Related to library inquiries, much of the country's population is experiencing flooding or drought conditions at the moment, the USGS information sources may be of interest:
Note, when I help people in the library, I show them how to layer all the USGS data, such as maps through time, geologic maps, hydrologic maps, streamgages, earthquake events, oil/gas well maps, mineral maps, and so on, in Google Earth, which they can save to their desktop/laptop for meetings and outreach events...
Trinity River Flooding, Texas, Landsat imagery: http://remotesensing.usgs.gov/gallery/gallery.php?cat=3#415
Comparison of Streamflow Maps
Water news stories:
Colorado high waters take toll; two dead, two more presumed dead
River level to be eased Tuesday
Kayaker killed in accident was popular Snowmass ski instructor
If your agency is at Denver Federal Center or in the Denver area and you have natural hazards and(or) man-made hazards handouts for the public, I can add them to my outreach in the library...
Please stay safe, and enjoy the day!