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Andy Armstrong aboard research vessel.

Hydrographic Honor

NOAA has awarded UNH oceanographer Andy Armstrong a Gold Medal for his contributions to delineate the U.S. extended continental shelf. Read More

Recent Stories

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    - NASA Lands at UNH
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  • Toni Galvin and Joe Dwyer.
    - Space Fellows
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    - Adapting to Change
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