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- Air Sensor Toolbox
- CompTox Chemicals Dashboard
- Ecotoxicology Database (ECOTOX)
- Enviro Atlas
- Environmental Dataset Gateway
- EPA Open Data portal
- EPA Science Models and Research Tools (SMaRT) Search
- ExpoBox (A Toolbox for Exposure Assessors)
- Integrated Risk Information System
- Report on the Environment: National Trend Data
- Water Data and Tools
- Water Research: EPANET
Latest Science Matters Articles
Meet EPA Oceanographer Darryl J. Keith Ph.D.
EPA researcher Darryl Keith uses satellite remote sensing to map seagrass extent and abundance in New England estuaries. Darryl also provides technical assistance to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Department of Hea
Meet EPA Scientist Terry J. Keating, PhD
Dr. Terry Keating is a senior scientist managing EPA’s engagement with the Health Effects Institute and HEI Energy, two public-private partnerships that conduct independent research on health risks associated with air pollution and unconventional oil and g
“Marshing Forward” Despite Uncertainty: How EPA Researchers are Reframing Approaches to Coastal Climate Adaptation Efforts
EPA scientists evaluated both the scientific methodology and management practices behind coastal restoration projects. Using this research, they developed a framework to assist communities with collaboratively managing these fragile ecosystems.