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Jacob Arnold ’19 to receive Ralph Rayburn Scholarship from Texas Sea Grant

Jul 2, 2020

This scholarship is named in honor of Ralph Rayburn ’69, former Texas Sea Grant Associate Director and Extension Program Leader.



Grossman Leading NSF-Funded Study Of Clumped Isotopes In Carbonate Minerals

Jun 25, 2020

Dr. Ethan Grossman will lead the project analyzing rare isotopes to study ancient ocean and sediment temperatures.


Aquaculture Specialist Joins Texas Sea Grant

Jun 24, 2020

Texas Sea Grant has hired Mario Marquez as the program’s new aquaculture specialist to meet the needs of the recent legalization of the oyster aquaculture industry in Texas.


Water-Insecurity Increases COVID-19 Risks

Jun 22, 2020

Texas A&M’s Dr. Wendy Jepson and researchers analyze how water insecurity can hinder strategies to combat the coronavirus.


Texas A&M Study: Face Masks Critical In Preventing Spread Of COVID-19

Jun 15, 2020

A study led by Dr. Renyi Zhang estimates that the measure prevented more than 66,000 infections in New York City in less than a month.


With Texas Beaches Empty, Did Water Quality Improve?

Jun 4, 2020

Texas Sea Grant has awarded a rapid response grant to researchers at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to examine water quality data collected during the COVID-19 quarantine.


New Groundwater Research: Clay Layers Exacerbate Arsenic Problems In Bangladesh

May 28, 2020

Co-authored by Texas A&M’s Dr. Peter Knappett, the recently published study examined causes of arsenic contamination in Bangladesh aquifers.


Geography Student And Mascot Corporal Joins Reveille IX On Disney+ Show

May 28, 2020

Texas A&M Mascot Reveille, accompanied by Colton Ray ’22, will be featured in the third episode of the show 'It's A Dog's Life' on Disney's streaming channel.


Two Texas Sea Grant-nominated fellows selected for NOAA coastal management fellowships

May 27, 2020

Fellows selected for this competitive program work with NOAA partner organizations on coastal resource management and policy.


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