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

  • Autonomous surface vehicle at sea behind a research vessel
    - Ocean Explorers
    NOAA taps UNH as one of five institutions tasked with exploring U.S. ocean territory. Read More
  • Researchers take a soil sample
    - Increasing UNH’s Impact
    Faculty, grad students complete first-ever Research Communications Academy. Read More
  • A reindeer with fuzzy antlers browses for food on the ground.
    - Climate (Diet) Change
    As the Arctic rapidly warms from climate change, reindeer are responding by eating different foods available during the longer growing seasons.  Read More
  • Text on a page surrounded by colorful ocean graphics.
    - 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
  • A rocket takes off with white-red flames behind it.
    - Satellites' Bumpy Ride
    Scientists find auroral "speed bumps" are complicated. Read More
  • UNH grad student Melissa Melendez stands on the deck of a research vessel.
    - Finish-Line Fellowship
    UNH doctoral student Melissa Meléndez-Oyola has received a prestigious Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship. Read More
  • An illustration of lightning striking the Earth near an array of antennas.
    - Leading the Charge
    New 3D data images have revealed the cause for unusual electrical activity in storm clouds. Read More
  • Three flashes of lightning emerge from the same cloud.
    - At Lightning Speed
    In a first-of-its-kind observation, UNH researchers have documented an unusual phenomenon that occurs in the clouds before a lightning flash emerges. Read More
  • Students hold up their country's flags next to white rocket and snow-capped peaks nearby.
    - Rocket Power
    Students traveled to Norway to take part in a rocket launch that carried their sampling equipment into the upper atmosphere.  Read More
  • Arctic mountains and sea with text "the Arctic is melting. Is it time to panic?"
    - Melting Arctic
    An international panel of researchers, including UNH's Larry Mayer and Nancy Kinner, will discuss Arctic change and melting. Read More