Dr. Miller had a great time at Aggieland Saturday this weekend, doing demos of groundwater flow and contaminant transport for prospective students and their parents. And, of course, talking about the environmental engineering program, which is nearing the final stage of its approval!
Hydroinformatics – Big Data from the Tropical Rainforest What? Hydroinformatics is the use of large datasets to better manage water resources and is a growing area of research. In this opportunity, we are looking for a student in computer science or information technology to apply their database and web development skills in an interdisciplinary context. […]
We are pleased to present an exciting roundup of talks and posters at the 2017 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union: Dr. Luiza Aparecido, former Ph.D. student on the Costa Rica project, oral presentation on leaf conductance under wet conditions Ph.D. student Saheli Mujamdar’s poster on optimizing multi-well aquifer storage and recovery Ph.D. student […]
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APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! https://tamu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dcZlhp3nVWp1Tb7 Purpose: The goal of this NSF-sponsored REU is to provide undergraduate students with an opportunity to develop essential skills in designing, executing and disseminating original research that quantifies the hydrologic and biogeochemical fluxes in the watershed of a tropical montane cloud forest. Students will have an opportunity to work on field and […]