Students use STEM skills to build mini-ROVs and have the opportunity to put them through their paces at the annual Seacoast SeaPerch Challenge in UNH's Swasey Pool.

Photo of the ASV Maxlimer on still water.

The GEBCO-NF XPRIZE team has qualified for the final round of the $7m XPRIZE competition to find the innovative ocean mapping technologies.

Photo courtesy of the BBC.

Cropped cover of the supplement with title and image of a jellyfish

The annual ocean exploration supplement to Oceanography is out! This beautiful publication highlights the 2017 field season of the E/V Nautilus, the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, and the R/V Falkor. Our collaboration with these vessels is integral to our work at CCOM and many of our researchers contributed to these stories of discovery.

Kerri Seger in red jacket on the deck of a ship holding a acoustic instrument.

Dr. Kerri Seger has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to conduct a passive acoustic monitoring study near a humpback whale breeding ground in Columbia.

Green colored sketch of an anchor with "Seminar Series, Spring 2018, All are Welcome."

The Spring 2018 Seminar Series is underway. Click "Learn More" to see the schedule of upcoming talks. All are welcome!

CCOM/JHC in the News

Coast Monkey
Apr. 23, 2018

John Hughes Clarke joins an INFORMAR cruise aboard the Celtic Explorer.

UNH Cooperative Extension
Apr. 23, 2018

Students put STEM skills into action at the Seacoast SeaPerch Challenge.

URI Today
Apr. 16, 2018

The University of Rhode Island has created the East Coast Oceanographic Consortium with WHOI and UNH to jointly operate the R/V Endeavor for its final years and to submit a proposal to operate a new ship, which would be based at URI’s Narragansett Bay Campus.

Upcoming and Recent Seminars

Tiziana W. Munene
Directed Research Project

Earth Sciences/Ocean Mapping

Thursday, May. 3, 2018, 3:00pm

Recent Publications

Giuseppe Masetti; Larry A. Mayer; Larry G. Ward
Larry A. Mayer; Martin Jakobsson; Graham Allen; B. Dorschel; Robin Falconer; Vicki L. Ferrini; Geoffroy Lamarche; Helen Snaith; Pauline Weatherall
Peter J. Etnoyer; Mashkoor A. Malik; Derek Sowers; Caitlin Ruby; Rachel Bassett; Jennifer A. Dijkstra; Nikolai Pawlenko; Susan Gottfried; Kristen Mello; Mark Finkbeiner; Angela Sallis

Spotlight on...

Sound Speed Manager streamlines the use of sound speed profiles in survey acquisition and data processing. The app provides support for commonly-used formats, model-based profile enhancement, and database management with built-in functionalities for analysis and visualization. Sound Speed Manager is an open-source project jointly developed by CCOM and NOAA Coast Survey Development Laboratory.