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A Horned Puffin taking off from the water
August 26, 2016

A Horned Puffin taking off from the water

A Horned Puffin taking off from the water

Horned Puffin, one of the species affected by a recent seabird die-off in the Pribilof Islands, AK
August 26, 2016

Horned Puffin, near Chisik Island in Lower Cook Inlet, Alaska

Horned Puffin, one of the species affected by a recent seabird die-off in the Pribilof Islands, AK. Near Chisik Island in Lower Cook Inlet, Alaska

The north fork of the Agashashok River
August 20, 2016

The north fork of the Agashashok River

The north fork of the Agashashok River

Bedrock peaks in the Agashashok River Watershed
August 20, 2016

Bedrock peaks in the Agashashok River Watershed

Bedrock peaks in the Agashashok River Watershed

Copper River bridge longer view
August 18, 2016

Copper River bridge

Copper River bridge longer view

A tributary of the Agashashok River
August 16, 2016

Tributary of the Agashashok River

A tributary of the Agashashok River.

Periphyton in a tributary of the Agashashok River
August 15, 2016

Periphyton in a tributary of the Agashashok River

Periphyton in a tributary of the Agashashok River

The Agashashok River Watershed
August 15, 2016

The Agashashok River Watershed

The Agashashok River Watershed

Kasilof River bridge during high water
August 11, 2016

Kasilof River bridge during high water

Kasilof River bridge during high water

Four people looking a flattened trees
August 9, 2016

Surveying the Taan Fjord tsunami runup

USGS scientists investigate trees knocked over by the tsunami at the mouth of Taan Fjord. Flow depth here was likely 5 m based on the height of branches stripped off trees in the background. This event had the 4th highest tsunami runup ever recorded.

People with tents in the grass by a bay
August 7, 2016

Geologists' camp on Unga Island, Alaska

USGS geologists' camp overlooking Unga Village on Unga Island, Alaska.

Landsat image showing the landslide in Glacier Bay
August 7, 2016

Landslide Spreads 6 Miles Across Glacier Bay National Park

On June 28, 2016, a 4,000-foot-high mountainside in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve collapsed, sending rocky debris equivalent to 60 million mid-size SUVs tumbling onto nearby Lamplugh Glacier.  Almost 6 weeks later, on August 7, the Operational Land Imager sensor aboard Landsat 8 captured the black stain of the landslide in the image on the right. No such

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