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July Science Picks—Leads, Feeds, and Story Seeds
Released: 7/24/2006

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Phone: 703-648-4732

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Want to cover hot topics...Volcanoes, Wildfire, Earthquakes and Flood? The July Science Picks provide the most current USGS science news and information. Science Picks helps you cover ongoing earth and natural science research, investigations and technology. Photos and Web links are also provided to enhance your story. If you would like to receive Science Picks via email, would like to change the recipient or no longer want to receive it, please email dmakle@usgs.gov.

July Highlights:

  • Explosive Situation Calls for Quick Response
  • What Put the BANG in Fireworks?
  • When the Smoke Clears
  • Recovery After Wildfire
  • Downed Wood is Chipmunk Super Highway
  • To Seed or Not to Seed after Rangeland Wildfire?
  • Is a Wildfire Headed Your Way? Stay Informed Online, in Real-Time
  • Keeping an Eye on Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Other Hazards
  • New USGS Technique Makes Mapping More Realistic
  • Remembering One of Colorado's Deadliest Floods

and more ...


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