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Researchers are studying the impact of pyrogenic organic matter from wildfires on drinking water quality. Wildfires can affect downstream water sources, and the study aims to link chemical structure with reactivity using high-frequency monitoring and optical sensors.

Researchers from Texas A&M University have developed a new technique to monitor the mixing process in real time during water treatment. The method monitors clump size and mixing intensity, potentially reducing energy consumption while removing contaminants.

A Texas A&M University researcher documented and collected valuable data on Florida’s affected structures and coastlines in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

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