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Coastal and Marine Research News from Across the USGS

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the stories in September / October 2014 issue:
September / October 2014
cover story:

Numerous distinct methane streams emanating from the seafloor at a cold-seep site on the upper slope
Natural Methane Seepage Is Widespread on the U.S. Atlantic Ocean Margin

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cover story:
Natural Methane Seepage Is Widespread on the U.S. Atlantic Ocean Margin

Spotlight on Sandy
Field Investigations at Fire Island, New York, to Better Understand Hurricane Sandy's Impacts and Support Studies of Coastal Resilience

USGS Scientists Conduct Comprehensive Seafloor Mapping off the Delmarva Peninsula

#StrongAfterSandy—A Congressional Briefing Hosted by the U.S. Geological Survey, September 19, 2014

This Woman ROCKS!

Free-Ascending Tripod Brings Data from the Deep Seafloor of the South China Sea

Instruments Deployed near Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, to Measure Bottom Shear Stress and Other Variables near the Seafloor

Coastal Streams in Central California Reflect the Region's Drought

USGS Scientist Participates in National Geographic's BioBlitz 2014

Twenty Years of Ask-A-Geologist

Advancing Ocean and Coastal Data Sharing Capabilities—USGS Scientist Receives 2014 DeSouza Award

Postdocs Contributing to Climate-Change Studies at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center

USGS Coastal and Marine Program Science Centers Team Up for Feds Feed Families Food Drive

Publications Listing

Recent Highlights from Past Issues
Houses in Rodanthe, North Carolina, are left in the waves at the ocean
USGS Coastal Change Hazards Portal

USGS team on the exploration vessel (E/V) <i>Nautilus</i>
Earthquake, Landslide, and Tsunami Hazards in the Caribbean

Large swells from the north-northeast with heights up to 5 meters (16 feet) combined with unusually high tides to inundate much of the Republic of the Marshall Islands
Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Pacific Atolls

View looking east toward Fire Island lighthouse.
Decade of Fire Island Research Available

Large detached block of mudstone sitting at the base of the west wall of Heezen Canyon.
Exploring Undersea Terrain Off the Northern U.S. Atlantic Coast

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