USGS post-Ian science continues
Crews currently repairing streamgages, collecting sensors and measuring floodwaters
Energy development in migration corridors affects mule deer access to best forage
Response and recovery, preparation and prediction
How the USGS is dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Florida and its second U.S. landfall in South Carolina
Revisiting a Marine Mammal Mystery, with the Help of New Data and Powerful Statistics
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A Martian landscape right at home
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