National News Releases
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Bifenthrin combats pests, but may harm aquatic ecosystems
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As the east coast prepares for Hurricane Matthew's arrival, the U.S. Geological Survey uses advanced models to forecast the coastal impacts Matthew could bring.
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Florida: Richard Kane, firstname.lastname@example.org, 813-918-1275
Georgia: Brian McCallum, email@example.com, 678- 924-6672
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North Carolina: Jeanne Robbins, email@example.com, 919-571-4017
Video release: New video footage of Kīlauea Volcano’s summit lava lake is now available as b-roll to news media outlets.
At the request of the Bureau of Land Management, USGS has released an assessment of mineral resources in six Western states.
As coastal development along the Gulf Coast continues to expand, tidal saline wetlands could have difficulty adjusting to rising sea levels.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the longest continuous glacier research efforts in North America.
Roughly over a quarter of the golden eagles killed at the Altamont Pass Wind Resource Area in Northern California from 2012-2014 were recent immigrants to the local population, according to research led by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Some regional trends; no widespread national pattern