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Building Resilient Labs for Resilient Researchers

Building Resilient Labs for Resilient Researchers

A tight knit group of 125 dedicated scientists and staff at The University of Texas’s Marine Science Institute sat in awe around the weather channel one year ago when the small coastal town of Port Aransas was devastated as Harvey, a...
Sharing Storm Science, More than Hot Air

Sharing Storm Science, More than Hot Air

One-year later scientists converged to discuss Hurricane Harvey impacts. Hurricane Harvey was a unique storm that impacted all of Texas, including the plants and animals in our bays and estuaries. Researchers from across the state and beyond came together today, August...
Harvey Research Symposium

Harvey Research Symposium

Bringing together scientists, students, coastal managers, and elected officials to share research with oral presentations on how the hurricane has affected the coastal environments and communities of the Gulf of Mexico. Harvey Research Symposium Thursday, August 23, 2018 8 a.m....
Spurs Day in Port A

Spurs Day in Port A

Close to 200 Spurs Sports & Entertainment staff members visited the City of Port Aransas last week on Thursday, April 5th which was declared Spurs Day in their honor. The Spurs group spent their day throughout the town to participate in...
Displaced Scientists Begin Rapid Study of Seagrass Meadows and Bays

Displaced Scientists Begin Rapid Study of Seagrass Meadows and Bays

Science stops for no hurricane. Several faculty at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute have been working in overdrive since the category four Hurricane Harvey slammed the Gulf Coast. Despite being displaced from their homes, relocated to temporary laboratories and...
Hurricane Update and UTMSI Resources

Hurricane Update and UTMSI Resources

The University of Texas Marine Science Institute sustained significant damage throughout the campus from Hurricane Harvey. The majority of our buildings and vehicles experienced water penetration in range of severity from minor to extensive due to roof failures, window blow-outs, and...