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Date published: July 31, 2017

Richard Signell Receives the 2017 CDI Leadership and Innovation Award

The USGS Community for Data Integration (CDI) honored Richard Signell with the 2017 CDI Leadership and Innovation Award.

Date published: July 31, 2017

Massachusetts Senate Visits the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center

Members and staff of the Massachusetts State Senate visited the USGS Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center with specific requests to discuss economic-development issues around topics including offshore wind energy, sea-level rise impacts, storm preparedness, beach erosion, and wetland loss.

Date published: July 31, 2017

Recent Coastal and Marine Fieldwork - June-July 2017

USGS scientists visited more than 26 locations in the last two months, studying the ocean floor near landslides, collecting coral cores to study land-use changes, comparing airplanes and drones for mapping, and much more.

Date published: July 7, 2017

USGS Scientists to Track Effects of Historic Lake Ontario Flooding

Media Alert: Reporters wishing to accompany USGS scientists in the field the week of July 10 should contact Bill Coon, 607-220-6280 or wcoon@usgs.gov by 5 pm EDT Friday, July 7.

Date published: May 31, 2017

News Briefs - May 2017

Coastal and marine news highlights from across the USGS

This article is part of the May 2017 issue of the Sound Waves newsletter.

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May 31, 2017

Sound Waves Newsletter - May 2017

Scientists prepare for hurricane season with new tools and data, southern California could lose up to two-thirds of its beaches by 2100, real-time public engagement during deep-water remotely operated vehicle dives, PCMSC women’s panel discuss their careers to inspire girls, Sam Johnson is keynote speaker at geological conference in South Africa, and more in this May 2017 issue of Sound Waves. 

Date published: May 31, 2017

Scientists Prepare for Hurricane Season with New Tools and Data that Advance Forecasting of Storm Impacts

As hurricane season officially begins, scientists with the USGS National Assessment of Coastal Change Hazards (NACCH) project are ready to provide scientific information, data, and tools to guide hurricane response and recovery efforts for U.S. shorelines. 
 

Date published: May 31, 2017

Recent Coastal and Marine Fieldwork - May 2017

USGS scientists visited more than 13 locations in the last month, studying methane seeps, mapping beaches with drones, collecting seafloor samples, and much more. 

Date published: May 31, 2017

Real-Time Public Engagement in Deep-Water Remotely Operated Vehicle Dives at Methane Seeps

Outreach activities were a critical component of the remotely operated vehicle research cruise during which USGS scientists teamed with collaborators to explore the seafloor at methane seeps on the U.S. Mid-Atlantic margin aboard the R/V Hugh R. Sharp

Date published: May 8, 2017

Ocean Absorption of Carbon Dioxide More than Makes Up for Methane Emissions from Seafloor Methane Seeps

U.S., Norwegian, and German scientists report back on the surprising results of an Arctic Ocean research expedition. 

Date published: April 30, 2017

Sound Waves Newsletter - April 2017

Coral reef erosion leaves coastal communities at risk, new report published on the seaward extent of remaining Arctic subsea permafrost, USGS researchers complete the Unmanned Aerial Systems certification training, Guy Gelfenbaum takes over as director of the USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center, Robert Rosenbauer retires from the USGS, and more in this April 2017 issue of Sound...

Date published: April 30, 2017

News Briefs - April 2017

Coastal and marine news highlights from across the USGS

This article is part of the April 2017 issue of the Sound Waves newsletter.

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