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E.g., 2014-10-02
E.g., 2014-10-02
E.g., 2014-10-02
Campus Journal
Feb. 20, 2014
What do ocean currents, sea lions, and Twitter data have in common?
NOAA's Coast Survey Blog
Feb. 19, 2014
Christy Fandel, who recently left CCOM for a physical scientist position at NOAA's Office of Coast Survey, has written an excellent post for Coast Survey's blog. 
Campus Journal
Feb. 12, 2014
Larry Mayer testified before the House Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation at a Feb. 4 hearing on “Finding Your Way: The Future of Federal Navigation Programs”
GEBCO/Nippon Foundation
Feb. 4, 2014
The Nippon Foundation provides funding for GEBCO to train a new generation of scientists and hydrographers in ocean bathymetry. The 12-month course at UNH leads to a Postgraduate Certificate in Ocean Bathymetry.
Nature World News
Oct. 30, 2013
Colin Ware's research into humpback whale feeding behavior.
UNH Campus Journal
Oct. 29, 2013
Colin Ware's study of humpback whales reveals their penchant for bottom feeding.
National Geographic
Oct. 13, 2013
Dr. Colin Ware's work with humpback whales is featured in this article on National Geographic's Daily News.
The Washington Post
Oct. 13, 2013
CCOM Affiliate Assistant Professor Jennifer Dijkstra was interviewed for this Washington Post article about the correlation between rising water temperature and increased mercury levels in fish.
The New Hampshire
Oct. 4, 2013
Adam Skarke and Brian Calder discuss the telepresence room, a highlight of Ocean Discovery Day.
Foster's Daily Decomocat
Sep. 29, 2013
The fourth annual UNH Ocean Discovery Day brought marine science and research to life with hands-on activities and demonstrations by UNH staff, students and Marine Docents last weekend.
The New Hampshire
Sep. 24, 2013
On Saturday, Sept. 21, people were scattered about the Chase Ocean Engineering Lab on the UNH campus to discover new technologies, sea-floor mapping and the curriculum that students are studying as part of Ocean Discovery Day.
Union Leader
Sep. 22, 2013
The Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory was abuzz with activity Friday as elementary, middle and high school students explored dozens of different work stations focused on marine science. It was the second year the UNH laboratory held an Ocean Discovery Day for students, and attendance nearly doubled this year due to demand.
The New Hampshire
Sep. 20, 2013
On Sept. 9, the University of New Hampshire launched its new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sep. 14, 2013
Ocean Discovery Day brings UNH research to life with hands-on fun and education for families at two locations, the Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory on the UNH campus in Durham and UNH’s Judd Gregg Marine Research Complex in New Castle.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sep. 12, 2013
The University of New Hampshire announces the launch of its new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, an integration of the university’s various marine-related research, teaching and outreach activities.
NHPR
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to marine biology and oceanography.
SeattlePI
Sep. 9, 2013
 The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to subjects such as marine biology and oceanography.
WFTV
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to subjects such as marine biology and oceanography.  
WCAX
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to marine biology and oceanography
Seacoast Online
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire announces the launch of its new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, an integration of the university's various marine-related research, teaching and outreach activities.  
NECN
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to marine biology and oceanography.
Boston Globe
Sep. 9, 2013
 The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to subjects such as marine biology and oceanography.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to marine biology and oceanography.
Boston Globe
Aug. 10, 2013
NOAA's Ferdinand R. Hassler, a state-of-the-art ship that maps the ocean floor, is making New Castle its home port where it will collaborate with CCOM/JHC.
Seacoastonline.com
Aug. 10, 2013
NOAA's newest mapping vessel, Ferdinand R. Hassler, is now homeported at the Judd Gregg Marine Research Complex to be near CCOM/JHC.

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