• Exxon Valdez, Deepwater Horizon and Beyond: Experts and Witnesses Share their Expertise at a UNH Forum on October 28-29, 2014

    Oil Spill Response Forum

    UNH to host forum  "Oil Spill Responses: 25 Years After the Exxon Valdez and in the Wake of Deepwater Horizon, What Have We Learned and What Are We Missing?"


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  • UNH engineers transform Memorial Bridge into "living" bridge

    It's Alive!

    UNH engineers transform Memorial Bridge into "living" bridge


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  • UNH ocean mappers discover seamount in Pacific Ocean

    There's a Mount on the Bottom of the Sea

    UNH ocean mappers discover seamount in Pacific  Ocean.


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  • Steve Jones, research associate professor of natural resources and the environment and a water quality specialist, samples Great Bay with Ph.D. student Meg Hartwick. Photo by Jeremy Gasoski, Communications and Public Affairs

    The Oyster Is Their World

    How four UNH researchers are working to keep illness off the raw bar.


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  • AUV Boot Camp hosted at UNH Judd Gregg Marine Research Complex

    AUV Bootcamp 2014

    The 2014 AUV Hydrographic Bootcamp is in full swing at SMSOE's Judd Gregg Marine Research Complex, Newcastle, NH.  Follow the camp on Facebook.


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Research

  • Wolffish research conducted by Dr. Elizabeth Fairchild.

    The NE Wolffish Tagging Project represents a partnership of scientists and fishermen who are researching the movements of Atlantic Wolffish (Anarhichas lupus) in Massachusetts Bay.  Learn more.

  • Lidar remote sensing technology

    Airborne light detection and ranging (lidar) is a remote sensing technology that is proving increasingly beneficial in a variety of ocean and coastal mapping applications. Lidar systems use pulsed lasers in aircraft to measure ranges to the surface below. The range measurements are combined with position and orientation data to obtain accurate, 3D spatial coordinates (e.g., latitudes, longitudes, and heights) of points on Earth’s surface, as well as elevated features, such as canopy and buildings.

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