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Below are images, video and podcasts associated with SBSC's science and staff. Images appear according to the year they were taken. To search, click 'View All,' and type a keyword or select a year from the dropdown menu. Or, click through the pages using the arrows at the bottom of the page. 

Images

A researcher holds up a 1900s historic photograph with the same landscape in view in a repeat photography study
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Repeat photography matching in action
Staff profile photo of Rebecca Finger-Higgens, wearing a backpack in Canyonlands, UT during fieldwork
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Rebecca Finger-Higgens staff photo
Staff profile photo of Shannon Sartain, wearing a USGS cap
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Shannon Sartain staff profile photo
Screenshot of a frame in Mapping biocrust with UAS technology in Moab, Utah USGS video that shows biocrusts
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Screenshot of "Mapping biocrust with UAS technology in Moab, Utah" USGS video
A staff profile photo of Gregor Siegmund
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Gregor-Fausto Siegmund staff profile photo
A SM4 bat detector and recorder is placed on top of a pole in Grand Canyon as part of a study
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A SM4 bat detector that records ultrasonic ball calls is placed on top of a pole in Grand Canyon as part of a study

Videos

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B-Roll of Lees Ferry
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Animal Interactions at Wind Energy Facilities – Gray Fox
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Animal Interactions at Wind Energy Facilities – Western Spotted Skunk
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Animal Interactions at Wind Energy Facilities – Bobcat
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Animal Interactions at Wind Energy Facilities – American Black Bear
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Animal Interactions at Wind Energy Facilities – Coyotes

Audio

Outstanding in the Field - Episode 9 artwork. Scientist in the field studying biocrusts.
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USGS Outstanding in the Field: Biocrusts (Ep. 9)
Outstanding in the Field - Episode 6 artwork
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USGS Outstanding in the Field - Not Enough Beaches in Grand Canyon?
Ecosystems Podcast Series Episode 5 artwork
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Outstanding in the Field (Ep 5): Fish in the Grand Canyon
Outstanding in the field podcast album art
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Outstanding in the Field (Ep 2): Citizen Science—Your Data in Action