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|Organization||Website||Contact Information||Ask An Expert||About||Organization Type||State|
|Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology||http://www.mbmg.mtech.edu/||Contact Information||
Established in 1919, the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) continues to fulfill its mandate to collect and publish information on Montana's geology to promote orderly and responsible development of the energy, groundwater, and mineral resources of the State.
|State geological survey||montana|
|Montana Department of Environmental Quality||http://deq.mt.gov/||Contact Information||
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is charged with protecting a clean and healthy environment as guaranteed to our citizens by our State Constitution. Our ultimate goal is to protect public health and to maintain Montana's high quality of life for current and future generations.
|Nebraska Department of Natural Resources||https://dnr.nebraska.gov/||Contact Information||
Finding a balance between competing demands is a key to Nebraska‛s resource future. Assessing impacts of alternative soil and water management options requires an understanding of complex issues and substantial amounts of reliable data. The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (NDNR) is committed to providing Nebraska‛s citizens and leaders with the data and analyses they need to make wise resource decisions for the benefit of all Nebraskans both now and in the future. The NDNR is a State agency with responsibilities in the areas of: Surface Water, Groundwater, Floodplain Management, Dam Safety, Natural Resources Planning, Water Planning and Integrated Management, Storage of Natural Resources and Related Data, and Administration of State Funds.
|Nebraska Geological Survey||http://snr.unl.edu/csd/||Contact Information||
The Survey's mission is to investigate and record information about Nebraska's geologic history, its rock and mineral resources, the quantity and quality of its water resources, land cover and other aspects of its geography, as well as the nature, distribution and uses of its soils.
|State geological survey||nebraska|
|Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology||http://www.nbmg.unr.edu/||Contact Information||
The Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (NBMG) is a research and public service unit of the University of Nevada and is the state geological survey. NBMG conducts research and publishes reports on mineral resources, engineering geology, environmental geology, hydrogeology, and geologic mapping.
|State geological survey||nevada|
|New Hampshire Geological Survey||https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/gsu/index.htm||Contact Information||
The New Hampshire Geological Survey's mission is to collect data and perform research on the land, mineral, and water resources of the state, and disseminate the findings to the public through maps, reports, and other publications.
|State geological survey||new hampshire|
|New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection||http://www.nj.gov/dep/||
On America's first official ""Earth Day"" — April 22, 1970, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection was born. New Jersey became the third state in the country to consolidate its past programs into a unified major agency to administer aggressive environmental protection and conservation efforts. Former Governor William T. Cahill appointed Richard J. Sullivan as the first commissioner. Since that day, NJDEP began a role to manage natural resources and solve pollution problems. In what started with about 1,400 employees in five divisions, NJDEP now has a staff of approximately 2,900 and is a leader in the country for its pollution prevention efforts and innovative environmental management strategies.
|State agency||new jersey|
|New Jersey Geological Survey||http://www.state.nj.us/dep/njgs/index.html||Contact Information||
The mission of the New Jersey Geological Survey includes geoscience mapping, research and interpretive roles as well as water resource planning and regulatory functions.
|State geological survey||new jersey|
|New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources||http://geoinfo.nmt.edu||Contact Information||
The New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources serves as the geological survey for the State of New Mexico. The Survey conducts research and interacts with State and Federal agencies and industry to facilitate prudent exploitation of the state's geological resources; distributes accurate information to scientists, decision makers, and the New Mexico public regarding the state's geologic infrastructure, mineral and energy resources, and geohydrology (including water quantity and quality).
|State geological survey||new mexico|
|New York State Department of Environmental Conservation||http://www.dec.ny.gov/||Contact Information||
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) was created on July 1, 1970 to combine in a single agency all state programs designed to protect and enhance the environment.
|State agency||new york|