Coastal and Marine Geospatial Sciences

The Coastal & Marine Geospatial Lab seeks a better understanding of the dynamic links between geomorphology, sediments, hydrology, climate, and biology that create the various environments of coastal zones. Researchers apply remote sensing, ground studies, and geographic information systems to build time series of environmental conditions. These time series, combined with data on processes such as sea-level rise, storms, and human activities, are our chief tools for developing process-response models of geoenvironmental change. Maps and model results are used to help develop and apply environmental policy.
 

James Gibeaut, Ph.D.
Endowed Chair
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GRIIDC Attends Conference
03/10/2014

CMGL GRIIDC Team Attends Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference in Mobile Alabama
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  • GRIIDC Attends Conference
    03/10/2014

    CMGL GRIIDC Team Attends Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference in Mobile Alabama
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  • CMGL Students Participate in Monitoring Program
    02/10/2014

    CMGL Students Participate in the Texas High School Monitoring Program
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  • GRIIDC
    03/27/2014

    Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Information & Data Cooperative
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  • Geohazards
    03/27/2014

    Geohazards of Texas Barrier Islands - Barrier islands are highly vulnerable to relative sea-level rise, erosion, and tropical storms....
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  • GOMAPortal
    GOMAPortal
    03/27/2014

    GOMAportal.org is a metadata catalog and data repository for Gulf of Mexico related geospatial datasets. Funded by the Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA), GOMAportal.org...
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