Products from three coastal hazard themes: severe storms, shoreline change, and sea-level rise.
Photography and video from several USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program projects. [Read more]
This collection includes maps displaying available GIS data from various research programs. [Read more]
The St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center's map interfaces can be used to locate samples, data, and hurricane before/after photos pairs. Lidar can be used to examine coastal change and erosion hazards. [Read more]
The data in this collection can be viewed as geo-referenced information using viewers developed at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University for the exploration and visualization of earth science data.
This server contains time series oceanographic data collected by USGS investigators and collaborators as part of experiments to study circulation and sediment transport in the coastal ocean. [Read more]
USGS conducts geologic mapping, assessments, and research about resource availability in the Exclusive Economic Zone, an area of sea bottom larger than the entire continental landmass of the United States. [Read more]
USGS Sample Repositories, Facilities, and Archives
Coastal and Marine Geology repositories serve the scientific community through sample data storage and organization, providing accurate answers to inquiries regarding sample metadata and protecting the physical integrity of these samples.