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Get to know the science of the USGS St. Petersburg

New booklet from the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center designed to provide a glimpse into the research conducted by the USGS in St...

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Hurricane or Bust: How DUNEX Found Consolation in the Middle

Even without direct landfall by a major storm, a wealth of data was collected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina this hurricane season.

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News Briefs - November-December 2021

News Briefs - featuring coastal and ocean science from across the USGS.

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Photo Roundup - November-December 2021

A selection of coastal, lake, and ocean images from across the USGS.

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Seeking Coastal and Marine Postdoctoral Research Candidates

The U.S. Geological Survey Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program is seeking candidates for several Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research...

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Searching for Evidence of Past Tsunamis in Sediment Cores

Exact timing and size of future earthquake-generated tsunamis cannot be reliably predicted, but scientists can use evidence of past tsunamis to...

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Native American Heritage Month: Spotlight on Troy Currence

November is Native American Heritage Month—a time to celebrate Native American heritage and pause in thankful reflection for our diverse community and...

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The Weight of Cities

Those living on or near the coast face natural hazards that will only worsen with climate change: earthquakes and related tsunamis, powerful climate...

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The Role of Sediment in Coastal Resiliency

The delivery and deposition of sediment along coastlines is essential to building barriers such as sandbars, dunes and marshes that protect coastal...

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Dr. Christina Kellogg will participate in a congressional briefing on microbiome research and infrastructure to facilitate data sharing.

Dr. Christina Kellogg of the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center will participate in a virtual congressional webinar, "Microbiome...

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