New Issue of Sound Waves OnlineStories about forecasting storm impacts, disappearing beaches, deep-water ROV dives, outreach, meetings, and more.
As Hurricane Season Opens, USGS Is ReadyScientists work in the field before, during and after landfall to improve forecasting and recovery
Hurricane Sandy Fire Island Regional StudyNew data for understanding coastal processes and vulnerability
Sea Floor Erodes, Reefs Can't Keep UpCoastal communities lose protection as degrading coral reefs are outpaced by sea level rise
Sediment Data from Breton Island, LASediment data collected in 2014 and 2015 from Breton and Gosier Islands, Breton National Wildlife Refuge, LA
Beach Profiles for Fire Island Updated January 2017Elevation data along beach profiles have been measured quarterly since Hurricane Sandy made landfall in 2012.
Advances in Topobathymetric MappingSpecial Issue highlights recent research for understanding the dynamic coastal environment
Long-lived boulder corals: an oceanic counterpart to tree rings.Corals help reconstruct historic ocean temperatures, forecast future trends
Before and After PhotosSE Beach Dunes Lost to Hurricane Matthew