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Hurricane or Bust: How DUNEX Found Consolation in the Middle

Even without direct landfall by a major storm, a wealth of data was collected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina this hurricane season.

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Photo Roundup - November-December 2021

A selection of coastal, lake, and ocean images from across the USGS.

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Seeking Coastal and Marine Postdoctoral Research Candidates

The U.S. Geological Survey Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program is seeking candidates for several Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research...

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Native American Heritage Month: Spotlight on Troy Currence

November is Native American Heritage Month—a time to celebrate Native American heritage and pause in thankful reflection for our diverse community and...

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Photo Roundup - September-October 2021

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

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News Briefs - September-October 2021

News Briefs - featuring coastal and ocean science from across the USGS.

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USGS Participation in the 2021 SACNAS National Diversity in STEM Digital Conference

Diversity within the science community is essential to solving the world’s scientific problems. Different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives...

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National Hispanic American Heritage Month

National Hispanic American Heritage Month, September 15 through October 15, was established to recognize the achievements and contributions of...

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USGS Leadership Participates in Virtual NOMEC Conversation Hosted by the UN Decade on the Ocean

What do you know about NOMEC? And why is NOMEC important?

NOMEC is the National Ocean Mapping, Exploring and Characterization program, a national...

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Two CoastCams installed in the Outer Banks for DUNEX project

Meg Palmsten and Jenna Brown installed two CoastCams towers at Pea Island, in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, to monitor waves, water levels, and...

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