• 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!

  • Man shows woman and young boys a water sample.

    A new leader for Sea Grant

    NOAA has announced that Jonathan Pennock, the director for N.H. Sea Grant, will be the new leader for the National Sea Grant Program starting this summer. Congratulations, Jon!

  • Seaweed floats near water surface by rocks.

    Seaweed for the win

    Can seaweed save the world? NHSG/UNHCE commercial fisheries specialist Gabby Bradt thinks it can, and she explained why in a recent seminar.

  • Male scientist looks at beakers in lab.

    Looking back, moving forward

    A look back through N.H. Sea Grant's history reveals support for endeavors that continue today: aquaculture, the UNH Marine Docent Program and the UNH Ocean Projects course.

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