Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
2021 Annual Report
Whence comes the name “Escanaba”?
As the Escanaba Trough expedition wraps up, there remains one somewhat prosaic mystery: Why do we call this seafloor spreading center Escanaba Trough?
Take a Deep Dive into USGS Ocean Science
USGS makes a splash with a series of new web pages
Escanaba Trough Expedition
Updates from the Sea - Follow USGS scientists and collaborators as they explore the ocean floor off the coast of California
Providing Data and Tools for Resilient Coastal Resources, Communities, and Economies
Department of the Interior Seminar June 13
Cross-center USGS team testing seafloor structure-from-motion technology
Scientists, engineers, and staff from Santa Cruz, California meet with scientists in St. Petersburg, Florida to prepare for specialized fieldwork
California Deepwater Investigations and Groundtruthing
BOEM, USGS, and State of CA consider the implications and potential impacts of wind energy development miles offshore of southern California
Climate Science Champions
Coastal and Marine Scientists Featured in Video Series
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.