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Photograph of Amy East ready to deploy water sampling device. Photograph of Guy and Bob shaking hands. Workshop participants, October 2016. At the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting, USGS geophysicist Stephanie Ross speaks with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell about ways to help decision makers, emergency responders, and other stakeholders use scientific findings about tsunamis. Photo credit: USGS. Photograph looking down on the large poster hall at the AGU Fall Meeting. Many rows of posters on boards with people reading and walking. Amy East wears her -I love geology- face as Hawaii's Kilauea volcano steams in the background. Photo by Erin Todd, USGS. Photograph of AGU participants outside of Moscone Convention Center in December, 2015. Photo by Rex Sanders, USGS. Photograph of Santa Monica Pier showing a visitor looking through an Owl.

Researchers brave storm to measure sediment carried to coast by river in Santa Cruz, CA

Guy Gelfenbaum is new director of Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center

Workshop on the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather fault: the San Andreas of the North

Photo in Washington Post shows USGS tsunami scientist speaking with Interior Secretary at AGU Fall Meeting

Long days, fresh ideas, and new connections: USGS scientists sharing science at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting

USGS scientist gives TEDx talk to high-school students in Monterey, California, on the importance of Earth science and diversity

Watch free, online AGU 2016 Fall Meeting talks by USGS coastal and ocean scientists (and others)

Visualizing sea-level rise in Santa Monica, California

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We conduct multidisciplinary scientific research in the coastal and offshore areas of California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, and other US Pacific Islands; and in other waterways of the United States.

PCMSC Seminar Series

Please join us for scientific talks and presentations given by local scientists and researchers.

https://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/seminar/

Weds., Jan. 18th, 1:30pm

Tip Meckel

Bureau of Economic Geology, the University of Texas at Austin

Applications of short-offset high-resolution 3D seismic technology: Quaternary studies, gas migration systems, and carbon dioxide storage

See a list of all Seminars previously presented.

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