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In March, the U.S. Geological Survey New England Water Science Center attended the 2024 Northeast Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America. 

Held in Manchester, New Hampshire, USGS was a sponsor at the event and had an exhibit booth during the three-day conference. The meeting included poster and technical sessions by topic, with scientists presenting completed or ongoing research in 15-minute blocks.

Scientists from the New England Water Science Center who discussed their work include: Maxwell Meadows, Richard Moore, Janet Barclay, Denise Argue, Philip Harte, and Ian Armstrong. 

Hydrologists Andrea Tokranov and Janet Barclay also co-hosted technical sessions on PFAS and groundwater and surface water modeling, respectively, and hydrologist Melissa Lombard hosted a poster presentation on trace elements found in the environment.

USGS scientists from other centers also presented their research at the conference, including: the Florence Bascom Geoscience Center, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center, the Eastern Ecological Science Center, the Water Resources Mission Area, and the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program.

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