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E.g., 2017-06-26
E.g., 2017-06-26
E.g., 2017-06-26
ScienceDaily
May. 9, 2017
Researchers looked at seaweed populations over the last 30 years in the Southwestern Gulf of Maine and found the once predominant kelp beds are declining and more invasive species have taken their place, altering the seascape and marine food chain. 
Phys Org
May. 9, 2017
Researchers at the University of New Hampshire looked at seaweed populations over the last 30 years in the Southwestern Gulf of Maine and found the once predominant and towering kelp seaweed beds are declining and more invasive, shrub-like species have taken their place, altering the look of the ocean floor and the base of the marine food chain. 
Gloucester Times
May. 7, 2017
This column features Jenn Dijkstra's study of invasive seaweeds.
Union Leader
May. 4, 2017
Jennifer Dijkstra, a CCOM research assistant professor, is studying how invasive species of seawood are changing the ocean floor and affecting the marine food chain.  
Foster's Daily Democrat
May. 4, 2017
Jennifer Dijkstra, a CCOM research assistant professor, is studying how invasive species of seawood are changing the ocean floor and affecting the marine food chain.  
Marine Technology News
May. 4, 2017
Jennifer Dijkstra, a CCOM research assistant professor, is studying how invasive species of seawood are changing the ocean floor and affecting the marine food chain.
UNH Today
May. 4, 2017
New research finds significant increase of invasive seaweed is changing sea habitat.
Concord Monitor
May. 4, 2017
Jennifer Dijkstra, a CCOM research assistant professor, is studying how invasive species of seawood are changing the ocean floor and affecting the marine food chain.  
SPARK
Apr. 15, 2017
The R/V Gulf Surveyor is featured in the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH’s annual research review.
Hydro International
Apr. 10, 2017
Co-director Andy Armstrong presented a new nautical cartography certification program at the 40th meeting of the IBSC in Willington, New Zealand.
NOAA's Coast Survey Blog
Apr. 5, 2017
Co-director Andy Armstrong presented a new nautical cartography certification program at the 40th meeting of the IBSC in Willington, New Zealand.
UNH Today
Mar. 22, 2017
Hydrographic society inducts Larry Mayer into the Hydrographer Hall of Fame at the annual Hydro 2017 conference in Galveston, TX.
Ocean Discovery XPrize Press Release
Feb. 16, 2017
The GEBCO-NF team is one of 21 semi-finalists to advance to Round 1 of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE competition! Their proposed two-system AUV-USV will autonomously map the seafloor for longer time periods and over transocean ranges in a wide variety of ocean environments leading to safer, more cost-effective, and more efficient seafloor mapping operations.
The New Hampshire
Feb. 14, 2017
UNH has received a gift of $3 million from an anonymous alumnus to expand marine research and opportunities for undergraduate students. 
The Guardian
Feb. 7, 2017
Explorers are mapping the unknown and unseen in our world using new technology.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Feb. 6, 2017
A $3 million gift from an anonymous alumnus will help UNH expand its work in ocean exploration with the construction of a new wing at the Chase Engineering Lab.
PRWEB
Feb. 3, 2017
CCOM director Larry Mayer will be a keynote speaker at the 2017 International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF), to be held Feb. 13-15 in Denver.
Hydro International
Jan. 23, 2017
An overview of the GEBCO-NF team's submission for the USD7 million Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE—to affordably map and monitor the world's oceans by 2030.
Hydro International
Jan. 10, 2017
CCOM affiliate professor Martin Jakobssen answers five questions about GEBCO.
Hydro International
Jan. 10, 2017
CCOM Director Larry Mayer answers five questions about the role of education in the hydrographic sector.
Coast Guard Compass
Nov. 28, 2016
The crew of the U.S.Coast Guard Cutter Healy makes Arctic mapping possible.
Professional Mariner
Nov. 3, 2016
The R/V Gulf Surveyor makes Professional Mariner's top 50.
The Economist
Oct. 29, 2016
The Economist reports on how GEBCO and other researchers, including CCOM director Larry Mayer, plan to map the ocean floor by 2030.
UNH Today
Oct. 5, 2016
The University of New Hampshire's School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (SMSOE) has received a federal government contract worth up to $6.5 million to study ocean ecosystems through underwater acoustic research.
UNH Today
Oct. 4, 2016
A new federal contract, worth up to $6.5 million, will help researchers like Jennifer Miksis-Olds research the ocean environment with state-of-the-art underwater acoustic technology.

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