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Science Picks (Leads, Feeds, and Story Seeds) from 2005

  1. December Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 12/13/2005

    Walking in a Winter Wonderland — From icy records to mistletoe romance, December Science Picks bring a host of tips (some timely, some evergreen) on earth and natural science research and investigations.
  2. Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 11/4/2005

    November Highlights: — Time change got you down? Fall back on a few good stories. Science Picks bring the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science to you. Cover ongoing earth and natural science research, investigations, and technology — Photos and Web links are provided to enhance your story. If you would like to receive Science Picks via email, would like to change the recipient, or no longer want to receive it, please email dmakle@usgs.gov.
  3. October Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 10/12/2005

    Timely and informative, USGS has news for you. — As the nation turns its focus to restoring regions devastated by hurricanes, flooding, and earthquakes, this month’s Science Picks will highlight ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations, as well as technology at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), to help you tell the story. Photos and Web links are provided. If you are not receiving this and would like to, would like to change the recipient, or no longer want to receive it, please email dmakle@usgs.gov.
  4. September Science Picks — Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds
    September 2005 Edition on Hurricane Katrina
    open in new window
    Released: 9/13/2005

    September 2005 Edition on Hurricane Katrina — Learn the latest on how U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science is helping victims of Hurricane Katrina and how its scientific research and capabilities will help prevent vulnerabilities to future natural hazards. This special edition of Science Picks can help you cover the science behind Hurricane Katrina. Photos and Web links are provided to enhance your story.
  5. August Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 8/3/2005

    Looking for timely news? — This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations, as well as, technology at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) — photos and Web links are provided to enhance your story.
  6. Want Fiery News?...July Science Picks open in new window
    Released: 7/1/2005

    Declare your independence from boring news stories! — Fire season is upon us, and in the Southwest thousands of acres are burning. In honor of Independence Day, this month’s Science Picks are dedicated to fire — find out what happens after the smoke clears; learn about new techniques scientists are using to handle some hot topics; and discover what gives firecrackers the bang for your buck.
  7. June Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 6/2/2005

    Looking for sizzling summer science stories? — This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations as well as technology at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) — Photos and Web links are provided to enhance your story.
  8. May Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 5/6/2005

    Looking for hot science stories? — Spring has sprung and summer is just around the corner. This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations as well as technology at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) — Photos and Web links are provided to enhance your story.
  9. April Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 4/8/2005

    Looking for Earth Day story ideas? We´ve got you covered--Earthquakes, Steam Explosions, and Gold — This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations, and technology at USGS--Photos and web links are provided to enhance your story. If you would like to receive Science Picks, or change the recipient, or discontinue the service, please email dbeaulieu-hains@usgs.gov Included this month:
  10. March Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 3/3/2005

    Spring is fast approaching and Mother Nature provides the perfect backdrop for scientific discovery — In this edition find out what USGS has learned about the California landslides, and the December 26th Indian Ocean Tsunami and so much more... This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations, and technology at USGS – Photos and web links are provided to enhance your story. If you are not receiving this and would like to, or would like to change the recipient, or no longer want to receive it, please email dbeaulieu-hains@usgs.gov.
  11. February Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 2/16/2005

    February may be a short month -- but what it’s not short on is good Science stories. — This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations, and technology at USGS—Photos and Web links are provided to enhance your story. If you are not receiving this and would like to, would like to change the recipient, or no longer want to receive it, please email dbeaulieu-hains@usgs.gov.
  12. January Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds open in new window
    Released: 1/11/2005

    It’s a new year, and we’ve got a story for you. — There are great science stories everywhere. This monthly collection can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations – photos and web links are provided to enhance your story.


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