About the Gulf > Maps and other resources
- Gulf of Maine watershed map: An unusual map showing the Gulf of Maine watershed without political boundaries. To download a high-resolution version of this map (JPG, 2.2 MB), click here or on the low-resolution map below. This map may be reproduced in print or online, provided that the following credit is included: "Map created by Richard D. Kelly, Jr., Maine State Planning Office, for the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment."
- Undersea Landscapes map: An award-winning map and poster of the Gulf's landscapes, geology, and biology. To receive a printed poster, contact the Council representative in your jurisdiction. The Gulf of Maine Aquarium, with the sponsorship of several Council-member agencies, produced a Web site that complements this map. The Council also sponsored the creation of an educational supplement. This map may be reproduced, provided that the following credit is included: "Map courtesy of the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment."
- Digital bathymetry map: This map, which appears on our home page, was created by Ed Roworth and Rich Signell of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Read how they did it and view other versions.