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Scientists at the USGS Western Ecological Research Center study the many ecosystems of the Pacific Southwest. Follow our expeditions and projects through this outreach page, and learn more about your local landscape with our library of Outreach Factsheets and photos. Thanks for joining us!

Ben Young Landis
Outreach and Communications Coordinator

WERC Headquarters
3020 State University Drive East
Sacramento, CA 95819
Phone: (916) 278-9495
Fax: (916) 278-9475
Email: blandis@usgs.gov
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Screenshot of USGS WERC newsletter --Photographer: USGS
MONDAY SEP 08 2014
USGS Western Ecological Research Center newsletters are posted regularly on our blog. Check back for a rundown of new research and events on ecology ...more
Screenshot of USGS WERC newsletter --Photographer: USGS
MONDAY AUG 11 2014
USGS Western Ecological Research Center newsletters are posted regularly on our blog. Check back for a rundown of new research and events on ecology ...more
Ecological Society of America logo --Photographer: ESA
SUNDAY AUG 10 2014
The USGS Ecosystems Mission Area, Climate and Land Use Change Mission Area, and the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center are sponsors ...more
Photo of forest courtesy of Peter Hudson. Inset image Copyright 1997, 2004 by Current Medicine LLC. All rights reserved. Image reproduced here with kind permission from Springer Science+Business Media B.V. --Photographer: Current Medicine LLC/Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
FRIDAY AUG 08 2014
Conserving nature can improve human lives. From forest watersheds that perform natural filtration of drinking water to coral reefs that break tsunam ...more
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