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The Air We Breathe: It’s a Gas!

What is in this air we breathe? What are the gases in the air? How much of each gas is there? Join us June 1st in Reston, VA for this family friendly presentation with hands on experiments.

Volcanoes in America’s Past, Present, and Future

Volcanic eruptions have always been a part of human history; the American experience is no exception. On November 3rd, USGS’s Dr. John Eichelberger discusses new USGS programs which establish monitoring networks on all hazardous US volcanoes, to reduce the effects of volcanic hazards on communities.

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