User: MannyDantyla (reddit)
Number of maps: 18
Average score: 18
Homepage on reddit: https://reddit.com/u/MannyDantyla
1 - 18 of 18 MannyDantyla's maps:

a map of the more than 45,000 current and historical weather stations, and nothing else
New map from NASA of aerosol components around the world
Status of the Paris Climate Agreement, by nation. Currently 173 nations have ratified it, 22 have signed the agreement but have yet to ratify it, and 1 country is trying to withdraw.
Loudness map of the U.S. if humans didn't exist. This is during the day, in the summer.
U.S. elections infrastructure - electronic vs paper ballots. The Department of Homeland Security says U.S. voting system remains vulnerable 6 months before Election Day.
Identification requirements for voting in the United States
The best subway map of San Francisco I've yet to find - perfect for visitors
Map of things to do around Pikes Peak, Colorado that I made last year. Mostly for offroading in a Jeep.
NOAA: “This is shaping up to be a potentially unprecedented flood season”
This is how the world looked last night from the Suomi NPP satellite. Link to interact web version in comments
NASA satellites (Grace FO) can measure soil moisture in top few inches of earth. Lack of Autumn rain storms from Pacific Ocean left very very dry conditions in California and PNW.
Map showing where water-related interactions are likely to happen within the next 50 to 100 years, given current trends in climate change and population growth.
Current snow melt levels in the Rocky Mountain river basins. This is the water source for the Colorado River which provides water for Los Angeles, Phoenix, Los Vegas, and many other cities.
Forests of the western United States, ranked by potential to sequester the most carbon.
United States cannabis programs. (Note: since the publishing of the map, Nebraska has an initiative moving forward on legalization of medicinal cannabis)
The United States visualized by distance to the nearest McDonald's
I made a map of all the places I've been. I saw someone else on here do the same thing and it looked like fun.
You can sail in a straight line from Alaska to Norway
histomania
best photos you will ever see
mapmania
for the map obsessed
partmarine
boat parts and history
shutterstock
marine life photography