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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

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
Ecology and Conservation Biology

Ecology in flux: How do carbon and water travel through environments?

New database will improve our ability to evaluate cycles within ecosystems
Ecology and Conservation Biology

Early warning: Small fish may indicate water shortages and contaminants

Shiners and minnows can provide crucial information to policymakers
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

Toxic flooding: Study aims to rank facilities based on risks to Gulf Coast

A&M researchers intend to provide a baseline measure of chemical exposure along Texas-Louisiana coastlines

Study looks at effects of groundwater on agriculture in Texas drylands

Researchers seek better understanding of links between water supplies, soil health and crop health

Nanogrid provides option for towns lacking electricity or drinkable water

New technology uses solar power to purify water and stores excess energy in batteries

Water-insecure households are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19

Inadequate water access increases the risk for COVID-19 in many ways beyond limiting hand washing