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New method can detect dust that travels 6,500-plus miles from the Sahara Desert to the southern United States each summer

Tracking annual plumes will provide essential data about climate, natural cycles and human health
Urban Planning

How will climate change influence flooding and pollution in America’s underserved communities? New study seeks answers

This knowledge will prove critical to leaders who must make crucial decisions about infrastructure

Lesson in liquidity: It’s well worth the cost to take arsenic and other toxins out of the public’s water supply, a new A&M study demonstrates

International project receives support from A&M’s CONACYT program

Underground leaks of carbon dioxide: Machines will learn to detect them, predict them, reduce their impact and save millions of dollars

Led by Texas A&M’s campus in Qatar, this multi-university project has received funding from Qatar National Research Fund

Cleaning up ‘forever chemicals’: Plant-based material can eat PFAs

Researches publish findings from federally funded project in Nature Communications
Atmospheric Sciences

Scientists aim to develop method to detect emerging air pollutants

EPA provides federal funding for A&M-UNC air-quality project
Biomedical Sciences

Green infrastructure: A&M center creates plan for excess stormwater

Unique approach combines three separate landscape performance tools to help Houston community

Database tracks evaporation rates for 1.42 million lakes, reservoirs globally

A&M engineers publish results in Nature Communications
Atmospheric Sciences

Atmospheric data from India’s COVID-19 lockdown reveals how black carbon affects climate

International team of scientists publishes findings in Nature Communications