News and Announcements
Will Clyde spoke to WMUR on 2/21/13 about the mammoth tooth a fisherman pulled up in Rye Harbor.
Fred Day-Lewis (UNH BS Hydrology 1994) elected President of the Near-Surface Geophysics section of the AGU
ESCI grad students participate in EarthScope project to instrument northern New England
UNH Ranks #1 in Geoscience Citation Impact
The Department of Earth Sciences at UNH aims to improve our understanding of the Earth, and the processes that affect it, through excellence in teaching, research, and service. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees encompassing a broad spectrum of disciplines including geology, hydrology, oceanography, ocean mapping, geochemistry, climate science, and geophysics. Our location on the Great Bay Estuary near the White Mountains provides an ideal backdrop for hands-on learning opportunities. Join us in our journey of discovery!