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New images provide fresh view of U.S. coastlines

AAG SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

The U.S. Geological Survey has provided a fresh look at about 2,000 miles worth of the country's coastlines by releasing new images and video footage. Researchers are "learning the dynamics of the seafloor and how things have changed in the last few decades," said Nadine Golden, a geographer with the U.S. Geological Survey. "Being able to get a picture of that is extremely useful." The images could help with habitat protection and offer insight into natural disasters. Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model) (03/20)


Researchers map public opinion on climate change

AAG SmartBrief | Apr 09, 2015

Where is the geographic center of the U.S.?

AAG SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Literary mapping project plots emotions in 19th-century London

AAG SmartBrief | Apr 16, 2015

How Twitter maps can be misleading

AAG SmartBrief | Apr 02, 2015

The future of western weather

AAG SmartBrief | Mar 19, 2015

Study suggests 1610 is the best start date of the Anthropocene

AAG SmartBrief | Mar 19, 2015

Single-subject maps offer unique view of the U.S. landscape

AAG SmartBrief | Apr 02, 2015

Sun Belt cities see the most population growth

AAG SmartBrief | Apr 02, 2015

Study: Amazon forest may be weakening as a carbon sink

AAG SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015


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