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cover story:
Northern Alaska Coastal Erosion Threatens Habitat and Infrastructure

Climate Change Reduces Coral Reefs' Ability to Protect Coasts

Polar Bears Forced on Shore by Sea-Ice Loss Are Unlikely to Thrive on Land-Based Foods

Many Dry Tortugas Loggerheads Actually Bahamas Residents

USGS Oceanographer Participating on Collaborative U.S. and Canadian Research Cruise

Spotlight on Sandy
Detailed Flood Information Key to More Reliable Coastal Storm Impact Estimates

Coral Photo Selected as Popular Photography's "Photo of the Day"

New Marine Facility Chief for the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center

George Tate Retires from the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center

Publications July–Sept. Publications

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