Harris County Comissioner Jack Cagle and Harris County Flood Control District Executive Director Russ Poppe were recently featured on the NPR show Houston Matters, discussing the Drainage Reuse Initiative, for which Dr. Miller is the lead Texas A&M researcher. Listen below:
Current predictions suggest that our site at the Soltis Center is along the path of what may soon be Hurricane Otto! We hope all our friends at the center and their families stay safe! The region is already prone to mudslides and flooding, so 8-18″ of rain in a short time can be quite problematic. […]
Dr. Miller and Ph.D. student Ben Smith recently visited collaborator Dr. Zhuping Sheng at the AgriLife Research Center in El Paso, to discuss progress on our joint Managed Aquifer Recharge project. While there, we met his post-doctoral research associate Dr. Shalamu Abudu, his graduate students from Texas A&M and New Mexico Tech, and visiting scholar Dr. Lifei Chen. While in […]
Dr. Miller was honored to speak as an invited panelist at a symposium on groundwater depletion, hosted by the Earth Resources Engineering Section of the National Academy of Engineering. Videos of all of the talks may be viewed here.
Welcome to new Ph.D. student Saheli Majumdar and undergraduate researcher Erica Yarbrough!
Welcome to our two new “Mascots-in-Training” – W. Brenham Smith, born May 16, and R.J. Saville, born June 29!
Dr. Miller has been honored to receive two awards recently: the 2015 Editors’ Citation for Excellence in Refereeing for Water Resources Research and the 2016 Dean of Engineering Excellence Award from the Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M.
Congratulations and farewell to Ryan Andrews, who successfully defended his thesis The Temporal Variation of Vertical Micrometeorological Profiles in a Lower Montane Tropical Forest. Ryan is joining the consulting firm Halff Associates.
The group was pleased to host visiting researcher Berenice Juárez Santana, from Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. She worked with us to create a hydrogeological model to investigate the effects of climate change on groundwater resources of the Yucatán peninsula. We look forward to future collaborations with her and her advisor, Dr. […]
Led by Dr. Binayak Mohanty, a multi-college (COALS, Geosciences, and Engineering) research team has successfully received a competitive capacity building grant ($1.35 million) from Texas A&M VPR – (Research Development Grant (RDF) for infrastructure development) to design and develop the new Texas Water Observatory (TWO) in the Brazos River corridor. Read More