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Invasive Snakehead Population Discovered, Removed from Manatee River Drainage, Florida

The goldline snakehead (formerly known as the "bullseye snakehead") is native to Asia, but has been introduced in Florida waters. 

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Event: Explore USGS Careers in Florida and the Caribbean

Have you ever wondered what it takes to pursue a career with the U.S. Geological Survey? Join us Thursday, February 23rd, 2023, to learn about the...

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Coastal marsh responses to rising seas: Surface elevation dynamics in coastal marshes along the northwestern Gulf of Mexico

This article is part of the Fall 2022 issue of the Earth Science Matters Newsletter. 

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EXPRESS 2022 Expedition: NOAA Fisheries Expertise

NOAA Fisheries is responsible for the stewardship of the nation's ocean resources and their habitat. The agency provides vital services for the nation...

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EXPRESS 2022 Expedition: USGS Expertise

Researchers from USGS, NOAA, MBARI and BOEM are participating in a 10-day research expedition to assess benthic habitats and associated biota on the U...

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Joint Expedition Explores West Coast Wind Sites for Deep-Sea Corals, Sponges, and Fish

Scientists from NOAA Fisheries and the U.S. Geological Survey have embarked on an expedition to explore deep-sea sites being considered for...

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Photo Roundup - July-August 2022

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

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Deep Dive: Biological Communities in Escanaba Trough

There is a familiar saying that “good things come in small packages”, meaning that the size of something may not indicate its value or importance or...

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As sea levels rise on U.S. coasts, saline wetlands are expected to displace freshwater wetlands, croplands, forests and pastures

With accelerated sea-level rise, landward migration of coastal wetlands will not fully compensate for seaward losses

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Hurricanes can spread invasive species if they survive the ride

The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through November 30. Throughout the season, the U.S. Geological Survey will be providing science...

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Tribal and First Nation Partners from New England and New York Participate in a Clean Water Act Training

All U.S. government agencies must fulfill the Federal trust responsibility of protecting and supporting the people, property, and self-government of...

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Sea-Level Rise Scenario Fact Sheets Win 2021 Shoemaker Award for Communication Product Excellence

Researchers funded by the Southeast CASC and affiliated with the USGS Wetland and Aquatic Research Center won the 2021 Eugene M. Shoemaker...

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