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View “snapshots” and “time-averaged” images from two video cameras overlooking Main Beach and Cowells Beach in Santa Cruz, California
Can beaches survive climate change?
Exploring Methane Seeps off the U.S. Atlantic Coast
Learn how the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center stores, processes, and analyzes seafloor cores and sediment samples
USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center hosts visitors from Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources
Study forecasting erosion of Southern California beaches draws widespread media attention
Mapping the effects of storm flow on a wetland-restoration site in south San Francisco Bay
USGS scientist quoted in news article about connection between watersheds and coral reefs
USGS website estimates community impacts from projected coastal-flooding hazards in California
USGS seafloor-mapping expert Sam Johnson is keynote speaker at geological conference in South Africa
USGS scientists offer career advice to students at University of California, Santa Cruz
Collaborative research cruise investigates earthquake hazards in Seattle, Washington
Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue: Advances in Topobathymetric Mapping
Helping Communities Understand Future Coastal Hazards
Connecting Earthquake Faults near San Francisco Requires Many Approaches
Striking New Seafloor Imagery of the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault in the Gulf of Alaska
USGS scientist engages with Life Long Learners
Widespread media coverage of USGS-led study on 2015-16 El Niño
USGS scientist provides a glimpse of future sea levels in Southern California
Nadine Golden is Acting Deputy Director of Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center
Media coverage of post-storm beach mapping in Santa Cruz, California
Storms that battered Santa Cruz, California, brought beneficial sand to beaches
USGS oceanographer uses virtual reality to show how future storms and sea-level rise could affect Long Beach, California
Why have some corals succumbed to black band disease? Learn what USGS scientists are doing to try to answer that question, in this new video.
Researchers brave storm to measure sediment carried to coast by river in Santa Cruz, California
Guy Gelfenbaum is new director of Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center
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