Airborne lidar-derived topographic image of San José Island showing breaches in the dunes
caused by surge waters returning to the Gulf of Mexico during Hurricane Harvey (2018). (J. Andrews)
STARR continues its regional study to better understand the complex nature of what is now the most productive basin in the U.S.
In its 23rd year, the Texas High School Coastal Monitoring Program has placed students in the role of researcher and achieved consistent excellence in public outreach.
The Bureau's unique State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery (STARR) program demonstrates the real economic value of cooperative geologic research
The Applied Geodynamics Laboratory (AGL) produces innovative new concepts in salt tectonics using three complementary approaches to build a better understanding of salt deformation.