Sound Waves, Jan. - Feb. 2012

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The stories in the Jan. - Feb. 2012 issue of Sound Waves:

https://archive.usgs.gov/archive/sites/soundwaves.usgs.gov/2012/02/

Arctic Expedition Reaches 88.5 Degrees North Latitude—Fourth Joint U.S.-Canada Survey for Purpose of Delineating Extended Continental Shelf

Collaborative Seafloor-Mapping Program Completes Final Mapping Surveys off Massachusetts

State and Federal Agencies Partner for Seafloor-Sampling Survey off Massachusetts 

Coral Reef Disease Hits Kane‘ohe Bay, Hawai‘i

Flash Forward 100 Years: Climate Change Scenarios in California’s Bay-Delta

“Hurricane” 3D Movie and TV Series to Feature USGS Coastal Change Hazards Scientists

Public Forum On Seafloor Mapping at the Ocean Explorium in New Bedford, Massachusetts

Moving Toward a World Wide Web for Scientific Data—Working Sessions on Use Cases for Semantic-Web Development

Workshop on Fledermaus Software for Visualizing Mapping Data in 3D

Video Podcast Series Wins 2011 USGS Shoemaker Award

Sedimentologist Arnold H. Bouma Passes Away 

Views of South San Francisco Bay Before Salt-Pond Restoration

Updated USGS Video “What Lies Beneath: Using Mangrove Peat to Study Ancient Coastal Environments and Sea-Level Rise”

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