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July 22, 2021

PubTalk - 7/2021: Invasives - Lizards, Treesnakes, and Burmese, Oh My!

Title: Invasive Species - Lizards, Treesnakes, and Burmese Pythons, Oh My!

By Amy A. Yackel Adams and Andrea F. Currylow

  • Relocation of species from their home ecoregions can wreak havoc in novel habitats
  • Invasive reptiles around the world have negatively impacted many ecosystems and biodiversity
  • We look at examples of Brown Treesnakes,
Attribution: Ecosystems
2021 July Public Lecture Flyer
July 7, 2021

2021 July Public Lecture Flyer

Invasive Species - Lizards, Treesnakes, and Burmese Pythons, Oh My! 

By Amy A. Yackel Adams and Andrea F. Currylow 

USGS Research Ecologists, Fort Collins Science Center

  • Relocation of species from their home ecoregions can wreak havoc in novel habitats
  • Invasive reptiles around the world
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June 24, 2021

PubTalk - 6/2021: Mount St. Helens Revisited

Title: Mount St. Helens Revisited: Lives Changed, Lessons Learned, and Legacies of the 1980 Eruptions

By Carolyn Driedger, USGS Hydrologist & Outreach Specialist

  • Mount St. Helens' eruptions had a disproportionately large influence on our understanding of volcanoes, hazards, and eruption response.
  • Unique circumstances, both locally and abroad
Attribution: Mount St. Helens
May 27, 2021

PubTalk 5/2021 - Where Earthquakes Hide in the Desert

Title: Where Earthquakes Hide in the Desert: What we've learned from recent fault ruptures in the western U.S.

By Austin J. Elliott, USGS Research Geologist

  • Three large earthquakes since 2019 have ruptured incompletely mapped faults in the western U.S.
  • Both satellite and field measurements give extremely detailed maps of how the
Attribution: Natural Hazards
2021 May Public Lecture Flyer
May 3, 2021

2021 May Public Lecture Flyer

Where Earthquakes Hide in the Desert: What we've learned from recent fault ruptures in the western U.S.

By Austin J. Elliott, USGS Research Geologist

  • Three large earthquakes since 2019 have ruptured incompletely mapped faults in the western U.S.
  • Both satellite and field measurements give extremely detailed maps
...
April 22, 2021

PubTalk 4/2021 - From Data to Maps - The National Geospatial Program

Title: From Data to Maps The National Geospatial Program - the Nation's source for topographic information

By: Michael Tischler

  • Responsibilities of a national mapping agency
  • National elevation data
  • National hydrography data
  • Next-generation mapping products 
     
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