Integrated Methods Development
The Integrated Methods Development Project is an interdisciplinary project that combines the fields of geophysics, environmental geochemistry, and imaging spectroscopy. This project consists of four tasks funded under the Mineral Resources Program and one task funded under the Toxic Substances Hydrology Program. The Integrated Methods Development Project supports the development and maintenance of new and existing techniques, methods, and applications. New or improved research tools developed within this project will be incorporated into topical projects.
- Integrated Applications
- Geophysical Methods
- Geochemical Methods
- Imaging Spectroscopy Methods
- Toxic Substances Hydrology Program Activities
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- Geophysical Research and Development
- Aqueous Geochemistry Research and Development
- Remote Sensing Research and Applications
- USGS Spectroscopy Lab
- USGS Mineral Resources Program
- USGS Toxics Substances Hydrology Program
Box 25046 MS 964D Denver Federal Center
Denver, CO 80225-0046
Phone: (303) 236-5788
Email Kathleen Smith
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