The most appealing feature of the NRESS Ph.D. Program is the option for limitless opportunities to explore ideas and conduct research within a wide range of interdisciplinary areas. In an effort to examine and increase deeper understanding of environmental and natural resource challenges and solutions at local, regional and global levels, NRESS students engage and interface with faculty and departments within any UNH college or school.
NRESS Ph.D. Student- Cameron McIntire (R)
In addition to the infinite areas of research in life, physical and earth sciences, students integrate studies in the social sciences of sociology, psychology, and philosophy (College of Liberal Arts), environmental policy and ethics (Carsey School of Public Policy), and economics, social entrepreneurship and sustainability (Paul College of Business and Economics).
NRESS Ph.D. Student- Katherine Sinacore (L)
Examples of the growing list of NRESS interdisciplinary research
|Agroecology||Environmental Education||Global Cycling||Remote Sensing|
|Atmospheric Science||Environmental Philosophy||Hydrology||Resource Protection|
|Biogeochemistry||Environmental Policy and Ethics||International Policy Issues||Sociology|
|Carbon Modeling||Estuarine Ecology||Marine Ecology||Soil Science|
|Climate Change, Impacts & Adaptation||Fisheries Management||Marine Mammal Studies||Sustainable Energy|
|Earth Systems Science||Forestry||Natural Resources||Tropical Ecosystems|
|Environmental Economics||Geophysics||Psychology||Water Resources Management|