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Finger Lakes 1: The Politicization of Climate Change

Climate change has become a strong topic of discussion in recent decades, resulting in a divide of denial and science. News outlet Finger Lakes 1 reported on how politics and the global factors are playing into the prominent topic of climate change. Research by Larry Hamilton, Professor of... Read More

Recent Stories

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    - Getting Dirty
    Two major federal grants are supporting UNH research on soils and climate change. Read More
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    - Seeing the Data for the Trees
    Michael Palace, associate professor of Earth and geospatial science, will use his extensive experience with drones on the project.Forests play a major role in regulating the Earth... Read More
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    - SPARK 2016
    Flip through the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH’s annual research review. Read More
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    - Model Science
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    As our climate changes, our food and forests, our transportation, even our health will become vulnerable. From pines to pavement, weeds to wheezing, UNH researchers are working on... Read More
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    - All Eyes on the Arctic
    Each summer, a handful of UNH researchers pass up New England’s hard-won summer and head to the remote glaciers, peatlands and oceans on top of the world. There, they’re exploring... Read More
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    - The People Factor
    With climate change affecting resources as nearby as the coastal waters of southern Maine and New Hampshire and in regions as distant as Brazil and Egypt, UNH professors are... Read More
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