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Open House 2009
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Open House 2009

A video composite of visiting fourth graders participating in activities and exhibits at the 11th annual USGS Earth Science Day in St. Petersburg, Florida. Footage includes images of “Coral Twister,” “Making Waves,” and “Tsunami!” Many of the booths focused on the 2009 Earth Science Week theme, “Understanding Climate,” and how scientific research is tied to understanding climate-related topics.

Length: 1:25

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Emily Klipp and Amar Nayegandhi display lidar (light detection and ranging) technology used by USGS scientists to survey coral reefs, create topographic maps, and produce other products and data sets.

Length: 0:47
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Diggin' the Past
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Diggin' the Past

Jim Flocks and Noreen Buster show students how scientists gather geologic cores from the Earth to discern geologic, climatic, and environmental information.

Length: 0:48
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Fieldwork cover story:
USGS Responds to Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

ResearchExtreme Storms Leave Coasts Vulnerable

Fish and Wildlife Face Risks as Climate Changes

Natural Gas Potential Assessed in Eastern Mediterranean

Outreach Open House in Florida

Meetings Vulnerability of Coasts to Sea-Level Rise

Awards Best Poster Award from Pacific Section AAPG

Publications May / June 2010 Publications U. S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
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