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Finding Critical Minerals Could Get Easier with UH Geological Research Team’s Discovery
Greater demand due to clean energy transition presents new challenges.

Atmospheric Scientists Reveal Much of Houston’s Ozone Exceedance Due to Air Flows from the North
University of Houston researchers publish findings in Science of the Total Environment.

Geophysics Ph.D. Student Named to Inaugural Cohort of UH-Chevron Energy Graduate Fellows
Program supports research efforts through a one-year $12,000 fellowship.

NASA Program Gives Students New Perspective on Environmental Research from the Air and Ground
Environmental and atmospheric sciences students collaborate with NASA experts during student airborne research program.

Sediment Movement During Hurricane Harvey Could Negatively Impact Future Flooding, Prove Costly to Houston, UH Study Finds
Researchers correlate stream modification to sediment movement in Houston area during Hurricane Harvey.

EAS Geology Major Appointed as Student Councilor-at-Large for AIPG-Texas Section
Hodakievic to serve on AIPG-TX board and as president of texas statewide student chapter.

Team Studies Outdoor Air Movement and the Effects on Spread of Respiratory Diseases
Paper published in Science of The Total Environment.

Geophysics Ph.D. Student Receives Student Presentation Award
Award for oral presentation at Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting.

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