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Mapping Mid-Atlantic Canyons to Assess Tsunami Hazards

New System Measures Topography and Bathymetry Simultaneously

Final Beach-Erosion Survey Before Elwha River Dam Removal

Aerial Photos of Outer Banks Show Damage from Hurricane Irene

Manatee "Chessie" Sighted in Chesapeake Bay

International Team Studies Impacts of Oil and Gas Drilling on Cold-Water Corals

Natural Gas Resources Remain to Be Discovered in Cook Inlet, Alaska

Staff Interns Help Organize USGS and Map Collections in St. Petersburg, Florida

New Interns Join USGS Southeast Ecological Science Staff

Publications Publications Explain Elwha River Restoration

Microbiology of Deep-Water Mid-Atlantic Canyons

Sept. / Oct. 2011 Publications U. S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
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