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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...
Mother Nature Adapts to Care for Her Nurseries

Mother Nature Adapts to Care for Her Nurseries

A new study finds that river systems can remediate the effects of wastewater influences during droughts. A team of chemists and biologists studied two South Texas rivers to understand how droughts change the nutrients in the rivers and the estuaries they flow...
Student Spotlight: Matt Khosh

Student Spotlight: Matt Khosh

We sat down with PhD student, Matt Khosh, to understand why rivers are important and what it's like to work in the Arctic.    Matt Khosh Faculty Supervisor: Jim McClelland Research Area: River Biogeochemistry Please tell us a little bit about...