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Latest Caribbean News Releases
New Remote Sensing Handbook Published
A newly published, three-volume “Remote Sensing Handbook” is a comprehensive coverage of all remote sensing topics written by over 300 leading global experts.
Sea Level Rise and Storm Wave Flooding Threaten Seabirds
Contact Information:Black-footed albatross with chick, nesting black-footed albatrosses are especially vulnerable to sea-level rise and sudden flooding on low-lying islands . (High resolution image)
ISLAND OF HAWAI‘I, Hawaii — Islands used by tropical seabirds are highly vulnerable to sea level rise according to a new study released today.
Researchers Test Smartphones for Earthquake Warning
MENLO PARK, Calif.— Smartphones and other personal electronic devices could, in regions where they are in widespread use, function as early warning systems for large earthquakes according to newly reported research.
Latest USGS National News Releases
South Dakota Scientists Help Restore Water in Armenia
Citizen Science – Volcanic Ash Collection Workshop and Public Lecture
Winners Announced in Visualize Your Water High School Citizen Science Challenge
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Community Flood Protection May Also Help Endangered Salmon to Thrive
How Climate Change Might Affect Polar Bears' Bodies
New Pump-house in Magnuson Park Provides Water for Scientific Research, Wetlands, Wildlife and Recreation