USGS Pacific Science Center Open House
Western Coastal & Marine Geology (WCMG) Team
Photos by Phil Stoffer, USGS Menlo Park:
P.Stoffer pg. 1 - P.Stoffer pg. 2 - P.Stoffer pg. 3
See also: Main photo page - F.Parchaso photos: pg. 1 - pg. 2 - pg. 3 - pg. 4 - pg. 5 - pg. 6
Exhibit: GPS current drifters used to track Hawaiian coral spawning
Checking out online information on coral reefs
Spreading some warm "Aloha"
Photos of research vessels used by USGS WCMG, on loan from USGS WCMG Menlo Park
360 degree panorama from the summit of Mammoth Mountain in the eastern Sierra Nevada--courtesy of John Evans, USGS Earthquake Hazards, Menlo Park, and Mike Diggles, USGS Western Region Geologic Publications, Menlo Park
Don Woodrow (USGS WCMG volunteer, left) talks to a visitor about man-made changes to the floor of San Francisco Bay. In background is a rockfish display by NOAA Fisheries Santa Cruz Lab.
John Chin, USGS WCMG Menlo Park, discussing "Man-made changes to the floor of San Francisco Bay" with a visitor
Cheryl Hapke and Krystal Green, both USGS WCMG Santa Cruz, in the Photogrammetry Lab
Steve Walter (second from right; USGS Earthquake Hazards Team, Menlo Park) helps visitors determine how close they live to a major fault
USGS WCMG volunteer Parker Allwardt assisting at the "Create-your-own 3D topographic model" exhibit
Alan Allwardt, USGS WCMG Santa Cruz, guiding visitors around USGS web sites