USGS Scientist Among Mentors of Hawaiʻi Science Fair Stars
Susan Cochran of PCMSC provided mentoring help to two sisters on Molokaʻi, Hawaiʻi, for a science-fair project that won top awards at the Hawaiʻi State Science and Engineering Fair.
USGS Scientist Briefs House Natural Resources Committee on How Future Waves and Winds Will Affect U.S. Pacific Islands
USGS research geologist Curt Storlazzi briefed the Democratic staff by telephone on March 12, 2015, from the USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz, California.
Coastal Video and Photograph Portal on Front Page of California Newspaper Santa Cruz Sentinel
USGS geographer Nadine Golden was interviewed on March 23, 2015, by Santa Cruz Sentinel reporter Samantha Clark about the newly released USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Video and Photograph Portal.
Newly Released Database of Coastal and Seafloor Imagery Draws Media Attention
The LA Times science writer Sean Greene interviewed USGS geographer Nadine Golden on March 18, 2015, about the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Video and Photograph Portal released that day.
Geologist Addresses Government Group on Assessing Coastal Climate-Change Impacts in San Diego Region
Patrick Barnard gave an invited presentation to San Diego area government officials and coastal managers from the Shoreline Preservation Working Group of the San Diego Association of Governments on climate-change impacts that could affect their planning for the region.
Climate Check in our Santa Cruz Backyard
Preserving beaches by mitigating coastal erosion is vital. A new study will help scientists understand impacts of climate change, El Niño, and sea-level rise.