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Microbial Inactivation and Nutrient Removal in Aquifer Zones Targeted for Aquifer Storage and Recovery

On July 23, 2020, Dr. John Lisle (Research Microbiologist, SPCMSC) gave an invited presentation at a virtual meeting hosted by the South Florida Water...

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USGS Works to Predict and Track Isaias' Effects

To learn more about USGS’s role in providing science to decision makers before, during and after Tropical Storm Isaias, visit https://www.usgs.gov...

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Isaias Likely to Cause Extensive Erosion on S. Carolina Beaches

Wave-driven flooding behind dunes unlikely on SE Atlantic coast, USGS predicts

This news release was updated August 3 based on the latest coastal...

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SPCMSC award-winner convenes online coral disease session as part of ASM Microbe Online

Christina Kellogg (SPCMSC Research Microbiologist), in her capacity as the 2020 American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Service Award Winner...

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Coastal Change Hazards Team Demonstrates New Topobathymetric Model Fusion Technique to Navy Research Laboratory (NRL) Collaborators

SPCMSC Physical Scientist Alex Seymour presented a virtual seminar on fusing DEMs in complex landscapes to scientists in the Ocean Sciences Division...

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Coastal Change Hazards addresses the needs of our Nation’s coastlines

The USGS formally announces the establishment of a program focus on Coastal Change Hazards to coordinate research and tools needed to respond to...

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Our Nation’s Coasts – Take a Tour

The USGS  is excited to present a series of Coastal Change Hazards geonarratives that will take you on a journey to learn more about coastal change...

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International science outreach: Invited deep-sea presentation to UK

SPCMSC Research Microbiologist Christina Kellogg has been invited to give a presentation about the Microbial Ecology of Deep-Sea Corals to the...

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Lunch & Learn: Estuarine Shoreline Change Analysis

USGS Research Ecologist, Kathryn Smith, and CNT Researcher, Joseph Terrano, have been invited to present their estuarine shoreline change analysis...

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USGS scientists showcase coral disease research capabilities to Florida Disease Advisory Committee

USGS scientists from multiple centers will give 5-minute lightening presentations followed by question and answer sessions during a regularly...

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