Bí-kok Tē-chit Tiāu-cha-só͘

Bí-kok Tē-chit Tiāu-cha-só͘ (United States Geological Survey USGS) sī Bí-kok chèng-hú ê kho-ha̍k pō͘-bûn chi it, choan-bûn gián-kiù Bí-kok thó͘-tē pau-koat seng-thàu, tē-lí, tē-chit, chúi-lī téng hong-bīn.

Bí-kok Tē-chit Tiāu-cha-só͘ (USGS)
US-GeologicalSurvey-Seal.svg
Seal of the United States Geological Survey
USGS logo green.svg
Official identifier of the U.S. Geological Survey
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Flag of the United States Geological Survey
Agency overview
Formed 1879 nî 3 gue̍h 3 li̍t,​ (142 nî chêng)​(1879-03-03 (as Geological Survey)
Jurisdiction Bí-kok
Headquarters John W. Powell National Center
Reston, Virginia, U.S.
38°56′49″N 77°22′03″W / 38.9470°N 77.3675°W / 38.9470; -77.3675
Employees 8,670 (2009)
Annual budget $1.16 billion (FY2019) [1]
Agency executive
  • Dave Applegate[2], Acting Director
Parent agency United States Department of the Interior
Website USGS.gov

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Chù-kái修改

  1. H.J.Res. 31
  2. "Dave Applegate, Ph.D." U.S. Geological Survey. 11 March 2021 khòaⁿ--ê.