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

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Rising Above The Crowd

Undergraduates at UNH are leading their own research project sand publishing the data and results, sometimes before they even graduate. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Claire Treat
    - Carbon Bomb with a Long Fuse: Ph.D. Student Makes Key Finding in the Climate Change Puzzle
    Claire Treat funded the bulk of her Ph.D. work by winning a graduate fellowship from the Department of Energy Office of Science for her proposal titled "Future of soil carbon in... Read More
  • skier on mountain
    - Green and White
    The rate of winter warming has tripled in the U.S. since 1970. The northern hemisphere has lost one million square miles of spring snowpack in the last 50 years. As many as half... Read More
  • Ryan Cassotto in Greenland
    - Glacial Race
    Courtesy Photo It only sounds like a joke: When the world’s fastest-moving glacier sped up in the summer of 2012 – suddenly surging from Greenland’s west coast at four times its... Read More
  • white pines
    - Touchdown in the Ozone
    One-hundred-foot-tall white pine by the Soucook River in Loudon, NH. Photo courtesy of Phil Browne. Until this past February, Barry Rock had no idea that over twenty years of... Read More
  • students on moore fields tower
    - State of Flux
    Lucie Lepine and Frankie Sullivan on the Moore Fields tower preparing for instrument installation. Photo by Andrew Ouimette, UNH-EOS. Since 2003, the Bartlett Experimental Forest... Read More
  • Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter at the moon
    - Luna Tunes
    Artist's rendition of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter at the moon. The CRaTER telescope is seen pointing out at the bottom right center of the LRO spacecraft. Illustration by... Read More
  • faculty members of supercomputer team
    - UNH Celebrates First-in-the-State Supercomputing Capabilities
    From left to right, Bernie Vasquez, Kai Germaschewski, Gregory Chini (front), Jimmy Raeder, Benjamin Chandran, John Gibson, and Patrick Messer. Photo by Kristi Donahue, UNH-EOS.... Read More
  • larry mayer on marine vessel
    - UNH Launches School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering
    Larry Mayer is the director of the University of New Hampshire’s new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering. Mayer, a professor of Earth science and ocean engineering, is... Read More
  • alaska mountains
    - Seven Hundred Feet Down, a Thousand Years Back
    UNH, Dartmouth College, UMaine ice core drill site on the Mt. Hunter plateau in Denali National Park, Alaska. The drill site is in the middle of the photograph, just left of the... Read More
  • ocean buoy
    - The Yin and Yang of Coastal Carbon
    UNH carbon dioxide sentinel buoy off Appledore Island after January 2013 Nor'easter. Photo by Shawn Shellito, UNH-EOS. Back in the spring of 2004, when the Center for Coastal... Read More