Sound Waves Newsletter
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How Wildfires Threaten Water Supplies by Unleashing Sediment
Eyes in the Sky
How Satellite Imagery Transforms Shoreline Monitoring From "Data-Poor" to "Data-Rich"
Offshore Fault Mapping
USGS scientists and colleagues completed a research cruise studying the Queen Charlotte Fault off the coast of southeast Alaska and British Columbia
Studying Waves and Sediment with Video Monitoring at Point Barrow, AK
Imagery from coastal observing cameras will help communities plan for changing storm patterns and other threats to the coastline
Coral Reef Restoration Reduces Flood Risks in Florida and Puerto Rico
New reports show how the restoration of coral reefs can save hundreds of millions of dollars in storm-related damages every year
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.