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E.g., 2014-09-19
E.g., 2014-09-19
E.g., 2014-09-19
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.
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.
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. 
Nature
Aug. 27, 2014
Larry Mayer is quoted in an article about the role of government scientific advisors.
Hydro International
Aug. 25, 2014
On 13 August 2014, University of New Hampshire (UNH) Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC) scientists aboard the R/V Kilo Moana, discovered a new seamount in the Pacific Ocean using a 12kHz multibeam echosounder.
Hydro International
Aug. 25, 2014
On 13 August 2014, University of New Hampshire (UNH) Joint Hydrographic Centre (JHC) scientists aboard the R/V Kilo Moana, discovered a new seamount in the Pacific Ocean using a 12kHz multibeam echosounder. 
oceanexplorer.noaa.gov
Aug. 20, 2014
On August 13, mapping efforts by the University of New Hampshire Joint Hydrographic Center in an area of the Pacific Ocean led to the discovery of a new seamount.
OE Digital
Jul. 23, 2014
The Center is a co-sponsor of the AUV Hydrographic Bootcamp which will take place 3-8 August 2014 at the UNH's Judd Gregg Marine Science Complex in New Castle, NH. The workshop will focus on developing new methods of AUV operations, data collection, processing, and display.
Oceanbites
Jun. 19, 2014
URI graduate assistant Sarah Fuller has written an article for Oceanbites about CCOM's efforts to quantify methane bubbles in the water column.
WCSH6 Portland
Jun. 18, 2014
Habitat Research Specialist Jenn Dijkstra talks about a particularly troubling interloper with the scientific name Tunicates and the seemingly harmless nickname Sea Squirts.
livescience.com
Jun. 4, 2014
Warner Brothers has licensed a CCOM image of the Mariana Trench for the movie Godzilla.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Jun. 3, 2014
An image of the Mariana Trench that Jim Gardner generated from data collected during a 2010 research cruise appears in the summer blockbuster Godzilla.
Dredging News Online
May. 19, 2014
Per an agreement between the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and the State of New Hampshire, the Center, together with the NH Dept. of Environmental Services and the NH Geological Survey, will conduct research that will assist coastal communities in recovering from future devastating storms such as Hurricane Sandy.
NPR
May. 5, 2014
Associate Research Professor Brian Calder is quoted in this NPR piece about the cost of research at universities.
ABC News
Apr. 17, 2014
ABC News uses graphics prepared by Rochelle Wigley and Larry Mayer to demonstrate the search area for missing Malaysian jetliner.
Huffington Post
Mar. 29, 2014
Rochelle Wigley, director of the Indian Ocean Mapping Project, describes the ocean floor in the new search area for the missing Malaysian jetliner.
Japan Times
Mar. 29, 2014
Rochelle Wigley, director of the Indian Ocean Mapping Project, describes the ocean floor in the new search area for the missing Malaysian jetliner.
Boston Globe
Mar. 29, 2014
Indian Ocean Mapping Project director Rochelle Wigley describes the ocean floor in the new search area for the missing Malaysian jetliner.
NPR
Mar. 29, 2014
Rochelle Wigley, director of the Indian Ocean Mapping Project, describes the ocean floor in the new search area for the missing Malaysian jetliner.
UNH Campus Journal
Mar. 12, 2014
Lee Alexander, research affiliate professor at the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, is the winner of the 2014 Lloyd's List Awards for Maritime Services.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Mar. 2, 2014
At the next Portsmouth Science Café, on March 5th, UNH professors Larry Mayer and Diane Foster lead a discussion on sea changes—from ocean mapping in the Artic to beaches in a changing environment.
Seacoast Online
Feb. 28, 2014
At the next Portsmouth Science Café, on March 5th, UNH professors Larry Mayer and Diane Foster lead a discussion on sea changes—from ocean mapping in the Artic to beaches in a changing environment.
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”

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