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May 2017
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Coastal-Change Forecast for Hurricane Matthew on October 7, 2016
Scientists Prepare for Hurricane Season with New Tools and Data

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Cover Story
Scientists Prepare for Hurricane Season with New Tools and Data that Advance Forecasting of Storm Impacts

News Briefs
News Briefs

Research
Disappearing Beaches: Modeling Shoreline Change in Southern California

Fieldwork
Recent Fieldwork

Outreach
Real-Time Public Engagement in Deep-Water Remotely Operated Vehicle Dives at Methane Seeps

Scientists Inspiring Students

Meetings
USGS Seafloor-Mapping Expert Sam Johnson is Keynote Speaker at Geological Conference in South Africa

Publications
Recent Publications

Recent Highlights from Past Issues
Elkhorn corals on the seafloor along the northeastern coast of Buck Island, U.S. Virgin Islands, have died and collapsed into rubble
Severe Seafloor Erosion in Coral Reefs Leaves Coastal Communities at Risk

Large waves breaking on cliffs in Santa Cruz, California, February 13, 2016
Severe Erosion on U.S. West Coast during 2015-16 El Niño

Perspective view of multibeam bathymetry data acquired by the USGS aboard the R/V Medeia
New Seafloor Fault Imagery in the Gulf of Alaska

Low-altitude oblique photography taken before and after Hurricane Matthew shows the storm cut a new inlet between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River near St. Augustine, Florida
SE Beach Dunes Lost to Hurricane Matthew

deepwater vessel Chikyu
Potentially Producible Gas Hydrate Found in Indian Ocean

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