Partners and Additional ResourcesCalifornia Geological Survey
–CGS offers scientific products and services about the state's geology, seismology and mineral resources that affect the health, safety, and business interests of the people of California.
California Office of Emergency Services
—The agency responsible for overseeing and coordinating emergency preparedness, response, recovery and homeland security activities within the state.
Lassen Volcanic National Park
—The National Park Service preserves the volcanic landscape and cultural resources of the Lassen Volcanic Center. This website offers information about history, nature, outdoor activities, and park conditions.
Shasta-Trinity National Forest
— The largest national forest in California. The website contains information on recreation, land management and forest conditions around Mount Shasta.
Modoc National Forest
—The Medicine Lake Highlands Volcanic Area is managed by the USDA National Forest Service. This website provides information about visiting and recreating around this volcanic landscape.
Death Valley National Park
—Ubehebe Crater is a relatively remote feature of this National Park. Visit this website to learn more about the volcano and the activities at the Park.
Inyo National Forest
—The USDA land management agency for Mono Lakes Volcanic Field, Mono-Inyo Chain, Mammoth Mountain and much of the Long Valley Caldera
Volcanic Ashfall Impacts Working Group
–Information about volcanic ashfall, impacts, and preparedness.
International Volcanic Health Hazard Network (IVHHN)
—Information regarding health effects of volcanic ash
Stanford University School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
—Researchers at the USGS regularly collaborate with Stanford University scientists on field and lab investigations.
U.C. Berkeley Earth and Planetary Science Department
—Researchers at the USGS regularly collaborate with Berkeley scientists on field and lab investigations.