A documentary film highlighting recent and past USGS (US Geological Survey) research in the Lake Tahoe Basin. It features USGS science activities conducted by hydrologists, geologists, geographers, computer modelers, and biologists. Some of USGS science detailed includes water quality monitoring, streamgaging, and use of aerial photography. The use of consistent, reliable, long-term data and maps are crucial for evaluating and maintaining the lake and basin.
1964 Quake: The Great Alaska Earthquake
A Forest After Fire
A World On Fire: Wildfire And Climate Change In The Past, Present, And Future
Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist: Ocean Time Capsules
Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist: What Is Maritime Archaeology?
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument
All About the Holidays: Summer and Winter Solstice
All About the Holidays: The Four Seasons
Animated Life: Pangea