Is Usgs Down?
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@MattAshton81 @ThanHitt @USGS Awesome! If you need a range map to supplement the case do not hesitate to reach out. We have an R tool (kind of buggy) that makes species maps in a snap (Blue Ridge, Checkered, and Potomac, respectively). I am sure a simple fork in the code could do it in one map. https://t.co/FHCZF3lb8w
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@Osariik @ORIOLELM @USGSVolcanoes @CorriganWalter @NoMannsLands @therightblue @USGS @YellowstoneNPS @physorg_com @theAGU @HollyDunsworth @JenniferRaff @coreyspowell @skdh @carolynporco @UCLarchaeology @Cambridge_Uni @UniofOxford @UN_Women @UN @Magda_Skipper @nature @NatureComms @gsciencelady @SPIEGEL_Wissen @TEDTalks @Antoyac @mariloupwolfe @EmilieBerge @journalmetro @le1518 @juliedroletrdi @JdeMontreal @SebBovetSRC @geraldfillion @migirard @AAStArnaud @AzebWG @cathmerc @MFBazzo @cyblesoleil @RadioCanadaInfo @CBCNews @PatriceRoyTJ @Val_Plante @jyduclos @NathalieRoyCAQ @beatricepirate Languages are something to learn, yes, but French is not one that I'll be learning.
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@USGS_YES @USGS The paper models can also be found at https://t.co/RXG8d9VWmv. Just click documents on the left-hand side, then scroll down to the paper models. They’re fun for adults, too, and the PDFs also have a lot of background information. An oldie but a goodie!
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@mdettinger @NWSReno @USGS In Carson City down near Carson st, there was no mistaking it. Reaching for the wall to stabilize. But I hear from friends up on the alluvial fan that they didn’t feel it, but they were naybe a quarantini or three into Friday night so...
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