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Submarine Groundwater Discharge

Articles from the Sound Waves newsletter

2014

Postdocs Contributing to Climate-Change Studies at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center (September/October 2014)

Assessing the Vulnerability of Pacific Atolls to Climate Change: Collaboration by USGS, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and University of Hawai‘i serendipitously captures a significant overwash event (March/April 2014)

2013

A Research Cruise to Investigate Natural Versus Human Impacts on Marine Ecosystems in Hood Canal, Washington (Nov./Dec. 2013)

Scientists from Four USGS Science Centers Collaborate in Study of Coastal Groundwater Exchange in Hood Canal, Washington (Jan./Feb. 2013)

2009

Submarine Groundwater Discharge Along the West Florida Shelf: Is Groundwater an Important Nutrient Source for Florida's Red Tides? (June/July 2009)

Recent USGS Field Studies of Nearshore Hydrogeologic Exchange and Submarine Groundwater Discharge on U.S. West Coast and Hawai‘i (November 2009)

2007

Studying Submarine Ground-Water Discharge at Dor Beach, Israel (March 2007)

USGS Participates in Groundwater-Seawater Interactions Symposium at IUGG Assembly in Italy (October 2007)

2006

USGS Scientists Examine Offshore Impacts of Hurricane Katrina (Dec. 2005 / Jan. 2006)

USGS and Florida State University Scientists Collaborate on Submarine-Ground-Water-Discharge Study in the Northern Gulf of Mexico (March 2006)

Studying Submarine Ground-Water Discharge at Santa Barbara, California, and Hood Canal, Washington (August 2006)

2005

In Search of Submarine Ground-Water Discharge Along the Suwannee River Delta, Florida (July 2005)

2004

Putting Radon to Work: Identifying Coastal Ground-Water Discharge Sites (November 2004)

Integrated Science Team Deploys New Tools to Study Submarine Ground Water in North Carolina (June 2004)

Submarine Ground-Water Discharge and Its Influence on Coastal Processes and Ecosystems (June 2004)

Integrated Science Team Deploys New Tools to Study Submarine Ground Water in North Carolina (June 2004)

Studying Underwater Water in the Land of Misty-- Chincoteague Bay, Maryland (March 2004)

2000

Groundwater Discharge to Delmarva Coastal Bays: CMG, WRD, and Surface Processes Hoverprobe Team Conduct First Open-Water Surveys (November 2000)

Streamer-Resistivity Surveys in Delaware Inland Bays Delineate Submarine Fresh Water (July 2000)

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