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David Burdick at a reference marsh near the proposed restoration site sampling fish with a cast net
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Work to replace 800 feet of rip-rap with salt marsh along the shoreline of inner Cutts Cove will begin this month and continue into June.  Algae-covered rock will be repositioned into the cove to build a living shoreline sill to support the new salt marsh.

Saturday, March 4, 2017

UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Sea Grant are working to help people in NH understand the benefits of and possibilities offered by the use of seaweeds in cooking and the way in which seaweeds can be used in aquaculture. 

Memorial Bridge
Monday, November 14, 2016

According to Erin Bell, the project to transform New Hampshire's Memorial Bridge over the Piscataqua River into a self-diagnosing, self-reporting "smart bridge" resulted from a fortuitous sequence of events. 

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Friday was the culmination of the eighth season of a program launched in 2009 by the University of New Hampshire and The Nature Conservatory to bring back the depleted local oyster population as some 40,000 new oysters were heaved into the bay near Nanny's Island by a group of about 30 volunteers and conservation workers, both adults and children. 

Marine acoustician Jennifer Miksis-Olds, who is also associate director of research at UNH's School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, will lead the Atlantic Deepwater Ecosystem Observatory Network, or ADEON.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016

A new federal contract will help researchers like Jennifer Miksis-Olds eavesdrop on the ocean environment. The contract, worth up to $6.5 million, will support ongoing monitoring and research with state-of-the-art underwater acoustic technology. 

Photograph by Colleen Mitchell, CCOM