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Explore USGS science conducted told through stories of series of photographs. 

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Arctic Cod link
New inventory of Arctic fish species photos
Black-throated gray warbler link
Old Growth May Help Protect Northwest Birds from Warming Temperatures
Gage House 01479000 link
MD Gage Houses
Dr. Pam Schofield (USGS) getting the teams ready to fish for non-natives. link
Fish Slam 2015
Photo of the National Water Quality Lab building link
National Water Quality Laboratory
Gulf sturgeon being weighed and measured link
Preserving Gulf Sturgeon
Boat washed ashore on Arctic coast of Alaska link
Alaska
Biological Science Technicians collects respiration data on tropical trees. link
SBSC - Reed Projects
Image: juvenile Broad-banded Watersnake with snake fungal disease link
Snake Fungal Disease Found in Louisiana
The Yampa River, Steamboat, Colorado. link
Water
Image: Honey Bees are Valuable Pollinators link
Featured Story: Honey Bee Helpers
Scan of the 1909 USGS quadrangle of the Yosemite, California area, to include El Capitan, from the USGS Historic Topographic Map link
Preserving the Past
Image: Coral reefs, Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands link
Release: Climate Change Reduces Coral Reefs' Ability to Protect Coasts
Grinnell Glacier from 1938 and 2019 link
Repeat Photography Gallery
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Heartland Maps
Photo of Lake Delton on June 9, 2008 link
June 2008 floods in southern Wisconsin
Image: Microcystis aeruginosa Bloom link
Release: 100 Photos That Can Help Prevent Sickness, Save Lives
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Release: Declines and Slow Recovery in Little Brown Bat Populations Predicted
A female grizzly with a cub.  Adult females are considered the most important segment of the grizzly population and consequently link
Grizzly Bear Capture Procedures