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The School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering is the University of New Hampshire’s first interdisciplinary school, designed to address today’s highly complex ocean and coastal challenges through integrated graduate education, research and engagement. As such, it serves as an interdisciplinary nexus for marine science and ocean engineering teaching and research across the University.


 

  • Federal and State Prospectives and Lessons Learned from the Block Island Offshore Wind Farm
    With the Gulf of Maine Offshore Wind Development Task Force having recently kicked off its process at UNH, we are just at the beginning the lengthy process of exploring offshore wind development in the Gulf of Maine (GOM). The aim of this seminar is to orient and engage both researchers and...
    Federal and State Prospectives and Lessons Learned from the Block Island Offshore Wind Farm
    With the Gulf of Maine Offshore Wind Development Task Force having recently kicked off its process at UNH, we are just at the beginning the lengthy process of exploring offshore wind development in the Gulf of Maine (GOM). The aim of this seminar is to orient and engage both researchers and...
  • NOAA taps UNH as one of five institutions tasked with exploring U.S. ocean territory
    UNH is one of five internationally renowned ocean science institutions chosen by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) over the next five years to explore an estimated three billion acres of U.S. ocean territory as part of the new...
    NOAA taps UNH as one of five institutions tasked with exploring U.S. ocean territory
    UNH is one of five internationally renowned ocean science institutions chosen by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) over the next five years to explore an estimated three billion acres of U.S. ocean territory as part of the new...
  • “The consortium offers the opportunity for an already dynamic community of East Coast marine scientists to work more closely together,” says Larry Mayer, professor and director of the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering and The Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at UNH.
    “The consortium offers the opportunity for an already dynamic community of East Coast marine scientists to work more closely together,” says Larry Mayer, professor and director of the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering and The Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at UNH.

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Larry Mayer sits at dock near a research vessel.

Ocean Accolade

Ocean Accolade

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Closing the Gap

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Program provides pathway for minority student success in geosciences...

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