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Land Subsidence is subject of next USGS evening lecture on March 28

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USGS evening lecture on Sept. 27 focuses on 1868 Hayward earthquake

The free, open-to-the-public lecture, which will be given by USGS Research Geophysicist Tom Brother, takes place on Sept. 27 at 7:00 pm in the Rambo Auditorium/Bldg. 3, 345 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park.

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Upcoming USGS evening lecture looks at what’s happening with the Kilauea Volcano

“What on Earth is going on at Kilauea Volcano?” is the title of a talk by USGS Research Geophysicist Kyle Anderson on Thursday, Aug. 30 at 7:00 pm. It will take place in USGS’s Rambo Auditorium/Bldg. 3, 345 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park.

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“What’s in a species name” is topic of USGS lecture on Sept. 28

John B. French, Jr., Center Director USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center will discuss: What have museum collections taught us about invasive diseases? When is an endangered species not a species? How can birds in a museum help protect airline passengers? How do geology and biology govern what species we find on the Channel Islands? The […]

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California as “volcano country” is USGS evening lecture on April 23, commemorating centennial of 1914-17 eruptions

Everyone knows that California is “earthquake country,” but it is also “volcano country.” The most recent large volcanic eruption in California was 100 years ago at Lassen Peak, in what is now Lassen Volcanic National Park. California is much different today than it was 100 years ago; in 1915 there were no deaths, no injuries, […]

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