Berg-Hughes Center for Petroleum and Sedimentary Systems provides petroleum solutions, integrates geology, geophysics and petroleum engineering at Texas A&M and produces tomorrow's leaders.
Center for Atmospheric Chemistry and the Environment. One of the most important objectives of the Center is to provide the highest quality information based on laboratory and field work and calculation relevant to sustaining our environment and maintaining air quality. The latter is particularly concerned with the ability to provide the basis with which to accurately predict the formation, transportation and mitigation of air pollution from the molecular to regional scale using state-of-the-art modeling capabilities and to predict their effect on climate.
The Center for Tectonophysics is an interdisciplinary research group initiated in 1967 for dual purposes: to undertake basic and applied research of both natural and man-induced rock deformation processes and the broad range of geologic structures formed, and to provide research support, training and mentoring of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows pursuing advanced studies in the area of tectonophysics.
Geochemical & Environmental Research Group (GERG) is organized as three interrelated groups working together to provide wide ranging capabilities including field acquisition, analysis and interpretation of data across several different interlocking themes in resource geosciences, environmental sciences and ocean sciences.
Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) is an international marine research program that explores Earth's history and structure recorded in seafloor sediments and rocks, and monitors subseafloor environments.
Texas Sea Grant College Program promotes and sponsors research, education and outreach programs aimed at the wise utilization and conservation of the nation's coastal and marine resources in order to develop and maintain a sustainable economy and a healthy environment.
Office of the Texas State Climatologist serves as a clearinghouse for climate information for the state of Texas. The OSC issues regular climate updates and conducts research on climate monitoring and climate prediction in Texas and the southern United States. The OSC is an AASC-Recognized State Climate Office.