USGS in Menlo Park

USGS Geologists Leslie Hayden and Diane Moore, USGS Research Geologist Kathryn Watt, USGS Research Hydrologist Marjorie Schulz, and USGS Research Geophysicist Lara Stern will present this free public lecture on February 23, 2017, at 7:00 pm. The location is Rambo Auditorium/Bldg. 3, 345 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park.

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Wolf and elk diseases at Yellowstone is topic of Oct. 30 USGS public lecture

The talk will be give by Paul Cross, USGS Research Wildlife Biologist. He examine such topics as: What can diseases of wildlife tell us about the emergence of human pandemics? Why is a bacterial disease expanding to animals beyond the Greater Yellowstone area? How are diseases affecting Yellowstone wolves? The lecture, which is free and […]

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Topic of Feb. 27 USGS evening lecture is 1964 Alaska earthquake

On March 27, 1964, one of the most violent earthquakes of all time rocked southern Alaska. More than 50,000 square miles of the state was tilted to new elevation, and the resulting property damage disrupted the state’s economy. Within 24 hours, a team of USGS geologists conducted scientific and engineering investigations, to help advise with the […]

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