School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering

Recent Stories

  • One man hands another an award
    - Canadian Kudos
    Larry Mayer, director of UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, received the Canadian Hydrographic Association’s Sam Masry Award at the 2022 Canadian Hydrographic Conference. Read More
  • Great Bay marsh in autumn, with brown grasses and orange leaves on the surrounding trees.
    - Coastal Buffers
    The autumn may be a time when Great Bay Estuary is particularly vulnerable to the effects of coastal and ocean acidification, according to new UNH research. Read More
  • Wide angle shot of engineers measuring beach
    - Building Momentum for the Blue Economy
    When it comes to the economy, the ocean is a major player — from tourism to energy, seafood to shipping, the world’s marine-related assets tally up to trillions of dollars. But... Read More
  • Two female graduate students stand outdoors with their arms around each other
    - Deconstructing Bias
    Three young researchers -- and many more -- are leading efforts to help UNH geosciences become more inclusive. Read More
  • People posing with donate life banner
    - Going Above and Beyond
    Sally Nelson volunteered to be a living donor for a friend in need, and throughout her own months-long journey she credits her colleagues at the School of Marine Science and Ocean... Read More
  • Two Pacific white-sided dolphins leap out of the ocean water.
    - Differentiating Dolphin Dialects
    New acoustic technology designed by UNH researchers tracks dolphins' habitat shift to colder waters due to climate change. Read More
  • Kalle Matso smiles in the sunlight.
    - Prepping for New Leadership
    Kalle Matso has been selected as the next director for the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership.  Read More
  • 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
  • Underwater image of SCUBA diver and coral and sponges
    - Genomic Time Machine
    Looking at the microbiome of sponges, UNH researchers have developed a “genomic time machine” that could predict aspects of coral reef and ocean ecosystems through hundreds of... Read More
  • Female student pushes a GPS cart across a beach in winter
    - Research Snapshot: Beach Bombs
    UNH researchers measure the shifting sands of N.H. beaches to understand where unexploded ordnances may be hiding. Read More