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

Natalie Cook stands on a ship in front of the Thomas Jefferson hydrographic vessel.

Fantastic Voyage

Natalie Cook '23 spent 45 days aboard a survey vessel this summer to map the seafloor of the Chesapeake Bay.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • GIS map indicating groundwater rise due to sea level rise
    - More Than Maps
    NH GRANIT reaffirms its commitment to curating geographic data, helping communities, and shaping students' careers.  Read More
  • Icebreaker cuts through sea ice.
    - Charting a Course Ahead
    The Joint Hydrographic Center has received a five-year, $38.5 million grant to continue their work in ocean mapping. Read More
  • Satellite-image-of-2019-wildfires-in-Amazon
    - Smoke on the Water
    UNH researchers will study Amazonia's wildfire history from thousands of years ago to understand how fire might affect the region in the future. Read More
  • Mind the (Data) Gaps
    - Mind the (Data) Gaps
    Gaps in available data impede our understanding of heavy metals in Alaskan soils that can harm human health, a team of UNH researchers have found. Read More
  • Portrait of marine researcher Jennifer Miksis-Olds with ocean in background
    - Sage of the Sea
    To celebrate World Oceans Day June 8, Jennifer Miksis-Olds will participate in an ocean-themed quiz bowl against high school champions. Read More
  • Two CubeSats designed by UNH researchers.
    - Solar Focus
    Scientists from the UNH Space Science Center are gearing up to offer students a new hands-on research experience that's out of this world. Read More
  • Diagram of the five Lagrange points in space.
    - A New View of Space Weather
    A new satellite bearing a UNH-built magnetometer will help scientists improve space weather monitoring and predictions. Read More
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  • Two vehicles drive through flooded road conditions.
    - Water, Water Everywhere
    A new document published by UNH provides guidance to help Seacoast communities prepare for increased flood risks due to climate change.  Read More
  • A gamma ray burst aimed at the LEAP space instrument.
    - A Leap into Space
    Researchers from the UNH Space Science Center are taking new steps to study gamma-ray bursts in the far reaches of the universe, thanks to a $500,000 grant from NASA. Read More