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USGS Lower MS Gulf 19h
! and () are conducting a motion-compensated survey and multi-beam sonar survey at Minnesota Point in . These surveys will help USACE counteract and habitat destruction.
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USGS 15h
Replying to @theterbush
Gneiss!
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USGS 15h
Replying to @leewah
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USGS 15h
We love you too mysterious channel bar artist! ❤️
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USGS 16h
Replying to @Raerising1
Brachiopods are marine animals that look like clams, but have several physical differences that makes them distinct. They were very common in Earth's oceans up until the Permian-Triassic extinction event. Some species have managed to thrive to this day
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USGS 16h
Replying to @AirshipDB
😂😂
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USGS 16h
Replying to @CSSamit
I'm a geoscientist, not a comedian!
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USGS 17h
Replying to @DaxManley
We like hearing that one periodically
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USGS 17h
Replying to @Guuberre
They're pretty down-to-Earth too!
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USGS 17h
In honor of "How fast does a fault move?" A mylonite! Hit us with your best science joke!
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USGS 19h
Brachiopod fossil of the Kaibab Limestone, Grand Canyon, Arizona (~250 million years old)
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USGS 22h
New Tool Can Help Mississippi River Cities Plan for Future Floods, via .
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USGS Aug 15
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USGS Aug 15
The nickname is in reference to the Plateau's vast glaciers, rather than a literal planetary pole defined by the Earth's axis of rotation
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USGS Aug 15
There were no Landsat satellites flying overhead when the original Woodstock festival kicked off 50 years ago. Check out the differences in , the famously muddy festival in Saugerties, NY that marked the 25th anniversary of the original.
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USGS Aug 15
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USGS Aug 15
Replying to @mari_lona @JoYecker
More on bear identification may be found here:
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USGS Aug 15
Replying to @Lilac94844260
Very nice! Send your pic to usgs_yes@usgs.gov or on social media. Thanks for following USGS science :)
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USGS Aug 15
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USGS Aug 15
Replying to @mcrKirei
Nice shot! Send your pic to usgs_yes@usgs.gov or on social media. Thanks for following USGS science.
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