2020 Texas Geosciences
Methane hydrates hold great potential as an energy source of the future, but the ice-like substance is hard to get to and even harder to study. The Jackson School is leading a national effort to change that.
UT researchers take an in-depth look at the system of faults in the Fort Worth Basin.
Environmental scientists developed a method to track municipal water and wastewater in creeks and springs and put it to the test in a popular Austin waterway.
The famous river is much older than previously thought, according to scientists who also determined why it has held its course for so long.
Hydrogeologists dissect the complicated relationship between water and oil and gas production in unconventional reservoirs.
Geophysicists get to the core of what makes subduction zones shake.