The Vadose Zone Research Group at Texas A&M carries out research on a wide spectrum of topics related to the unsaturated zone like (but not restricted to) numerical modeling of hydrological processes, understanding soil bio-geo-chemistry, understanding scaling issues in hydrology, and, field- scale observations and measurements.
Texas Water Observatory
The Texas Water Observatory (TWO) is a distributed network of field observatories in Brazos River corridor to measure groundwater, soil water, surface water, and atmospheric water at multiple locations across space and through time. Using advanced observational platforms and near-real-time sensors, TWO monitors high-frequency data of water stores and fluxes, critical for understanding and modeling water resources and their sustainability in the state of Texas and Southern USA. For details, visit: https://two.tamu.edu/
Dr. Mohanty elected as AAAS Fellow
Dr. Binayak P. Mohanty was elected Fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)-Section on Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences. The award is given in “recognition for meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications.” For details, click here.