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Land use and climate changes are throwing estuaries off balance

Estuaries — one of the most productive ecosystems in the world — rely on a series of delicate balances. Increasingly, land use changes and climate changes are upsetting those balances.

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How to understand a hurricane forecast

Measuring hurricane risks — and understanding what those risks mean for the public — is complicated. Here’s a place to start.

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A busy pandemic hurricane season is ramping up

The COVID-19 pandemic may further complicate the forecasted above-normal 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.

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A&M School of Law students publish report on potential liability for dam, reservoir operators, post-Harvey

A group of students from Texas A&M University School of Law recently published a report, Flooding Events Post Hurricane Harvey: Potential Liability For Dam and Reservoir Operators and Recommendations Moving Forward.

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Researchers use Hurricane Harvey data to predict future storm impacts

While many Texans were bracing for Hurricane Harvey’s landfall in late August 2017, a team of Texas university researchers set out to deploy instrument pods along the Texas coast. 

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