CoreFacts: It's short on time and big on science.

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CoreFacts: It’s short on time and big on science. CoreFacts is coming Feb 4th, 2008. Subscribe today!

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CoreFacts Fast Talk Ad

[Dave Hebert, voice]

CoreFacts is science.

CoreFacts is quick.

CoreFacts is every weekday.

CoreFacts is why are some lakes full of algae and thick plants? How can I stop a male cardinal from repeatedly hitting my windows? Does the USGS monitor global warming? What was the biggest earthquake in the United States? How many glaciers are in Alaska? What can we do to protect ourselves from avian influenza? What is volcanic ash? How can I get real-time streamflow information? What is a gas hydrate? What is El Nino and what are its effects? What are some positive products from volcanoes? How have tsunamis affected the United States? What is Landsat 7? How can I find digital map data? Do minerals produce the colors in fireworks? What was the biggest landslide in the world? What is the Brown Marsh phenomenon? How are dinosaurs named? What is the Ring of Fire?

CoreFacts: It's short on time and big on science.

CoreFacts is coming February 4th. To subscribe, go to usgs.gov/podcasts.

Music credit:

"Flight of the Bumblebee" by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov