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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

Replacing wheels with legs may help rovers to navigate ice, sand and other surfaces more easily on Mars and other planets

NASA invests $3 million in three-year A&M-USC project

How do Io’s dunes move without wind? New model explains mystery

Study could provide insights about dunes on distant planets

A&M faculty will serve as co-leaders for two South Atlantic expeditions

Scientists say research will expand our understanding of Earth’s interconnected system

Lead poisoning: A&M geochemist IDs sources harming Missouri children

Process uses isotope geochemistry to identify ‘fingerprints’ in blood samples

State of safety: Quakes are common in west Texas, but rarely destructive

Geoscientists note an uptick in seismic activity in the state’s oil country

Life on Mars? A&M researchers take part in rover’s search for indications

Mission should advance NASA’s understanding of the Red Planet’s long-past habitability for microbial organisms

11 A&M faculty members earn NSF Early CAREER Awards for 2020

Grants are designed to help rising U.S. researchers and scholars establish long-term leadership toward the integration of research and education

Earth’s atmosphere: Why do levels of carbon dioxide vary over millennia?

Geoscientists find chemical clues left in sediment cores from deep in the ocean floor