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Kenneth L. Clinton Award Winner- Dr. Zenon Medina-Cetina

zenon medina-cetinaDr. Zenon Medina-Cetina, a SGC collaborator, received the Kenneth L. Clinton Award for his work as the lead of the Yucatan Initiative Project at Texas A&M.

Some of the multidisciplinary and bi-national research projects include coastal dynamics, early warning systems, logistics, aquifers, energy harvesting, agro-biodiversity, animal science, water quality and agriculture production efficiency, among others.

Medina-Cetina’s main research interest as part of the Yucatan Initiative includes the mapping of social, economic and environmental risks associated with geo-processes common to Yucatan and Texas. The next phase of the project will concentrate on geosciences to better understand the regional influence of the Gulf of Mexico as a system.

More info on his award can be found here>