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LET 'EARTH SCIENCE TAKE YOU EVERYWHERE' AT USGS OPEN HOUSE

 LET 'EARTH SCIENCE TAKE YOU EVERYWHERE' AT USGS OPEN HOUSE
 Earth Day? If you want the inside scoop on the Earth, if you're wondering about coastal erosion now that "beach season" is upon us, if you're worried about volcanoes affecting your dream vacation to Hawaii, then come to the experts.
 Scientists will be on hand to answer questions about coastal erosion, volcanoes around the world and more at the U.S. Geological Survey's Open House, Saturday, April 25.
 Earthquakes, volcanoes, water quality, floods, fossils, dinosaur footprints and maps are just some of the aspects of the natural world that will be featured on Saturday through tours, and more than 80 exhibits and hands-on activities that will be fun for the entire family.
 Let "Earth Science Take You Everywhere," at the USGS Open House, Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Reston, Va. (12201 Sunrise Valley Dr.).
 CONTACT: USGS Public Affairs Office, 703-648-4460.
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