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Before-and-After Photos: SE Beach Dunes Lost to Hurricane Matthew

These figures are derived from USGS experts' preliminary review of USGS low-altitude before-and-after images along the coast and NOAA photographs...

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Recent Publications - October-December 2018

List of USGS publications on coastal and marine research, published in October-December of 2018

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Before and After Photos: SE Beach Dunes Lost to Hurricane Matthew

New low-altitude aerial photos of Southeastern beaches taken before and after Hurricane Matthew passed offshore show a new storm-cut inlet, and roads...

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Recent Publications - August-September 2018

List of USGS publications on coastal and marine research, published in August-September of 2018

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USGS Research Oceanographer Hosts Visiting Scholars to Collaborate on CFD Modeling of Sand and Oil Agglomerates

USGS oceanographer Soupy Dalyander hosts Master's researcher Melanie Schippers and her advisor from Deltares, Niels Jacobsen.

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Sound Waves Newsletter - August-September 2016

USGS helps the Government of India discover large, highly enriched, producible accumulations of natural gas hydrate in the Bay of Bengal, USGS re...

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Duke TIP Summer Programs Visit USGS

Students from the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP), a summer program for middle and high school students, visited the USGS St. Petersburg...

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This hurricane season, scientists bring wave action into the picture

New USGS models help predict storm effects on beaches

As the 2016 hurricane season opens, weather forecasters, emergency managers and coastal residents...

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USGS Names New Director of St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center

Cheryl J. Hapke begins work this week as the Director of the U.S. Geological Survey’s St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center.
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Ocean Warming Affecting Florida Reefs

Late-summer water temperatures near the Florida Keys were warmer by nearly 2 degrees Fahrenheit in the last several decades compared to a century...

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National Marine Educators Attend Conference in St. Petersburg, FL

Educators and scientists traveled to St. Petersburg, FL, to participate in the 28th annual National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) conference on...

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