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Interdisciplinary programs
Major research and monitoring activities focused on topics that cross or integrate multiple traditional academic categories
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PDF Geospatial Information Response Team [More info]
Interdisciplinary coordinating group within USGS to facilitate the effective collection, storage, and dissemination of geospatial data information and products during an emergency.
John Wesley Powell Center for Analysis and Synthesis [More info]
Interdisciplinary studies are facilitated by this assemblage of meeting space, human resources, and computing capabilities.
Priority ecosystem studies initiative [More info]
Description of the priority ecosystems studies initiative with links to projects in Chesapeake Bay, Greater Yellowstone, Mojave Desert, Platte River, Salton Sea, San Francisco, and south Florida.
PDF Regional climate change--Science in the Southeast [More info]
Research projects intended to create regional and national data that conform to conditions predicted by general circulation models, so that land and wildlife managers can understand the likely consequences of climatic changes in their areas of study.
PDF The USGS and the Gulf of Mexico [More info]
Explains coordination of the work of several USGS science centers around issues affecting the Gulf of Mexico.
USGS Global Change Science [More info]
Broad overview of USGS research and monitoring designed to understand current changes in the context of prehistoric and recent earth processes, distinguishing between natural and human-influenced changes, and recognizing ecological and physical responses
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