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Global Impact Through Ocean Sciences

Whether as an undergraduate major, minor or in pursuing a graduate degree in Oceanography, ocean sciences advance our understanding of perhaps the most influential force on our Earth system's processes ­ our oceans, and perhaps the least understood. Explore the world to investigate the complex questions of the oceans' future, present and past through an immersive interdisciplinary education, both in the labs and in the field, in Ocean Climate, Marine Ecosystem Science and Health, Ocean Observing Science and Technology, and Ocean Energy.


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Texas A&M Oceanography Student Awarded Prestigious Scholarship

Texas A&M Oceanography Student Awarded Prestigious Scholarship

The United States branch of the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has awarded Texas A&M University PhD student, Natalie Zielinski, as one of the recipients of the 2017 Society for Underwater Technology Scholarship award. 

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2016 Faculty and Staff Awards

2016 Faculty and Staff Awards

We would like to take the opportunity to recognize and celebrate the contributions from our faculty and staff that have been made throughout this momentous year.

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Texas A&M Team Examines Role Of Dispersants In 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

Texas A&M Team Examines Role Of Dispersants In 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

Following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, dispersants were used to keep the oil from coming ashore by dispersing and diluting it. According to a new study led by a Texas A&M University at Galveston researcher, “marine oil snow formation” – a natural process whereby sticky materials excreted by plankton and bacteria can help to enhance dispersing effects by providing a microhabitat for oil degradation – was observed for the first time.

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