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St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center

Research Programs have a primary focus of investigating processes related to coastal and marine environments and societal implications related to natural hazards, resource sustainability, and environmental change.

Honoring the career of USGS scientist Asbury Sallenger Understanding past coastal change in the northern Gulf of Mexico provides insight into modern and future trends. Integrating wetlands into coastal-change hazard assessments for a more comprehensive look at coastal ecosystem vulnerabilities. A new online tool that interactively serves up past, present and future coastal hazards can help communities improve their resilience Cover story: Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards in the Northeastern Caribbean - Insights from the <i>Nautilus</i> Expedition

Memorial Art Installation at USGS Science Center

Honoring the career of USGS scientist Asbury Sallenger

Geologic and Geophysical Methods Describe How Coasts Evolve

Understanding past coastal change in the northern Gulf of Mexico provides insight into modern and future trends.

Assesing wetland change and vulnerability

Integrating wetlands into coastal-change hazard assessments for a more comprehensive look at coastal ecosystem vulnerabilities.

Science brings clarity to shifting shores

A new online tool that interactively serves up past, present and future coastal hazards can help communities improve their resilience

May / June issue of Sound Waves available online

Cover story: Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards in the Northeastern Caribbean - Insights from the Nautilus Expedition

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Coastal and Marine Geolgy Program



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