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Congressional Briefing Series

The USGS Congressional Briefing Series began in 1999, in order to increase Congressional awareness of the role and relevance of USGS science in the public policy debate and to ensure that science is at the table when Congress is making decisions. The Office of Communications coordinates the series, working with USGS scientists and key partners in other government and non-government organizations to demonstrate how USGS science is used to support decisions at many levels across the Nation. Each year, the series presents approximately four briefings on specific topics ranging from avian influenza and earthquakes to Landsat and ground water. This website provides links to the briefings; it includes links to presentations, biographies of speakers, partner and sponsor websites, and other information for each briefing.

 

Start with Science

2014 Briefings

2013 Briefings

2012 Briefings

2011 Briefings

2010 Briefings

USGS Climate Change Science:
Exploring the Past, Observing the Present, Forecasting the Future

2009 Briefings

2008 Briefings

2007 Briefings

 

Natural Hazards Science

Topics in this briefing series include:

2006 Briefings


2005 Briefings



Science, Society, Solutions

Topics in this briefing series include:

2004 Briefings

2003 Briefings

2002 Briefings

2001 Briefings

2000 Briefings

1999 Briefings

For more information about this briefing series, please contact the USGS Office of Communications.

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