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Coastal and Marine Research News from Across the USGS

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June / July 2016 2016
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This screenshot of the USGS Coastal Change Hazards Portal shows potential weather-inducedĀ coastal changes along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts
Scientists Bring Wave Action into the Picture

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Research
cover story:
This Hurricane Season, Scientists Bring Wave Action into the Picture

New Quaternary Geology Map Reuses Decades-Old USGS Data

Updated Website Provides Easy Access to Oceanographic Time-Series Data

Data from Three Recent Studies Released in the USGS Oceanographic Time-Series Data Collection

Fieldwork
First USGS Coastal Maps from Unmanned Aerial Systems

Future Fieldwork, August–September 2016

Outreach
USGS Science Center Increases Support of USF Oceanography Camp for Girls

Staff
USGS Student Trainee Studies Effects of Wave Energy on a Salt Marsh Boundary

Publications
New Review Paper on the Conservation of Western Atlantic Coral Reefs

Polar Bear Outlook Favorable Under Certain Scenarios

Recent Publications List

Recent Highlights from Past Issues
Pacific Ocean temperature differences during this winter
Coral Reefs, El Nino, and Climate Change: An Interview with Lauren Toth

Scientists aboard  Alaska Department of Fish and Game research vessel collaborated in seafloor mapping for multiple projects
Mystery Solved: Seafloor Mapping Reveals Cause of 1964 Alaskan Tsunami

Survey team on fantail of research vessel
Investigating the Offshore Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault System in Southeastern Alaska

Northern U.S. Atlantic margin, showing major canyons that cut through the continental shelf, seeps, and piston cores
Sampling Atlantic Margin Methane Seeps and Plumes

Erosion of the coastal bluff on Barter Island, 2011.
Northern Alaska Coastal Erosion Threatens Habitat and Infrastructure

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