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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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Media Alert: The USGS and agencies from four states announce low-level airplane flights in the Central Great Plains

Media Alert: The USGS and agencies from four states announce low-level airplane flights in the Central Great Plains

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

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Law helps map critical mineral resources in Alabama

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law helps map critical mineral resources in Alabama

The U.S. Geological Survey is providing more than $1 million to map critical mineral resources in Alabama in partnership with the Geological Survey of...

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Joint Wyoming State Geological Survey-U.S. Geological Survey Effort to Study Mineral Resources in Central Wyoming

Joint Wyoming State Geological Survey-U.S. Geological Survey Effort to Study Mineral Resources in Central Wyoming

Scientists from the Wyoming State Geological Survey and the U.S. Geological Survey have launched a collaborative effort to collect a large swath of...

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New science informs extent of hexavalent chromium groundwater plumes in Hinkley Valley

New science informs extent of hexavalent chromium groundwater plumes in Hinkley Valley

In a new study released today, scientists mapped the extent of human-introduced hexavalent chromium, a known carcinogen under specific circumstances...

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Nueva ciencia informa la extensión de las columnas de agua subterránea de cromo hexavalente en el valle de Hinkley

Nueva ciencia informa la extensión de las columnas de agua subterránea de cromo hexavalente en el valle de Hinkley

En un nuevo estudio publicado hoy, los científicos mapearon la extensión del cromo hexavalente introducido por el hombre, un carcinógeno conocido bajo...

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New USGS-FEMA study highlights economic earthquake risk in the United States

New USGS-FEMA study highlights economic earthquake risk in the United States

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Earthquakes cost the nation an estimated $14.7 billion annually in building damage and associated losses according to a new...

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Public Invitation: Learn the Latest on Your Water Resources in the Dakotas

Public Invitation: Learn the Latest on Your Water Resources in the Dakotas

Media and the public are invited to a free meeting about critical South Dakota-area water issues on Thursday, April 20, in Rapid City, South Dakota.

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Media Alert: USGS Announces Low-Level Airplane Flights to Image Geology in New Mexico

Media Alert: USGS Announces Low-Level Airplane Flights to Image Geology in New Mexico

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

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Water Levels to be Measured in 1,400 Southern Idaho Wells

Water Levels to be Measured in 1,400 Southern Idaho Wells

Water levels to be measured in 1,400 southern Idaho wells

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Grant funding will advance a novel immune-based strategy to prevent white-nose syndrome in North American bats

Grant funding will advance a novel immune-based strategy to prevent white-nose syndrome in North American bats

MADISON, Wis. — The U.S. Geological Survey, together with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the University of Wisconsin–Madison, today announced...

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