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March Science Picks—Leads, Feeds and Story Seeds
Released: 3/3/2005

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Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


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Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


Denver Beaulieu-Hains 1-click interview
Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


Denver Beaulieu-Hains 1-click interview
Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


Denver Beaulieu-Hains 1-click interview
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Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


Denver Beaulieu-Hains 1-click interview
Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


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Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


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Phone: 703-648-4732 | FAX: 703-648-4466


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In this edition find out what USGS has learned about the California landslides, and the December 26th Indian Ocean Tsunami and so much more... This month’s Science Picks can help you cover ongoing earth and natural science research and investigations, and technology at USGS – Photos and web links are provided to enhance your story. If you are not receiving this and would like to, or would like to change the recipient, or no longer want to receive it, please email dbeaulieu-hains@usgs.gov.

Included this month:

  • Landslide Hazards Pile Up in Southern California
  • Will the December 26th Indian Ocean Tsunami Prove to be the Most Powerful Tsunami Ever
  • Will the Earth Move in March?
  • USGS Finds New Survivor in Palau Islands
  • Super Sleuths of Soil
  • Landslide Report Details Danger and Complexity of Future Landslides for California Coast
  • Having Good Geographic Data is Essential to Critical Decision Making
  • Weeding out Undesirable Plants Just Got Easier
  • Partnership and New Prescription Offer Hope for Endangered Mussels
  • How Much Water is in Them The’r Snow Banks?


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