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Texas Sea Grant Revitalizes Weighmaster Training Program

May 11, 2022

The program will train Texans interested in becoming weighmasters at sportfishing tournaments.

Chrissy Wiederwohl Awarded Provost Teaching Excellence Award

May 2, 2022

The Texas A&M Oceanography professor was awarded the 2022 Provost Academic Track Faculty Teaching Excellence Award by the Center for Teaching Excellence.

Scientists Find Gaps In Global River And Stream Monitoring

Apr 25, 2022

New research co-authored by a Texas A&M scientist analyzed placement of stream gauges that inform important global water datasets.

Weather Forecasters Nationwide Use Texas A&M’s Online Weather Data Platforms

Apr 15, 2022

Developed by faculty and staff in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences and College of Geosciences, the Weather Data Interface and High-Definition Weather platforms provide free access to useful weather forecasting data for meteorologists.

Atmospheric Data From India’s 2020 Lockdown Reveals How Black Carbon Affects Climate

Apr 14, 2022

Co-authored by Texas A&M scientists, new research on atmospheric conditions in India in 2020 shows how levels of black carbon and dust are related to climate and monsoons.

Geology And Geophysics Students Experience Carbonates Up Close On Field Study Trip To The Bahamas

Apr 11, 2022

Dr. Juan Carlos Laya and undergraduate students spent an extended spring break in The Bahamas to investigate a modern carbonate platform

NSF-Funded Deep Ocean Drilling Expeditions Will Be Led By Texas A&M Scientists

Apr 11, 2022

Sailing aboard the world-renowned JOIDES Resolution research drill ship, Dr. Julia Reece and Dr. Jason Sylvan will each co-lead a 2-month South Atlantic research expedition this year.

Yue Zhang Leading DOE-Funded Secondary Organic Aerosols Research

Apr 4, 2022

The research will answer key questions about the physicochemical properties of aerosol particles, and aerosol-cloud interactions.

Yige Zhang Honored With F.W. Clarke Award

Mar 30, 2022

The Geochemical Society bestows the honor on one scientist per year.

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