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[United States Geological Survey](https://www.usgs.gov/) . The United States Geological Survey (USGS, formerly Geological Survey) is the sole scientific agency of the US government's Dept. of Interior, with no regulatory responsibility. USGS studies the landscape of the US, natural resources, and natural hazards that threaten it. The organization has four major science disciplines, concerning biology, geography, geology, and hydrology.

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Where to get usa coastline/shoreline data

From where I can collect the USA coastline/shoreline data classified by name. I have the shoreline data but not classified. By classified I mean name of the coastline in different region. e.g. '...
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Data from the Great Lakes Science Center's Annual Bottom Trawl and Acoustics Surveys

The USGS's Great Lakes Science Center surveys fish populations every year in the Great Lakes. The results are compiled into reports, but is the underlying data available anywhere?