This website is the home of the US governments open data. It searching across datasets from US departments and agencies. Use the 'Data' to search for open source datasets related to your research or course project. You can also go to individual US government agency websites to find more data.
This is the homepage for NCBI. NCBI is a division of the National Library of Medicine. It provides access to biomedical and genomic information through numerous databases. Check out the Resource List and Popular Sources to find data related to gene and genome sequences, information on chemical structures, identifiers, chemical and physical properties, biological activities, patents, health, safety, toxicity data via PubChem, and taxonomy information for over 160,000 organisms.
This website contains a list of Indigenous Nations' websites across Arizona, California, and Nevada. The Nations' websites hold some data and could serve as a starting point if you need data related to an Indigenous Nation within our geographical location.
This webpage from the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has links to national, state, and regional sites that hold reports and data related to climate change, water, conservation, and natural resources.
This is a historical map collection housed in the UNLV Libraries’ Division of Special Collection. It dates from the 17th century to the present that explore the American West, the American Southwest, Nevada, and Southern Nevada. The maps document the cartographic history and context of this region, telescoping in scale from the Western Hemisphere to the streets of Las Vegas.