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Future Fieldwork, October-November 2016



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USGS scientists plan to visit more than 11 locations in October and November 2016, studying delta sediment, deep sea minerals, greenhouse gases, and much more. Here’s a quick a preview of some coastal and offshore fieldwork scheduled by our researchers. Plans could change at any time.

Approximate locations of some planned USGS coastal and offshore fieldwork in October and November 2016.
Above: Approximate locations of some planned USGS coastal and offshore fieldwork in October and November 2016. Image from http://coastalmap.marine.usgs.gov/.

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Research
Potentially Producible Gas Hydrate Found in Indian Ocean

Re-Evaluating the Causes and Hazards of South Carolina Earthquakes

Fieldwork
Future Fieldwork

Outreach
Duke TIP Summer Programs Visit USGS

Awards
USGS scientists Elected as AGU Fellows

Meetings
Advanced Model Training for Predicting Coastal Storm Impacts

Staff
Visiting Scholars Collaborate on CFD Modeling of Sand and Oil Agglomerates

Publications
Mercury Found in Birds Across Western North America

Cape Cod Susceptible to Potential Effects of Sea-Level Rise

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