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E.g., 2020-06-29
E.g., 2020-06-29
E.g., 2020-06-29
Science
Apr. 14, 2020
Jenn Dijkstra and Chris Parrish weigh in on how NASA’s ICESat-2 satellite could be used to map shallow waters and monitor the health of coral reefs.
The Verge
Mar. 5, 2020
An overview of ASV BEN and the work the team accomplished in Thunder Bay in spring of 2019.
EurekAlert!
Feb. 21, 2020
This medal is awarded for extraordinary accomplishments and novel insights in the area of physical oceanography, ocean acoustics, or marine geophysics
Scienmag
Jan. 21, 2020
CCOM director Larry Mayer has been awarded for extraordinary accomplishments and novel insights in the area of physical oceanography, ocean acoustics, or marine geophysics by the Oceanography Society.
UNH Today
Jan. 16, 2020
CCOM Director Larry Mayer has been selected as the first recipient of the Walter Munk Medal. Established in 2019, the Walter Munk Medal is awarded biennially by The Oceanography Society to an individual ocean scientist for extraordinary accomplishments and novel insights in the area of physical oceanography, ocean acoustics, or marine geophysics.
Swedish Polar Research Secretariat
Jan. 7, 2020
Martin Jakobsson of Stockholm University summarizes last summer’s expedition to the Ryder Glacier in the high Arctic with I/B Oden, where he and Larry Mayer were Chief Scientists.
Fosters
Dec. 13, 2019
CCOM researchers have been awarded a three-year grant from NOAA in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
EurekAlert!
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a three-year grant from the NOAA's OER in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
UNH Today
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a 3-year grant by NOAA's OER to partner with Saildrone, Inc. and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute to develop applications for a new 72-foot, wind-powered, sailboat-like ASV which will deploy next spring. Once active, the ASV's collected data will contribute to Seabed 2030.
Newswise
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM researchers have been awarded a three-year grant from NOAA in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
NOAA OER
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a 3-year grant by NOAA's OER to partner with Saildrone, Inc. and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute to develop applications for a new 72-foot, wind-powered, sailboat-like ASV which will deploy next spring. Once active, the ASV's collected data will contribute to Seabed 2030.
Newswise
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a three-year grant from the NOAA's OER in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
The New Hampshire
Nov. 21, 2019
The highbay at CCOM houses an augmented reality sandbox, fitted with an Xbox Kinect, which is used to demonstrate topography in real time.
Boston Globe
Nov. 19, 2019
CCOM researchers have found that a species of shrub-like seaweed that has invaded the seafloor of the Gulf of Maine now dominates the seabed and may be reducing the number of fish in the areas it occupies.
Portland Press Herald
Nov. 16, 2019
CCOM researchers find that kelp is vanishing from southern Maine and seacoast New Hampshire as the Gulf of Maine warms, with far-reaching ecological implications.
EurekaAlert!
Nov. 14, 2019
CCOM researchers have discovered that shifts in nature create a perfect breeding ground for much bushier, or turf, seaweed that could impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
Fosters Daily Democrat
Nov. 13, 2019
CCOM researchers have discovered that shifts in nature create a perfect breeding ground for much bushier, or turf, seaweed that could impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
Concord Monitor
Nov. 13, 2019
CCOM researchers have discovered that shifts in nature create a perfect breeding ground for much bushier, or turf, seaweed that could impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
UNH Today
Nov. 13, 2019
CCOM researchers have found that environmental developments of climate change are contributing to the transformation of the seafloor to a lower, patchier seascape dominated by shrub-like seaweed which could impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
Nautilus Magazine
Nov. 6, 2019
Larry Mayer is interviewed for Nautilus Magazine's blog, "Facts So Romantic."
URI Today
Oct. 23, 2019
CCOM Director Larry Mayer was among those honored with Distinguished Achievement Awards, personifying URI’s tradition of excellence. 
Northeast Ocean Data Portal
Oct. 21, 2019
CCOM provided two new bathymetry map layers for the Gulf of Maine which have been released by the Northeast Ocean Data Portal.
UNH Today
Oct. 14, 2019
With a background in jewelry design and metalsmithing, grad student Lynette Davis is using the resources offered at UNH to pursue a different lifestyle and vocation.
UNH Today
Oct. 14, 2019
CCOM Director Larry Mayer shares his journey in his own words.
Communications of the ACM
Oct. 8, 2019
GEBCO Director Rochelle Wigley and CCOM Affiliate Associate Prof. Vicki Ferrini are quoted in this article about mapping the ocean with ASVs and the Seabed 2030 project.

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