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USGS’ preliminary storm trackers show potential for subtle damage in natural areas
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USGS study finds most have grown little in 3000 years
CSM to be new home of USGS labs, 150 government scientists
USGS study of Lake Okeechobee algae gives new insight on South Florida coastal blooms
Data Will Help to Improve Groundwater-Flow ModelData Will Help to Improve Groundwater-Flow Model
One-fourth of Florida Panhandle beachfront could be inundated by large storm waves, experts predict
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Data acquired by the U.S. Geological Survey on the U.S. Atlantic Margin in August 2018 reveal new information about the distribution of gas hydrates in the sector stretching from the upper continental slope to deep water areas offshore New Jersey to North Carolina.