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Texas A&M Students Delivered Water And Filters To Texans In Crisis

Apr 12, 2021

Students in the College of Geosciences and the Texas A&M chapter of Wine To Water provided water filters to Texans still facing household water crises after February’s winter storms.


Non-Traditional Path Brings Geography Ph.D. Student Manuel Salgado To Snow Research

Apr 9, 2021

Meet Manuel Salgado, a Ph.D. student in geography.


Pollution From Hurricane Harvey Traveled 100 Miles Off Texas Coast

Apr 9, 2021

A Texas A&M study shows weather events carried contaminated water to the Flower Garden Banks sanctuary off the Galveston Coast, much farther than expected.


Two Geography Faculty Receive Los Alamos National Lab Fellowships

Mar 29, 2021

The fellowships support the development of long-term collaborative ties between Texas A&M and LANL researchers.


Study: Bahamas Were Settled Earlier Than Believed

Mar 10, 2021

It’s believed early settlers to the islands eventually changed the landscape of the Bahamas.


Louisiana, Texas Sea Grants Helping Develop Better BRDs

Mar 1, 2021

This three-year, $2.48 million project will develop better bycatch reduction devices (BRDs) for the commercial shrimp industry in the Gulf of Mexico.


Career Panel Recap: Renowned Geoscientists Coach Aggies On Career Success

Feb 25, 2021

The Feb. 3 event covered experts' advice on internships, skill sets, industry opportunities and more.


Remembering Curtis Samford ’83

Feb 25, 2021

“My heart is with the Samford family,” said Geosciences Dean Dr. Debbie Thomas.


How Can Declining Sea Ice Thickness Affect Our World?

Feb 24, 2021

Texas A&M Geography doctoral student Victoria Ford recently published new findings in Climate Dynamics.


Perseverance Rover Looks For Ancient Life On Mars With Help From Aggies

Feb 22, 2021

Two scientists in Texas A&M’s Department of Geology and Geophysics are part of the Perseverance team.


Gulf of Mexico Experiencing Record Low Water Temperatures

Feb 22, 2021

After days of freezing weather, Texas A&M-operated buoys near Galveston and Corpus Christi are reporting the lowest temperatures recorded since their installation.


Unprecedented High-Resolution Climate Simulation Developed By Texas A&M Scientist

Feb 10, 2021

Texas A&M University researchers and international collaborators recently published an unprecedented set of long-term, high-resolution climate simulations.


A Perfect Storm: Aggies And Weather

Feb 10, 2021

Texas A&M’s meteorology program is one of the country’s best, and it’s likely your local weatherperson proves it almost daily.


Erol And Barbara Morey Designate Planned Endowment To Geosciences

Jan 27, 2021

The gift will provide fellowships for geosciences graduate students.


National Cemeteries To Be Mapped By Texas A&M Multidisciplinary Team

Jan 26, 2021

The Department of Geography’s Dr. Stacey Lyle is leading the team, which will develop a digitized national cemetery experience.


New Wildfire Smoke Research Improves Climate Modeling Accuracy

Jan 25, 2021

Co-authored by a Texas A&M scientist, a new study shows that wildfire smoke cools the climate more than current climate computer models assume.


New Geographic Monitoring Technique Detects Early COVID-19 Cases

Jan 22, 2021

A Texas A&M geography professor is part of a research team that found efficient ways to track the virus and pinpoint spreading clusters.


Paying For Emissions We’ve Already Released

Jan 5, 2021

Global warming in excess of 2 degrees Celsius has already been committed by past emissions, says Texas A&M scientist and team of researchers.


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