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USGS Oceanographer Interviewed About Erosion by Hurricanes

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U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) oceanographer Abby Sallenger, of the USGS St. Petersburg Science Center in St. Petersburg, FL, was interviewed at the National Hurricane Conference in New Orleans, where he spoke on "Coastal Impacts of the 2004 Hurricanes" at the Closing General Session on March 25, 2005. He was quoted in numerous articles in the news that morning, including the following:

 

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Deep Diving at the Shelf Edge

Research Introduced Foxes Transformed Vegetation

Outreach Animal Ambassadors Help Educate Public

Scientist Shares USGS Work Experience with Students

USGS Oceanographer Interviewed About Erosion by Hurricanes

Meetings Knowledge Management for Coastal and Marine Geology

Awards National Wetlands Research Center's Staff Receive Awards

Employee Recognized for Providing Maps to Police

Staff & Center News In Memoriam: Polly Hastings

Mendenhall Fellows Join Western Coastal and Marine Geology Team

Operations Assistant Joins Western Coastal and Marine Geology Team

Publications New Book on Coral Reefs of the Virgin Islands

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