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Date published: October 10, 2019

Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Centers 2018 Annual Report

The 2018 annual report of the U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center summarizes the work of the center, as well as the work of each of its science groups, highlights accomplishments of 2018, and includes a list of publications published in 2018.

 

Date published: October 9, 2019

How We Respond: Community Responses to Climate Change

The American Association for the Advancement of Science just launched “How We Respond: Community Responses to Climate Change” – an initiative that highlights the innovative ways communities are using science to respond to climate change at a local level through a series of multimedia stories and an accompanying report.

Date published: October 1, 2019

Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program (CMHRP) Lidar Coordinator/National Geospatial Program (NGP) Associate National Map Liaison presenting and moderating at the URISA GIS-Pro 2019 Conference

Xan Fredericks, Lidar Coordinator for the CMHRP and Associate National Map Liaison to Florida, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands for the NGP, is presenting three sessions at the 57th Annual URISA GIS-Pro Conference.

Date published: September 30, 2019

USGS Scientists Participate in a Gulf of Mexico Gas Hydrate Pressure Coring Project

In summer 2019, scientists from the USGS Gas Hydrates Project travelled from Woods Hole to the University of Texas (UT) to lead a deep-biosphere study of the microbiological communities associated with gas hydrate.

Date published: September 30, 2019

Recent Publications - August-September 2019

List of recent USGS publications and data releases based on coastal and marine research.

Date published: September 30, 2019

News Briefs - August-September 2019

Coastal and marine news highlights from across the USGS

This article is part of the August-September 2019 issue of the Sound Waves newsletter.

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Date published: September 30, 2019

Sound Waves Newsletter - August-September 2019

USGS leads study of microbiological communities associated with gas hydrate, presents coastal change forecast and pre- and post-storm photos of areas affected by Hurricane Dorian, provides foundation for emergency preparedness wherever and whenever disaster strikes, estimates trillions of cubic feet of natural gas hydrate in Alaska, and more in this August-September 2019 issue of Sound...

Date published: September 30, 2019

Photo Roundup - August-September 2019

A selection of coastal and marine images from across the USGS

Date published: September 30, 2019

Recent Coastal and Marine Fieldwork - August-September 2019

This was a busy field season for USGS scientists! We visited numerous locations to collect seawater and sediment samples, and to map beaches, rivers, marshes, and offshore areas. Here’s a quick overview of some fieldwork by our scientists.

Date published: September 19, 2019

USGS scientists travel to the Rockaways in New York to conduct shoreface geophysical survey

A shoreface geophysical survey will take place from 23 September to 15 October 2019 along Rockaway Beach, NY. The Rockaways are comprised of National Park Service (NPS) lands, public beaches, and the private community of Breezy Point, all of which were impacted by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Date published: September 18, 2019

SPCMSC researcher invited to speak at Queen’s University Beaty Water Research Centre Seminar Series in Canada

SPCMSC researcher Davina Passeri presented her research on integrated modeling of coastal processes in a changing environment at the Queen’s University Beaty Water Research Centre Seminar Series in Kingston, Canada.

Date published: September 18, 2019

USGS Hazard Science – Understanding the Risks is Key to Preparedness

 Learn About USGS Hazards Science and More About National Preparedness Month:  The very nature of natural hazards means that they have the potential to impact a majority of Americans every year.  USGS science provides part of the foundation for emergency preparedness whenever and wherever disaster strikes.