USGS scientist explains how king tides provide a glimpse of future sea levels
USGS coastal-flooding projections inform national defense authorization act
Enthusiastic response to open house at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz
First observation of gold particles in hot hydrothermal fluids
USGS provides information about Alaska coastal change to
Physical processes dominate channel evolution in Olympic National Park rivers—A reply
Open house at the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz
USGS geologist chairs discussion of issues facing Department of Defense installations in the Pacific and Arctic
Computer simulation predicts flooding on coral reef-lined coasts
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Noisy sand in high velocity shear flow experiments
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