Texas A&M West Campus on the wild sideTexas A&M West Campus on the wild sidehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=178002017-09-26T05:00:00Z2017-09-26T22:00:00Z

​​Wildlife, fisheries, and ecological sciences building on Texas A&M West Campus​COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M has debuted its new Wildlife, Fisheries and Ecological Sciences building, a facility for one of the university's founding programs.

Located on the university's West Campus, the five-story, 80,000-sf building is the latest addition to the Agriculture and Life Sciences Complex.

The new building will serve as home for the departments including:
  • ​ecosystem science and management;
  • wildlife and fisheries sciences, featuring teaching and research laboratories; and
  • seminar rooms and faculty and staff offices.
Other features of the building include the lasers laboratory featuring unmanned aerial vehicle technology used to collect data, 3-D map models and scan forests for health assessments and the aquarium research laboratory.

The laboratory is capable of accommodating more than 2,000 gallons of water and is designed for research on freshwater fish biology with undergraduate education in aquaculture, aquatic sciences and fisheries.​​​
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