Making effective use of the vast amounts of data gathered by large-scale sensor networks will require scalable, self-organizing, and energy-efficient data dissemination algorithms. Previous work has identified data-centric routing as one such method. In an asso-ciated position paper , we argue that a companion method, data-centric storage (DCS), is also a useful approach. Under DCS, sensed data are stored at a node determined by the name associated with the sensed data. In this paper, we describe GHT, a Geographic Hash Table system for DCS on sensornets. GHT hashes keys into geographic coordi-nates, and stores a key-value pair at the sensor node geographically nearest the hash of its key. The system replicates stored data lo-cally to ensure persistence when nodes fail. It uses an efficient consistency protocol to ensure that key-value pairs are stored at the appropriate nodes after topological changes. And it distributes load throughout the network using a geographic hierarchy. We evaluate the performance of GHT as a DCS system in simulation against two other dissemination approaches. Our results demonstrate that GHT is the preferable approach for the application workloads predicted in , offers high data availability, and scales to large sensornet deployments, even when nodes fail or are mobile.