School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering

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Research Snapshot: Offshore Survival

The engineering tank in Chase Ocean Engineering Lab is no match for the chilly offshore waters of the Gulf of Maine, but it stood in ably for a recent offshore marine survival class hosted by the Center for Acoustics Research and Education (CARE). UNH graduate students, faculty and staff joined... Read More

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