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Gamma well detectors are used to determine the ages of sediments based on activities of natural and anthropogenic radionuclide
November 6, 2018

Gamma well detectors

Gamma well detectors are used to determine the ages of sediments based on activities of natural and anthropogenic radionuclides

Image of a UIC, Inc., Coulmeter
November 6, 2018

Coulmeter

Dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) in water samples is measured with a UIC, Inc. Coulometer

Photograph of USGS and University of KwaZulu-Natal personnel in front of a shark sign on the Lower/Outer Cape, Massachusetts
October 30, 2018

Cape Cod hazards

USGS geologists Dave Foster and Wayne Baldwin and Andrew Green (University of
KwaZulu-Natal) observe coastal hazards on the Lower Cape, Massachusetts.

Image of USGS personnel collecting salt marsh sediment cores
October 3, 2018

Salt Marsh Coring

NAGT summer intern, Kelly Sanks, prepares to collect salt marsh sediment cores with her advisor, Dr. Meagan Gonneea (Cape Cod, MA).

Aerial image of Quissett Campus, Woods Hole, MA
September 24, 2018

Aerial image of Quissett Campus, Woods Hole, MA

Screenshot of a point cloud containing more than 50 million points from a photogrammetry project of the Quissett Campus.  This point cloud was created from 633 photographs taken from a unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts in July 2018

Collage of USGS staff in the field
September 20, 2018

Collage of USGS staff in the field

Upper Left:  Dann Blackwood operating the SEABOSS winch during a sampling cruise; Lower left: Bill Schwab, Laura Brothers and Emile Bergeron on the deck of a research vessel; Center Left: Tom O'Brien carrying equipment during a research cruise; Center: USGS staff deploying a seismic system from a research vessel; left: Chuck Worley ready to deploy a multibeam echosounder

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Photograph of Erika Lentz in the field
September 17, 2018

Outstanding in the field

USGS Research Geologist Dr. Erika Lentz is conducting real-time kinematic GPS surveys on barrier island dunes, part of her research looking at how coastal landscapes respond to sea-level rise.

 

Image shows USGS scientists in PFDs collecting a seismic airgun while at sea
September 6, 2018

Retrieving Seismic Airguns

USGS personnel on the deck of the R/V Hugh R. Sharp during retrieval of seismic airguns.  The streamer that receives the seismic signals generated by the airguns is towed behind the ship and is here shown

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Photograph of Atlantic spotted dolphins
August 27, 2018

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins

Atlantic spotted dolphins photographed near the R/V Hugh R. Sharp on August 27, 2018 by the protected species visual observers.

Photograph of USGS personnel retrieving airguns
August 17, 2018

Retrieving airguns

 Jenny White McKee and Pete Dal Ferro of the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center retrieve two airguns during the 2018 MATRIX cruise aboard the R/V Hugh R. Sharp.  The seismic streamer is visible on the winch in the foreground.

Photograph of 4 diesel compressors
August 17, 2018

Diesel Compressors

Four diesel-powered compressors chained to the deck of the R/V Hugh R. Sharp provided the air to power the seismic sources during the MATRIX cruise. 

Photograph of children and USGS drone pilot at the 2018 Woods Hole Science Stroll
August 11, 2018

Future Pilots!

Sandy Brosnahan, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center's Aerial Imaging and Mapping project lead, shares the display screen of a drone in flight