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Explore Deep-sea Data Along the Pacific Coast with EXPRESS Data Viewer

As part of National Ocean Month, USGS has launched a new web application that allows users and the public to explore a trove of geohazard, ecosystem...

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Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Ocean

For ocean month, let’s explore some fun facts you might not know about the ocean!

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USGS collaborates with local colleges, inspiring students to pursue marine science by taking them to sea

The Scientists-at-Sea program was established to provide students with the opportunity to participate in their first oceanographic research cruise—and...

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Processes Impacting Seafloor Change & Ecosystem Services (PISCES) project team invited to present at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Committee Meeting

The U.S. Geological Survey’s PISCES project aims to identify the causes and consequences of seafloor erosion to guide coral restoration strategies in...

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SPCMSC team travels to Panama City, Florida to collect seafloor data to inform future engineering with nature study

Scientists from the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center are traveling to St. Andrews Bay in Panama City to collect multibeam bathymetry...

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USGS Participates in Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction

On May 26, 2022, USGS Natural Hazards Mission Area scientist, Aleeza Wilkins, represented USGS and the U.S. Delegation at the United Nations Global...

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Changes to the Coastline Can Affect Where, and How Severely, Flooding Occurs

The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through November 30. Throughout the season, the U.S. Geological Survey will be providing science...

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Deep Dive: Whence Comes the Name “Escanaba”?

As the Escanaba Trough expedition wraps up, one somewhat prosaic mystery still lingers: Why do we call this seafloor spreading center Escanaba Trough...

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Mapping the Nantucket Sound Seafloor

Throughout June 2022, the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center’s Sea Floor Mapping Group will map the seafloor and subseafloor of Nantucket...

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Escanaba Trough Expedition: Updates From Sea

Sediment, corals, and crustaceans, oh, my! Learn how scientists and crew prepare for a three-week research cruise at sea. Get submersed and take a...

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Deep Dive: Critical Mineral Resources in Escanaba Trough

One primary area of interest for researchers on the Escanaba Trough expedition is to expand knowledge of the mineral resources found at seafloor...

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Take a deep dive into USGS ocean science

USGS makes a splash with a series of new web pages to guide you through the depth of ocean science research here at the U.S. Geological Survey-...

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