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Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project Blog - 2018

The USGS Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project is a multi-year, interdisciplinary research study to determine factors leading to spawning and survival of the endangered pallid sturgeon and the closely related shovelnose sturgeon. 

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Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project Blog - 2018

The USGS Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project is a multi-year, interdisciplinary research study to determine factors leading to spawning and survival of the endangered pallid sturgeon and the closely related shovelnose sturgeon. 

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Availability of Sick Leave for Travel to Access Medical Care

The purpose of these FAQs is to make clear that Federal employees may use sick leave for travel time associated with accessing medical care. 

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Availability of Sick Leave for Travel to Access Medical Care

The purpose of these FAQs is to make clear that Federal employees may use sick leave for travel time associated with accessing medical care. 

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Concept to Reality USGS Land Change Monitoring Assessment and Projection Pushes Boundaries

More than a decade ago, Tom Loveland sat down to sketch out a few thoughts on land change and the Landsat archive.

The archive was and remains rich with history, adding new observations of the entire planet every eight days. But at that point, Landsat-based land change research was about comparing points in time – this year versus five years ago, to 10 years ago, and so on.

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Concept to Reality USGS Land Change Monitoring Assessment and Projection Pushes Boundaries

More than a decade ago, Tom Loveland sat down to sketch out a few thoughts on land change and the Landsat archive.

The archive was and remains rich with history, adding new observations of the entire planet every eight days. But at that point, Landsat-based land change research was about comparing points in time – this year versus five years ago, to 10 years ago, and so on.

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