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E.g., 2015-07-08
E.g., 2015-07-08
E.g., 2015-07-08
National Geographic
Jun. 5, 2015
Derek Sowers represented the U.S. on a team of researchers who crossed the Atlantic on a reconnaissance mission for the 2016 Seabed Survey Pilot Project, which will create the most detailed map of the bottom of that great, cold ocean.
Scientists@Sea
Jun. 3, 2015
On June 1, a multi-national team of European, Canadian, and American ocean mapping experts set sail from St. John's, Newfoundland on the first trans-Atlantic mapping survey under the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance. The Alliance was formed in May 2013 following the Galway Statement on Atlantic Ocean Cooperation, whose goals are to join resources of its three signatories to better understand the North Atlantic Ocean and to promote the sustainable management of its resources.
noaa.gov
Jun. 1, 2015
Derek Sowers was aboard the R/V Celtic Explorer for this US, European Union and Canada collaborative seabed mapping cruise from Newfoundland to Ireland.
Vox
Apr. 22, 2015
The existence of thousands of seamounts is the number one thing on this list. Jim Gardner is quoted in this article that features the 2014 discovery of a seamount near the Johnson Atoll.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Mar. 17, 2015
Strafford Hill Library SeaPerch Teams traveled to the UNH Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Building March 16 to test out their ROV submarines and try some obstacles in preparation for the statewide competition April 11. 
NOAA's Coast Survey Blog
Mar. 6, 2015
The NOAA Association of Commissioned Officers has conferred the Science Award to recent graduate Lieutenant Commander Briana Welton for her thesis work, “A Field Method for Backscatter Calibration Applied to NOAA’s Reson 7125 Multibeam Echo-Sounder.”
QPS News
Feb. 12, 2015
QPS recently provided six days of  training to CCOM students and NOAA personnel.
HYPACK Sounding Better! Newsletter
Nov. 30, 2014
Huddl, a recent Center-born technology designed to ease the access to hydrographic data, has been cited for upcoming adoption by one of our industrial partners.
Marine Technology News
Nov. 12, 2014
Tom Weber, Yuri Rzhanov, and postdoc Angelia Vanderlaan will collaborate with Molly Lutcavage, director of the Large Pelagics Research Center at UMass, to design, conduct and analyze the first autonomous aerial vehicle surveys of Atlantic bluefin tuna to provide fishery-independent regional estimates of their numbers.
Vox
Oct. 3, 2014
Jim Gardner is quoted in this article about undiscovered seamounts.
Discover Magazine D-brief Blog
Sep. 23, 2014
An image generated with data collected by CCOM/JHC accompanies this article about the Okeanos Explorer's mission off the coast of New England in the Atlantic Ocean where they are gathering data about deep-sea canyons and mountain ranges.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sep. 18, 2014
Ocean Discovery Day brings research from UNH’s School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering to life with hands-on fun and education for families and would-be ocean scientists 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. 
The Maritime Executive
Sep. 15, 2014
The Whale Alert app is now available to mariners and the public on the U.S. West Coast to use with an iPad or iPhone to help decrease the risk of injury or death to whales from ship strikes.
Edhat Santa Barbara
Sep. 11, 2014
Updated "Whale Alert" iPad, iPhone app invites public to contribute to protection of West Coast whales.
The Commerce Blog
Sep. 11, 2014
Whale Alert, a free mobile application originally developed in 2012 to help protect endangered right whales on the East Coast, has been updated with new features to provide mariners in the Pacific with the most current information available about whale movements and conservation initiatives. 
University Herald
Sep. 9, 2014
University of New Hampshire scientists have discovered a new seamount near the Johnson Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The summit of the seamount rises 1,100 meters from the 5,100-meter-deep ocean floor.
Economic Times
Sep. 7, 2014
Scientists, at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), on a seafloor mapping mission found a new seamount near the Johnson Atoll in the Pacific.
Headlines & Global News
Sep. 5, 2014
Researchers on a seafloor mapping mission discovered a new seamount near the Johnson Atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
Tech Times
Sep. 5, 2014
Scientists from the University of New Hampshire recently discovered a seamount that could be the remains of an ancient extinct underwater volcano.
ScienceWorldReport
Sep. 4, 2014
Scientists may have just found a new mountain beneath the waves of the Pacific Ocean. During a seafloor mapping mission, they found a new seamount near the Johnson Atoll rising 1,100 meters from the 5,100-meter-deep seafloor.
physorg.com
Sep. 4, 2014
University of New Hampshire scientists on a seafloor mapping mission have discovered a new seamount near the Johnson Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The summit of the seamount rises 1,100 meters from the 5,100-meter-deep ocean floor.
livescience.com
Sep. 3, 2014
A slide show of images from the research cruise aboard the research vessel Kilo Moana when Center researchers discovered a new seamount on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. 
livescience.com
Sep. 3, 2014
Lurking some 3.2 miles (5.1 kilometers) beneath the Pacific Ocean, a massive mountain rises up from the seafloor, say scientists who discovered the seamount using sonar technology.
newswise.com
Sep. 2, 2014
University of New Hampshire scientists on a seafloor mapping mission have discovered a new seamount near the Johnson Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The summit of the seamount rises 1,100 meters from the 5,100-meter-deep ocean floor.
Nature
Aug. 27, 2014
Larry Mayer is quoted in an article about the role of government scientific advisors.

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