New Research Reveals Alarming Future for California's Coastline
Florida corals are bleaching due to high water temperatures
As much of the world grapples with historic heat waves exacerbated by climate change and the ongoing El Nino event, ocean temperatures are also on the rise.
Celebrate National Ocean Month!
Check out these ten ocean field sites you've got to "sea" to believe
Meet the Coastal Science Navigator
Learn more about this new product to help you find useful USGS coastal data and tools
Learn how wetlands can naturally help with climate change impacts
A window of opportunity for coastal resilience
How coral restoration could help mitigate the effects of sea-level rise
Coastal Science Informs Dredging Efforts at Columbia River Mouth
Data helps managers strategically place materials, reduce erosion
Coastal Change Likelihood Assessment
A synthesis of factors that determine future coastal change
Coral Reefs as National, Natural Infrastructure
USGS Research Geologist Curt Storlazzi explains how healthy coral reefs in places like the Caribbean and Pacific Islands serve as national, natural infrastructure
Deep-Sea Expedition with USGS, NOAA, and BOEM Explores West Coast Wind Sites
Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program
Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program scientists and staff study coastal and ocean resources and processes from shorelines and estuaries to the continental shelf and deep sea.