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Three mystery ships to be explored off Galveston

On April 16, 17 and 24, Texas A&M University at Galveston’s research scientists, archaeologists and students will join experts from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Bureau of Ocean Energy...(more)

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Texas A&M Galveston researchers seeking to improve life in coastal regions.

Their names are Alicia, Rita and Ike. There’s even one known by the number 1900. These and other hurricanes have killed thousands of people, destroyed scores of buildings and wreaked havoc on Texas and the nation...(more)

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Galveston Oil Spill Threatens Wildlife During Migration Season

The barge that collided with another vessel in Galveston Bay Saturday was carrying 900,000 gallons of thick oil that began spilling into the waters which are home to a large population of birds...(more)

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A&M-Galveston researchers ready to put expertise to work on oil spill

A group of Texas A&M-Galveston marine biology researchers was on standby Monday waiting for clearance to head into Galveston Bay to begin sampling areas affected by Saturday's oil spill...(more)