Texas A&M Geosciences

Texas A&M Geosciences

College Station, Texas / The geosciences responds to society's grand challenges – global climate change, air and water quality, and adequate energy and food supplies.
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Congrats to junior Atmospheric Sciences student Carlos Martinez on being awarded the grand prize in the Virtual Student Poster Showcase at the 2014 American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) annual conference.

Thirty years ago on Jan. 16th, the first core came on deck during the shakedown cruise of the Ocean Drilling Program. Congratulations to the scientists, crew, technicians and staff who have worked so hard to make so much outstanding science possible.

Sea Grant recommends up to 6 candidates for the Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship that allows recent grads to work in science-policy. Up to 3 candidates are nominated for the Coastal Management Fellowship.They nominate students for graduate student fellowships in Population and Ecosystem Dynamics, and Marine Resource Dynamics. Students from any discipline who are interested in coastal management and policy issues are encouraged to apply. Applications must be submitted by Jan. 23, 2015.

Happy Holidays from the College of Geosciences!

All Aggies in Singapore are invited to tour the ship, Jan. 31. Reply on this site if you have not received your invitation.

Our very own Dr. Mark Lemmon, professor of Atmospheric Sciences and science team member for NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover, has been working to study the images being sent back from the rover.

Texas A&M Expert: State’s Drought Is Easing Somewhat – But For How Long?

WalletHub asked Dr. Christian Brannstrom, professor in the department of Geography, questions about how the domestic energy "revolution" is affecting our wallets.