of the basic mapping layers used in environmental research together on one page. This list will be updated and modified as information is available.
- Delaware Coastal Storm Climatology and Damage Report: 1923-2009
As part of a cooperative effort between the University of Delaware and several Delaware State Agencies to better monitor conditions along the Delaware coastline and to provide advance warning of impending coastal flooding events, a climatology of coastal storms and coastal storm damage along the Delaware coast for the period 1871 through 2009 was completed. A major thrust of this project has been to determine areas of the State most susceptible to damage from coastal storms and the type and magnitude of damage associated with these events.
- Delaware Coastline Gap Analysis
The GAP Analysis defines the present state of coastal data collection efforts across the state, suggests an "optimum" data collection network for coastal flood monitoring and research, identifies "gaps" in the present network of stations and recommends data that need to be added to the current network configuration.