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Discover Coastal and Marine Science of the USGS St. Petersburg

A new interactive geonarrative will take you on a guided journey to explore the research, capabilities, and history of the USGS St. Petersburg Coastal...

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Photo Roundup - September-November 2022

A selection of coastal and ocean videos and photographs from across the USGS.

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News Briefs - September-November 2022

News Briefs - featuring coastal and ocean science from across the USGS.

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USGS forecasts Tropical Storm Nicole could significantly impact southeastern beaches

A new U.S. Geological Survey coastal change forecast predicts sandy beaches and dunes in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are likely to see...

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Teaching Software to Track Coastal Change

Classifying imagery based on identifiable pixels—labeling pixels of a certain color “water” and others as “land”, for example—is known as image...

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Dr. Christina Kellogg was the invited speaker in the Florida Atlantic University (FAU)–Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI) Marine Science Seminar Series

Dr. Christina Kellogg (SPCMSC Research Microbiologist) gave an invited seminar at Florida Atlantic University on her research into mesophotic and deep...

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Innovative Paleoclimate Methods

The Climate Research & Development Program (Climate R&D) in the Ecosystems Mission Area (EMA) covers a tremendous breadth of topics important to...

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SPCMSC scientists to assist Dry Tortugas National Park with Hurricane Ian damage assessments

A team from the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center will assist the National Park Service in natural resource damage assessment...

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Coastal Change Hazards Team Forecasted Hurricane Ian Beach Impacts

As Hurricane Ian approached the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and then the southeast Atlantic coast, the USGS Coastal Change Hazards team produced a series of...

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Response and recovery, preparation and prediction

To learn more about USGS’s role in providing science to decision-makers before, during and after Hurricane Ian, visit

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Dr. Davina Passeri and team awarded funding to investigate salt marsh evolution along the South Atlantic Bight

The NOAA Effects of Sea Level Rise Program (ESLR) awarded the team $1.6M to assess marsh vulnerability, predict marsh productivity under future...

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