Fact Sheet 2009-3014

2009


USGS Capabilities to Study the Impacts of Drought and Climate Change in the Southeastern United States

By U.S. Geological Survey



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CONTENTS
Introduction
Availability and Management of Water
Southeastern Biodiversity & Imperilment
Invasive Species
Contaminants
Iconic Species
Apalachicola Icons: Oysters & Sturgeon
References

Abstract

In the Southeast, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists are researching issues through technical studies of water availability and quality, geologic processes (marine, coastal, and terrestrial), geographic complexity, and biological resources. The USGS is prepared to tackle multifaceted questions associated with global climate change and resulting weather patterns such as drought through expert scientific skill, innovative research approaches, and accurate information technology.


Suggested Citation:

U.S. Geological Survey, 2009, USGS Capabilities to Study the Impacts of Drought and Climate Change in the Southeastern United States: Fact Sheet 2009-3014, 6 p.

For more information, contact:

Jess Weaver
SE Regional Executive
U.S. Geological Survey
3850 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Suite 160
Norcross, GA 30092
770-409-7700
jdweaver@usgs.gov

Barry Rosen
Center Director
U.S. Geological Survey
Florida Integrated Science Center
12703 Research Parkway
Orlando, FL 32826
407-803-5508
brosen@usgs.gov



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