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Pacific Coastal & Marine Science Center Posters

These general information posters on Pacific Coastal & Marine Science Center (PCMSC, formerly Western Coastal & Marine Geology, or WCMG) projects can be found adorning our hallway in our Santa Cruz office building. To learn more about the PCMSC information covered on these poster topics, follow the links below.
 

Mini version of the USGS poster Mapping Crater Lake
Mapping
Crater Lake, Oregon
Mini version of the USGS poster Oceanography Beyond the Golden Gate
Oceanography
Beyond the Golden Gate
Mini version of the USGS poster Mapping Shipping Hazards in San Francisco Bay
Mapping Shipping Hazards
in San Francisco Bay
Mini version of the USGS poster Tsunami Hazards in the Santa Barbara Channel
Tsunami Hazards in the
Santa Barbara Channel
Mini version of the USGS poster Big Sur Coastal Landslides
Big Sur
Coastal Landslides
Mini version of the USGS poster Flying Eyeball Measures Grand Canyon Sand
“Flying Eyeball” Measures
Grand Canyon Sand
Mini version of the USGS poster Island-hopping Coral Larvae in Hawaii
Island-hopping
Coral Larvae in Hawaii
Mini version of the USGS poster Mud Damages Hawaiian Coral Reefs
Mud Damages
Hawaiian Coral Reefs
Mini version of the USGS poster, Should Englebright Dam Be Removed?
Should Englebright Dam
Be Removed?
 Mini version of the USGS poster Giant Hawaiian Underwater Landlsides
Giant Hawaiian Underwater Landslides
Mini version of the USGS poster, Does Pleasure Point Need a Seawall?
Does Pleasure Point
Need a Seawall?
Mini version of the USGS poster, Research Vessel Parke D. Snavely.
Research Vessel
Parke D. Snavely

 

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