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Assessing age of groundwater to determine resource availability
Information will aid marine and conservation planning
Study shows water quality minimally affected in nearby streams and groundwater
A new geologic map of the Long Valley Caldera, Mammoth Mountain, and the Middle Fork canyon of the San Joaquin River including Devils Postpile National Monument, recounts the geologic and volcanic history of the area east of the Sierra Nevada in far greater detail than any previously published report.
An analysis of more than 20,000 wells nationwide shows 25 states have groundwater that has either high or very high potential to be corrosive...
New USGS study highlights Cape Cod's risk to rising sea levels
On Wednesday, July 13, USGS will release a nationwide study that ranks states’ potential for having corrosive groundwater.
The USGS released a publication highlighting the nonfuel minerals industry of Iran.
New study offers insights to minimize projected climate impacts through proactive land-management activities
Climate change is already affecting inland fish across North America -- including some fish that are popular with anglers. Scientists are seeing a variety of changes in how inland fish reproduce, grow and where they can live.