USGS Scientists Help Address Conflict Mining
USGS calculates realistic production numbers and identifies where illegal activity is taking place
The temblor that changed earthquake science turns 30
Fifty Years of Landsat: Sharing Earth information for the benefit of all
Part Two of a Six-Part Series Highlighting the 50th Anniversary of Landsat
Hurricanes may pose a threat to people along the coasts and far inland
Part Three of a Six-Part Series Highlighting USGS Hurricane Science
Magnitude 5.9 Earthquake in Khōst, Afghanistan
The USGS has up-to-date details on the June 21, 2022 event
USGS Media Alert: USGS crews continue to measure and assess Yellowstone River flood conditions and probabilities
Realtime information available online
Fifty Years of Landsat: Pioneer in Promoting Food Security from Space
The ocean holds great cultural and economic value and hosts numerous ecosystems that support life on Earth and produce valuable resources. USGS science focuses on improved understanding of many aspects of our world’s interconnected oceanic system, from the continental shelf to the deep sea.
USGS Scientific Research Results
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Science for a Changing World
We monitor, assess, and conduct targeted science research so that policy makers and the public have the understanding they need to enhance preparedness, response, and resilience.