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Navigating Virtual 2020 Summer Internships During Pandemic

Thanks to the creativity and dedication of various internship programs and Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center mentors, students across the...

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Zeta’s Strong Waves Will Cause Coastal Change Along the Gulf Coast

Editor’s note: This story was updated Oct. 28 reflecting a new coastal change forecast for Zeta's impacts on Gulf Coast sandy shorelines.

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SPCMSC coral team and Ohio State researchers travel to the Florida Keys to complete coral growth study

Ilsa Kuffner, Marine Biologist with the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center, will lead a team along with collaborators from Ohio State...

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SPCMSC coral team and Ohio State researchers travel to the Florida Keys to complete coral growth study

Ilsa Kuffner, Marine Biologist with the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center, will lead a team along with collaborators from Ohio State...

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Coastal Change Hazards Team Forecasted Hurricane Delta Beach Impacts

As Hurricane Delta approached the US Gulf Coast, the USGS Coastal Change Hazards Team produced a series of forecasts for impacts on the beach. The...

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USGS: Delta will erode parts of Louisiana, Texas coasts

Editor’s note: This story updates and replaces a story published October 8, reflecting a new forecast that reduces the extent of Hurricane Delta’s...

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Coastal Change Happens! USGS Has Data and Tools to Help Coastal Communities Prepare

USGS Introduces a National Approach to Coastal Change Hazards (CCH) Science

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SPCMSC Research Scientist to present at the virtual International Conference on Coastal Engineering being held from 6-9 October 2020

SPCMSC Research Geologist Jennifer Miselis will virtually present on USGS research of three U.S. barrier island systems at the International...

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SPCMSC Mendenhall fellow presents research for Natural Hazards Mission Area

Presentation by USGS scientist Daniel Ciarletta highlights Mendenhall research to Natural Hazards Mission Area leadership and colleagues.

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“The roles of storminess and sea level rise in decadal barrier island evolution” published

A new manuscript published in Geophysical Research Letters by Davina Passeri (Research Oceanographer, SPCMSC) with USGS, USACE and academic...

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USGS Scientists Co-authored Paper on Remote Calibration of Beach Cams

Jenna Brown (MD/DE/DC WSC) and Meg Palmsten (SPCMSC) co-authored a recently-published manuscript describing a new coastal monitoring tool

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