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Environmental Engineering


Forever chemicals: Examining biological treatment to improve pollution management

Texas A&M AgriLife researchers publish findings in the journal Bioresource Technolgy.
Conservation Research

In new study, satellites measure evaporation in 164 large reservoirs around globe

Team from Texas A&M and NASA publishes findings in Nature journal Scientific Data.

Carbon emissions reduction through industry electrification

The current standard for drying processes is energy-intensive
Environmental Engineering

Heat vs. H2O: Federal grant allows A&M researchers to study how wildfires can alter national supply of drinking water

Runoff of pyrogenic organic matter can harm quality of pristine water sources

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

Database tracks evaporation rates for 1.42 million lakes, reservoirs globally

A&M engineers publish results in Nature Communications
Environmental Engineering

Shocking results: Electricity can stop wide range of waterborne viruses

Strategy could add another level of safety against common pathogens that threaten public health
Environmental Engineering

Bacterium found in mangroves can transform sewage into biopolymer

Discovery offers a way to cut down upstream costs for bioplastics manufacturing