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Free Film Screening And Discussions Of “Picture A Scientist” Open To Texas A&M Community

Oct 21, 2020

The film will be screened for free Oct. 27, and Geosciences Dean Dr. Debbie Thomas will co-lead a panel discussion of the film Oct. 28, followed by a fieldwork panel discussion Oct. 29 co-organized by the International Ocean Discovery Program.

Drilling Into The Past

Oct 21, 2020

Researchers share an inside look at the impact of the R. Ken Williams ’45 Radiogenic Isotope Geosciences Laboratory.

Texas A&M Oceanographer Co-Leading NOAA Research Task Force

Oct 21, 2020

Awarded nearly $800,000 in research funding, Texas A&M’s Dr. Colleen Petrik will co-lead a NOAA task force studying global fish populations in changing ocean environments.

Geography Ph.D. Student Selected For National Academies Science Policy Fellowship

Oct 20, 2020

John Schiff is one of nine recipients from throughout the country who received this prestigious fellowship.

Q&A: How Field Camp Adapted To Summer 2020

Oct 20, 2020

Dr. Brent Miller discusses how this summer’s Department of Geology and Geophysics field camp course adapted to COVID-19 safety precautions and transformed the field experience by going totally online.

Berg-Hughes Center Awarded More Than $1 Million For Multidisciplinary Research

Oct 12, 2020

Faculty in the Colleges of Geosciences, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Engineering, and Science will contribute to the two large research projects, both managed by the Berg-Hughes Center.

Feed the Fleet Event Gives Back to Fishermen Affected by Recent Storms

Oct 9, 2020

Texas Sea Grant joined other Texas and Louisiana groups to provide supplies and food to fishermen of Cameron Parish, Louisiana at the Feed the Fleet event.

Raquel Bryant To Lead Geological Society Of America Pardee Symposium

Oct 2, 2020

Dr. Raquel Bryant, Geology and Geophysics postdoctoral research associate, will lead the Geological Society Of America Pardee Symposium, titled The Next Generation Of Geoscience Leaders: Strategies For Excellence In Diversity And Inclusion.

Texas A&M Expert: La Niña In Pacific May Affect Texas Weather

Sep 25, 2020

Cooler ocean waters tend to make drier and warmer conditions throughout the Southwest.

New Research Quantifies Mississippi River Floodwaters Diverted Into Lake Pontchartrain

Sep 25, 2020

Research by Texas A&M Oceanography graduate student Robert Iles tracks diverted Mississippi floodwaters throughout Lake Pontchartrain with satellite imagery.

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