Tag: USGS

PCTC's March 1 column in Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction Magazine focuses on expectations for interactions with governments in...

Water supply is an important issue in every community, and the City of San Antonio (COSA), Texas, has...

Agency declines to cite studies that “question the validity” of problematic findings ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Feb. 10, 2016...

Release came three days before court imposed deadline for USGS legal response to organization’s complaint ALEXANDRIA, Va. -...

In 2014, Van Metre & Mahler published a paper in the journal Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T) claiming...

After years of waiting for the USGS to "do the right thing" by addressing its flawed science, which...

At the 2015 annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) in Salt Lake City,...

As supporting information for a presentation at SETAC 2015 on White Hat Bias, this post includes a link...

On October 10, 2015 blogger and occasional USGS collaborator, Tom Ennis, revealed that USGS scientist, Dr. Barbara Mahler,...

The subscription news service Chemical Watch reports that the European General Court has overturned the classification of coal tar...