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Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences


Balancing act: Ongoing research aims to protect both bats and people

Survey identifies abandoned structures that provide seasonal habitats

Walks in the wilderness can benefit emotional and physical health

Contact with nature is becoming more important during COVID-19 pandemic, researcher says

Rising temperatures in Great Plains and Alaska may threaten big game

A&M doctoral students examine effects on bison and moose

Newly discovered mussels could refocus conservation efforts in Texas

Mussel populations provide barometer for the overall health of freshwater ecosystems, researchers say
Atmospheric Sciences

Five collaborations receive SPRINT research grants

Program provides support for research projects between Texas A&M faculty members and their counterparts at universities in São Paulo, Brazil