The Missouri Department of Natural Resources takes a holistic approach in the protection and wise use of our natural resources. The department collects, stores, processes, produces and uses a variety of environmental data and other natural resource data. Data is also collected through various sources including federal agencies, other state departments, contractors and the regulated community. This information is provided in a variety of mediums and formats. Learn more about what data we produce and obtain and the steps we take to ensure its accuracy.

Data Quality Management
Steps taken during the collection and analysis process to ensure valid data
Understanding Data
How to read and interpret sample analysis results, maps and diagrams
Missouri Gateway for Environmental Management (MoGEM)
Online portal for the regulated community to conduct business and submit data to MoDNR
ArcGIS Services
Open source geospatial data, applications and map viewers
Environmental Emergency Response Tracking Systems
Search MEERTS and MERLIN for reported hazardous substance emergencies and releases
Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)
Online database of all analytical data analyzed at the department laboratory
Air Data and e-Services
Emissions Inventory System (MoEIS), air quality data, air monitoring sites
Energy Data and e-Services
Energy consumption, prices, expenditures and statistics
Land and Geology Data and e-Services
GeoSTRAT, GeoEdge, Well Information (WIMS), map repository, well logs
Missouri State Parks
Reserve a campground site, cabin or lodging room
Waste and Recycling Data and e-Services
Environmental Site Tracking (E-Start), Solid Waste Management, sites and facilities
Water Data and e-Services
Clean Water Information (MoCWIS), boil orders, groundwater observation wells
Document Search
Search thousands of documents in one location for easy access
Request a Compliance Assistance Visit
Helping regulated facilities understand environmental regulations to avoid violations
Report an Environmental Concern
Let us know if you witness something that may threaten public health or the environment