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Jeff Williams Presents DOI with a Review of Army Corps Storm-Surge Modeling

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U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientist Jeff Williams (Woods Hole, MA) was invited to a Department of the Interior (DOI) meeting held December 14, 2004, to present the results of his review committee's work on a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) storm-surge-modeling effort for the south shore of Long Island. The committee members were contracted by the USACE to assist in reviewing coastal-geology and coastal-engineering data relating to the USACE's renourishment project from Fire Island to Montauk Point, NY, a stretch of coast that includes the National Park Service (NPS) Fire Island National Seashore. Although the official results will be released by the USACE, Jeff agreed to present the results of the review process and the recommendations the committee set forth to the USACE. All of the participants are grateful for the collaborative work between the USGS, the USACE, and the NPS.


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Indian Ocean Tsunami

Could a Tsunami Happen Here?

Deltaic Habitats in Puget Sound

Invasive Sea Squirt Flourishing

How Sea Floor Sediment Moves

Research Submarine Canyons Named for Marine Geologists

Outreach Appreciation Day for Congressman Young

Students Learn About Coastal and Marine Science

Hurricanes Focus Attention on USGS Research

College Students Visit USGS Center in St. Petersburg

Scientists Participate in Great-American Teach-In

Scientists Interviewed About Invasive Sea Squirt

GIS Day

CCWS Open House

Scientists Interviewed for HBO Program

Meetings International Symposium on Coastal Issues

Jeff Williams Reviews Storm Surge Model

Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institutes Conference

Suwannee River Basin and Estuary Integrated Science Workshop

Staff & Center News Regional Executive Visits FISC Office

Jingping Xu Joins Western Coastal and Marine Geology Team

Publications Special Oceanography Issue Includes Sediment Dynamics Article

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