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Media Alert: The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology and U.S. Geological Survey announce low-level helicopter flights in Southwest Montana

Media Alert: The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology and U.S. Geological Survey announce low-level helicopter flights in Southwest Montana

Editor: In the public interest and in accordance with the Federal Aviation Administration regulations, the MBMG and USGS are announcing this low-level...

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Media Alert: Low-level helicopter flights along Colorado-Wyoming border will study mineral potential

Media Alert: Low-level helicopter flights along Colorado-Wyoming border will study mineral potential

Editor: In the public interest and in accordance with the Federal Aviation Administration regulations, the CGS, the WSGS and the USGS are announcing...

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Tap water study detects PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ across the US

Tap water study detects PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ across the US

At least 45% of the nation’s tap water is estimated to have one or more types of the chemicals known as per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances, or...

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Secretary Haaland, Leaders Celebrate New U.S. Geological Survey / University of Hawai’i Facility to Support Volcano Monitoring & Ecosystem Restoration

Secretary Haaland, Leaders Celebrate New U.S. Geological Survey / University of Hawai’i Facility to Support Volcano Monitoring & Ecosystem Restoration

This release was originally shared by the Department of the Interior. 

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Elevated Arsenic in Grand Canyon Region Groundwater Sites Likely from Natural Sources

Elevated Arsenic in Grand Canyon Region Groundwater Sites Likely from Natural Sources

About 12% of 230 groundwater sites sampled in the Grand Canyon region over 45 years show arsenic concentrations greater than the U.S. Environmental...

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Yurok Tribe collects 500 square miles of lidar data in Yurok Territory

Yurok Tribe collects 500 square miles of lidar data in Yurok Territory

USGS-backed project strengthens Tribe’s sovereignty, natural resources management capacity

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USGS desarrolla una nueva capacidad de pronosticar probabilidades de cambios costeros relacionados con tormentas en Puerto Rico

USGS desarrolla una nueva capacidad de pronosticar probabilidades de cambios costeros relacionados con tormentas en Puerto Rico

USGS develops new capability to forecast probability of storm-related coastal change in Puerto Rico

USGS develops new capability to forecast probability of storm-related coastal change in Puerto Rico

In a changing ecosystem, Yellowstone grizzly bears are resilient

In a changing ecosystem, Yellowstone grizzly bears are resilient

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem have been able to gain the body fat they need for hibernation even as population...

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USGS Invests Millions in Critical-Minerals Mapping in Alaska

USGS Invests Millions in Critical-Minerals Mapping in Alaska

ANCHORAGE, Alaska. — The U.S. Geological Survey will invest more than $5.8 million to map critical-mineral resources in Alaska in partnership with the...

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New Online Maps for Exploring Groundwater Levels in Arizona

New Online Maps for Exploring Groundwater Levels in Arizona

“Groundwater is a critical water resource in Arizona, and mostly invisible” said Fred Tillman, USGS research hydrologist and lead author of the study...

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Media Alert: The Wyoming State Geological Survey and U.S. Geological Survey announce low-level helicopter flights in Central Wyoming

Media Alert: The Wyoming State Geological Survey and U.S. Geological Survey announce low-level helicopter flights in Central Wyoming

The new airborne geophysical survey data will be collected using a helicopter and will fly over parts of central Wyoming, weather permitting. The...

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