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Photo shows degraded coral reefs at Kahekili Beach Park, west Maui, Hawai'i.
Polluted Groundwater Threatens Hawaiian Coral Reefs

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Cover Story
Polluted Groundwater Threatens Hawaiian Coral Reefs

News Briefs
News Briefs

Fieldwork
Dredging Up Clues to the Geologic History and Mineral Resources of the Rio Grande Rise, Southwest Atlantic Ocean

Recent Fieldwork

Staff
Fulbright Scholar Joins Coral Reef Project at Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center

Publications
Regional Acidification Trends in Florida Shellfish Estuaries

Recent Publications

Recent Highlights from Past Issues
Photo shows degraded coral reefs at Kahekili Beach Park, west Maui, Hawai
Polluted Groundwater Threatens Hawaiian Coral Reefs

3D computer image showing corrugations, or giant grooves, beneath the seafloor where the Cocos and Caribbean tectonic plates grind past each other
Giant Grooves Discovered on an Earthquake Fault Offshore Costa Rica

Photo of Research vessel (R/V) Ocean Starr against a dramatic sky.
New Expedition along the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault in Alaska

USGS scientist Owen Brenner walks across the Fire Island wilderness breach carrying a GPS backpack that allows him to collect precise elevation data in the shallows
Evolution of a Hurricane-Generated Breach

Gerry Hatcher (left) and Shawn Harrison work on their video-camera station atop a hotel in Santa Cruz, California
Video Cameras Help Forecast Coastal Change

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