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Teaching Software to Track Coastal Change
"Human-in-the-Loop Segmentation of Earth Imagery"
A Decade of Evolution
Hurricane Sandy's Historic Impacts Propel USGS Science
Coral Reefs as National, Natural Infrastructure
USGS Research Geologist Curt Storlazzi explains how healthy coral reefs in places like the Caribbean and Pacific Islands serve as national, natural infrastructure
Surprising tsunamis caused by explosive eruption in Tonga
An in-depth article on the unique event in the South Pacific
Deep-Sea Expedition with USGS, NOAA, and BOEM Explores West Coast Wind Sites
USGS scientists publish a database of lidar derived topo-bathy cross-shore profiles and characteristics
U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico sandy coastlines
Hurricane Florence Numerical Modeling
Can coral restoration reverse long-term declines in coral reef growth?
New USGS-led research shows restoration could bring coral reef growth back to historic levels.
Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program
Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program scientists and staff study coastal and ocean resources and processes from shorelines and estuaries to the continental shelf and deep sea.