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

Erik Hobbie stands with a colleague at the Qingyuan Experimental Station in China.

International Fellow

UNH research scientist Erik Hobbie has been awarded two fellowships to continue his stable isotope research abroad in China and Austria. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Fully thawed fens.
    - Mercury Rising
    Arctic communities who bear witness to the early impacts of climate change are grappling with a new challenge. Read More
  • Snowy trail in a northern forest
    - Winter Is Coming. Or Is It?
    “Winter is coming,” the saying goes. But is it? New research from UNH has found clear signs of a decline in frost days, snow covered days and other indicators of winter that could... Read More
  • Artist Lindsay Olson next to her textile art.
    - The Art of Sound
    A new collaboration between acoustics research and art is set to make waves at UNH this autumn. Read More
  • Prime Time
    - Prime Time
    Members from the UNH team who won the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Sept. 18 to discuss their winning design from the... Read More
  • Erik Hobbie travels abroad.
    - Have Work, Will Travel
    Sometimes an extended trip abroad — or maybe a few — can offer new perspectives for those in the STEM fields.  Read More
  • NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen visited UNH to meet with faculty members and students
    - NASA Lands at UNH
    NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen meet with faculty members and students working on space science projects.   Read More
  • Toni Galvin and Joe Dwyer.
    - Space Fellows
    Two UNH researchers are recognized for their contributions to space science. Read More
  • Abigail Lyon receives award plaque from Gulf of Maine Council.
    - Envisioning a Healthier Ocean
    Abigail Lyon '12 '15G is being recognized as a tireless advocate for clean water in the Gulf of Maine. Read More
  • Woman bores small core from tree in forest.
    - Adapting to Change
    As carbon dioxide increases in the atmosphere, trees across the U.S. are responding by growing more and conserving water when needed.  Read More
  • Illustration of Parker Solar Probe as it approaches the sun.
    - Bright Minds
    Students work behind the scenes on NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission. Read More