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 Department of Interior UAS pilots
December 31, 2018

UAS pilots at Kilauea

 Department of Interior UAS pilots from left to right – Elizabeth Pendleton (USGS, Woods Hole, MA), Colin Milone (Office of Aviation Services, AK), John Vogel (USGS; Flagstaff, AZ), Sandy Brosnahan (USGS, Woods Hole, MA), Brandon Forbes (USGS; Tuscon, AZ), Chris Holmquist-Johnson

Geologic sections illustrating general distributions and thickness of seismic stratigraphic units Marthas Vineyard, Nantucket
December 31, 2018

Nantucket and Marthas Vineyard geologic illustrations

Geologic sections (C-C', D-D', and E-E') illustrating the general distributions and thicknesses of seismic stratigraphic units and major unconformities in the Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket study areas. The geologic sections were produced from chirp seismic-reflection profile interpretations.The Uunconformity is a dashed line to denote that it is

Image showing the deployment of seismic equipment from a research vessel, examples of seismic data, and examples of seismic
December 31, 2018

Seismic Collage

Image showing a collage of examples of multi-channel and single-channel seismic data collected by the USGS, seismic equipment deployed from a research vessel, and seismic equipment on a research vessel.  These data are critical to the CMG Program as they define the geology in marine and coastal environments.

Ion Chromatograph
November 14, 2018

Ion Chromatograph

 Major ions such as Sulfate and Chloride are measured with an Ion Chromatograph

Image of a well sensor located in a salt marsh
November 8, 2018

Salt Marsh Well Sensor

A well sensor continuously monitors salinity, temperature, and water level in a salt marsh, Cape Cod, MA