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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
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Data from extreme weather could improve power grid’s reliability

A&M engineer takes novel approach to studying heat and cold in Texas

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

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

15-year forecast: urban flooding, scorching heat, intense droughts

A&M researchers project weather trends to 2036, Texas’ bicentennial year

‘Digital twin’ could help Galveston recover faster from severe storms

Multidisciplinary study receives grant from the National Science Foundation.

After Harvey: Pollutants threaten neighborhood with high cancer risks

A&M scientists analyze soil samples near Houston Ship Channel

Best response to flooding? Initiative looks for solutions based in evidence

NSF-funded effort includes researchers from Texas A&M, Rice University, Jackson State University and TU Delft in the Netherlands
Construction Science

New app BluPix allows users to track height and location of flood waters

Technology turns stop signs into low-tech sensors

Casualties from tornados: Why do rates vary from region to region?

New research suggests there are important factors beyond mobile-home parks and low-income communities