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Image: Invasive Burmese Python on Her Nest in South Florida

Invasive Burmese Python on Her Nest in South Florida

A female Burmese python (Python molurus) on her nest with eggs. Photo by Jemeema Carrigan, University of Florida. Courtesy of Skip Snow, National Park Service. Used with permission.

Looking at river from webcam

Hillsborough River above Crystal Springs near Zephyrhills (02301990)

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Live Watercam video at Hillsborough River above Crystal Springs near Zephyrhills (02301990)

Image of the front page of Sound Waves, Jan. - Feb. 2012
March 22, 2019

Sound Waves, Jan. - Feb. 2012

The stories in the Jan. - Feb. 2012 issue of Sound Waves:

https://archive.usgs.gov/archive/sites/soundwaves.usgs.gov/2012/02/

Arctic Expedition Reaches 88.5 Degrees North Latitude—Fourth Joint U.S.-Canada Survey for Purpose of Delineating Extended

Image: Yellow Anaconda Captured at Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida

Yellow Anaconda Captured at Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida

Yellow anaconda (Eunectes notaeus) specimen captured at Big Cypress National Preserve. Photo courtesy of Skip Snow, National Park Service.

view of bridge from webcam

Cypress Creek at County Line Rd. at Wesley Chapel (02303424)

Live Watercam video at Cypress Creek at County Line Rd. at Wesley Chapel (02303424)

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Image of the front page of Sound Waves, Nov. - Dec. 2011
March 22, 2019

Sound Waves, Nov. - Dec. 2011

The stories in the Nov. - Dec. 2011 issue of Sound Waves:

https://archive.usgs.gov/archive/sites/soundwaves.usgs.gov/2011/11/

Elwha Dam Removal Begins—Long-Planned Project Will Restore Ecosystem, Salmon Runs 

Mechanical Arm + Internet = Realtime

Image: A Burmese Python and an Alligator Encounter in South Florida

A Burmese Python and an Alligator Encounter in South Florida

A Burmese python (Python molurus) peeks over the head of an alligator that holds the python's body in its mouth in Everglades National Park. Photo courtesy of Lori Oberhofer, National Park Service.

view of bridge from webcam

Trout Creek at Wesley Chapel (02303348)

Live Watercam video at Trout Creek at Wesley Chapel (02303348)

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Image of the front page of Sound Waves, Sept. - Oct. 2011
March 22, 2019

Sound Waves, Sept. - Oct. 2011

The stories in the Sept. - Oct. 2011 issue of Sound Waves:

https://archive.usgs.gov/archive/sites/soundwaves.usgs.gov/2011/10/

High-Resolution Multibeam Mapping of Mid-Atlantic Canyons to Assess Tsunami Hazards 

USGS Scientists Develop System for

snapshot of Sand Key, Florida

Time-averaged image for Sand Key, Florida

Most recent time-averaged from Sand Key, Florida. The images are used to examine a range of coastal processes including shoreline position, the presence of an offshore sandbar, and the extent of wave runup on the beach.

Image: Florida Everglades

Florida Everglades

Alligator in Everglades Park, Florida.

View of river from webcam

Pithlachascotee River near Fivay Junction (02310280)

Live Watercam video at Pithlachascotee River near Fivay Junction (02310280)

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USGS
September 28, 1998

...Initial concerns about severe flooding give way to thoughts of coasts and ecosystems.

USGS
September 24, 1998

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is once again faced with the ominous task of preparing to monitor the effects of a potentially damaging hurricane, Georges, to the southeast coast of the United States

USGS
June 25, 1998

The Asian swamp eel, a non-native fish, has been found in canals, ditches, streams and ponds near Tampa and Miami, Fla. 

USGS
June 18, 1998

Due to heavy rains pelting eastern Massachusetts in recent days, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) field crews have been leaning precariously over the sides of bridges throughout the region to obtain accurate measurements of the amount (discharge) and height (stage) of water in swollen streams.

USGS
April 21, 1998

Water quality is generally good in the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain but has been adversely affected by agricultural and urban land uses in some areas, according to the results of a five-year investigation by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

USGS
November 13, 1997

The U.S. Geological Survey is expanding its capabilities in hormone research, studying the role contaminants may play in the reproductive development of amphibian, fish and mussel species.

USGS
September 2, 1997

Scientists explored a unique reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

USGS
August 20, 1997

Managers and planners representing Federal, state, and local government agencies and private organizations will gather in Fort Lauderdale on Monday for a 3-day conference (August 25 - 27) to discuss the latest results of more than 50 scientific investigations by the U.S. Geological Survey in South Florida.

USGS
September 5, 1996

From coastal erosion to measuring the storm surge and flooding as well as providing maps of affected areas, the U.S. Geological Survey is gearing up to provide information on Hurricane Fran as the storm develops, including real-time data, from its offices in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.

USGS
September 15, 1995

As the U.S. Geological Survey continues to monitor declining streamflows throughout the Northeastern U.S., the Delaware River Basin Commission has issued a drought warning today (Fri., Sept. 15), in the Delaware River basin, limiting reservoir withdrawals and calling for the use of voluntary water conservation measures.

USGS
August 22, 1995

A new satellite image map of south Florida that will aid resource managers planning a $2-3 billion restoration effort in the Everglades and Florida Bay will be presented to the Governor’s office Wednesday (August 23, 1995).