California Department of Conservation recounts a year of accomplishments in 2022.
California Geological Survey modernizes historic minerals records with a new searchable online data dashboard.
California’s Geologic Energy Management Division hosts series of online data workshops for public.
DOC celebrates the engineers on staff for #EngineersWeek. We have 284 engineers on our roster throughout four divisions. Let’s meet a few of them.
How the Department of Conservation uses geospatial technology to map, analyze, and observe the Earth’s surface.
This week, California Geological Survey (CGS) — which provides geologic and seismic expertise to the public and other government offices — released two tsunami hazard maps for Humboldt County: one tsunami inundation map and one tsunami evacuation map.
In the blink of an eye, CalConservation’s staff went from 10 office buildings throughout the state to 900 home offices. Without missing a beat, our technology team (ETSD) facilitated a nearly flawless transition of our department to telework. Thanks to foresighted and proactive leaders, supportive management, and nimble and committed staff, DOC continues to produce…