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

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Warming Waters

A UNH postdoctoral researcher is studying impacts of climate change on methane-producing bacteria in Arctic lakes.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • Whale tale emerges from ocean surface.
    - Winds of Change
    A new collaboration between UNH and Vineyard Wind will focus on the underwater soundscapes near the offshore wind turbines near Martha's Vineyard. Read More
  • 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