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

Tamara Marcus smiles at the camera wearing an orange printed top

Making Climate Connections

Tamara Marcus researching methane emissions from permafrost in northern Sweden. Photo by Ruth Varner.Tamara Marcus, a graduate student in UNH’s Natural Resources and Earth System Sciences Ph.D. program, has received a 2019 Switzer... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Three flashes of lightning emerge from the same cloud.
    - At Lightning Speed
    In a first-of-its-kind observation, UNH researchers have documented an unusual phenomenon that occurs in the clouds before a lightning flash emerges. Read More
  • Students hold up their country's flags next to white rocket and snow-capped peaks nearby.
    - Rocket Power
    Students traveled to Norway to take part in a rocket launch that carried their sampling equipment into the upper atmosphere.  Read More
  • Arctic mountains and sea with text "the Arctic is melting. Is it time to panic?"
    - Melting Arctic
    An international panel of researchers, including UNH's Larry Mayer and Nancy Kinner, will discuss Arctic change and melting. Read More
  • Map of coastal town
    - Watershed Wisdom
    When it comes to tackling the complex environmental challenges New Hampshire communities frequently face, developing productive partnerships with academic researchers is often an... Read More
  • Diane Foster
    - Taking the Helm
    Diane Foster, professor of mechanical and ocean engineering, is new leader of UNH's School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering. Read More
  • Student works on vacuum chamber in UNH's Space Science Center.
    - Top Tier
    UNH has risen to the top echelon of research universities in the country. Read More
  • Hydrographic Hall of Fame
    - Hydrographic Hall of Fame
    Andy Armstrong, the NOAA co-director of UNH's Joint Hydrographic Center, was honored by the Hydrographic Society of America. Read More
  • Group of researchers gathers around large drone outside on a sunny day.
    - The Spirit of Collaboration
    Jennifer Jacobs is passionate about bringing people together to tackle the big issues affecting communities— from our water supply to our roadways, she’s helping to advance the... Read More
  • Team of researchers in Antarctica stand in front of a large telescope.
    - Stellar Science
    Sometimes you have to go to the extreme reaches of the planet to study the most extreme phenomena in space. Read More
  • Red round invasive seaweed sits amid other green native seaweed species on the bottom of the ocean.
    - In The Weeds
    Invasive seaweeds that have found a foothold in the Gulf of Maine could change the way predators and prey interact. Read More