Join us on August 1 to learn more about the anatomy of flooding: What are the different causes of these extreme events, and how is USGS science helping prepare residents for future foods.
These 3 young scientists have forged ahead with innovative research at the frontiers of science. Learn more
Dust storms July 21-22 blinded motorists, grounded flights and knocked out electricity. What’s causing the dust storms?
The majority of the nation is facing dry conditions; in most areas drought conditions are expected to persist or intensify. Read more
7 p.m.—Public lecture (also live-streamed over the Internet)
Join us in Menlo Park for our Evening Lecture on Scanning the Seafloor with Sound!
This year, a large dead zone again threatens the Gulf of Mexico. Read more
Join us for the July Public Lecture on Invasive Species!
A contest to celebrate 40 years of Landsat. Read more
USGS-led survey finds that national wildlife refuges rate highly with visitors.
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