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A listing of our lecture series videos and flyers.

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2021 April Public Lecture Flyer
April 7, 2021

2021 April Public Lecture Flyer

From Data to Maps

The National Geospatial Program - the Nation's source for topographic information 

By Michael Tischler

USGS, Director of the National Geospatial Program 

  • Responsibilites of a national mapping agency
  • National elevation data 
  • National
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March 25, 2021

PubTalk 3/2021 - A Jaguar's Field of Dreams

Title: A Jaguar's Field of Dreams - If you build it, they will come (& other lessons from the U.S. - Mexico border) By: Laura M. Norman USGS, Western Geographic Science Center * Case study: the very lonely Jaguar * Madrean Archipelago Ecoregion, a biodiversity hotspot of the planet * Restoration ecohydrology and rewilding * Learn about the ecosystem services of rock

2021 March Public Lecture Flyer
March 3, 2021

2021 March Public Lecture Flyer

A Jaguar's Field of Dreams 

If you build it, they will come (& other lessons from the U.S.- Mexico border)

By Laura Norman

USGS, Western Geographic Science Center

  • Case study: the very lonely Jaguar  
  • Madrean Archipelago Ecoregion, a biodiversity hotspot of the
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Flyer with a photo of a jaguar on the left-hand side & text bullets on the right-hand side.
March 1, 2021

2021 March Public Lecture Flyer

2021 March Public Lecture Flyer

A Jaguar's Field of Dreams 

If you build it, they will come (& other lessons from the U.S. - Mexico border)

By Laura M. Norman, USGS, Western Geographic Science Center

  • Case study: the very lonely

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How to Attend Virtual USGS Public Lecture
January 14, 2021

Instructions: How to Attend Virtual USGS Public Lecture

Instructions on How to Attend Virtual USGS Public Lecture 

Mac:

1. Click on the Live Event link
within your email invitation to
launch Microsoft Teams.

2. Select "Cancel" if you see this
notification.

3. Click on "Watch on the
web instead
” to view the

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Attribution: Science Support
February 27, 2020

PubTalk 2/2020 — From California to Cambodia

From California to Cambodia - Surface Water Mapping Using Cloud-Based Remote Sensing (by Christopher Soulard, USGS Research Geographer)

  • With cloud based remote sensing we can now access, process, and analyze terabytes of satellite imagery remotely via the internet.
  • Satellite images and streamgages are the two most common measurement tools used to
Attribution: Science Support
Green background flyer with images of birds near fields and flooding with boats.
February 10, 2020

2020 February Public Lecture Flyer

2020 February Public Lecture Flyer

From California to Cambodia - Surface Water Mapping Using Cloud-Based Remote Sensing

By Chris Soulard, USGS Western Geographic Science Center

  • With cloud based remote sensing we can now access, process, and analyze terabytes of satellite imagery remotely via the internet. 
  • Satellite
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January 23, 2020

PubTalk 1/2020 — The Rise of the USGS in Space Exploration

The Rise of the USGS in Space Exploration: How the Astrogeology Science Center is integral to the past, present, and future investigation of the Solar System.

By Justin J. Hagerty, Director of the Astrogeology Science Center

  • Every astronaut to set foot on the Moon trained with the USGS in
Flyer with images of Mars rover, astronauts and moon.
January 13, 2020

2020 January Public Lecture Flyer

2020 January Public Lecture Flyer

The Rise of the USGS in Space Exploration: How the Astrogeology Science Center is integral to the past, present, and future investigation of the Solar System

By Justin J. Hagerty, Director of the Astrogeology Science Center 

  • Every astronaut to set foot on the Moon trained with the USGS in
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November 21, 2019

PubTalk 11/2019 —Sea-Level Rise, Extreme Water Levels, Coastal Erosion

Title: Sea-Level Rise, Extreme Water Levels, and Coastal Erosion ... How bad could it possibly be?

  • Sea-level rise represents an unprecedented civil engineering challenge.
  • Small amounts of sea-level rise can disproportionately increase the frequency of coastal flooding.
  • One-third to two-thirds of the beaches in Southern California may disappear
Flyer with images of sea-level rise with ocean waves
November 6, 2019

2019 November Public Lecture

2019 November Public Lecture Flyer

Sea-Level Rise, Extreme Water Levels, and Coastal Erosion ... How bad could it possibly be?

By Sean Vitousek, USGS Research Oceanographer

  • Sea-level rise represents an unprecedented civil engineering challenge.
  • Small amounts of sea-level rise can disproportionately increase the frequency
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October 10, 2019

PubTalk 10/2019 — Remembering Loma Prieta Earthquake 30 Years Later

Remembering the Loma Prieta Earthquake 30 Years Late: Looking back to see how far we've come.
By: Tom Holzer, David Schwartz, Jessica Murray, and Annemarie Baltay

  • The Loma Prieta earthquake ended decades of seismic tranquility in the Bay Area - Is the earthquake threat in the Bay Area real and imminent?
  • Up to $80 billion in earthquake mitigation