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Marissa Castillo

"It is because of GeoX that I have chosen to pursue a major in environmental geosciences, with minors in geology and GIST."

Marissa Castillo ’20, Environmental Geosciences

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Joseph Trujillo

Joseph Trujillo

Joseph Trujillo ’19 recorded daily weather forecasts for a local Spanish radio station while earning a double degree in meteorology and Spanish.

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Mia Self

Mia Self dove 2,500 meters deep in HOV ALVIN during a NSF-funded research cruise, led by a Texas A&M Oceanography professor.

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Dr. Wendy Jepson

Geography Professor Dr. Wendy Jepson recently helped bring the realities of water insecurity to life in a multimedia exhibit at the Michigan Science Center, in Detroit, Michigan.

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Texas A&M Research Team Finds Life Deep Beneath Ocean Floor

The cores show life present at 2,600 feet below the Indian Ocean seafloor. The discovery could lead to similar finds around the world.

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Aggie Student Veteran Receives AMS Outstanding Poster Award

Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography student, Lance Belobrajdic ’21, was awarded an Outstanding Student Conference Poster Award from the American Meteorological Society (AMS).

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Extreme Weather Risks Rising In Texas, Warns New Report

The new Texas-specific analysis fills a major data gap for policymakers and business leaders — and shows coming climate change impacts, says Texas A&M professor and state climatologist.

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New Oil Spill Outreach Specialist Joins Texas Sea Grant

Dani Bailey will be "an integral addition to both the Oil Spill Science Program" and "provide much-needed services to her community.”

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Ping Yang Named Distinguished Professor by Texas A&M University

Dr. Ping Yang has been named a University Distinguished Professor by Texas A&M University, and appointed Associate Dean for Research by the College of Geosciences.

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Extraordinary Ocean Floor Cores Speak To Ancient Climate Shifts, Texas A&M Dean Says

Dr. Debbie Thomas, Dean of the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M, spent five weeks co-leading International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 378, which recovered the sediment cores in the South Pacific.

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