Chillin’ in Monterey Bay
Tim Elfers, waiting for a tow.
Coastal and Marine Geology Program website wins award
The USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program website (http://marine.usgs.gov/
) has won the USGS 2015 Shoemaker Award for Communication Product Excellence in the Internet Product category.
“Excellence in Partnering” Award
Interagency team of USGS, BOEM, and NOAA is recognized for the “Atlantic Canyons: Pathways to the Abyss” project.
50-Year-Old Mystery Solved
Seafloor Mapping Reveals Cause of 1964 Tsunami that Destroyed Alaskan Village: USGS Newsroom
Investigating the Offshore Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault System in Southeastern Alaska
... and its Potential to Produce Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Submarine Landslides.
An Inside Look at Eroding Coastal Bluffs on Alaska’s North Slope
Scientists surveyed rapidly eroding permafrost bluffs on Barter Island, a remnant of low-elevation tundra on Alaska’s Arctic coast.
Drilling into permafrost on Alaska’s Arctic coast
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Artificial-Gas-Seep Test Produces 3D Images of Bubble Plumes in the Ocean
Scientists from the USGS conducted an experiment using in-house equipment to image artificially created gas plumes offshore of Santa Cruz, California.