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North Coast Geography Network


Over a decade ago, we created the first online interactive pollution maps in the U.S. - our Santa Cruz Toxics Release Inventory. This small local project led to our work on Environmental Defense's Chemical Scorecard - a national mapping of toxic facilities and releases.

The Redwood Coast Toxic Discoveries website is a way for local residents to find out more about toxic chemicals where they live, work and play. Return often as this is just the beginning and we intend to add many more resources over time.


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The Redwood Coast Toxic Discoveries website is a project of the North Coast Geography Network. There you will find free maps of the North Coast and a tutorial here. We also have many GIS related resources at

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Didn't find what you are looking for? We've been online since 1996 and have created 1000's of pages. Search below and you may find just what you are looking for.

Michael R. Meuser
Data Research & GIS Specialist is an independent firm specializing in GIS project development and data research. We created the first U.S. based interactive toxic chemical facility maps on the internet in 1996 and we have been online ever since. Learn more about us and our services.

Have a project in mind? If you have data, GIS project or custom shapefile needs contact Mike.

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