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Geophysicists Use Machine Learning to Study Formation of Oceanic Plateaus
Jiajia Sun and Will Sager awarded research grant by National Science Foundation.

Tracing Pollution’s Impact on Thunderstorms in Houston
Research associate Professor James Flynn studies atmospheric particles from industrial and natural sources.

UH Geology Students and Professors Study Sedimentary Facies in West Colorado and Central Utah
Field Trip sponsored by Chevron provides opportunities for direct interaction with classic outcrops.

Spencer Fuston Receives Dan E. Wells Outstanding Dissertation Award
Award recognizes significance and impact of research.

Buildup of Solar Heat Likely Contributes to Mars’ Dust Storms, Researchers Find
Traces of long-ago climate change could foretell Earth’s own climate troubles.

35th Annual EAS Student Research Conference Held as Virtual Meeting April 29
Event student-led since its founding in 1988.

Air Pollution Dropped During Pandemic Lockdowns
Washington, D.C., New York and Boston showed biggest air quality improvements.

Graduate Student Awarded Department of Defense Scholarship, Internship and Guaranteed Employment
Ozzy Tirmizi receives Department of Defense SMART Scholarship.

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