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Student's research indicates that EPA emission inventory may need adjusting

4/9/10 - Graduate student Changhyoun Park's research, flux measurements of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in an urban area, analyzed a long-term data set of local Houston air quality. His efforts earned him a first-place prize for his division in the recent Student Research Week 2010 at Texas A&M.

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Dessler's research cited in current issue of Discover 

4/6/10 - Andrew Dessler, professor of atmospheric sciences, was quoted in the May issue of Discover magazine. The article, "Climate Change Gets Wet," relates two different scientific studies on water vapor, one in the atmosphere and another in the stratosphere.

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Future forecasters attend Weather Camp

4/6/10 - Rainy days or clear skies, cold north winds or stifling summer heat, no matter what the weather, everyone talks about it. This weekend fourth- and fifth-graders in the Brazos Valley will get to explore the science behind it at Weather Camp. The Texas A&M Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society will host the students this Saturday (April 12) in the Eller Oceanography and Meteorology Building, the tallest structure on campus, and home to the Aggie Doppler weather radar.

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On Global Warming, the Science is Solid Say Atmospheric Sciences Professors in Opinion Piece

3/11/2010 - In recent months, e-mails stolen from the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit in the United Kingdom and errors in one of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's reports have caused a flurry of questions about the validity of climate change science.

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Prof, Student Quoted in Battalion Article

3/10/10 - Dr. Mark Lemmon, an associate professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, and Keri Bean, a senior meteorology major, were quoted in an article that appeared in The Battalion, Texas A&M's student newspaper, earlier this week.

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