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Texas Oyster Mariculture Stakeholder Meeting Slated For Jan. 25

Jan 21, 2020

A meeting for stakeholders in the Lower Laguna Madre will facilitate discussion on oyster mariculture in the area.


Epic South Pacific Expedition Is Special For Texas A&M Geosciences Dean

Jan 16, 2020

Dr. Debbie Thomas is co-leading an elite international team of scientists aboard a world-class research drillship.


Explanation Found For Die-Off Of Coral Reefs In Gulf Of Mexico

Jan 16, 2020

A Texas A&M Oceanography research team found that processes leading to hypoxia led to the death of parts of the reefs in the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.


Study Shows Earth’s River Ice Is Rapidly Declining

Jan 16, 2020

Texas A&M Geography’s Dr. George Allen co-authored research showing river ice has dramatically decreased over the past 30 years.


Co-Led By Geosciences Dean, IODP Expedition Studies Ancient Warm Climate Clues In South Pacific

Jan 14, 2020

Dr. Debbie Thomas is serving as co-chief scientist of the international expedition.


Julie Massey Honored With Distinguished Agent Title

Jan 10, 2020

In recognition of her longstanding service, Texas Sea Grant Extension Agent Julie Massey has earned the prestigious title of distinguished agent.


Follow Geosciences Dean Debbie Thomas On IODP Expedition 378

Dec 19, 2019

The NSF-funded expedition sails Jan. 3 - March 4, 2020.


December 2019 Graduates Recognized With Awards And Honors

Dec 19, 2019

The College of Geosciences graduation celebration was held Dec. 13.


Six LAUNCH Undergraduate Research Scholars Designated as Texas Sea Grant Scholars

Dec 19, 2019

Texas Sea Grant has funded six undergraduate research scholars at Texas A&M University and Texas A&M University at Galveston.


Oyster Fishery First To Receive Sustainability Certification With Texas Sea Grant Support

Dec 19, 2019

With the help of Texas Sea Grant, Prestige Oyster's Inc. became the first private oyster fishery in the America to achieve certification from the Marine Stewardship Council.


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