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UNH Today
May. 30, 2019
UNH is launching a new center that will focus on the science of sound.
Daily Beast
May. 30, 2019
A global competition sponsored by Shell, the Ocean Discovery XPRIZE, might change our understanding of Earth’s final frontier. The competition will dole out $7 million on Friday to the team producing the best technology for rapid, unmanned, and bathymetric—the measurement of the depth of water—exploration.
Arctic Today
May. 30, 2019
Larry Mayer lends his Law of the Sea expertise to this article about Canada's extended continental shelf submission.
9&10 News
May. 22, 2019
Ocean Exploration Trust and CCOM teamed up with the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary to help map parts of the bottom of Lake Huron that have never been scanned. B.E.N. can do that while this team watches from ashore.
Alpena News
May. 18, 2019
Inside the hunt for new shipwrecks and discoveries on Lake Huron’s floors with ASV BEN.
Iosco County News-Herald
May. 14, 2019
Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary is collaborating with CCOM and Ocean Exploration Trust to map unexplored areas of northern Lake Huron using CCOM's ASV BEN to map unexplored, expanded sanctuary areas with a goal of discovering new shipwrecks and identifying shipwreck locations.
Seacoast Online
May. 9, 2019
CCOM is one of five internationally renowned ocean science institutions chosen by the NOAA to explore an estimated 3 billion acres of U.S. ocean territory over the next five years as part of the new Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute.
Workboat
May. 9, 2019
Construction officially began yesterday in Houma, LA on the 199' research vessel Resolution that will be operated by the East Coast Oceanographic Consortium (ECOC). Resolution will be the second in a series of RCRVs funded by the National Science Foundation.
Concord Monitor
May. 7, 2019
CCOM is one of five ocean science institutions chosen by NOAA to explore an estimated three billion acres of U.S. ocean territory over the next five years as part of the new Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute.
Foster's Daily Democrat
May. 7, 2019
CCOM is one of five internationally renowned ocean science institutions chosen by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration over the next five years to explore an estimated 3 billion acres of U.S. ocean territory as part of the new Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute.
NHPR
May. 7, 2019
CCOM will join a new consortium of research institutions to explore three billion acres of U.S. ocean. CCOM will focus primarily on ocean mapping and data visualization.
Wired
May. 6, 2019
Larry Mayer is heading out this week to join the E/V Nautilus in an expedition to map seafloor formations near the Channel Islands off the Southern California coast.
Alpena News
May. 4, 2019
Researchers from NOAA, The Ocean Exploration Trust, and CCOM will collaborate to map portions of Lake Huron in Presque Isle County using an ASV equipped with multi-beam sonar. The mission will focus on mapping unexplored areas of the expanded Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, with the goal of discovering new shipwrecks and identifying shipwreck locations to support ongoing exploration and management, according to a news release from NOAA.
UNH Global News
Apr. 16, 2019
Tomer Ketter talks about what he's been up to in the ocean mapping world, along with some memorable moments from his time in the GEBCO program.
Union Leader
Apr. 5, 2019
Forty-seven middle and high school teams hoped to qualify for the national SeaPerch competition at the UNH on Friday.
SPARK
Mar. 22, 2019
GEBCO alumni participated in ExxonMobil's XPRIZE competition.
Directions Magazine
Mar. 11, 2019
An MOU was signed between The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project and the Five Deeps Expedition, laying the groundwork for previously unexplored areas of the seafloor to be mapped and the resulting data made available for public use, creating significant opportunities for graduates of CCOM's GEBCO training program.
The Maritime Executive
Mar. 11, 2019
An MOU was signed between The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project and the Five Deeps Expedition, laying the groundwork for previously unexplored areas of the seafloor to be mapped and the resulting data made available for public use, creating significant opportunities for graduates of CCOM's GEBCO training program.
UNH Today
Feb. 19, 2019
Andy Armstrong, JHC's NOAA co-director, will be inducted into the Hydrographer Hall of Fame of The Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA).
GoLocalProv News
Feb. 14, 2019
CCOM is part the East Coast Oceanographic Consortium which was chosen by the NSF to operate a new state-of-the-art research vessel. The ship has been named the R/V Resolution and will be launched in 2021.  
UNH Today
Jan. 16, 2019
CCOM researchers Colin Ware and Jenn Dijkstra have developed a novel method for analyzing the amount of refuge in seaweeds where small aquatic creatures can hide from larger predators.
New Hampshire Business Review
Jan. 10, 2019
Larry Mayer, UNH ocean mapping pioneer, receives international recognition.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Dec. 14, 2018
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has elected ocean mapping pioneer Larry Mayer, director of the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at the University of New Hampshire, as a foreign member. Mayer is among 175 foreign members of the academy, best known for selecting the Nobel Prize winners Congratulations Larry!
Union Leader
Dec. 13, 2018
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has elected the director of UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping Larry Mayer as a foreign member.
UNH Today
Dec. 13, 2018
Larry Mayer elected foreign member of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

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