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Date published: January 31, 2018

DOI’s Highest Award Given to Susan Russell-Robinson, Former Associate Program Coordinator for Coastal and Marine Geology

On October 3, 2017, Susan L. Russell-Robinson was presented with the Department of the Interior’s Distinguished Service Award.

Date published: January 31, 2018

Highlights from the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting

About 200 USGS researchers attended the annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in New Orleans, Louisiana, to give presentations to their peers, learn about cutting-edge science, and plan joint projects.

Date published: January 31, 2018

Sound Waves Newsletter - January 2018

Studying earthquake hazards along a large, fast-moving fault off southeast Alaska, successful Open House at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz, highlights from the largest scientific meeting and conference in San Francisco, honoring the 42-year career of Associate Program Coordinator for USGS coastal and marine geology, and more in this January 2018 issue of Sound...

Date published: January 31, 2018

News Briefs - January 2018

Coastal and marine news highlights from across the USGS

    This article is part of the January 2018 issue of the Sound Waves newsletter.

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    Date published: January 31, 2018

    Forty-Two Years of Service to the USGS: Susan Russell-Robinson

    Associate Coordinator for the Coastal and Marine Geology Program, Susan Russell-Robinsonn retires after 42 years with the USGS.

    Date published: January 31, 2018

    Expedition along a Hazardous, Fast-Moving Fault off Southeast Alaska—the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault

    USGS scientists hope to learn more about the earthquake hazards that this large, fast-moving fault poses to communities and tourists in Alaska and Canada.

    January 31, 2018

    Sound Waves Newsletter - January 2018

    Studying earthquake hazards along a large, fast-moving fault off southeast Alaska, successful Open House at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz, highlights from the largest scientific meeting and conference in San Francisco, honoring the 42-year career of Associate Program Coordinator for USGS coastal and marine geology, and more in this January 2018 issue of Sound Waves.

    Date published: January 31, 2018

    Open House Welcomes Enthusiastic Visitors to Santa Cruz Office

    Scientists at the USGS offices in Santa Cruz, California participated in the Open House on Saturday, December 9, 2017, excited to share their science with the community.

    Date published: January 29, 2018

    Elementary school students visit USGS office in Santa Cruz

    On January 17, 4th and 5th graders from De Laveaga Elementary School visited the USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz, California.

    Date published: January 25, 2018

    CMGP Lidar Coordinator participating in National Elevation Assessments and Coordination session at 2018 ASPRS Annual Conference

    Xan Fredericks, Lidar Coordinator for the Coastal and Marine Geology Program, will moderate and participate in the National Elevation Assessments and Coordination session at the 2018 American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Annual Conference.

    Date published: January 24, 2018

    TV interview with NBC Philadelphia about flooding threats to U.S. East Coast

    USGS geologist Patrick Barnard gave a live interview to Philadelphia's NBC10 meteorologist Tammie Souza on January 23 during a national weather conference in Lake Tahoe, California.

    Date published: January 17, 2018

    USGS scientist explains how king tides provide a glimpse of future sea levels

    USGS geologist Patrick Barnard spoke to the public at a “Coffee and King Tides” gathering held in Half Moon Bay, California, on December 4.