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Coastal and Marine Research News from Across the USGS

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Feb. - Mar. 2019
cover story:

A flood washes over a low place in a road with houses on a hill in the background
Rising Seas and Storms Could Damage California's Coast within 30 Years

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Cover Story
Rising Seas and Storms Could Seriously Damage California's Coast within 30 Years

News Briefs
News Briefs

USGS Uses Drone to Measure Methane Escaping from Arctic Permafrost: Low-Cost Method Fills Gap in Detection Techniques

Recent Fieldwork

Predicting Coastal Storm Impacts: 4th COAWST Model Training

Two New Research Oceanographers at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz, California

Social Media Highlights
Social Media Highlights

Photo Roundup
Photo Roundup

Recent Publications

Recent Highlights from Past Issues
Photo of an eroding permafrost bluff in Alaska showing undercuts to the bluff
Understanding Erosion on Alaska's Arctic Coast

Graphic map showing data collected by the RV Sharp during the 2014 North American Margin project
USGS Images Gas Hydrates with New Seismic Data on U.S. Mid-Atlantic Margin

Image from animated map showing changes in sediment at the mouth of the Elwha River from 2011-2016
Moving Mountains: Elwha River Still Changing Five Years After Dam Removal

Photo showing invasive water weeds covering the surface of the slough with trees in the background
Invasive Plants—Trapping Sediment that a Healthy Estuary Needs?

Photo of the research vessel in calm water in the foreground, with hills in the background
Imaging Israel's Dead Sea Fault to Understand How Continents Stretch and Rift

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