Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS)

Wide angle shot of engineers measuring beach

Building Momentum for the Blue Economy

When it comes to the economy, the ocean is a major player — from tourism to energy, seafood to shipping, the world’s marine-related assets tally up to trillions of dollars. But our oceans and coastlines are facing unprecedented pressures. Confronted with this reality, a new concept has emerged that... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Two people stand on a tall metal tower above a forest canopy.
    - Plant Nutrient Declines
    A new study indicates that nitrogen levels in terrestrial ecosystems are declining in some regions of the world.  Read More
  • Image of solar flare from the Sun and the Earth surrounded by purple magnetic lines.
    - Space Storms
    UNH researchers will receive $1.1 million to study space weather as part of the Center for Geospace Storms. Read More
  • Aerial image of Jackson Estuarine Lab and Great Bay.
    - Federal Funding
    UNH is set to receive nearly $5.5 million in federal funding to support research, education, and energy resilience in the region. Read More
  • Photo credit: Justin Hartney
    - Rocket Science
    UNH-built instruments aboard a rocket aimed at studying mysterious type of Northern Lights. Read More
  • Water Works
    - Water Works
    New research has found that watershed size plays a major role in a river network’s ability to filter certain pollutants. The findings both further our understanding of which... Read More
  • Rocket launches with smoke and flames behind it.
    - Back to Orbit
    A new satellite equipped with a UNH-built instrument will improve weather predictions on Earth and in space.  Read More
  • David Fredriksson stands by the UNH pier in New Castle.
    - Sustaining the Seas
    David Fredriksson has been selected to lead the new UNH Sustainable Seafood Center.  Read More
  • Jessica Scheick headshot with icebergs floating on the ocean in background.
    - Rising Star
    Jessica Scheick was selected for Geospatial World's 2022 Rising Stars Award for her work in cryospheric science and remote sensing data.  Read More
  • Illustration of sun, blue space plasma waves, and the Earth.
    - Solar Windfall
    UNH researchers have been selected to lead a NASA mission with a budget of $250 million to understand how the sun impacts the space environment around the Earth. Read More
  • Glaciers in Arctic ocean
    - From the Sea to the Stars
    Researchers Atsushi Matsuoka and Fabian Kislet will explore carbon cycling in the ocean and X-rays in space with two National Science Foundation grants. Read More