Articles

E.g., 2016-12-09
E.g., 2016-12-09
E.g., 2016-12-09
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.
Newsweek
Sep. 29, 2016
Top oceanographers, including CCOM Director Larry Mayer, on mapping the planet's seafloor by 2030.
Hydro International
Sep. 29, 2016
A team of GEBCO graduate fellows will compete for the USD7million Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE with the aim of ocean mapping at 0.5m vertical resolution.
UNH Magazine
Aug. 30, 2016
Gulf of Mexico basin now bears UNH oceanographer’s name.
UNH Magazine
Aug. 30, 2016
Congratulations to Jennifer Miksis-Olds for her presidential award and Larry Mayer for his presidential appointment.
UNH Today
Aug. 27, 2016
UNH’s newest classroom and research lab, the R/V Gulf Surveyor, requires sea legs and a lifejacket.
Delaware Online
Aug. 27, 2016
CCOM researchers participated UDel's Robot Boot Camp last week when dozens of researchers worked out best practices for a variety of autonomous vehicles as they mapped Delaware Bay off of Broadkill Beach.  
UNH Today
Aug. 25, 2016
Halfway through their six-week research cruise of the Arctic Ocean, UNH researchers Kevin Jerram and Evgenia Bazhenova visited the North Pole.
National Fisherman
Aug. 18, 2016
This article was inspired by a talk that Larry Mayer gave on ocean mapping to the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland, Maine last week.
KUAC
Aug. 12, 2016
Jackie Richter-Menge will join another recent appointee, Larry Mayer, as a member of the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.
The Daily Telegraph Australia
Aug. 8, 2016
In June this year, 150 scientists, scholars and business associates from around the world attended the Forum for Future Ocean Floor Mapping in Monaco, endorsing a project dubbed “Sea floor 2030”.
News.com.au
Aug. 8, 2016
In June this year, 150 scientists, scholars and business associates from around the world, including CCOM director Larry Mayer, attended the Forum for Future Ocean Floor Mapping in Monaco, endorsing a project dubbed “Seafloor 2030.”
TweakTown
Aug. 8, 2016
Scientists working with Google to map ocean floor, want to avoid submarine crashes.
The Sunday Times
Aug. 7, 2016
A group of 150 oceanographers has agreed to complete a worldwide sea-bed map by 2030.
International Business Times
Aug. 7, 2016
With only 5% of the world's seafloor mapped in any real detail, scientists are now planning to take a Google Maps-style approach to unearthing the secrets of the oceans. 
Big News Network
Aug. 7, 2016
Scientists want to map the planet's vast, unknown ocean floor.
New York Post
Aug. 7, 2016
Scientists want to map the planet’s vast, unknown ocean floor.
New Delhi News
Aug. 7, 2016
Using sonar aboard ships, unmanned submarines and other vessels, ambitious researchers hope to build over the next 14 years a Google Maps-style guide to mountains, valleys and volcanoes deep underwater.
WorkBoat
Aug. 4, 2016
UNH marine scientists celebrated their new at-sea platform. the R/V Gulf Surveyor, on July 27 with dockside tours of the 48’x17’4’11’ aluminum catamaran. The vessel was commissioned in January by All American Marine, Bellingham, WA.
Hydro International
Jul. 28, 2016
Shin Tani, chair of GEBCO Guiding Committee and former chief hydrographer of Japan, is adamant about the need of sharing data to reach the goal of a completely mapped ocean floor.
Atlas Obscura
Jul. 22, 2016
Director Larry Mayer and Affiliate Assoc. Professor Vicki Ferrini help Atlas Obscura imagine what it would be like to walk across the seafloor of a dried up Atlantic Ocean.

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