• Boy explains climate change poster to parents.

    Students become the teachers

    Fifth-grade students from Oyster River Middle School spoke to parents, residents and municipal officials about a complicated topic: climate change.

  • Woman receives award and man speaks to audience.

    The many faces of adaptation

    The 2016 N.H. Climate Summit provided a thorough look at community resilience efforts in the Granite State.

  • People install dune fencing in sand.

    Restoring dunes and hope

    The UNH Coastal Habitat Restoration Team is working with five communities in Mass. and N.H. to restore dunes and improve coastal resiliency to sea-level rise and storm surge.

  • Two horseshoe crabs near grassy shoreline.

    Spawning season

    New research funded in part by N.H. Sea Grant indicates that horseshoe crab spawning activity in Great Bay is influenced by water temperature, not lunar cycle as was commonly thought.

  • 28 new UNH Marine Docents gather around a cake.

    The newest faces of marine literacy

    After nine months of training, 28 new Docents-In-Training "swam up" to become full-fledged UNH Marine Docents last week. Congratulations!

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