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News From EES Department
Dr. Hyeong-Moo Shin receives $436,000 National Institute of Health Grant

Dr Hyeong-Moo Shin, Assistant Professor Of Earth And Environmental Science Receives $436,000 National Institute Of Health Grant To Study Exposure To Perfluorinated Compounds And Risk For Autism Spectrum Disorders. Autism Spectrum...

Several graduate students were awarded scholarships and research grants in the spring of 2017

Master Student Emma Gains And Doctoral Students Min Gao, Michael Read, And Lu Zhu Received Graduate Student Research Grants From The Geological Society Of America. Doctoral Student Md Golam Kibria...

Just Published
Utility of small-angle neutron scattering to quantifying accessible and wettable pores in shale

Since 2000, The Technological Advances Of Horizontal Drilling And Hydraulic Fracturing In The United States Have Led To A Dramatic Increase In Hydrocarbon (gas And...

Late Paleozoic subsidence and burial history of the Fort Worth basin

The Fort Worth Basin In Northcentral Texas Is A Major Shale-gas Producer, Yet Its Subsidence History And Relationship To The Ouachita Fold-thrust Belt Have Not Been Well...


Field Camp
FieldCamp 2018

May 14 - June 13, 2018

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Camping at: Environmental geoscience and lake geochemistry in Arlington, TX. Pennsylvanian and Mesozoic sedimentary systems near Las Vegas. Regional geology and mapping in igneous and Metamorphic terrain in the Rio Grande Rift, Jemez and Tusas Mountains, New Mexico.