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Buried at sea: More accurate method to measure carbon in ocean sediment may improve forecasting of climate change

A global research team led by an A&M oceanographer publishes its findings in the journal Nature.

Fingerprinting the high seas: A&M-led expedition is studying how trace metals support life in the southwestern Pacific

NSF’s GEOTRACES program provides funding for international effort

PhDs study pH levels that could threaten fragile ecosystem of 17 separate reefs and banks along the Texas Gulf Coast

Research receives funding from the Ocean Acidification Program of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Data Science

Common ground: NSF-funded project will standardize how geoscientists describe their data, making information easier to find and use

A&M collaborates with six institutions on $3.2 million multidisciplinary effort

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

Late-season surge: Sea temperatures can influence nearly identical storms

A&M oceanographer uses a decade of data to produce new study

A&M-led team will develop models, tools to sustain West Coast fishing

Researchers say they are racing against the impact of climate change on world’s oceans

Earth without ice caps: Sea shells reveal 66 million years of CO2 levels

New study examines prehistoric deep-sea organisms to provide context for current carbon emissions

Human activity generates about 25% of lead in Galveston Bay, study says

Team uses lead isotope measurement to ‘fingerprint’ sources