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Ancient Deepsea Shells Reveal 66 Million Years Of Carbon Dioxide Levels

Jun 11, 2021

Co-authored by two Texas A&M scientists, a new analysis using ancient marine organisms provides important new past climate data and context to modern carbon emissions.


Oceanography Cruises Return for Undergraduate Students

Jun 7, 2021

Undergraduate students at Texas A&M University Oceanography learned valuable lab and field methods on their first cruise since before the COVID-19 pandemic.


New Study: Galveston Bay’s Lead Levels Are Low, 25% Human-Sourced

Jun 4, 2021

Researchers recently found that despite low lead levels in Galveston Bay, approximately 25 percent is estimated to be anthropogenic.


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