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Understanding Japanese Current Could Help Weather Predictions

Understanding Japanese Current Could Help Weather Predictions

The Kuroshio Current off the east coast of Japan is one of the world’s strongest currents, and like the Gulf Stream current in the Atlantic Ocean, is comprised of warm water. A team of international scientists, led by five researchers from Texas A&M University, have completed a detailed study of the Kuroshio Current and their findings could have an impact on predicting future weather patterns in the North Pacific sector and beyond.

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The College of Geosciences Launched Two High Frequency Radars in the Gulf of Mexico

The College of Geosciences Launched Two High Frequency Radars in the Gulf of Mexico

Texas A&M University’s College of Geosciences has successfully launched two new High Frequency (HF) radars as the first phase of the highly collaborative “Smart Gulf” initiative that will provide instant oceanic and atmospheric conditions in the Gulf of Mexico.  This data will impact the lives of thousands of commercial fishermen, oil and gas workers, shipping and recreational boaters, coastal residents and others who are in and around the Gulf at any moment of the day. 

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Jason Sylvan named Ocean Discovery  Distinguished Lecturer

Jason Sylvan named Ocean Discovery Distinguished Lecturer

Congratulations to Dr. Jason Sylvan on being named to the 2016-2017 class of Ocean Discovery Distinguished Lecturers!

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