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Summer is usually a busy time of year for USGS fieldwork, and 2016 is no exception.

Just in June and July, scientists plan to visit more than 16 locations, studying tsunamis, coral reefs, eelgrass beds, and much more. Read on for a preview of some coastal and offshore fieldwork planned by USGS researchers in June and July 2016. Plans could change at any time. 

Map of the United States and territories with red dots at the locations where field work will be conducted.
A map of the United States and its territories shows red dots at the locations where field work is planned for the months of June-July 2016.


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