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

Recent Stories

  • CO2 in the Sea
    - CO2 in the Sea
    Each year, tons of burning fossil fuel pumps greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide into the air and roughly 25 percent of that CO2 gets absorbed by the world’s oceans. Read More
  • SPARK 2016 Research Review - Climate Change
    - SPARK 2016
    Flip through the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH’s annual research review. Read More
  • National Weather Service heat index map
    - Model Science
    Call them the fortunetellers of climate change: Climate models, which draw on the physics and chemistry of the Earth and its oceans and atmosphere, are at the heart of... Read More
  • Car driving on a flooded roadway
    - The New Normal
    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
  • Cameron Wake skiing in Denali National Park
    - 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
  • Portsmouth, NH
    - A Few of Our Favorite Things
    It’s not just about the money. It may seem that way when looking at the impact climate change could have on New Hampshire’s key tourism industries: The state annually collects $... Read More
  • large group of scientists and students pose beneath a rocket ship
    - Miracle in Space
    Six years ago, a team from UNH’s Space Science Center performed a miracle.  Read More
  • UNH student Connor Breton
    - Add Water, Grow a Career
    Senior Connor Breton used his undergraduate research to forge his future. Read More
  • Wooded area at Thompson Farm
    - Stopping Spring Showers
    Researchers with the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire have launched a multi-year project to investigate how droughts may impact Northern... Read More
  • Morse Hall, home of the UNH Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
    - Scientists Honored for Teaching, Research
    Two members of the faculty in the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS) have been honored for their outstanding work at UNH. Steve FrolkingSteve Frolking, a... Read More