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people on beach
September 21, 2016

Field work

USGS scientists doing real time kinematic measurements with a GPS pole on intertidal section of beach.

A man stands smiling for the camera, in front of a display set out under a tent at a fair.
August 6, 2016

Tarandeep at Science Stroll 2016

Tarandeep Kalra, Sediment Transport Group Scientific Programmer, setting up computer-generated simulations from a three-dimensional modeling system. This was a display at the Woods Hole Science Stroll on August 6, 2016.

A man talks with another man and two young boys about a tripod structure fitted with instruments.
August 6, 2016

Seth at the Woods Hole Science Stroll 2016

Seth Ackerman, Sea-Floor Mapping Group Geologist, answering questions about Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center’s underwater video capabilities and data collection tools.

Photograph of a restored tidal restriction at Bass Creek, Cape Cod, MA.
August 4, 2016

Restored tidal restriction at Bass Creek, Cape Cod, MA

Photograph of a restored tidal restriction at Bass Creek, Cape Cod, MA.

USGS and collaborators build research infrastructure at a salt marsh research site
August 4, 2016

Team Building!

USGS and collaborators from Marine Biological Laboratory and Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve building research infrastructure at a salt marsh field site (Cape Cod, MA).

Image shows four men standing in cave diving gear
July 31, 2016

The Research Crew

Ox Bel Ha Cave Project Field Team Members (left to right) David Brankovits (TAMUG), Jake Emmert (Moody Gardens), John Pohlman (USGS), and Francisco Bautista De La Cruz (Speleotech).

Spiny Sunstar (Crossaster papposus), yellow encrusting Crumb of Bread Sponge (Halichondria panacea) on rock (top center)
July 15, 2016

Spiny Sunstar

Digital still photograph from Massachusetts Bay near Scituate, MA showing Spiny Sunstar (Crossaster papposus), yellow encrusting Crumb of Bread Sponge (Halichondria panacea) on rock (top center), white tubular (right bottom corner) and boulders covered in pink bubblegum algae. Water depth at this location is approximately 27 meters.

talking on beach
June 30, 2016

Discussing coastal change

USGS scientists discuss coastal change with uniformed NPS resource managers on a barrier island beach.

Seven men and women stand together, in front of flags on a stage, smiling for the camera and holding awards.
May 31, 2016

Winners of the USGS 2016 Shoemaker Award for Communication Excellence

In May 2016, Susan Russell-Robinson (Associate Coordinator of the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program, third from right) and Dave Applegate (USGS Associate Director for Natural Hazards, left) celebrated with the team whose website “USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program (CMGP, https://marine.usgs.gov/) received the USGS 2016

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Marinna Martini is deploying a weather buoy off the coast of Plymouth MA
May 26, 2016

Weather buoy deployment off Plymouth, MA

Marinna Martini is deploying a weather buoy off the coast of Plymouth Ma.

A specialized wave buoy was deployed at the site farthest from shore to measure the height, period, and direction of surface waves and telemeter the data to the Coastal Data Information Program (CDIP)

Hatteras Island (NC), shown here with a piping plover nest protected by a predator exclosure.
May 23, 2016

Piping Plover nest protected by a predator exclosure

The beach-dependent shorebirds project at the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center models current and future habitat availability for nesting shorebirds in an effort to map current and likely future habitat availability on a range of sites along the U.S. Atlantic coast. Sites include Hatteras Island (NC), shown here with a piping plover nest protected by a predator

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