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Though Not A Hurricane, Cindy Can Pack A Big Punch

Though Not A Hurricane, Cindy Can Pack A Big Punch

COLLEGE STATION, June 21, 2017 – It doesn’t take a hurricane to cause problems from a storm, and many residents along the Gulf Coast may be about to find that out the hard way.  Tropical Storm Cindy, formed just a few days ago, is expected to make landfall Thursday and it could bring a strong punch despite its non-hurricane status, says a Texas A&M University expert.

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Texas A&M Storm Expert: Minor Hurricanes Are Still Capable Of Major Damage

Texas A&M Storm Expert: Minor Hurricanes Are Still Capable Of Major Damage

With hurricane season starting June 1, it’s interesting to note that the United States has now gone 12 years – the longest period on record – without a major hurricane making landfall. But that’s a bit deceiving because if it’s one thing we’ve learned in recent years is that it doesn’t take a major hurricane to cause major damage, says a Texas A&M University severe storms expert.

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TAMU GIS Graduate and Air Force Veteran Takes His Experience to Chevron

TAMU GIS Graduate and Air Force Veteran Takes His Experience to Chevron

Paul Barth ’17 discusses his journey as a transfer student in the College of Geosciences.

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