Sound Waves Newsletter - February-March 2019

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The February-March 2019 issue of Sound Waves is available.

The stories in the February-March 2019 issue of Sound Waves:

Cover Story

Rising Seas and Storms Could Seriously Damage California's Coast within 30 Years
In less than 30 years the combination of 10 inches of sea-level rise plus an extreme storm along California’s coast could flood more than 150,000 residents and impact over $30 billion in property value. 

News Briefs

Highlighted USGS Coastal and Marine News

Research

USGS Uses Drone to Measure Methane Escaping from Arctic Permafrost: Low-Cost Method Fills Gap in Detection Techniques
The USGS has developed a low-cost technique for making detailed measurements of methane escaping from thawing permafrost in coastal Arctic bluffs.

Recent Fieldwork

Recent Coastal and Marine Fieldwork
USGS scientists visited several coastal and offshore locations, looking for polluted sediment in Washington, monitoring beach changes in California, studying dune restoration in New Jersey, and much more. Here’s a quick overview of some recent fieldwork by our researchers.

Meetings

Predicting Coastal Storm Impacts: 4th COAWST Model Training
The USGS has been leading the development of a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Waves-Sediment Transport (COAWST) Modeling System.

Staff and Center News

Two New Research Oceanographers at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz, California
The USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center welcomed two new permanent employees in January 2019: research oceanographers Amy Gartman and Sean Vitousek.

Social Media Highlights

Highlights from USGS social media

Photo Roundup

A selection of coastal and marine images from across the USGS

Recent Publications

List of Recent Publications

 

Archive of Past Issues (1999 - 2018)

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