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Recent Fieldwork

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USGS scientists visited more than 13 locations in the last month, studying methane seeps, mapping beaches with drones, collecting seafloor samples, and much more. Here’s a quick overview of some coastal and offshore fieldwork by our researchers.

Approximate locations of some recent USGS coastal and offshore fieldwork.
Above: Approximate locations of some recent USGS coastal and offshore fieldwork. Dark blue areas outline the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone; purple areas show U.S. Great Lakes waters. Map base: NOAA. [larger version]

For a complete list of USGS Coastal and Marine Geology program fieldwork, see:

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News Briefs
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Disappearing Beaches: Shoreline Change in Southern California

Field Work
Recent Fieldwork

Deep-Water ROV Dives at Methane Seeps

Scientists Inspiring Students

Sam Johnson is Keynote Speaker at Geological Conference in South Africa

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