Find out how NOAA is using the online mapping tool ERMA to help the Arctic region prepare for climate change and possible oil spills.

The Atlantic coastal environment faces many threats, including pollution from hazardous waste sites, accidents involving crude oil trains, and oil spills associated with marine transportation.

Caribbean ERMA has been used to visualize environmental response data during a regional oil spill drill and to map vessel groundings near coral reefs.

This online mapping tool for the Gulf of Mexico integrates static and real time response data from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Great Lakes ERMA is an online mapping tool facilitating coastal pollution cleanup, restoration, and response efforts in the Great Lakes Basin, from Minnesota to New York in the United States, and from Ontario to Quebec in Canada.

Gulf of Mexico ERMA integrates key information to support environmental and severe-weather responses in the Gulf of Mexico.

Pacific Islands ERMA covers the Hawaiian Islands and outlying territories. It is primarily focused on impacts from coastal storms and marine debris, including data for the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami response.

This regional ERMA allows stakeholders and communities to visualize ecological, human use and infrastructure data in a centralized location.

Southwest ERMA has played a role from the earliest days of the response and damage assessment for the 2015 Refugio beach Oil Spill near Santa Barbara CA.

The Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA®) enables a user to quickly and securely upload, manipulate, export, and display both static and real-time geographic data sets.

This instructional video introduces first-time users to ERMA, NOAA's online mapping tool for environmental disaster response, and walks you through the basic features and tools within it.