An iceberg floats on calm water against a cloudy sky.

Tapping all available bandwidth in the Arctic, Research Scientist Kevin Jerram sent a few thoughts and images to Beth Potier of UNH Communications who put together a terrific interview and photo gallery.

Read the interview >

View the photo gallery >

Visit the Petermann 2015 website >

Satellite image of Bechevin Bay.

CCOM Research Associate Professor Shachak Pe'eri is featured in a NASA's Landsat Science blog post about NOAA and JHC satellite-derived bathymetry activities. Image courtesy of NASA.

A poster showing 2 maps of the Rye coastline, one with colorful bathymetry map and one with grey scale backscatter.

The Summer Hydro class of 2015 spent seven weeks mapping off the coast of Rye, NH. They planned the survey, mobilized the survey vessels, and acquired and processed the data. 

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Dr. Shachak Pe'eri leans over a students work station to show her something on the monitor.

Together with NOAA's Office of Coast Survey, we hosted a workshop on nautical chart adequacy at NOAA HQ in Silver Spring, MD for hydrographers from 11 different countries.
 

Image of the CCOM Summer Cruise Calendar with waves breaking on rocks background image and colored bars showing the cruise length.

The 2015 field season is upon us. In addition to all of the work taking place here in the lab, at the coast, and in Great Bay, we are participating in 16 research cruises. Check out our summer cruise schedule to see where in the world we'll be!

CCOM/JHC in the News

Foster's Daily Democrat
Aug. 24, 2015

The UNH Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping has received a $6.2 million grant from NOAA to continue the work of the Joint Hydrographic Center, a NOAA partnership and national ocean-mapping research center.

Senator Jeanne Shaheen's Office Press Release
Aug. 24, 2015

U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) announced today that NOAA has awarded the UNH Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping Joint Hydrographic Center a $6,220,000 grant to continue the center's work.

NASA's Earth Observatory
Aug. 15, 2015

NASA's Earth Observatory website ran an image of Bechevin Bay with an excerpt from the “Avoiding Rock Bottom” article (featuring Shachak Pe'eri's work) as an Image of the Day.

Upcoming and Recent Seminars

Cesar Henrique de Oliveira Borba
Master's Thesis Defense

CCOM/JHC

Friday, Aug. 21, 2015, 2:00pm
Christopher Parrish
Associate Professor of Geomatics

School of Civil and Construction Engineering
Oregon State University

Friday, Jul. 24, 2015, 3:00pm

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