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Ethan Williams

“The green roof project involves instrumentation and data logging and other measurements, to give students in-field experience” 

Ethan Williams '18, Meteorology

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Jessica Fitzsimmons

Oceanography Assistant Professor Dr. Jessica Fitzsimmons led a Galveston Bay cruise examining an environmental incident’s impact on the bay.

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Juan Acevedo

Geophysics student Juan Acevedo’s four undergraduate research projects took him everywhere from the Eagle Ford to studying Mars.

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Julie Loisel

Geography Assistant Professor Dr. Julie Loisel led students to Tierra del Fuego in southern Patagonia, to sample peatlands and determine carbon stocks.

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Klein Conducting Antarctic Research Aboard NSF Ship

Diving in never-before dived sites, scientists are investigating declining macroalgae communities.

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From The Southern Ocean: Tales From Orsi-Led Antarctic Expedition

Texas A&M Oceanography’s Dr. Alejandro Orsi has been leading a 40-day, NSF-funded research expedition in the Southern Ocean.

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Giardino Named A Piper Professor Of 2019

The prestigious honor recognizes outstanding educators in Texas universities.

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NASA-Funded Research Led By Bowman Using ER-2 Featured In Science

NASA’s ER-2 high-altitude research aircraft will be used to investigate the summertime stratosphere during the Dynamics and Chemistry of the Summer Stratosphere project.

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Aggie’s Weather Radio Show Helped Local Community Be Weather-Aware

Graduating senior 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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Trailblazing Oceanography Grad Will Be Ocean Educator In Florida Keys

This May, Victoria Scriven ’19 will be one of the first two Aggies to graduate with an undergraduate degree in oceanography.